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2021/8/30

The International Day of the Disappeared

https://www.facebook.com/131902590675056/posts/1124841481381157/?d=n

2021/3/19

Li Ming-Che 4rd anniversary

https://www.facebook.com/131902590675056/posts/1022566004942039/?d=n

2020/8/30

The International Day of the Disappeared

www.facebook.com/whereislee.org/posts/881762432355731

2020/6/11

A Letter from Li Ching-yu

https://www.facebook.com/whereislee.org/posts/824430944755547

2020/3/20

Li Ming-Che 3rd anniversary

https://www.facebook.com/whereislee.org/posts/766014027263906

2020/3/18

A Statement From Li Ching-yu

https://www.facebook.com/whereislee.org/posts/764568600741782

2019/11/28

356+1 Letters for Li Ming-Che

https://www.facebook.com/whereislee.org/posts/679902622541714

2019/3/19

Taiwan human rights groups send a letter to the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights on the second anniversary of Li Ming-che's arrest

https://www.facebook.com/whereislee.org

2019/2/6

Statement by Li Ching-yu, wife of Li Ming-che after attending President Trump's State of the Union Address

https://www.facebook.com/whereislee.org

2019/1/29

Statement by Li Ching-yu, wife of Li Ming-che in response to Chishan Prison's three-month suspension of visits to Li Ming-che

https://www.facebook.com/whereislee.org

2018/12/24

Li Ching-yu: "Let us continue to send letters to Li Ming-che"

https://www.facebook.com/whereislee.org

2017/11/28

Press conference held by Li Ching-yu upon her return to Taiwan after the sentencing

https://www.facebook.com/whereislee.org

2017/9/9

Pre-departure statement by Li Ching-yu

https://blog.whereislee.org/2017/09/157

2017/9/6

Statement by Li Ching-yu

https://blog.whereislee.org/2017/09/155

2017/6/14

Statement denouncing "the Chinese government hiring of a lawyer for Li Ming-che"

https://blog.whereislee.org/2017/06/152

2017/6/2

(Taiwan) NGO worker from Taiwan arrested for the crime of inciting subversion of state power

https://www.amnesty.tw/campaigns/2514

2017/6/1

Statement by Li Ching-yu, wife of Li Ming-che, on "Why am I not hiring a lawyer?"

https://blog.whereislee.org/2017/05/149

2017/5/31

Li Ching-yu asks the Taiwan government to present demands to China for a humanitarian visit by family members

https://blog.whereislee.org/2017/05/143

2017/5/23

Comments by Li Ching-yu, wife of Taiwan human rights worker Li Ming-che, during visit to the U.S.

https://blog.whereislee.org/2017/05/141

2017/5/19

"Arrogant China: Release Ming-che" Rally held by 26 domestic NGOs on the evening of May 19 at Liberty Square

https://www.facebook.com/FreeLiMingChe

2017/5/16

Press release by the Li Ming-che International Assistance Group

https://blog.whereislee.org/2017/05/138

2017/5/14

Pre-departure statement by the Li Ming-che International Assistance Group

https://blog.whereislee.org/2017/05/133

2017/4/12

Statement by Li Ching-yu, Wife of Li Ming-che, in Response to the Taiwan Affairs Office (TAO)

https://blog.whereislee.org/2017/04/120

2017/4/10

Letter to the People of Taiwan by Li Ching-yu, Wife of Li Ming-che

https://blog.whereislee.org/2017/04/117

2017/4/10

Statement by Li Ching-yu, Wife of Li Ming-che, at Taoyuan International Airport

https://blog.whereislee.org/2017/04/110

2017/4/9

Statement by Li Ching-yu, Wife of Li Ming-che, in Response to the TAO

https://blog.whereislee.org/2017/04/108

2017/4/4

Statement by Li Ching-yu, Wife of Li Ming-che

https://blog.whereislee.org/2017/04/100

2017/3/31

Press Release by Li Ching-yu

https://blog.whereislee.org/2017/03/91

2017/3/29

Statement by Li Ching-yu, Wife of Li Ming-che

https://blog.whereislee.org/2017/03/80

2017/3/24

Family Statement - Li Ching-yu, Wife of Li Ming-che

https://blog.whereislee.org/2017/03/25

International Organizations and NGOs

Taiwan Association for Human Rights

2019/9/23

Statement of the Rescuing Team of Mr. Li Ming-che: Calling on the PRC Government to grant Li Ming-che temporary absence for funeral attendance

