Thwe Thwe Win says he was deliberately struck when he asked why workers had dumped waste soil on the grounds of local Buddhist pagodas and shrines.
Fishermen and activists say the government’s report on the recovery paints too rosy a picture.
Guo had refused food and drink for more than 100 days in protest at the treatment of political prisoners, including himself.
The mostly Muslim Uyghur ethnic group is being targeted amid a massive security clampdown in the city.
Bowen College in the northwestern province of Gansu fired Liu Lingli after she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 2014.
They are cautious in speaking about the news, at the same time envying diplomat Tae Yong Ho for fleeing to South Korea.
Teachers in the Uyghur homeland must demonstrate loyalty to Beijing and to Chinese Communist Party rule.
It’s unclear what action the prime minister wants, or what action the U.S. could take over Facebook posts claiming Hun Manet is part Vietnamese.