Fang Lizhi, who inspired Chinese protesters before 1989 crackdown, has died, friend says
In this Nov, 4, 1988 file photo, Fang Lizhi, a Chinese astrophycisist who enjoys nothing more than pondering the mysteries of the universe, has emerged as China's leading dissident voice with his outspoken support of democracy and pointed questioning of Marxism.Full Story
#1 Apr 7, 2012
Mr. Fang Lizhi a pioneer for democracy in Communist China country besides Mr. Chiang Kai-shek as I assume ?!
My hat's off to Mr. Fang Lizhi and all of my condolences to his family.
#2 Apr 7, 2012
So Mr. Mao See Dung is a bastard for China democrazy indeed.
Since: Nov 08
#3 Apr 7, 2012
You put Chiang Kai shek and democracy in the same sentence! That is what I call creative writing!
Thanks, I will read a llittle more about the great years of "democracy" China and then the Taiwan Province enjoyed under him!
Free southern Tibet!!
#4 Apr 7, 2012
Chiang kai Shek was a dictator, you moron!. He was never an advocade of democracy. You need to do some more research.
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