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Perry Link on the 'Iconoclast' Chinese Dissident Liu Xiaobo

Perry Link discusses his new anthology of essays and poems by Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo. more

Perry Link on the 'Iconoclast' Chinese Dissident Liu Xiaobo

Perry Link discusses his new anthology of essays and poems by Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo. more
In San Francisco on Jan. 26, Perry Link discusses the new book he edited, No Enemies, No Hatred: Selected Essays and Poems by Liu Xiaobo. (3 min., 52 sec.)
Liu Xiaobo and Democracy in China
Political change in China will be “from the bottom up,” according to China expert and UC Riverside Professor Perry Link. more
A portion of the cover of Liu Xiaobo's new book 'No Enemies, No Hatred.'

Interview: Perry Link, on the New Book From Chinese Dissident Liu Xiaobo [UPDATED]

Asia Blog speaks with one of the editors of 'No Enemies, No Hatred,' a collection of writings by Liu, the Chinese dissident and Nobel Peace Prize winner who helped author the 'Charter 08' pro-democracy manifesto. more

Aung San Suu Kyi Tops Asia Blog's Person of the Year 2011 Poll

Aung San Suu Kyi, Japanese rescue crews and Ai Weiwei at the top of Asia's Person of the Year 2011 poll. more
Real-life persons of the year? Rescue workers carry someone believed to be contaminated with radiation to a treatment center in Nihonmatsu city in Japan's Fukushima prefecture on Mar. 13, 2011. (Jiji Press/AFP/Getty Images)

Poll: Who is Asia's Person of the Year?

Ai Weiwei and India's Anna Hazare are two plausible contenders — and so are the Japanese rescue crews who risked everything in the radioactive ruins of Fukushima. more
Ai Weiwei, at Tompkins Square Park, New York, 1986

The Continued Trial of Ai Weiwei

The artist Ai Weiwei continues his struggle with the Chinese Communist Party more
The empty chair with a diploma and medal that should have been awarded to this year's Nobel Peace Prize winner Liu Xiaobo stands in Oslo City Hall on December 10, 2010. (Junge, Heiko/AFP/Getty Images)

An Empty Chair in Oslo

Peace Prize winner Liu Xiaobo’s empty chair shown around the world but not in China. more
Protesters from Hong Kong's Democratic Party and China Human Rights Lawyers Concern Group demonstrate for the release of jailed Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobao (pictured C) outside the China liaison offices in Hong Kong on October 11, 2010. (Mike Clarke/AFP/Getty Images)
Jailing the Messengers - China Stands Up
China's ham-handed response to Liu Xiaobo's Nobel Peace Prize has undercut its attempt to project “soft power” around the world. more
Protesters from Hong Kong's Democratic Party and China Human Rights Lawyers Concern Group demonstrate for the release of jailed Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobao (pictured C) outside the China liaison offices in Hong Kong on October 11, 2010. (Mike Clarke/AFP/Getty Images)

Beijing Reacts to Nobel Peace Prize Winner Liu Xiaobo

Nobel Prize award to jailed dissident Liu Xiaobo a "very bitter pill to swallow" for Beijing. more