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US urges China to free dissident Liu Xiaobo

to free democracy campaigner Liu Xiaobo but stayed mum on a bid to rename a Washington street after him. Beijing has warned the United States against the bid in Congress to name the street outside China's embassy in honour of Liu, a writer who was sentenced ... Business Standard, 2 months ago

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In China, big companies are learning the business of human rights

IBM and Ai Weiwei, LOreal and Liu Xiaobo, Daimler and the Dalai Lama. In many senses these aren't likely pairings, but suddenly it seems major international corporations and critics of the Chinese government have more in common than previously ...
 Globe and Mail5 days ago…  Globe and Mail5 days ago
Radio Free Asia

Moon Festival Shines Spotlight on China's Prisoners of Conscience

Most political prisoners in China, including Nobel laureate Liu Xiaobo, were again deprived of being with their families at the traditional Mid-Autumn festival, which fell on Monday, as people in the country lighted lanterns, ate moon cakes and ...
 Radio Free Asia2 weeks ago China rights lawyer malnourished after prison (AFP)  West Australian1 month ago A newly released Chinese dissident may be doomed to a different kind of prison  Quartz1 month ago

Integrating Genomics and Proteomics Data to Predict Drug Effects Using Binary Linear Programming

by Zhiwei Ji, Jing Su, Chenglin Liu, Hongyan Wang, Deshuang Huang, Xiaobo Zhou The Library of Integrated Network-Based Cellular Signatures (LINCS) project aims to create a network-based understanding of biology by cataloging changes in gene ...
 Plosone.org2 months ago
International Business Times UK

Anti-Government Chinese Hackers Hijack TV Station

A Weibo user posts a screengrab of a message hackers broadcast on Chinese TV, in support of jailed dissident Lu Xiaobo.(Weibo) The Chinese Anti-Communist Party Hackers group hijacked a primetime cable TV network on Friday, broadcasting images of ...
 International Business Times UK1 month ago
China Digital Times

Sensitive: Anti-Communists Hack Wenzhou TV

As of August 1, the following search terms were blocked on SinaWeibo(not including the search for user function). Liu Xiaobo (bottom right) and other dissidents made a surprise appearance on Wenzhou TV tonight. ( 韩福东 /Weibo) Wenzhou TV ...
 China Digital Times1 month ago

Four Nobel laureates to grace Dalai Lama's Nobel anniversary

Peace laureates will attend a programme here next month to mark the silver jubilee of the conferment of the Nobel Prize on Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama, a statement said Monday. The programme, being organised by the Central Tibetan ...
 ProKerala.com18 hours ago No South Africa Visa For Dalai Lama: China's Growing Influence In Africa Analysis  Eurasia Review1 week ago Nobel Peace laureates in Hiroshima  News24.com1 month ago

WARNING: The Internet Might End in December

J sayuri/WorldPost Illustration SAN FRANCISCO -- The end of globalization, G-Zero, Balkanization, fragmentation and the end of the Internet are all ways of describing the end of a half-century of much of the world becoming increasingly ...
 Huffington Post14 hours ago

Mikhail Khodorkovsky will visit Forum 2000 in October

There is still time to register to attend talks at the conference in Prague The 18th annual Forum 2000 conference, titled Democracy and Its Discontents: A Quarter-Century After the Iron Curtain and Tiananmen will be attended this year by a record ...
 Prague Post17 hours ago

How serious is China about investing in India?

Does anyone really believe that the Chinese are going to invest $100 billion in India,? asks Rahul Jacob.   A couple of years ago, a satire of People magazine’s annual “Sexiest Man Alive” issue was splashed across the website of  China’s leading newspaper, People’s Daily. Any country with a free press would have spotted the story for the hoax it was. The Onion, the irreverent United States publication, had put, of all people, Kim Jong-un, the pudgy North ...
 Rediff.com4 days ago Mr Xi's Big Lie  Business Standard India5 days ago Rahul Jacob: Mr Xi's Big Lie  Business Standard India5 days ago
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