https://www.tahr.org.tw/news/2442

2019/6/4

(Press Release) On the eve of the anniversary of the Tiananmen Incident, human rights groups call on the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva to demand that the Chinese government stop human rights atrocities and immediately release Li Ming-che

https://www.tahr.org.tw/news/2442

2019/1/29

(Press Release) Press conference responding to the visit rejection from the Chishan Prison

https://www.tahr.org.tw/news/2738

2018/11/28

(Press Release) After a year of imprisonment, Li Ming-che was once again cut off from contact to the outside world as supporters rally in defense of Taiwan's freedom and human rights

https://www.tahr.org.tw/news/23355

2018/11/5

(Press Release) Arbitrary prison transfer: Don't forget Li Ming-che at the APEC Chang-Xi Meeting

https://www.tahr.org.tw/news/2336

2018/10/26

(Joint Statement) China’s arbitrary prison transfer of Li Ming-che constitutes the violation of fundamental international human rights

https://www.tahr.org.tw/news/2332

2017/11/28

Speech on peace is not a crime! Release Li Ming-che now! The Tsai administration should strongly protest and defend the fundamental rights of the people of Taiwan

https://www.tahr.org.tw/news/2126

2017/8/22

Li Ming-che rescue task force established and will continue to take action

https://www.tahr.org.tw/node/1846

2017/7/5

United Nations Human Rights Council formally accepts the case of Li Ming-che under Special Procedures

https://www.tahr.org.tw/node/1837

2017/6/16

Former President Li Teng-hui issues public statement of "support for Mr. Li Ming-che"

https://www.facebook.com/tenghuilee

2017/5/27

Taiwan NGOs solemnly condemn China for formally arresting Li Ming-che over "the crime of subversion of state power" and demand that the Ministry of Justice propose specific action.

https://www.tahr.org.tw/node/1827

2017/5/27

Petition solemnly condemns the Chinese government for formally arresting Li Ming-che over "the crime of subversion of state power."

https://www.tahr.org.tw/node/1826

2017/4/28

(Press Release) When will Li Ming-che Return Home? Taiwan's Civil Society Response to the TAO Press Release

 http://www.tahr.org.tw/node/1820

2017/4/7

(Press Release) Freedom of Speech Day, International Solidarity with Li Ming-che: Press conference to announce petition and action

http://www.tahr.org.tw/node/1813

2017/3/30

Free Li Ming-Che: The Joint Statement from NGOs

http://www.tahr.org.tw/node/1806

2017/3/24

(Press Release) The Search for Li Ming-che: Joint press conference by family members and civil organizations

http://www.tahr.org.tw/node/1801

Amnesty International Taiwan

2018/11

(Taiwan) Free Li Ming-che: NGO worker prison visit denied  for several months

https://www.amnesty.tw/campaigns/2953

2017/10/19

Taiwan NGO worker to be tried for the crime of subversion of the state

https://www.amnesty.tw/campaigns/2636

2017/6/2

(Taiwan) Taiwan NGO worker arrested for the crime of inciting subversion of state power

https://www.amnesty.tw/campaigns/2514

2017/4/5

(Emergency Relief) Solidarity Action for Li Ming-che Q&A

https://www.amnesty.tw/news/2461

2017/3/30

# His Human Rights are Your Human Rights; Three Steps to Joining the Global Emergency Relief Action for Li Ming-che

https://www.amnesty.tw/news/2457

(Taiwan) NGO worker Detained in China Incommunicado

https://www.amnesty.tw/campaigns/2451

(Emergency Relief) Where is Li Ming-che? Solidarity for Taiwanese Community College Worker Detained by China

https://www.amnesty.tw/petition/2453

Taiwan Foundation for Democracy

2017/11/28

A Chinese court today sentenced Taiwanese NGO worker Li Ming-che to five years of imprisonment for "subversion of state power." The sentencing is a warning that Beijing has cast a much wider net to silence critics and those, Chinese and not, who propose an alternative system of governance in China. Read more in the latest issue of Taiwan Democracy Bulletin.

