At the end of June 2007, he was transferred to Deshan Prison in Changde city, Hunan province where his conditions of detention appear to have improved and his mother can now visit him regularly.〔【出典】アムネスティ発表国際ニュース（2008年6月3日） 〕
there was a long tumultuous shouting sound like the voice of a thousand waters〔【出典】日英対訳文・対応付けデータ（独立行政法人情報通信研究機構）〕"_FALL3", "2598473"
They include Shim Taos, who continues to serve a ten-year prison sentence for sending an email to an overseas website about official instructions to journalists on how to cover the 15th anniversary of the 1989 Tiananmen crackdown in Beijing.〔【出典】アムネスティ発表国際ニュース（2008年8月1日） 〕
While this seems to contradict a call for "all-out efforts" put out by both Wen Jiabao and Hu Jintao, it's not the only sign that harkens back to the 2008 Sichuan earthquake; not long after Qinghai Vice Governor Jidi Majia put out a call for stronger "proper" guidance of public opinion, journalists on Twitter and other microblogs began reporting that a blackout had been issued regarding news of the quake barring out-of-province media from entering the area or conducting interviews.〔【出典】Global Voices Online◆【英文】John Kennedy ◆【和訳】Kenji Kunimasa ◆【License】CC BY 3.0 〕
Shi Tao continues to serve a 10-year sentence for sending an email summarizing a Chinese Central Propaganda Department communique on how journalists should handle the 15 th anniversary of the crackdown on the 1989 pro-democracy movement.〔【出典】アムネスティ発表国際ニュース（2008年6月3日） 〕
Shi Tao, a journalist and poet based in Hunan province, was sentenced to 10 years in prison in 2005 for "illegally providing state secrets to foreign entities" for sending an email, through his Yahoo email account to foreign websites, summarizing a Chinese Central Propaganda Department communique on how journalists should handle the 15th anniversary of the 1989 crackdown.〔【出典】アムネスティ発表国際ニュース（2010年6月4日） 〕