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劉曉波(1955年12月28日-2017年7月13日),吉林長春人,中華人民共和國作家、文學評論家、人權運動家、《零八憲章》的主要起草人之一、2010年諾貝爾和平獎得主 ...

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紀念劉暁波(1955年12月28日 - 2017年7月13日) 漢清講堂 劉暁波 1955年12月28日:生於中國 吉林省長春市 1988年: 北京師範大学文学博士 1989年3月 - 5月: 美國COLUMBIA大研究 1989年4月27日 -…
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