Ye Wenfu

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Ye Kenfu
Born China
Nationality Chinese

Ye Wenfu is a Chinese poet born in 1944.[1] He worked in the military and was later "struggled" against and criticized by officials. He has been critical of communist policies and officials.[2] He wrote the poem General, you can't do this.[3] Ye was imprisoned for 17 months after the 1989 Tianamen protests.[4] He contributed to Mao's Harvest: Voices from China's New Generation.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Lowell Dittmer China's continuous revolution: the post-liberation epoch, 1949-1981
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  3. ^ [2] Human Rights in China - Jun 4, 1989
  4. ^ China Frees Three Protesters Sarasota Herald-Tribune - Jan 9, 1991