Chinese women’s rights activist Sophia Huang Xueqin has been released after nearly three months in detention, according to sources and her lawyers. Photo: Thomas Yau Chinese women’s rights activist Sophia Huang Xueqin has been released after nearly three months in detention, according to sources and her lawyers. Photo: Thomas Yau
Chinese women’s rights activist Sophia Huang Xueqin has been released after nearly three months in detention, according to sources and her lawyers. Photo: Thomas Yau

Chinese #MeToo activist Sophia Huang Xueqin freed from detention, lawyers and sources say

  • Author of landmark workplace harassment survey was arrested nearly three months ago for ‘picking quarrels and provoking trouble’
  • She is ‘healthy and still in good spirits’ while ‘under heavy surveillance’, a source tells the Post

Topic |   Human rights in China
Chinese women’s rights activist Sophia Huang Xueqin has been released after nearly three months in detention, according to sources and her lawyers. Photo: Thomas Yau Chinese women’s rights activist Sophia Huang Xueqin has been released after nearly three months in detention, according to sources and her lawyers. Photo: Thomas Yau
Chinese women’s rights activist Sophia Huang Xueqin has been released after nearly three months in detention, according to sources and her lawyers. Photo: Thomas Yau
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