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China exports its repression
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Chen Guangcheng: Obama soft on China amid widening human right...

President Barack Obama has emboldened China's Communist Party by failing to publicly condemn its human rights abuses, according to Chen Guangcheng, a prominent Chinese dissident who spoke with the Washington Free Beacon amid a widening crackdown on ..., 1 week ago
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BOOK REVIEW: 'The Barefoot Lawyer: A Blind Man's Fight for Justice and Freedom in China'

THE BAREFOOT LAWYER: A BLIND MANS FIGHT FOR JUSTICE AND FREEDOM IN CHINA By Chen Guangcheng Henry Holt , $30, 330 pages) I have followed China 's brutal one-child policy from its inception in 1979. Living in China at the time, I saw how poor ...
 Washington Times2 months ago A Blind Lawyer vs. Blind Chinese Power  China Digital Times1 month ago
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Chen Guangcheng: 26 years after Tiananmen, things are worse in China

Twenty-six years ago Thursday in China, the protests by students and other ordinary citizens calling for democracy, liberty and an end to corruption were crushed by the Chinese Communist Party. The People's Liberation Army, acting on the orders of ...
 Fnews.com1 month ago Twenty-six years after Tiananmen, things are worse in China  Canberra Times1 month ago China Uncensored: China's Gestapo, the 610 Office  Epoch Times2 months ago

Dispatches: Broken Promise of Justice for Chinese Activist's Family

Chen Kegui, the nephew of prominent blind activist Chen Guangcheng , is to be released from prison today. But if the recent past is a guide, Chen Kegui's return to his home village in Linyi County, Shandong Province, is unlikely to bring genuine ...
 Human Rights Watch22 hours ago

COCKBURN: how long before NYPD kills a protester?

LET'S SUPPOSE that the blind Chinese dissident, Chen Guangcheng, remains spunky and rebellious once he's settled in at New York University, and decides some time during the summer to join an Occupy demonstration, along with his wife. Here's what ...
 The Week UK1 month ago

Muslim Kazakhstan Dreams to Host First Olympics

ALMATY Competing against China to host the 2022 Winter Olympics, Kazakhstan aims to be become the first Muslims country to host the Olympics in the its largest city, Almaty. "We would like to hold such Olympic Games so that the names of ...
 OnIslam.net3 hours ago Beijing must not win 2022 Winter Olympics bid, say human rights activists  MSN UK8 hours ago Rights Advocates Oppose Beijing Winter Olympics Bid  China Digital Times12 hours ago Chinese Activists Urge IOC to Reject Beijing's 2022 Winter Olympics Bid  Radio Free Asia4 days ago

China cracks down on Hong Kong evangelists

By Juliana Liu Hong Kong correspondent, BBC News 22 July 2015 China has restricted the use of crosses outside Protestant and Catholic churches in some provinces Few things frighten Philip Woo, a pastor and missionary based in Hong Kong.
 BBC6 days ago
Nikkei Asian Review

The perils of life in Xi's China

TOKYO -- A new tragic drama featuring human rights lawyers and activists in China started unfolding at around 3:00 a.m. on July 9. Police raided the home of Wang Yu, 44, a prominent lawyer, in Beijing. Close Human rights lawyer Wang Yu in ...
 Nikkei Asian Review1 week ago China: More than 100 rights lawyers detained or questioned in nationwide crackdown on activists, including lawyers who handled cases on corporate abuses  Business & Human Rights2 weeks ago China crackdown on human rights lawyers continues  Qatar Tribune2 weeks ago China targets lawyers in new human rights crackdown  Demanjo2 weeks ago

Chinese efforts to quash human rights campaigns rippling out of control

This statement was originally published on on 13 july 2015. A string of disappearances and arrests of over 100 human rights lawyers in China in the past week is the boldest move yet in Beijing's sprawling campaign to destroy ...
 Ifex2 weeks ago

Dozens More Lawyers And Activists Arrested In China Crackdown

BEIJING (Alliance News) - At least 146 human rights lawyers and activists from across China have been detained, summoned by police or have disappeared in a nationwide crackdown, rights groups said Tuesday.Some 124 people, from over 20 cities and ...
 London South East2 weeks ago Dozens of China lawyers and activists reported missing...  Dalje.com2 weeks ago
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