Chen Guangcheng Pop Art Goes Viral

Police officer between images of blind Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng at protest, Hong Kong, May 4, 2012.
Police officer between images of blind Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng at protest, Hong Kong, May 4, 2012.
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by: Feeling
May 07, 2012 8:56 AM
Chinese people hope the human right, but we also don't like USA interfere with Chinese human right problem. We can resolve the human right problem by ourselves.

by: Feeling
May 07, 2012 8:48 AM
Why does USA always interfere with Chinese affairs? Chen is a Chinese,not an American.

by: Qiu
May 07, 2012 12:18 AM
I wonder how do Patric and Imiyan want to support Chen, I just cannot understand.

We have so many much more inportant things to do rather than listen to a so-called human right activist. Apart from himself, does he stand for anyone's right in China? Farmers, students, workers, officials or merchants?

by: imiyan
May 06, 2012 4:18 AM
Sincerely hope Amerian society, the US government and warm-hearted communities could pay more attention to Chen guangcheng's event. To help him get out of China as soon as possible, even Clinton had left China It is about a human right fighter's fate. The world would be glad to see a good ending of a story about a human right fighter, espercially the one who has evoke international reaction. Personally, i rearlly wonder how long it will take to his successfully applying to study abroad.

by: patric
May 05, 2012 10:58 PM
good

by: Famous Human Rights Fighter Mr. CGC
May 05, 2012 10:32 PM
This matter not only relates the famous human rights fighter Mr. CGC, also relates to 1.3 billion Chinese people 's human rights and the desire. Once they took over the China. The Manchu wore the single tail hair with shaved foreheads. Their followers were subsequently called "Mandarin". Cruelty Mandarin System practice human rights abuse, threatening violence and brutality against him and his wife and ... of justice that he has been imprisoned, beaten and tortured for.

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