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“The move would not bring down the number of people executed because it targets crimes that have rarely, if ever, had capital punishment applied to them, said Joshua Rosenzweig, research manager for the U.S.-based human rights group Dui Hua Foundation.”
“Joshua Rosenzweig is with the Dui Hua Foundation, which monitors political prisoners in China.”
“Spooked by revolts in the Arab world and convinced the Internet lends dissident voices too much space, China's ruling Communist Party appears determined to restrict free speech even further, says Joshua Rosenzweig, a researcher in Hong Kong for the Dui Hua Foundation, a group that lobbies for China's political prisoners.”
“This was one of the first cases that involved an allegedly anti-government group organizing around the Internet, said Joshua Rosenzweig, research manager for the U.S.-based human rights group Dui Hua Foundation.”
“What can we point to that is a concrete outcome of this process? asked Joshua Rosenzweig, a researcher in Hong Kong for the Dui Hua Foundation, which lobbies for China's political prisoners.”
“If they are willing to go this far with someone like him, then all bets are off," said Joshua Rosenzweig , who heads the Hong Kong office of the Dui Hua Foundation, a human-rights organization.”
“That seems the most likely explanation for why no notice has been given," said Joshua Rosenzweig of the Dui Hua foundation, which supports political prisoners.”
“Keenly interested in simplified spelling, he shortened his first name to Melvil as a young adult, dropped his middle names and, for a short time, even spelled his last name as Dui.”
“Wang started as an investigative journalist at CCTV, exposing corrupt officials not deemed untouchable by the censors, then distinguished herself when she joined a new talk show in 2000 called "Dialogue" ( "Dui Hua").”
“In that year, two versions of the Daode Jing were unearthed in a Mawang Dui tomb site.”
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