Wife of detained Taiwanese activist blocked from entering China

The wife of Li Ming-che, a Taiwanese national currently detained in China, was stopped from entering the mainland on April 10.

Li Ching-yu, wife of a pro-democracy activist and former DPP staff, was seeking to visit her husband. Li Ming-che disappeared on March 19—more than three weeks now.

Airline staff told her that Beijing authorities had revoked her mainland travel permit, so she was unable to board the plane.

 
 
 
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