Ti-Ana Wang

Ti-Anna Wang is a Chinese-Canadian dissident whose father, Wang Bingzhang, is a prisoner of conscience in China.

After being refused access to her home country to visit her father for 10 years, Mrs. Wang was given a visa to travel to China in 2019. However, she was detained on landing in Hangzhou and deported to South Korea. When she then attempted to return home to Canada on a flight transiting through Beijing she was again detained and forced to fly back to Seoul.

Wang continues to advocate for her father’s freedom.

 

 

Speeches

China

After Liu Xianobo’s Nobel Prize: The Situation of Human Rights in China with Ti-Ana Wang, Dechen Pemba, Yang Jianli, Paulina Neuding, Bahtiyar Omer

A panel including Chinese-Canadian dissident whose father, Wang Bingzhang, is a prisoner of conscience in China, Ti-Anna Wang; leading Chinese dissident and pro-democracy activist, Yang Jianli; Uyghur rights activist and Chairman of the ‘Norway Uyghur Committee,’ Bahtiyar Omer; Tibetan dissident and founder of ‘High Peaks Pure Earth,’ a website that

China

The Situation of Human Rights in China with Ti-Ana Wang

Ti-Anna Wang, a Chinese-Canadian dissident whose father, Wang Bingzhang, is a prisoner of conscience in China, addresses the 3rd Annual Geneva Summit for Human Rights and Democracy – see below for full prepared remarks.   Full remarks