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Media Alert: Yang Hengjun’s suspended death sentence in China

La Trobe University < 1 mins read

With the news that Australian writer Yang Hengjun was given a suspended death sentence by a Chinese court, La Trobe political experts are available to provide commentary.

Professor Nick Bisley

Dean, Humanities and Social Sciences School Operations at La Trobe University
E: N.Bisley@latrobe.edu.au
 M: 0487 448 734 

 

 

Professor Bec Strating

Director of La Trobe Asia and Professor of International Relations at La Trobe
E:
B.Strating@latrobe.edu.au M: 0400 287 758


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