Angela Gui is the daughter of imprisoned Hong Kong bookseller Gui Minhai. She is a PhD candidate at the University of Cambridge.
Last week, the Chinese government sentenced my father, Gui Minhai, to 10 years in prison after holding him in arbitrary detention for more than four years. This announcement follows years of appalling twists and turns in his case. In 2015, he was kidnapped in Thailand by Chinese agents for publishing and selling books in Hong Kong that were banned in mainland China. Chinese authorities claimed he had been released in late 2017, but in reality, they had placed him under a form of residential surveillance. In early 2018, he was abducted again while traveling on a train with two Swedish diplomats, as was his right as a Swedish citizen.
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