^2012 Report on International Religious Freedom. BUREAU OF DEMOCRACY, HUMAN RIGHTS, AND LABOR（美國國務院下屬機構）. 2013-05-20 （英语）. In July 2011 Guangzhou’s Haizhu District People’s Court sentenced lawyer Zhu Yubiao to two years’ imprisonment for possessing Falun Gong books and DVDs, according to online reporting. Zhu, who previously handled Falun Gong cases, had been held in police custody since August 2010 on charges of “using a cult to undermine the law.” Although Zhu was scheduled to be released in August, authorities transferred him to Sanshui Law School, where Falun Gong practitioners reportedly attend mandatory study sessions.
^2013 Report on International Religious Freedom: China. BUREAU OF DEMOCRACY, HUMAN RIGHTS, AND LABOR（美國國務院機構）. 2014-07-28 （英语）. (中文編譯報導)
Although Zhu Yubiao, a lawyer who had represented Falun Gong and under arrest since August 2010, was scheduled to be released in August 2012, authorities instead transferred him to Sanshui Law School in Foshan, Guangdong Province, where Falun Gong practitioners are reportedly forced to attend mandatory study sessions. Family members said Zhu began a hunger strike August 20, 2012 to protest his ongoing detention. No new information was available by year’s end.参数|quote=值左起第64位存在換行符 (帮助)