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Excerpted from Canada.com : Sharon Hom, executive director of New York-based Humanr Rights in China, said in a statement that Psiphon has "great potential" but isn't a "magic bullet." "The Chinese government has deployed vast resources to maintain information control and censorship," Hom said...
The information contained in this summary is based on information collected by HRIC in November and is not intended as a complete list. Rather, it should be viewed as a representation of larger trends of dissent and repression in China. Labor Media Censorship Petitions and Protests Human Rights...
Human Rights in China (HRIC) has learned that serious interference by local authorities has resulted in several witnesses failing to appear at the retrial of blind activist Chen Guangcheng.
Human Rights in China (HRIC) welcomes the announcement of a Human Rights Exhibition to be held in Beijing. This is a step forward for the Chinese government, signaling its acceptance of the importance and relevance of human rights for China. While Dong Yunhu, vice chairman of the China Society for...
Excerpted from AsiaNews : Zibo City Intermediate People's Court has sentenced cyber-dissident Li Jianping to two years in prison after finding him guilty of "incitement to subvert state power". The judges handed down the verdict six months after he went to trial and more than 500 days after he was...
Excerpted from Reuters : On Wednesday, the New York-based group, Human Rights in China (HRIC), urged China to examine the case of a private mine owner in the southwestern province of Guizhou whose colliery, it said, was taken away from him after he refused to give free dividends to local officials.
Human Rights in China (HRIC) has learned of the case of a mine operator forced to surrender control of his mine after he refused to issue shares to local Party and Mines Bureau officials. The case illustrates the kind of rampant official corruption and abuse of power that contributes to China's...
Excerpted from The Globe and Mail : "This alarming trend raises serious concerns about the Chinese government's commitment to its stated goal of establishing a rule of law," the independent U.S.-based organization Human Rights in China concluded in a report this summer.
Excerpted from AsiaNews : Shanghai residents are increasingly victims of police intimidation, including arbitrary arrest, physical and psychological abuse and even torture for protesting and organising petition drives against local authorities over housing disputes that involve forced evictions and...
Excerpted from International Herald Tribune : Du Yangming, a man in his 60s, Wang Shuizhen and Tian Baocheng were due to appear in a Shanghai court Wednesday on charges of "causing a disturbance" during a meeting of Chinese and Central Asian leaders in June, Human Rights in China said in a...

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