A Lady Called Hope

Dan, Wang
November 2010
Time International (Atlantic Edition);11/29/2010, Vol. 176 Issue 22, p64
In this essay the author, a Chinese dissident and democracy activist, explains the meaning of Aung San Suu Kyi, a Burmese human rights and democracy campaigner. The piece was written following Suu Kyi's release from prison in 2010. A number of topics are addressed including the inspiration the author drew from her, the plight of Nobel laureate and dissident Liu Xiaobo, and democratic reforms in China.


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