Free Na

This is a website dedicated to XU Na and many others, who have lost their freedom due to their religious beliefs and the execution of their freedom of expression.

XU Na, Beijing Artist, Detained since July 2020. Previously served eight years in jail

“I wish I was sent die quickly; however, I was sent to the Beijing Women’s Prison, where you have no right to die but only to suffer physically and mentally”  
– XU Na

“Our lack of attention implies that their suffering is non existent and they are not part of the world which we live in. We urge all human rights organizations and independent media to give some attention to these cases.”
– XU Na ‘s Family and Friends in a petition to Human Rights Organizations

“I believe no human being can live without moral judgement, even when it comes to factors far from their day-to-day lives, it’s an unescapable responsibility of all human beings.”
– XU Na

Articles récents

La peintre XU Na 许那 est pour la quatrième fois enfermée dans une prison en Chine.

Par Marianne Lefebvre Qui est-elle ? Comment j’ai connu XU Na ? Je suis partie une première fois travailler en Chine de février 1984 à juillet 1985, et ce à l’Université du Sichuan (Chongqing) où j’ai enseigné en contrat local le français langue étrangère. En 1990, je refais une demande pour repartir, et ce malgré la grave…

Incarcerated Beijing Artist Facing Third Round of Imprisonment for Her Belief

BY SOPHIA LAM June 2, 2021 Updated: June 3, 2021 Xu Na, a poet, freelance painter, and Falun Gong practitioner in Beijing, was arrested from her home again on July 19, 2020, for taking and posting photos online about the severe pandemic situation in Beijing. The official allegation against her was “undermining law enforcement with a cult organization,” which…