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China: CWI’s Zhang Shujie spoke at hearing in Sweden’s parliament

China: CWI’s Zhang Shujie spoke at hearing in Sweden’s parliament

How the security police operate CWI reporters in Stockholm “I was warned that I could get several years in prison for ‘contact with a banned organization’ and for ‘crimes related to national security.’ Zhang Shujie, a socialist from China, gave witness at a hearing at the Swedish parliament on Thursday. […]

‘Long Hair’ to attend Stockholm hearing on state repression in China

‘Long Hair’ to attend Stockholm hearing on state repression in China

LSD legislator from Hong Kong to speak in support of young socialist Zhang Shujie, forced to flee China chinaworker.info Hong Kong legislator ‘Long Hair’ Leung Kwok-hung is in Sweden to attend a seminar in the Riksdag (parliament) on state repression in China. The seminar on Thursday 26 January is hosted […]

CWI’s Zhang Shujie forced to flee China

CWI’s Zhang Shujie forced to flee China

Repression against left activists increasing in China By CWI reporters The ongoing and intensifying state crackdown in China, increasingly targeting left activists and critics, is highlighted by the case of 24-year old Zhang Shujie, a supporter of the Committee for a Workers’ International (CWI). Zhang is a socialist and advocate […]

China’s rulers shaken by youthful protests in Inner Mongolia

China’s rulers shaken by youthful protests in Inner Mongolia

Thousands of farmers and students join protest marches in at least six cities Vincent Kolo, chinaworker.info At the time of writing it seems China’s rulers have succeeded in quelling a daring weeklong wave of street protests in Inner Mongolia. This has been achieved by imposing martial law in the region, […]

China: Lessons of 1989 mass democracy movement

The mass protests represented a revolutionary threat to CCP rule.

New foreword to the traditional Chinese edition of ‘Tiananmen 1989 – Seven Weeks That Shook The World’ Dikang, Socialist Action (CWI Hong Kong) This book about the bloody Beijing massacre of June 4, 1989, was first published in simplified Chinese* in 2009 on the occasion of the 20th anniversary. It […]