Ni Yulan

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Ni Yulan (倪玉兰, born 24 March 1960) is a civil rights lawyer in the People's Republic of China. She holds a law degree from China University of Political Science and Law, and officially became a lawyer law in 1986. Ni has established herself in the field of human rights lawyering by defending persecuted groups such as Falun Gong practitioners and victims of forced eviction.Ni's human rights activism began in 2001 when her neighborhood in Beijing had been slated for mandatory demolition in order to accommodate the 7-year-later 2008 Beijing Olympics. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Ni Yulan has received more than 25,187 page views. Her biography is available in 16 different languages on Wikipedia. Ni Yulan is the 481st most popular social activist, the 868th most popular biography from China and the 14th most popular Chinese Social Activist.

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Among social activists, Ni Yulan ranks 481 out of 544Before her are Oinikhol Bobonazarova, Razan Zaitouneh, Julia Butterfly Hill, Elizaveta Glinka, Dick Gregory, and Emily Murphy. After her are Stanislav Markelov, Matthew Shepard, Norma Cruz, Bill Ayers, Jack Thompson, and Loujain al-Hathloul.

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Among people born in 1960, Ni Yulan ranks 492Before her are Maria Schneider, Uddhav Thackeray, Simon Curtis, Valerie Bertinelli, Ahmed Shobair, and Willie Aames. After her are Jonathan Hill, Baron Hill of Oareford, Wolf Haas, Hyapatia Lee, Tomás Reñones, Yasushi Yoshida, and Makoto Sugiyama.

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Among people born in China, Ni Yulan ranks 868 out of 1,186Before her are Deng Yaping (1973), Sun Jihai (1977), Zou Shiming (1981), Raymond Lam (1979), Liu Wang (1969), and Zheng Jie (1983). After her are Li Weifeng (1978), Jane Zhang (1984), Gao Hongbo (1966), Sun Wen (1973), Wu Lei (1991), and Gedhun Choekyi Nyima (1989).


Among social activists born in China, Ni Yulan ranks 14Before her are Harry Wu (1937), Wei Jingsheng (1950), Wu'erkaixi (1968), Wang Dan (1969), Hu Jia (1973), and Chen Guangcheng (1971). After her are Nathan Law (1993).