A Hong Kong bookseller was seized from a train to Beijing last Saturday. Publisher Gui Minhai was well-known for selling books about the personal lives of China's leadership. He had just been released from prison three months ago.
This comes after the bookseller's mysterious appearance in a detention camp in mainland China. Human rights groups claim the seizure was a result of government crackdown from the Communist party. Gui Minhai's current whereabouts are still unknown.
Full story here: http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-china-42780228
What do you think this reveals about the activist culture in China? How do you think Gui Minhai’s seizure relates to human rights?