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Release Dr. Wang Bingzhang

April 8th, 2013

Dr. Wang Bingzhang is a U.S. resident currently serving  a life sentence in a Chinese prison.

Dr. Wang was a medical doctor from China who went to Canada to do graduate studies at McGill University. In 1983, Dr. Wang decided to give up a career in medicine to found the Chinese pro-democracy movement abroad. For almost 20 years, he dedicated his life to organizing and promoting pro-democracy activities in North America and around the world.

On June 27, 2002, Dr. Wang was kidnapped while meeting with labor activists in Vietnam and forced into China where he was subsequently detained by the Chinese police. After being held for six months, the Chinese government charged Dr. Wang with terrorism and espionage. He was wrongfully convicted in a closed door trial where no evidence nor witnesses were presented and sentenced to life in prison.

Since his imprisonment, Dr. Wang’s case has won the support of the American and Canadian government. The UN and Amnesty International have also intervened on his behalf. Unfortunately, Dr. Wang continues to languish in prison where he has developed several serious medical conditions including phlebitis, severe hay fever, gastritis, varicose veins and depression. He has also had three strokes.

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Please sign the petition and urge the Chinese leadership to release Dr. Wang on humanitarian grounds.

Thank you for lending your voice in support of his freedom.

This petition was delivered to:
  • Chinese Ambassador to Mexico
    Zeng Gang
  • Chinese Leader Xi Jinping
  • Chinese Ambassador to the UK
    Liu Xiaoming
  • Chinese Ambassador to Australia
    Chen Yuming
  • Chinese Ambassador to Japan
    Cheng Yonghua
  • Chinese Consul General to France
    Zhang Guobin
  • Chinese Consul General to Germany
    Wang Shunqing
  • Chinese Ambassador to Canada
    Zhang Junsai
  • Chinese Ambassador to the United States
    Cui Tiankai

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