House arrest restrictions eased on prominent Chinese rights – Update on Jinyan

From AOL

BEIJING, Feb. 21 (Kyodo) – One of China’s most prominent civil rights activists — who has been under close house arrest since late December — said Thursday the restrictions on her movements have eased slightly, but she is still a prisoner in her own home.

Zeng Jinyan told Kyodo News she has been able to visit her husband at a detention center — fellow rights activist Hu Jia who was arrested at the same time on charges of inciting subversion — and she is now allowed to make phone calls on her mobile phone.

But she said it is still difficult for her to go out and she is barred from using the Internet. [continues…]

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One response to “House arrest restrictions eased on prominent Chinese rights – Update on Jinyan

  1. Pingback: Civic China » Short update on Hu & Zeng

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