TAIPEI, Taiwan (AP) — The spouse of a Taiwanese human rights activist jailed in China vowed Wednesday to maintain preventing for his launch after Beijing allowed her to go to him in jail.
Lee Ming-che is serving a five-year jail sentence after being convicted by a Chinese language courtroom in November on expenses of subverting state energy.
His spouse, Lee Ching-yu, stated in Taipei after visiting Lee at Chishan jail in central Hunan province that he appeared bodily wonderful however was barred from writing to her.
“I earnestly request everybody to maintain on taking note of Lee Ming-che,” Lee Ching-yu stated. “For so long as he’s in jail, so long as he isn’t free, my efforts to rescue him is not going to cease.”
Lee was discovered responsible of subversion for holding on-line political lectures and serving to the households of jailed dissidents in China.
His conviction confirmed how Beijing’s harshest crackdown on human rights in a long time has prolonged past the Chinese language mainland. Beijing regards self-ruled Taiwan as a part of Chinese language territory.