Human Rights Book Fair, New York.

Posted on December 3, 2009. Filed under: Books, Documentaries, Events, Human Rights | Tags: , , , |

Hello to all our New York supporters out there and any of our supporters that happen to be in New York. We have just returned from this event and you gotta get down there. Great event worth supporting. Hurry though – only a few hours left. Sorry we never posted advance notice.

Co-sponsored by Human Rights in China and the Leitner Center for International Law and Justice at Fordham Law School, the Human Rights Book Fair celebrates Chinese, Tibetan, Uyghur, and English-language writers and artists who are currently in prison, under threat, or whose works have been censored or banned in China.
The interactive, multi-media program includes readings, documentary screenings, multi-media presentations, and a panel discussion.
We are going back for a reception later on in the evening, so say hello if you bump into any of the team down there.

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Would you please send me a list of 100 books
(in English or Chinese title) banned by the
Chinese authorities. Thanks.

Dear Yuquan,
I’m sure there would be many books than 100 books banned by the Chinese government. While ascertaining exact books banned may be quite extensive to research, one can easily imagine that any book promoting democracy, free speech, anti-communist in nature or anything to do with Falun Gong would be on their hit list.


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