Wang Zixu

Hong Kong

Wang Zixu

Intern, China

Zixu Wang is an intern at the Post covering human rights, social justice, livelihood issues and gender equality in China. He earned a Master of Laws in International Human Rights from the University of Notre Dame in the US, and is studying for his Master of Journalism at The University of Hong Kong.

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‘Waste of money’ giant statue of Chinese general to be moved at cost of US$23.8 million

Monument to Guan Yu in Jingzhou, Hubei province is to be relocated to a new site just 8km away in the same city.

1 Jan 2021 - 10:37PM

Monument to Guan Yu in Jingzhou, Hubei province is to be relocated to a new site just 8km away in the same city.

‘Waste of money’ giant statue of Chinese general to be moved at cost of US$23.8 million
China suffers worst power blackouts in a decade, on post-coronavirus export boom, coal supply shortage

Provinces across China are struggling with the worst blackouts in nearly 10 years, as authorities try to curb energy use by imposing restrictions on businesses and residents.

24 Dec 2020 - 9:48AM

Provinces across China are struggling with the worst blackouts in nearly 10 years, as authorities try to curb energy use by imposing restrictions on businesses and residents.

China suffers worst power blackouts in a decade, on post-coronavirus export boom, coal supply shortage
Human rights in China: dissident poet Wang Zang and wife could face trail soon, lawyer says

Activist and his wife Wang Li have been in police detention in Yunnan province for almost seven months on nebulous charge of subverting state power.

20 Dec 2020 - 10:46PM

Activist and his wife Wang Li have been in police detention in Yunnan province for almost seven months on nebulous charge of subverting state power.

Human rights in China: dissident poet Wang Zang and wife could face trail soon, lawyer says