After Leaving U.S. Custody, What’s Next for Chen Guangcheng?
After Chen Guangchen left the U.S. Embassy in Beijing Wednesday, the Chinese dissident later said he left the diplomatic sanctuary under duress. Jeffrey Brown, Xiao Qiang of The China Digital Times and The New Yorker‘s Evan Osnos discuss the blind activist’s unclear fate and how his saga has affected U.S.-China relations.
- Chen Guangcheng leaves U.S. embassy in Beijing: But why? (shortformblog.com)
- Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng leaves U.S. Embassy after negotiations (pri.org)
- Chinese Dissident Leaves US Embassy After Six Days (eurasiareview.com)
- China activist Chen Guangcheng leaves U.S. embassy after wife reportedly threatened (theprovince.com)
- China scolds U.S. for harboring dissident Chen, demands apology (latimesblogs.latimes.com)
- Chinese Dissident Reportedly Hiding In U.S. Embassy (wnyc.org)
- AP: Chinese Dissident Says He Left Embassy Because Of Threats Against Family (thinkprogress.org)
- China activist Chen Guangcheng leaves US Embassy, will stay in China (mega949.com)
- China activist Chen Guangcheng leaves US Embassy, will stay in China (radio.woai.com)