A Letter from Detained Labour Activist Wu Guijun's Wife Exposes China's Hypocrisy
On March 13, 2019, detained Chinese labour activist Wu Guijun’s wife, Zhou Yuzhi, takes a swipe at government officials by posting a handwritten letter on WeChat, reiterating that her husband’s arrest is a violation of basic labour rights and civil rights.
Unceasing Suppression on Labour Movement: Crackdowns on Labour Rights Activists in China Since 2015
Since 2015, labour movement in China has entered a harsh winter. This article summarizes the suppressions on labour struggles since December 2015 for a better understanding of the situation on China’s labour movement in recent years.
Guilty as a striker?<br>Longer than 120 days of arbitrary detention for defending workers' rights: Wu Guijun
On the eve of Mid-Autumn Festival (17 September 2013), an academic Wang Songjiang wrote at his mini-blog, “tomorrow will be Mid-Autumn Festival, it is also the 121th day since Wu Guijun, a worker from Diweixin Product Factory of Shenzhen city has lost his freedom. Wu was elected by workers to negotiate with the employer and was detained by the police on 23 May.