An article by Jim Yardley in the New York Times today tells the story of Hu Jia. As the Olympics approach I'm sure we'll hear more stories like this one.

Yardley writes, "Mr. Hu, 34, and his wife, Zeng Jinyan, are human rights advocates who spent much of 2006 restricted to their apartment in a complex with the unlikely name of Bo Bo Freedom City. She blogged about life under detention, while he videotaped a documentary titled "Prisoner in Freedom City." Their surreal existence seemed to reflect an official uncertainty about how, and whether, to shut them up."