Top Human Rights Lawyer Lauds “My Two Chinas”

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Another powerful quote for “My Two Chinas: The Memoir of a Chinese Revolutionary.”

This is my latest book co-written with noted Chinese dissident, Tang Baiqiao.

Prometheus Books will release “My Two Chinas” in hardcover (and e-book) in March, 2011.

You can download the publisher’s press release as a PDF by clicking here.

For a copy of the press release in Chinese, click here.

For a copy of the press release in French, click here.

For a copy of the press release in Dutch, click here.

To see a list of Advance Endorsements, click here.

 “Good versus evil. A fractured nation. A family torn apart. The banished hero continues to fight from exile. This book carries all the hallmarks of myth, and yet it really happened. Tang Baiqiao has torn back the veil. Let the world take a good long look. Here is a true story of Tiananmen Square.”

– Thomas Guo Guoting, leading human rights attorney, law professor, author.

Award-winning Chinese human rights lawyer, Guo Guoting, practiced law for over 20 years in Shanghai. But in 2003, Guo turned his practice toward defending journalists, cyber-dissidents, fellow civil rights lawyers, and Falun Gong practitioners. The Chinese Communist government reacted strongly. In 2005, it revoked Guo’s license, placed him under house arrest, and launched a criminal investigation into his affairs. Thanks to appeal by the international human rights community, Guo was released from captivity and safely arrived in Canada in Mayof  2005. He now lives in British Columbia where he writes articles for the international press, edits and translates same, and serves as visiting legal professor at many fine universities.

 

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