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Stephanie Zhan walks through the Rec Room pitch deck that won Sequoia’s investment

Stephanie Zhan walks through the Rec Room pitch deck that won Sequoia's investment by @jordanrcrook 

Beijing high schooler Chen Zhichu used to spend 30 minutes a day boosting actor Xiao Zhan online as one of a legion of superfans, before state regulations last month banned "irrational star-chasing"

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Chinese citizen journalist Chen Qiushi has returned. But other citizen journalists covering the COVID-19 outbreak in #China  are still missing. Among them Zhang Zhan has been sentenced to four years imprisonment.

Beijing high schooler Chen Zhichu used to spend 30 minutes a day boosting actor Xiao Zhan online as one of a legion of superfans, before the practice fell foul of the government for promoting "unhealthy values"

Beijing high schooler Chen Zhichu used to spend 30 minutes a day boosting actor Xiao Zhan online as one of a legion of superfans, before the practice fell foul of the government for promoting "unhealthy values"

Zhang Zhan did not commit any crime but instead courageously risked her life to inform the public on the health crisis. She should never have been arrested, let alone subjected to a harsh prison sentence”, says the head of RSF East Asia bureau, Cédric Alviani.

44 organizations press the Chinese government to release Zhang Zhan. She had traveled to Wuhan to try to expose the truth about the Covid-19 outbreak. She is now "suffering from a critical health condition and may die soon if she remains in detention."

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Head of RSF East Asia bureau, Cédric Alviani. urges President Xi Jinping to “ensure that Zhang Zhan is released before it’s too late.”

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Zhang Zhan, a Chinese journalist, was sentenced to four years in prison for documenting the Covid-19 outbreak in Wuhan. She is now seriously ill from a hunger strike and weighs less than 90 pounds, her former lawyer said.

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Heavy security as Chinese citizen journalist jailed for 4 years for reporting on Wuhan virus. Zhang Zhan's live reports were widely shared on social media in February 📹 Police try to block journalists outside the Shanghai court where Zhang was on trial

Zhang Zhan, a Chinese citizen journalist who criticized the government's handling of the outbreak in Wuhan, was sentenced to four years in prison.

China jails citizen journalist Zhang Zhan for 4 years for reporting on the virus in Wuhan. She has been on a hunger strike since June and is reportedly force-fed via a nasal tube. China has punished 8 virus whistleblowers so far. ?Her lawyer Zhang Keke talks to the press

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Chinese citizen journalist faces trial for Wuhan virus reporting. Zhang Zhan, a former lawyer, could face up to five years in jail if convicted of "picking quarrels and provoking trouble" for her reporting ? @hectorretamal 

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#China : We are deeply concerned by the 4-year prison sentence imposed on citizen journalist Zhang Zhan. We raised her case with the authorities throughout 2020 as an example of the excessive clampdown on freedom of expression linked t #COVID19  & continue to call for her release.

Zhang Zhan, the first such person known to have been tried, was among a handful of people whose first-hand accounts from crowded hospitals and empty streets painted a more dire picture of the pandemic epicentre than the official narrative. #China  #Wuhan 

In her last report posted to YouTube on May 13, citizen journalist Zhang Zhan described how ‘human rights had suffered’ even after the lockdown ended. Two days later, she was detained by police

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