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Veteran Shenzhen Rights Activist Gets Three Years For 'Subversion'
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Veteran Shenzhen Rights Activist Gets Three Years For 'Subvers...

Authorities in the southern Chinese province of Guangdong on Tuesday handed down a three-year jail term for subversion to a Shenzhen-based rights activist who helped ordinary people petition the government over violations of their rights, his lawyer ... Radio Free Asia, 2 days ago
XINHUA - Man exonerated from murder after 6 years in jail Namibia Press Agency, 3 weeks ago
Intellectual Asset Management

As China's specialist IP courts approach their first birthday, trends are emerging - and demand is high

Demand from would-be litigants to have their cases handled by China's new specialist IP courts is higher than anticipated, according to a recent updatefrom thecountry's Supreme People's Court (SPC). Speaking at a press conference last month,Wang ...
 Intellectual Asset Management1 month ago

Wal-Mart uprising: The battle for labour rights in ...

Listen When Zhang Jun, a 44-year old electrician at Wal-Mart (China) Investment Co., Ltd. in Shandong, east of Beijing, shared his association's Weibo blog, featuring a Mao-era propaganda poster, he was trying to make a point. In it, Mao beams ...
 Gulf Time UAE1 week ago

Disgraced Officials 'Paying Bribes to Get Jail Terms Cut'

(Beijing) Over 120 inmates who used to hold major government posts have paid to get paroles or have their sentences cut last year, the country's top prosecutor says. Cao Jianming, director of Supreme People's Procuratorate, told legislators on ...
 Caixin Online3 weeks ago
New Yorker

The Two Asian Americas

In 1928, an Indian immigrant named Vaishno Das Bagai rented a room in San Jose, turned on the gas, and ended his life. He was thirty-seven. He had come to San Francisco thirteen years earlier with his wife and two children, dreaming and hoping to ...
 New Yorker1 month ago
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Vietnam asks to investigate tea firm director's sudden death Ms Ha Thuy Linh (photo), Vietnamese tea firm director who was found dead in China, regained consciousness for a while in hospital to explain what happened before dying, lawyer Truong ...
 VietNamNet Bridge1 month ago
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