Chinese Government Tightens Surveillance After Dissident's Nobel Win

When Yu Jie returned to his home Thursday, he immediately noticed that something was different. "Ten minutes after I got back from a trip to the U.S., the police called me to say that from now I would need a police escort anytime I wanted to leave the house," he said. The human rights activist is accustomed to the close scrutiny from Chinese authorities. He recently published a controversial book about China's Premier Wen Jiabao entitled "China's Best Actor: Wen Jiabao." But in the week...Full Story
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