Wang Bing-zhang, one of the earliest of all Chinese dissidents, a graduate of
the 1979 “Peking Spring,” who first got his name in the papers here
protesting Chinese inclusion in the 1984 L.A. Olympics, has been arrested in
China under very peculiar circumstances.
Note the charge
of “engaging in violent terrorist activities,” now routine from the ChiCom
authorities when rounding up mild-mannered dissidents. This is their
contribution to the War on Terror… For my own 1989 interview with Wang in
the LondonSpectator, see here.