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Notes on China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and beyond…
May 16 '13
“On April 29, 1968, a young Chinese dissident named Lin Zhao was secretly executed by firing squad. In 2013, on the 45th anniversary of her execution, her name resurfaced in the public sphere, as news broke that police had prevented people paying tribute to her at her grave.”
For the full story, see Ashley Sun, “Lin Zhao’s Ghost Still Haunting China, Online and Off" at Tea Leaf Nation (16 May 2013)

On April 29, 1968, a young Chinese dissident named Lin Zhao was secretly executed by firing squad. In 2013, on the 45th anniversary of her execution, her name resurfaced in the public sphere, as news broke that police had prevented people paying tribute to her at her grave.”

For the full story, see Ashley Sun, “Lin Zhao’s Ghost Still Haunting China, Online and Off" at Tea Leaf Nation (16 May 2013)

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