Chinese Writer Moved From Detention Center to Prison
6/3/2010 11:10:32 AM
Politics, international, Jacket Copy, The Rumpus, Liu Xiaobo, China, writer, prison
The Los Angeles Times’ book blog Jacket Copy has an update on the imprisonment of Chinese writer Liu Xiaobo:
On Christmas Day last year, Chinese writer Liu Xiaobo was sentenced to 11 years in prison for his part in creating Charter 08, a document calling for greater freedoms and democratic reforms in China. On Tuesday, the international human rights and literary organization PEN announced that it has learned that Liu Xiaobo has been moved from a detention center in Beijing to Jinzhou Prison in Liaoning.
(Thanks, The Rumpus.)
Source: Jacket Copy
Image by waffler, licensed under Creative Commons.