Jiang Pinchao

Jiang Pinchao (Chinese: 蒋品超; Pinyin: Jiǎng Pǐnchāo; born 1967) is a Chinese poet. He is the director of June Fourth Heritage & Culture Association, chief editor of Collection of June Fourth Poems and Collection of Human Right Poems, oversea democratic personnel, and the first author to be blocked by Google. He was sentenced for four years due to his active participation in the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989 in China.

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Jiang Pinchao - International Fast
... On March 5, 2006, Jiang, along with Jinsheng Wei, Hongbing Yuan, Xue Sheng, and others, launched an international fast, which included ten thousand people, to express support for individuals ... Jiang also organized and presided over another Chinese protest in Los Angeles for similar reasons ...