http://www.facebook.com/TaiwanFoundationForDemocracy/

2017/6/30

Taiwan Foundation for Democracy President Hsu Szu-chien proposes a resolution at the 13th General Assembly of the Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization. The resolution appeals to the international community to closely watch China's threat to civil society in Taiwan, especially with respect to the case of Li Ming-che and efforts to block Taiwan's involvement in related activities of UN organizations. The resolution was unanimously approved by the members.

http://www.facebook.com/TaiwanFoundationForDemocracy/

European Parliament

2018/1/18

Human rights: Democratic Republic of Congo, Nigeria and Tibet - China must release human rights activists. (The European Parliament adopts a resolution in support of Li Ming-che and four other human rights activists detained by China)

http://www.europarl.europa.eu/news/en/press-room/20180112IPR91637/human-rights-democratic-republic-of-congo-nigeria-and-tibet

2017/11/29

The chair of the European Parliament's Subcommittee on Human Rights said that Li Ming-che did not receive a fair trial and called on China to release Li Ming-che

http://www.europarl.europa.eu/news/en/press-room/20171128IPR89017/droi-chair-calls-on-china-to-release-lee-ming-che

2017/9/11

Chair of the Subcommittee on Human Rights under the European Parliament's Committee on Foreign Affairs: Li Ming-che should be assured a fair trial

http://www.europarl.europa.eu/news/en/press-room/20170911IPR83606/lee-ming-che-should-be-ensured-a-fair-trial-urges-droi-chair

2017/7/6

MEPs call for the release of Nobel laureate Liu Xiaobo and activist Lee Ming-che in China, of Dawit Isaak and Abune Antonios in Eritrea, and for the prevention of violent in Burundi. (European Parliament adopts a resolution supporting Liu Xiaobo and Li Ming-che)

http://www.europarl.europa.eu/news/en/press-room/20170629IPR78663/human-rights-china-eritrea-burundi

U.S. Congress

2017/11/29

Smith Condemns China’s Sentencing of Taiwanese Democracy Advocate (Vice Chairman of the U.S. House Foreign Affairs Committee and Co-chair of the Congressional-Executive Commission on China (CECC) Congressman Chris Smith issued a statement condemning the despicable judgment in the case of Taiwan human rights worker Li Ming-che)

https://chrissmith.house.gov/news/documentsingle.aspx?DocumentID=400788

2017/6/12

Li Ming-che is added to the Political Prisoner Database of the U.S. Congressional Executive Commission on China

http://ppdcecc.gov/QueryResultsDetail.aspx?PrisonerNum=11926

2017/5/19

Disappeared, Jailed, and Tortured in China: Wives Petition for Their Husbands' Freedom

https://foreignaffairs.house.gov/hearing/subcommittee-hearing-disappeared-jailed-tortured-china-wives-petition-husbands-freedom/

International Experts and Scholars

2017/11/29

Jerome Cohen on the case of Li Ming-che: A setback and retreat in cross-Strait relations

http://www.cna.com.tw/news/acn/201711290095-1.aspx#

2017/5/30

A Taiwanese Man’s Detention in Guangdong Threatens a Key Pillar of Cross-Straits Relations (New York University School of Law Professor Jerome Cohen updates his April 20 letter with analysis of recent developments)

http://www.chinafile.com/reporting-opinion/viewpoint/taiwanese-mans-detention-guangdong-threatens-key-pillar-of-cross-straits

2017/4/20

A Taiwanese Man's Detention in Guangdong Threatens a Key Pillar of Cross-Straits Relations (Joint letter by New York University School of Law Professor Jerome Cohen and lawyer Chen Yu-Jie)

http://www.chinafile.com/reporting-opinion/viewpoint/taiwanese-mans-detention-guangdong-threatens-key-pillar-of-cross-straits#sthash.c55LhG6l.dpuf

2017/4/17

Open letter to Chinese President Xi (jointly signed by 44 international scholars and experts, including former Chairman and Managing Director of the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) Richard Bush and former AIT Director William Stanton, former U.S. defense official Joseph Bosco, Executive Director of the U.S.-based Formosan Association for Public Affairs Coen Blaauw, and Canadian human rights lawyer Clive Ansley)

http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/editorials/archives/2017/04/17/2003668861