Wang Wanxing, supporter of the Chinese democracy movement, was born on October 10th 1949. He was imprisoned for a month for the first time in 1976 for criticism on Mao Zedong's politics. In 1977 Wang was imprisoned again, this time for 17 months, for criticising authorities after they broke up a protest. After publicly demanding the reassessment of the Tiananmen-Square massacre of 1989, he was arrested on June 3rd 1992 because of "counter-revolutionary agitation". On June 30th 1992 he was brought to Ankang hospital, a mental institution, in Beijing's suburb Fangshan. After 13 years of prison he was released on August 16th 2005 und currently lives in Frankfurt/Main, Germany. This picture shows him at ISHR headquarters in Frankfurt/Main, shortly after being released.