The chances of victory aren't high, but even if the courts let us present our case, let us play the game -- that will be a victory, because then we can speak out against this censorship in the public arenaWriter sues China over censorship Jun 16, 2005
Another concept corresponding to the notion of public intellectual is public politics, which is inevitably about dissent and even the forming of opposition forcesChina bans reports on outspoken academics Nov 22, 2004
China cannot tolerate Japan's move imposed upon others and firmly opposes the dangerous provocative actJapan, China at odds over sea exploration Jul 08, 2004
America's policy toward (North Korea) -- that is the main problem we are facingChina: U.S. dashed N. Korean nuclear talks Sep 02, 2003
Wang Yi (Wang I, traditional: 王繹, simplified: 王绎); ca. (1330-unknown) was a Chinese painter of human figures during the Yuan Dynasty (1271–1368). His specific date of death is unknown.
Wang was born in the Zhejiang province . His style name was 'Sishan' and his sobriquet was 'Chi Juesheng'. Wang's developed his own distinct style of painting human figures that demonstrated good shape and spirit. He edited the "The Secrets of Painting human figures" to describe his experiences of human figure painting.