‘Suffering and Hardship Belong to Me’: A Voice From a Chinese Prison
The rights advocate Xu Zhiyong tells of absurd interrogations, unexpected joys and his road to becoming “a determined revolutionary.”
The New York Times
"In a post-totalitarian society, ideology is dead. There is no more class hatred. Beating people is just a job, a role to play." A Chinese dissident described his imprisonment.
I met Xu Zhiyong back around 2003. Shocking to think of what he's been through in the years since then.
Chris Buckley 储百亮
"In the first month at Liulin Prison, the labor was weeding and turning up the soil...They wouldn’t allow anything to grow freely, including weeds."
‘Suffering and Hardship Belong to Me’: Chinese Dissident Recounts Prison Years
Sui-Lee Wee 黄瑞黎
“I’m back, China.” Glad
wrote this up.
Paul Mooney 慕亦仁
‘Suffering and Hardship Belong to Me’: Chinese Dissident Recounts Prison Years - By Amy Chin / The New York Times