Wu Ying case following up

Wu Ying, a 31-year-old woman on death row for fraud charges, now got the hope to fulfill her big wish in life – to be a normal person living an ordinary life. On Friday, China’s Supreme Court overturned the death penalty imposed on her. Three years ago, she was given the capital punishment for raising… Continue reading Wu Ying case following up

my article in the Guardian on capital punishment

China’s death row: Wu Ying doesn’t deserve to dieA generation was brought up to cheer on public executions, but there’s much unease about such punishment for financial crimes Tweet this Share reddit this Comments (…) Lijia Zhang guardian.co.uk, Wednesday 4 April 2012 The death penalty is now a hotly debated issue in China. This has… Continue reading my article in the Guardian on capital punishment