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Shi Tao, 37, received his sentence late last month after a procedure that did not reflect well on the reign of President Hu Jintao, Human Rights in China said in a statement. Full Text
China hs been accused by two US-based human rights groups of conducting a "crushing campaign of religious repression" against Muslim Uighurs. It is being done in the name of anti-separatism and counter-terrorism, says a joint report by Human Rights Watch and Human Rights in China . Full Text
Human Rights in China (HRIC) has learned that the health of house church leader Liu Fenggang is deteriorating in prison due to lack of treatment for his heart condition. In addition, it appears that another imprisoned house church leader, Xu Yonghai , has been held well beyond his proper release...
The Korea Times The plight of China’s journalists has been depicted graphically by He Qinglian, former editor of the Shenzhen Legal Daily who now lives in exile in the United States. In her manuscript “Media Control in China” published by Human Rights in China , the editor and economist recounts...
Despite more than a decade working in an office overlooking the Statue of Liberty, mainland democracy activist Liu Qing sheepishly admits to never having visited the New York icon of freedom. Work pressure has kept the two apart, but the retiring president of Human Rights in China (HRIC) hopes...
Three Gorges News Probe Service Four men were arrested at the same time as Ms. Wang, but she received the harshest punishment. Liu Zhengzhen was sentenced to three years, and remains in jail, while Xia Chenghu, Wu Yansheng and Qin Wenjun have been released, according to the New York office of Human...
The St. Petersburg Times We had been warned by Human Rights in China , the group in New York that had referred us to Fu, that foreign journalists who interviewed him in the past had been detained and harassed by police. Full Text
The Japan Times As Sharon Hom, executive director of Human Rights in China, stated to a U.S. congressional executive commission on China, "The future of democracy in China is interrelated to the promotion of human rights and the rule of the law that is transparent and fair, and to a judiciary and...
Sharon Hom, the executive director of the New York-based rights group Human Rights in China , was detained for five hours in a Beijing hotel by security officers on June 21, according to a commentary written by her that was published in the Asian Wall Street Journal on Friday. She was in the...
"China cannot hope for a harmonious society until it achieves resolution on naging issues such as June 4th, which will remain a thorn in public consciousness until justice is served," the chairman of the New York-based Human Rights in China , Liu Qing, said in a statement. Full Text

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