(October 21, 2010) Speaking to The Economist, Probe International fellow Dai Qing says liberal change is coming to China’s press.
(October 21, 2010) A group of Chinese intellectuals, activists and dissidents celebrate Liu Xiaobo’s Nobel Peace Prize, but say more political reform is needed.
(October 15, 2010) Probe International has translated the introduction by Long Pingchuan, a Chinese writer, to Xie Chaoping’s controversial book, “The Great Relocation,” which details the struggles of migrants relocated to make way for the Sanmenxia dam.
(October 14, 2010) Dai Qing, one of China’s foremost writers, recently wrote in Radio Free Asia about a dinner held in honour of Xie Chaoping, the author of “The Great Relocation” who was detained in August at his Beijing home on charges of “illegal activities” and held until September 17 in a Shaanxi Province jail.
(October 13, 2010) Peter Lee, writing for Asia Times Online, provides a comprehensive look at the decades-long struggle of the Sanmenxia dam migrants and Xie Chaoping’s determination to bring the details of this struggle to the public.
(September 24, 2010) Xie Chaoping talks about his arrest and detention after the publication of his book, “The Great Relocation”, which detailed the story of the Sanmenxia Dam migrants.