Liu Xiaobo Embodied Hope For China’s Democracy. Now He’s Sick.
Steven Lee Myers And Austin Ramzy, THE NEW YORK TIMES
In the fall of 2008, dozens of activists secretly worked to produce a political manifesto. It was only 3,554 Chinese characters long, but it listed a series of demands on China’s leaders to make the country a liberal democracy. Less than a decade later, one of the main authors, the Nobel Peace Prize winner Liu Xiaobo, is confined in a hospital, released from prison though not from custody, to be treated for what his lawyers described as an advanced case of liver …read more
Source: Victims of Communism