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Full Name Tang Baiqiao
Date of Birth August 11, 1967
Age 56 years, 7 months, 2 days
Birthplace Hunan
Country China
Horoscope Leo

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Tang Baiqiao Biography

Tang Baiqiao is one of the most popular and richest Human Rights Activist who was born on August 11, 1967 in Hunan, China. Tang Baiqiao (Chinese: Tang Bo Qiao born 11 August 1967in Yongzhou Sometimes also spelled Tang Boqiao) is a Chinese political dissident from Hunan province who was the leader of student protests in the 1989 democratic movement. Following the incident at Tiananmen Square Tang ran away from the agents of Communist Party of China who eventually detained his in Jiangmen. Jiangmen. He was charged with being a counter-revolutionary and imprisoned. After his release the following day, the man left for Hong Kong, where he co-authored the report Anthems of Defeat: Crackdown in Hunan Province 1989 – 1992 through Human Rights Watch with Dr. Robin Munro of the University of London. Tang was later admitted into America. United States as a political refugee in the year 1992. Tang claimed that his graduation in 2003 earned him an advanced degree in international issues of Columbia University, but university archives and the registrar at Columbia University claimed that he was a student there, but didn’t complete his degree.

Tang was admitted to America United States in April, 1992. In June of the same year during an event at Washington, D.C., Tang announced that there was an underground organization known as”the All-China People’s Autonomous Federation. According to Tang the Federation was at the at the time, operating in China, the People’s Republic of China, and was comprised from former pupils who took an active part in Tiananmen Square protests in 1989. Tang identified himself as”the group’s “overseas spokesman.” He was reluctant to name particular individuals of the organization due to fear of reprisals from China’s Chinese Communist Party. The existence of the Federation was confirmed through Doctor. Robin Munro, who reported that the group was “extensive and well organized.”

Since his escape from China, Tang Baiqiao has remained very active in the pro-democracy movement. In particular, he has called for a reassessment of China’s human rights policies (including the number of actual casualties sustained in the Tiananmen Square massacre), an examination of the persecution of Falun Gong practitioners worldwide, support for the Dalai Lama’s efforts to negotiate change for Tibet, and an end to the Chinese Communist Party. As recently as 2007, Tang alleged that many Chinese Students and Scholars Associations are actually funded by, and function as spies for, the Chinese Communist Party

His version of events was supported by several New York leaders of the Chinese pro-democracy movement. Tang held a press conference at Capitol Hill, Washington, D.C. on July 30, 2009. He denounced the attacks, and called them reminiscent of a similar event that occurred in 2008 where mobs of up to 600 people physically and verbally assaulted Falun Gong members volunteering at a neighborhood community action center.

Tang was also mentioned by officials from Asia Watch, a division of Human Rights Watch, for being the main contributor for a book called Anthems of Defeat: Crackdown in Hunan Province 1989 – 1992. The book outlines some of the most severe sentences and human rights violations that were imposed by the CCP following Tiananmen Square. One of these was the fate that three Chinese dissidents, who were sentenced to life imprisonment for throwing paint at a picture depicting Mao Zedong in connection with student protests during 1989’s democracies movement.

NameTang Baiqiao
First NameTang
Last NameBaiqiao
OccupationHuman Rights Activist
BirthdayAugust 11
Birth Year1967
Place of BirthHunan
Home Town
Birth CountryChina
Birth SignLeo
Full/Birth Name
FatherNot Available
MotherNot Available
SiblingsNot Available
SpouseGeng Jing
Children(s)Not Available

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In an August 2009 interview with The Epoch Times: “I resist [CCP violence], not only for myself, but for all the dissidents, Falun Gong practitioners…all the people of this country [who wish] to be free, everyone has freedom of speech, [and should be able to] express their views.”

Tang Baiqiao Net Worth

Tang Baiqiao is one of the richest Human Rights Activist from China. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Tang Baiqiao's net worth $3-5 Million.* (Last Update: February 3, 2024)

Anthems of Defiance: Crackdown in Hunan Province 1989-92, featuring Robin Munro (1991)

The same conversation also revealed that Tang said that the issue of corruption rather than political reform was the main concern of student protesters. He also said that students also wanted Hu Yaobang rehabilitated, as and more benefits to intellectuals from a social perspective. Tang insists that the issues of the human rights of democracy were only brought up in the final phases of Tiananmen Square, and then in a way. But, Tang notes that, because of the 1989 revolution and the 1989 revolution, China has benefited from the 1989 movement. Chinese government has granted greater economic as well as social freedoms.

Net Worth (2024)$5 Million*
Net Worth in 2023$3 Million*
SalaryUnder Review
Source of IncomeHuman Rights Activist
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HouseLiving in own house.
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Tang wrote the forward to Peter Navarro’s 2011 book Death by China, which highlights the threats to America’s economic dominance in the 21st century posed by China’s Communist Party.

My Two Chinas: The Memoir of a Chinese Counterrevolutionary, with Damon DiMarco (2011) from Prometheus Books

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On July 6, 2009, Tang Baiqiao suffered an seemingly unprovoked assault by several men at a karaoke bar in Flushing, the Chinatown section of Queens. Tang suffered injuries to his face and hand. He maintains the assault was orchestrated and perpetrated by agents of the CCP, most likely in retaliation against statements he made in defense of Falun Gong practitioners, as well as his support for the Tuidang movement, which encourages renunciation of the Communist Party. However, Tang admitted his frustration that United States law enforcement were not convinced the attacks came from Communist sources. His claim has never been independently verified.

Who is Tang Baiqiao Dating?

According to our records, Tang Baiqiao married to Geng Jing. As of February 1, 2024, Tang Baiqiao’s is not dating anyone.

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In 2017 he started a Twitter account that translates to Simplified Chinese all of President Trump’s tweets

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Tang Ranked on the list of most popular Human Rights Activist. Also ranked in the elit list of famous people born in China. Tang Baiqiao celebrates birthday on August 11 of every year.