Ms. Li's apartment in Beijing was searched in the late evening of March 6. Police detained her following the search. Yirenping's offices were raided on March 24.
She was released on bail in the late hours of April 13, her lawyer Yan Xin said.
Wu Rongrong, 30
Ms. Wu worked at the Aizhixing Institute in Beijing, which helps people living with AIDS. She also led women’s rights programs at the Beijing Yirenping Center until last year when she set up a center for women in Hangzhou.
Ms. Wu was detained upon arrival at the airport in Hangzhou on March 7. She was first transferred to a detention center in Beijing, where she was denied access to medication for chronic liver disease and forced to sleep on the floor of her cell, according to Human Rights Watch.
Ms. Wu had then been transferred to a medical facility in another detention center. She was released on bail in the early hours of April 14, a family member said.
Wang Man, 33
Ms. Wang is a known figure in China’s rights movement for raising awareness on the rising wealth gap, the Shanghai-based gender researcher Chen Yaya wrote in her blog. Ms. Wang taught in rural China for two years.
She was taken to a police station in Beijing’s Haidian district for questioning on March 6. Ms. Wang has congenital heart disease and suffered a heart attack during detention, her lawyer, Zhao Xia, said in a phone conversation on March 20. Ms. Wang was hospitalized in a detention center in Beijing.
She was released on bail on April 13, according to the lawyers Liang Xiaojun and Wang Qiushi.
She was questioned along with Wang Man at a police station in Beijing onMarch 6 and was held at a detention center there. She was later sent to Nanning and released on bail there on April 13, Mr. Wang said.
Zheng Churan, 25
Nicknamed Datu (大兔), or Big Rabbit, Ms. Zheng has publicly campaigned against gender discrimination and sought dialogue with government officials on discriminatory policies for several years.
Last November, Ms. Zheng was briefly detained at the Guangzhou Baiyun Airport and barred from traveling to Bangkok to attend a women's rights conference. "Relevant departments" had instructed the police to bar her from leaving the country, she said in an interview she was told by the police.
Six police officers detained Ms. Zheng at her home in the southern city of Guangzhou shortly before midnight on March 6. She was later transferred to Beijing. She was released on bail on April 13, the lawyers said.