Monthly Archives: November 2012

‘A China we can be proud of …’

Exiled freelance writer Li Jianhong (pen-name ‘Xiao Qiao’) longs to return home. As a new generation of leaders take charge of China’s Communist Party she is not optimistic for change. I used to expose government corruption as a journalist in … Continue reading

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WIRE – Passionate about human rights

In WIRE November/December, find out how a grassroots idea became a global force for change. Join in the world’s largest human rights event – Write for Rights 2012 – from 7-16 December. Meet the people we’re taking action for this … Continue reading

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