U. Minnesota still silent after student sentenced to six months in Chinese prison for Twitter posts

Minnesota’s U.S. Senators also decline comment Two days after news broke that one of its students had been sent to a Chinese prison for a series of social media posts made while he was in the United States, the University of Minnesota is still not commenting on the situation. “We just became aware of this situation when media began reaching out yesterday…


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