Pacific Affairs: Volume 88, No. 4 – December 2015

“Its documentary style of delivery—comprising extended interview notes and some reflective commentary—makes for captivating reading. (…)

Gert Holmgaard Nielsen, a journalist who has lived and worked in China for many years (and is fluent in Chinese), is masterful in the way he collects, arranges, and presents the material. (…)

“Its documentary style of delivery—comprising extended interview notes and some reflective commentary—makes for captivating reading. (…)

Gert Holmgaard Nielsen, a journalist who has lived and worked in China for many years (and is fluent in Chinese), is masterful in the way he collects, arranges, and presents the material. (…)

The insights this book offers into how human rights advocacy is practiced on the ground and on a daily basis in China are both profound and compelling.

(…) we should be very grateful to Nielsen and his subjects for telling them in such an attractive and accessible manner. To reach out and enlighten in this way can only help to build human rights bridges within China, and between China and the rest of the world."

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