LONDON - When blind Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng was jailed in 2006, he discovered his fellow inmates spent their days churning out thousands of Christmas lights to be exported to the West. Chen, who lost his sight as a child after...Show More Summary
Brian De Palma (Credit: Slashfilm) Brian De Palma is headed to China to direct the action thriller Lights Out. The film tells a story of a blind Chinese girl inadvertently caught in a plot to expose a top-secret assassination program. Arclight Films and Huace Media Group recently introduced their joint venture Aurora [...]
Brian De Palma (Credit: The Hollywood Reporter) Brian De Palma is headed to China to direct the action thriller Lights Out. The film tells a story of a blind Chinese girl inadvertently caught in a plot to expose a top-secret assassination program. Arclight Films and Huace Media Group recently introduced their joint venture [...]
Brian De Palma (Mission: Impossible, Scarface, Carrie) has signed on to helm Lights Out – the first project run through Arclight and Hauce Films’ joint venture, Aurora Alliance Films. The film tells the story of a blind Chinese girl unwittingly caught up in a plot to expose a top secret assassination program. Show More Summary
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In a recent Congressional hearing, blind Chinese activist and attorney Chen Guangcheng said that in the 35-years since China’s brutal one-child policy hundreds of millions of babies have been killed. In 2005, Chen came to prominence after he began to investigate reports of forced abortions and sterilizations in villages in eastern China. Now Chen is […]
Blind Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng has a new book detailing his extraordinary life and daring escape from house arrest. CRT's Josh Chin catches up with "barefoot lawyer" to discuss his story.
A book by Chen Guangchen, the blind Chinese dissident who escaped from house arrest and managed to leave China with the help of the US, directly contradicts Hillary Clinton's account in which she credits her actions for facilitating his escape.
The Chinese Communist Party, which has maintained its rule over the people of China for over 60 years, is more dangerous than terrorist groups such as ISIS, well-known blind Chinese human rights activist Chen Guangcheng implied on Thursday.
by LifeSiteNews staff October 18, 2013 (PNCIUS.org) - Chen Guangchen, blind Chinese human rights lawyer and advocate for women forcibly aborted by enforcement of China's one-child population control policy, spoke at Princeton University yesterday where he called for assistance to end "China's evil one-child…
Yesterday, as American leaker Edward Snowden made his headline-grabbing flight from Hong Kong to Moscow, the blind Chinese dissident Chen Guangcheng left New York to spend time in Taiwan.
not an iPad Reuters has an interesting story on Chinese dissident/activist Chen Guangcheng who is at NYU on a Fellowship. Apparantly he was given an iPhone and an iPad with tracking and spying software aboard. The devices were screened by NYU technicians within a few days and were found to have been loaded with hidden spying […]
One of the lawyers brought in by New York University to assist blind Chinese dissident Chen Guangcheng's transition to life in the U.S. on Wednesday rejected Mr. Chen's recent claims that the Chinese government played any role in his imminent departure from the campus.
Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng's upcoming departure from NYU has created a lot of debate over the Chinese government's influence in America's higher education, and with good reason. But there's another factor in the news that ChenShow More Summary
After his James Bond-like escape from house arrest with a broken foot in the dark last spring, blind Chinese lawyer Chen Guangcheng slipped to the U.S. embassy in Beijing -- and special arrangements took him to asylum at NYU Law School. And now Chen is being asked to leave NYU.
Reuters Controversy continues to swirl around Chen Guangcheng. The blind Chinese activist said over the weekend that he was being forced out of New York University after the school faced “unrelenting pressure” from Chinese authorities in connection with its planned campus in Shanghai. Show More Summary
The odyssey of Chen Guangcheng, the blind Chinese lawyer and activist, has taken an unhappy turn. A year after his escape from unlawful house arrest in a village in Shandong Province, Chen says New York University has asked him and his family to leave the campus because of pressure from the Chinese government—a charge that N.Y.U. Show More Summary
New York University has been accused of asking blind Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng and his family to leave after facing pressure from the Chinese government. Activist Chen Guangcheng made international headlines after successfully making a daring flight from house arrest in China last year. Show More Summary
This morning, the New York Post published a story arguing that New York University was "booting" blind Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng from the university after pressure from the Chinese government. The paper speculates that NYU's plans for a Shanghai campus were behind the decision. Show More Summary