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Wednesday, March 29, 2006 

Don't forget...

Even though Hu Jia has been released, there are still people who are being detained without charges.

Of the known cases:
Independent docuemtary filmaker and blogger Hao Wu has been held detained for 35 days now without charges and legal representation.
See Free Hao Wu for ongoing news update on Hao Wu's situation.


Strait Times chief correspondent in China, Ching Cheong, who has been detained without charges for over 300 days.
Saving Ching Cheong (in Chinese) has more news on the latest public effort to call for Ching's release.

There are possibly more people who have been detained. But we just don't know because they are not well publicized.

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