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July 6, 2012
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Human Rights and Culture
Longji: between tradition and technology, 2007. Photo Credit: fedfil.

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Contesting Chinese Culture(s)
CIMG3118, 2009. Photo Credit: Remko Tanis.

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Chinese Culture and Universal Values
Statute of Confucius outside the National Museum in Tiananmen Square in Beijing, January 2011. Photo Credit: Voice of America News.

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The Crises of Party Culture
Xinhua Gate, 2006. Photo Credit: Neo-Jay.

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The Tea Drinker’s Guide
Teapot, March 2012. Photo Credit: Kalense Kid.

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Open Letter from Chinese Students Abroad
Students on a college campus, June 2012. Photo Credit: HRIC Photo.

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Danny Yung on Critical Thinking, Creativity, and Advocacy Arts
“Tian Tian Xiang Shang” Japan School Development Programme. Photo courtesy of Danny Yung.

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Reclaiming Tibetan Culture
Tibetan children, 2005. Photo Credit: Benjamin Lyons.

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A Culture Endangered: Depopulating the Grasslands Of The Tibetan Plateau
Nomads settlement Sershul in Kham, 2010. Photo Credit: EDD-DIIR.

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The New Face of Lhasa
A typical Tibetan street in Lhasa, 2006. Photo credit: ironmanixs.

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An HRIC Conversation with Tenzin Rigdol
Tenzin Rigdol, Dharmsala, 2011. Photo Courtesy of Tenzin Tsetan Choklay.

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18th Party Congress Watch
1. Billboard of Deng Xiaoping in Shenzhen, 2004. Photo Credit: sstmmd99

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2. Hu Jintao.
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3. Beijing, March 2011. Photo Credit: Remko Tanis.

 

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About the New China Rights Forum
LOGANIACEAE馬錢科- Carolina Jasmine (Gelsemium sempervirens) 金鉤吻/卡羅來納茉莉, 2011. Photo Credit: kaiyanwong223.

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Letters to the Editors
Watching people use technology. Photo Credit: Tricia Wang王聖捷

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