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Unwavering Convictions

Gao Zhisheng's Ten-Year Torture and Faith in China's Future

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Gao Zhisheng was one of Beijing's most successful lawyers. Self-taught and brought up in poverty, he came to prominence through his defense of individuals persecuted by the Chinese government for their religion and practice of Falun Gong, before being detained, tortured, and imprisoned himself by the same regime. These pages are not an easy read, because they detail the regime's attempts to break one of the greatest spirits of our time. Despite this, Gao Zhisheng's unwavering convictions, profound beliefs, and commitment to humanity shine through.

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Unwavering Convictions: Gao Zhisheng's Ten-Year Torture and Faith in China's Future
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Unwavering Convictions

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Unwavering Convictions

Gao Zhisheng's Ten-Year Torture and Faith in China's Future

This edition was published in by Carolina Academic Press


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Gao Zhisheng was one of Beijing's most successful lawyers. Self-taught and brought up in poverty, he came to prominence through his defense of individuals persecuted by the Chinese government for their religion and practice of Falun Gong, before being detained, tortured, and imprisoned himself by the same regime. These pages are not an easy read, because they detail the regime's attempts to break one of the greatest spirits of our time. Despite this, Gao Zhisheng's unwavering convictions, profound beliefs, and commitment to humanity shine through.

Table of Contents

Translator's Note
Foreword
Introduction
Part I The Unnamed Hell: Abduction, Detention, and Torture
1. My First Abduction, November 2004
2. Abductions after August 15, 2006
3. The Abduction on February 3, 2009
4. The Abduction on September 25, 2009
5. My Abduction on April 8, 2010, and Subsequent Torture and Imprisonment
Part II The Named Hell: Imprisonment
Index

Contributors

Foreword
Edward McMillan-Scott
Translator
Stacy Mosher
Translator
Kevin Carrico
Translator
Paul Mooney
Translator
Robert Kawtz

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OL27267892M
ISBN 13
9781531004712

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