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The No. 2 man in one of the Communist Party's key secret police forces in southern China has been placed under disciplinary investigation, effectively ending...
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How does China define human rights?

After diplomatic debate over dissident Chen Guangcheng, we ask on what basis the US should judge China's rights record. Chen Guangcheng is the Chinese dissident behind a diplomatic rift between the US and China. After months of wrangling over ... Al Jazeera, 1 week ago

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BOOK REVIEW: The Barefoot Lawyer

THE burden of courage seems easily borne by some. Blind since infancy, Chen Guangcheng has had to cope with his disability in the context of systematic and inveterate prejudice against disabled people. He has fought for the right to an education, ...
 BDlive1 month ago BOOK REVIEW: 'The Barefoot Lawyer: A Blind Man's Fight for Justice and Freedom in China'  Washington Times1 month ago A Blind Lawyer vs. Blind Chinese Power  China Digital Times1 week 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 Times1 month 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 week ago

360 to 400 Million Babies Have Been Aborted in China Since Adoption of the One-Child Policy

In a recent Congressional hearing, blind Chinese activist and attorney Chen Guangcheng said that in the 35-years since China's brutal one-child policy hundreds of millions of babies have been killed. Due to the overwhelming ...
 Town Hall1 month ago China murders millions with forced abortion rule  Catholic Online1 month ago Pro-life Activist: In 35 Years of China's One-Child Policy, 360 to 400 Million Babies Aborted  CNS News2 months ago

Chen Guangcheng Calls China's Violent Population Control Policies 'Genocide' Calls for International Tribunal

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China allegedly denies medical treatment to political prisoners

See Also Chinese authorities continue to deny medical treatment to political prisoners, including a 71-year-old journalist, the Wall Street Journal writes in an editorial. Gao Yu is a grandmother who has repeatedly been imprisoned for her reporting ...
 Business Insider4 days ago

China Declines Treatment to Political Criminals Washington Free Beacon

Following a prison visit this month, Ms. Gao's brother reported that she's struggling with severe heart discomfort along with a chronic skin allergy. Her heart troubles date to 1989, when she was jailed for 15 several weeks among Beijing's ...
 NewsListOnline4 days ago

Interview: NYU Shanghai Chancellor Discusses His University's Place in China's Current Political Atmosphere

NYU Shanghai Chancellor Yu Lizhong at the 2015 National Chinese Language Conference in Atlanta. (Ben Kornegay/ProgressiveImagesPhoto) After New York University (NYU) began academic exchanges with Shanghai's East China Normal University (ECNU) in ...
 AsiaSource4 days ago

China's rulers don't represent its people

Philippine Daily Inquirer Publication Date : 30-06-2015 The rulers of China insist on bilateral talks with the Philippines to foist China's indisputable sovereignty over lost territories. Ok, let's talk, but we insist on talking with ...
 Asia News Network5 days ago
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