Joshua Rosenzweig, Independent Researcher and Translator, Speaks at USALI

On Thursday, October 30th, USALI’s weekly lunch audience sat down with Joshua Rosenzweig, an independent researcher and translator based in Hong Kong. Mr. Rosenzweig has extensive experience in the human rights field. From 2002 to 2011, he was a researcher for the non-profit Dui Hua Foundation, where he developed the foundation’s comprehensive database of information about Chinese political and religious prisoners and authored more than a dozen volumes in its series of occasional publications. He is frequently sought out by the international media to comment on criminal justice issues and human rights developments in China, and his opinions have been featured in the Asia edition of the Wall Street Journal and South China Morning Post. His most recent publication is “Disappearing Justice: Public Opinion, Secret Arrest, and Criminal Procedure Reform in China” (China Journal, July 2013).