There are mounting fears over the ultimate fate of the blind dissident Chen Guangcheng with no firm indication from Beijing that he will be allowed to leave China, reports David Eimer. Confined to a heavily-guarded hospital room, Chen Guangcheng is pondering what looks like an increasingly uncertain future.On Saturday Hillary Clinton departed Beijing leaving Mr Chen at the mercy of the Chinese authorities with whom Washington claims to have struck a deal that will allow the 40-year-old legal activist to leave China to take up a fellowship at New York University.
While blind human rights activist Chen Guangcheng reportedly begs to depart Beijing on Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's plane, U.S. officials described his dramatic journey to the U.S. Embassy last week as a "mission impossible"... Read Post
(Reuters) - The Chinese village that blind dissident Chen Guangcheng fled two weeks ago remained under lockdown on Friday as Chen, recovering in a Beijing hospital, worried about the fate of friends and family he left behind. Guards... Read Post