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Wang Zheng is a founder of the Zhi Xian political party, launched in early November 2013 (http://www.rfa.org/english/news/china/party-11112013173140.html and http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/11/09/us-china-politics-bo-idUSBRE9A804L20131109). Wang does not need to be tried or convicted for a "yes" resolution to occur; she only needs to be arrested on charges of "incitement to subvert state power" and/or "subversion of state power" and/or "incite separatism". If Wang Zheng is arrested on charges not specified in this question, the outcome will not be resolved as "yes". Outcome will be resolved based on reporting from BBC News or Reuters or Economist Online (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/ or http://www.reuters.com/ or http://www.economist.com). If nothing is reported in these sources, then the "status quo" outcome typically will be assumed (i.e., Wang has not been arrested on relevant charges). Administrator reserves the right to use other sources as needed (e.g., Radio Free Asia), provided those sources do not directly contradict concurrent reporting from BBC News, Reuters, or Economist Online. In cases of substantial controversy or uncertainty, administrator may refer the question to outside subject matter experts, or we may deem the question invalid/void. "Before" should be interpreted to mean at or prior to the end (23:59:59 ET) of the previous day.