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Friday, March 24, 2006 


"It's a classic Chinese riddle: How did a man vanish without a trace from his fourth-floor apartment while he was under surveillance by security agents who guarded his door and watched his every move?" --- the Globe and Mail writes.

The man's name is Hu Jia, a well-known AIDS and environment activist in China. He has disappeared for 37 days by now. His wife has been writing a blog, documenting the search for Hu Jia and the campaign to free her husband.

Feng37 has translated a few of her blog entries into English. (See The Press Conference for instance.)

This is what happened on Day 36 of Hu Jia's disppearance:
"That police officer, the one who went along with the officer who said he knew nothing of the disapearance, again says to me, "don't bother looking for Hu Jia anymore". What's that supposed to mean?"


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