A former economics professor who first ran into trouble after he helped draft a public letter in 1989 that was sympathetic to Tiananmen Square protesters, Feng Zenghu said he'd been detained five times since he returned to Shanghai in February.
A former economics professor who first ran into trouble after he helped draft a public letter in 1989 that was sympathetic to Tiananmen Square protesters, Feng Zenghu said he'd been detained five times since he returned to Shanghai in February. Tom Lasseter/MCT
A former economics professor who first ran into trouble after he helped draft a public letter in 1989 that was sympathetic to Tiananmen Square protesters, Feng Zenghu said he'd been detained five times since he returned to Shanghai in February. Tom Lasseter/MCT

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