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Guo Quan Biography
Guo Quan is one of the most popular and richest Human Rights Activist who was born on May 8, 1968 in People's Republic of China. Guo Quan, an expert on the classic Chinese literature as well as Guo Quan, an expert on the 1939 Nanjing massacre of Chinese civilians by Japanese soldiers, has published an open letter in which he vowed to file a lawsuit against Google after he realized that his name was deleted from searches of the google.cn website in China. Guo Quan told The Times that he had discovered it was Yahoo!, the Chinese Yahoo! site been able to block his account as well and plans to take action against both firms. Guo said: Guo added: “Since 1 January a lot of friends told me that websites with my name had been closed. They told me it’s impossible to search for my information on Google and Yahoo!”
In November(2007) Yahoo settled an out of court suit filed by the family members of two dissidents who were who are serving 10 years of prison sentences. Yahoo gave their account details for authorities in China. Chinese government. Also “last week(Jan 2008) Yahoo Chief Executive Jerry Yang sent U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice a letter asking the government to secure the release of dissidents jailed in China for their pro-democracy sentiments.”
Writer and former professor of literature at Nanjing Normal University, detained November 13, 2008 on “suspicion of subverting state authority.” The reason for his arrest is not yet known, but is believed to be related to his writings. He had been detained for ten days in May 2008 following seven articles he published on mainland Chinese web sites that criticize the government’s emergency response to the May 12, 2008 Sichuan earthquake and the safety of certain infrastructures.
On 6 Feb 2008 Guo Quan told Jane Macartney, of The Times “that he had now found that the Chinese Yahoo! site had also blocked his name and he planned to bring actions against both companies.” Mr Guo said: “Since January 1 a lot of friends told me that websites with my name had been closed. They told me it’s impossible to search for my information on Google and Yahoo!”
In 2001, he was hired as an instructor and PhD student adviser for PhD candidates at Nanjing Normal University. He also works as an investigator in Nanjing Massacre Research Center. Nanjing Massacre Research Center.
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Guo Quan Net Worth
Guo Quan is one of the richest Human Rights Activist from People's Republic of China. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Guo Quan's net worth $3-5 Million.* (Last Update: February 3, 2024)
Guo Quan (Chinese: Guo Quan pinyin: Guo Quan ; born 1968) is a Chinese human rights activist. Guo Quan founded his own party, the China New Democracy Party. It is the State Owned Enterprise cadre, secretary of the Nanjing Economic Restructuring Commission and Nanjing People’s Court cadre.
In 1996, he received an MA in Nanjing’s Sociology Department. In 1999, he earned a Ph.D. in philosophy at Nanjing University. Between 1999 and 2001, he worked as a postdoctoral research assistant in Nanjing Normal University. Nanjing Normal University.
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In early 2008, Guo Quan, a university professor who had been dismissed after having founded a democratic opposition party, announced plans to sue Yahoo! (Chief Executive Jerry Yang) and Google in the United States for having blocked his name from search results in China.
Who is Guo Quan Dating?
According to our records, Guo Quan married to Li Jing. As of February 1, 2024, Guo Quan’s is not dating anyone.Relationships Record: We have no records of past relationships for Guo Quan. You may help us to build the dating records for Guo Quan!
Facts & Trivia
Guo Ranked on the list of most popular Human Rights Activist. Also ranked in the elit list of famous people born in People's Republic of China. Guo Quan celebrates birthday on May 8 of every year.
Guo Quan (Chinese: 郭泉; pinyin: Guō Quán; born 1968) is a Chinese human rights activist..
In 1996 he earned a master's degree from Nanjing University's Sociology Department..
In 1999 he received a PhD in philosophy from Nanjing University..
From 1999–2001 he was a post-doctorate researcher at Nanjing Normal University. .
In 2001 he was retained as a professor and PhD candidate advisor at Nanjing Normal University..
In early 2008, Guo Quan, announced plans to sue Yahoo! (Chief Executive Jerry Yang) and Google in the United States for having blocked his name from search results in China..
On 6 Feb 2008 Guo Quan told Jane Macartney, of The Times that the Chinese Yahoo! site had also blocked his name, and as a result was planning on suing Yahoo! as well..
Writer and former professor of literature at Nanjing Normal University, detained November 13, 2008 on “suspicion of subverting state authority.” The reason for his arrest is not yet known, but is believed to be related to his writings..
He had been detained for ten days in May 2008 following seven articles he published on mainland Chinese web sites that criticize the government’s emergency response to the May 12, 2008 Sichuan earthquake and the safety of certain infrastructures..
On 13 Nov 2008 cnews reported that Guo Quan, was arrested Thursday in the city of Nanjing..
On 17 Oct 2009, Reuters reported that he was sentenced to 10 years in prison..
On 31 January 2020, Guo was detained by police in Nanjing..
On 20 December 2022, he was sentenced to a further four years in jail for "incitement to subvert state power", the charges stemming from his criticism of officials during the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic..