A partial list of disappeared individuals under the Chinese regime (25 June 2011)

Hundredsof people have been detained, arrested, or ‘disappeared’ by the Chinese regimesince February. The list also includes Tibetan, Uighur and Chinese prisoners ofconscience whose situation has worsened in the recent crackdown.

 

 

Buddhaབུདྷ། 

ChangJingqiang (常景强)

ChenGuangcheng (陈光诚)

ChenWei (陈卫)

ChengLi ( )

DhondupWangchen དོན་འགྲུབ་དབང་ཆེན། )

Dhonko(སྒྲོན་གོ)

DingMao ( )

DongJiqin (董继勤)

GaoZhisheng (高智晟)

GedhunChoekyi Nyima

GheyretNiyaz

GulmireImin

GuoQuan (郭泉)

Hada(哈达)

HuDi (胡荻)

HuJia 胡嘉)

HuMingjun (胡明君)

HuaChunhui (华春辉)

JiangCunde (蔣存德)

JiangYaqun (姜亚群)

KanSiyun ( 思云)

KelsangJinpa ( ལྐལ་བཟང་སྦྱིན་པ། )

KirtiKyab ཀི་རྟི་སྐྱབས། )

KongYouping  (孔佑平)

KunchokTsepal ད་ཀོན་མཆོག་ཚེ་འཕེལ། )

KungaTseyang ཀུན་དགའ་ཚེ་རིང་། ༼གངས་ཉི།༽

LanRuoyu (蓝若宇)

LiRenyu ( 仁玉)

LiShuangde (李双德)

LiXiaocheng (李小成)

 Li Yujun (李玉君)

LiZhixue (李志学)

LiangBo (梁波)

LiangHaiyi (梁海怡)

LiuShihui (刘士辉)

LiuXia (刘霞)

LiuXianbin (刘贤斌)

LiuXiaobo (刘晓波)

LiuZhengqing (刘正清)

MehbubeAblesh

MemetjanAbdulla:

MiaoDeshun (苗德顺)

MigmarDhondup མིག་དམར་དོན་འགྲུབ། )

NiYulan (倪玉兰)

NurmemetYasin

PengTianhui ( 天惠)

QinYongmin (秦永敏)

QuanLianzhao ( 连昭)

RanYunfei (冉云飞)

ShiTao (师涛)

SunDesheng ( 德胜)

SunXiaodi (孙小弟)

TanJingling(唐荆陵)

TanZhuoren(谭作人)

TashiRapten བཀྲ་ཤིས་རབ་བརྟན།

Uiles

WangBingzhang (王炳章)

WangLihong ( 荔蕻)

WangYi (王译)

Wangdu  དབང་འདུས།  )

WeiShuishan ( 水山)

XieFuling (谢福林)

Xinna(新娜)

XuWanping (许万平)

XuYishun (徐义顺)

XueMingkai ( 明凯)

YangMaodong (杨茂东)

YangPu (杨璞)

YangQiuyu ( 秋雨)

YangTianshui (杨天水)

YesheChoedon ཡེ་ཤེས་ཆོས་སྒྲོན། )

YuanWeijing (袁伟静)

YuanXinting (袁新亭)

ZengRenguang (曾仁广)

ZhangHaibo (张海波),

ZhengYichun (郑贻春)

ZhuGengsheng (朱更生)

ZhuYufu ( 虞夫)

ZouGuilan (邹桂兰)

Around300 Kirti monks and 100 students, herders and ordinary residents in InnerMongolia have been detained, arrested, or ‘disappeared’

 

Updated information: http://chrdnet.org/https://blogs.amnesty.org.uk/blogs.asp?bid=51

 

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