Bookseller Gui Minhai 'half free' after being detained in China for two years

China 0 Comment 0

Hong Kong-based publisher who specialised in books about China’s political elite vanished from Thailand in 2015

A Swedish bookseller who spent more than two years in custody after his suspected abduction by Chinese agents is now “half free”, a friend has claimed, amid suspicions he is still being held under guard by security officials in eastern China.

Gui Minhai, a Hong Kong-based publisher who specialised in books about China’s political elite, mysteriously vanished from his Thai holiday home in October 2015. He later reappeared in mainland China where he was imprisoned on charges relating to a deadly drunk-driving incident more than a decade earlier.

Related: As China tramples on Hong Kong’s freedom, a feeble Britain avoids its glance | Angela Gui

He will only enjoy true freedom if he is allowed to leave China

Continue reading…
Source: china
Link : Bookseller Gui Minhai ‘half free’ after being detained in China for two years

Author

Leave a comment

Search

Back to Top