Human rights lawyers in China say spaces for activism are shrinking as they mark the sixth anniversary of the 709 crackdown

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William Yang is a journalist based in Taiwan, where he writes about politics, society, and human rights issues in China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong.

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William Yang

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William Yang is a journalist based in Taiwan, where he writes about politics, society, and human rights issues in China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong.

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