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Chen Guangcheng Goes to Washington

loading... Author: , Adjunct Senior Fellow for Asia Studies July 19, 2014 The Diplomat Some of us are old enough to remember the wonderful 1939 Frank Capra film Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, starring Jimmy Stewart. It was the improbable story ... Council On Foreign Relations, 1 month ago

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Editorial: Ilham Tohti, the professor who terrifies Beijing

By , ILHAM TOHTI is a respected professor of economics, a moderate leader of an oppressed minority group in China and an advocate of gradual, nonviolent reform. He is also, as of Tuesday, a dangerous criminal in the eyes of China's Communist ...
 Washington Post4 days ago
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Daughters of Chinese Dissidents Call for Meeting With Obama

WASHINGTON—With the vocal support of four congressmen, five daughters of political prisoners in China made a plea to the Chinese communist regime to release their fathers from prison. At a press conference, which was held at House Triangle outside ...
 Epoch Times1 week ago Daughters of Chinese activists demand meeting with Obama (AFP)  Yahoo!Xtra1 week ago
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With crash probe, China turns up heat on ex-security chief Zhou

BEIJING/HONG, KONG Little is known about the exact circumstances in which Wang Shuhua was killed. What has been reported, in the Chinese media, is that she died in a road accident sometime in 2000, shortly after she was divorced from her husband.
 Japan Times1 week ago China investigating Zhou Yongkang for death of ex-wife  Asiaone2 weeks ago SPECIAL REPORT-China turns up heat on ex-security chief with crash probe  Reuters UK2 weeks ago China Turns Up Heat on Ex-Security Chief With Crash Probe  Irrawaddy2 weeks ago
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Mr. Gao's nightmare

By , THEY KEPT him in a cell so small he could walk barely two steps in any direction. There was no sunlight, no ventilation; just one five-watt bulb, burning dimly 24 hours a day. He was allowed nothing to read and no one to speak with, not ...
 Washington Post2 weeks ago

Editorial: China's human rights abuses demand a tougher U.S. approach

By , THEY KEPT him in a cell so small he could walk barely two steps in any direction. There was no sunlight, no ventilation; just one five-watt bulb, burning dimly 24 hours a day. He was allowed nothing to read and no one to speak with, not ...
 Washington Post2 weeks ago

The Law Society of Upper Canada expresses grave concerns about the ongoing detention of Tang Jingling and his colleagues in China

TORONTO, Sept. 10, 2014 /CNW/ - The Law Society of Upper Canada is gravely concerned about the ongoing detention of lawyer Tang Jingling and his colleagues in China. Tang Jingling is a prominent human rights defender who has fought for the rights ...
 Canada NewsWire2 weeks ago
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Wife of Tormented Chinese Lawyer Gao Zhisheng Seeks US Help

WASHINGTON—Traditional Chinese medicine says that the tooth is the strongest bone in the human body. But in the case of Gao Zhisheng, the renowned Chinese rights lawyer, even the strongest bone could not resist the immense pressure and punishment ...
 Epoch Times2 weeks ago A Chinese activist: Out of prison but not free  Washington Post3 weeks ago China: Free Prominent Rights Lawyer  Human Rights Watch2 months ago
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Great mall of China

Modern China is a fascinating place. It is a country where the Communist Party strains to maintain an autocratic grip on information in the era of the internet. It is a terrain where dissidents, artists and intellectuals attempt to preach the ...
 Times Live South Africa3 weeks ago
Abu Dhabi National

China has a high-yield, but low-trust society, says author of Age of Ambition

In May 1979, Lin Zhengyi, a young captain in the Taiwanese army, was stationed on the island of Quemoy, just off the Chinese coast. Late one night, he sniffed the air and took the plunge. A few hours later, he staggered ashore in China, where he was ...
 Abu Dhabi National1 month ago
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