Please rescue Wang Bingzhang, for he is the pioneer and the leader of China’s democratic movement. Please rescue Wang Bingzhang, because while his fate is shared by numerous democracy activists; his freedom would also pave the way for more Chinese people’s freedom.
Dr. Wang BingZhang articles on Democracy Chronicles
On June 27, 2002, Dr. Wang BingZhang traveled to Vietnam to meet Chinese labour activists. Together with his two traveling companions, they disappeared. He and his companions were kidnapped from Vietnam and forced into China by boat. Pro-democracy activist Dr. Wang BingZhang continues to languish in a Chinese prison serving a life sentence in solitary confinement. Also check out our section on Political Dissidents or our articles on China.
Imprisoned Wang BingZhang was once a dissident China lawyer threatened with losing license for daring to represent the jailed activist’s desperate needs
On February 2003, Dr. Wang Bingzhang was given a one-day trial held behind closed doors, during which he was not allowed to speak, no evidence was presented, and no witnesses were called. He was convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment
Dr. Wang BingZhang’s family pen New York Times call for deeper China reform in fast-changing giant
Dr. Wang BingZhang in danger but jailed China dissident’s daughter seeks international assistance
Wang Bingzhang is a free-speaking, God-fearing believer in democracy—and for that he is being jailed. The political dissident has been in solitary confinement in a southern Chinese prison for the past eleven years.
Dr. Wang BingZhang: ‘The road ahead will be thorny and arduous, but it will be the road to light and hope.’
Kidnapped by Chinese government in Vietnam and subsequently sentenced to life in prison without a real trial, Dr. Wang BingZhang is a dissident
While China’s newest internet crackdown policy has made news recently, pro-democracy activist Dr. Wang BingZhang continues to languish in a Chinese prison
China dictatorship continues to use massive jail system for democracy activists, minorities: China jails hold Tibetan, Uighur, Falun Gong and any dissident