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Chen Guangcheng Hopes Bells of New Year Will Ring in a New China
Epoch Times

Chen Guangcheng Hopes Bells of New Year Will Ring in a New China

Editor's note: is a blind Chinese human rights lawyer and civil rights activist who is best known for his advocacy on China's one-child policy and women's rights, and defending the poor. He was imprisoned by the Chinese authorities in 2006, and ... Epoch Times, 1 month ago
The Dilemma Facing Rights Lawyers in China Council On Foreign Relations, 2 weeks ago
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Radio Free Asia

China Slaps Exit Ban on Wife, Son of Defected Former Journalist

Authorities in the southern province of Guangdong have prevented the wife and son of a former columnist at a top Chinese newspaper from leaving the country to join him after his defection. Li Xin, rights activist and writer for the cutting-edge ...
 Radio Free Asia2 months ago China Slaps Exit Ban on Wife Son of Defected Former Journalist  Singapore Star.com2 months ago
Radio Free Asia

Disappeared Chinese Journalist Back in China, 'Helping Police With Enquiries'

A former columnist at a top newspaper who disappeared in southeast Asia earlier this month after fleeing China to seek political asylum is now back in the country, "assisting police with an investigation," his wife said. Li Xin, who once wrote for ...
 Radio Free Asia6 days ago Chinese Rights Activist Disappears During Journey to Seek Political Asylum  Radio Free Asia2 weeks ago US lawmakers call for release of Chinese writer  NHK2 months ago
Little Black Book

Christian Bale Speaks for Amnesty International in New Podcast Campaign

A bespoke track developed by Audio Network composer, Paul Ressel, soundtracks poignant real-life stories The non-profit human rights organisation has developed a series of story-telling podcasts to be released periodically, commencing this ...
 Little Black Book2 weeks ago

Plastic block or political tool? Lego changes course on use of its bricks

Updated 1/19/2016 Email Print Ai Weiwei/Instagram The artist Ai Weiwei with Legos from his Instagram account. Are plastic Lego bricks tools of free expression or just toys? Both, it seems. Toymaker Lego A/S has decided it will no ...
 Plastics News2 weeks ago

Wife of Chinese human rights lawyer missing for six months tells of despair

Six months after her husband was spirited into secret detention by security forces, the wife of one of China's top civil rights lawyers has spoken of her grief and despair…Exactly six months on, up to 35 lawyers and activists, including Li ...
 Business & Human Rights4 weeks ago
Radio Free Asia

Ordinary Chinese 'Won't Benefit' From Beijing's Two-Child Policy

China's amended population control policy, which limits couples to two children instead of one, is unlikely to result in an end to official abuses of power or an improvement in women's reproductive rights, analysts said as the new law took effect at ...
 Radio Free Asia1 month ago Ordinary Chinese Wont Benefit From Beijings Two-Child Policy  Mumbai News.Net1 month ago

China Grants Courts Greater Autonomy on Limited Matters

BEIJING — This previous yr has been a time of ups and downs for Judge Jiang Huiling and his 20-yr quest for authorized reform in China . Judge Jiang heads a authorities analysis institute that's spearheading an formidable remake of China's ...
 NigerianHerald.com1 month ago
WorldNetDaily

Media hiding horror of continued forced abortion

Text smaller Text bigger Reggie Littlejohn The rubber stamp legislature in China has approved the government's new two-child policy, under discussion for several months already, and starting Friday, couples are being allowed a second child.
 WorldNetDaily1 month ago China's abortion policy: New name, same death  WorldNetDaily2 months ago
CNN

Member of first generation looks back

Years later I realized that I belonged to the first generation of China's strict one-child family planning policy, which started in the late 1970s and remained largely intact until the ruling Communist Party decided to scrap it Thursday to allow ...
 CNN1 month ago
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