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Dear Chairman Xi, We are writing to you on International Mother Language Day, a day to embrace and enjoy cultural and linguistic diversity and multilingualism. Every year since 2000, this day has been marked around the world with the aim of promoting peace and preserving mother tongues, one of the...
"... Human Rights in China says friends of Hu Shigen, 49, report that he has been transformed into an old man by harsh treatment during his 13 years in prison so far. The rights group says Mr. Hu is suffering from malnutrition, chronic pack pain, intestinal problems and a disfigured finger that was...
... The New York-based Human Rights in China (HRIC) group said police from the Fujian provincial and municipal Public Security Bureaus stormed into the home of Zhao Yan’s father in the northeastern city of Harbin. In a statement July 13, HRIC said, "Zhao has already lost his job and his father as a...
Christopher Bodeen BEIJING -- An activist for China's unofficial Christian church has been detained after investigating the destruction of churches by authorities in eastern China, human rights groups say. Liu Fenggang, 43, was detained on Oct. 13 in the city of Hangzhou while visiting with leaders...
The indictment charges Guo and Sun with “gathering crowds to disrupt order in public places,” in connection with Guo’s alleged role in organizing street actions in January 2013 outside the gate of the Guangzhou-based publication Southern Weekly to support its staff’s protest against editorial...
On May 8, Xie Yang, a human rights lawyer detained during the 709 Crackdown and charged with “inciting subversion of state power” and “disrupting court order,” was tried in a so-called open first instance trial at Changsha Intermediate People's Court. In court, Xie admitted to his alleged crimes,...
This issue, "Steadfast in the Storm: Hong Kong Towards 2017 and Beyond," is on the 2014 mass movement in Hong Kong to preserve fundamental rights and fight for genuine universal suffrage...
Four Beijing rights defense lawyers—Cheng Hai (程海), Liang Xiaojun (梁小军), Wang Quanzhang (王全章), and Han Zhiguang (韩志广)—had planned to appear in a hearing for 13 Falun Gong practitioners being charged in a Dalian Court, Liaoning Province, on April 12.
In her appeal below, Chu Ling ( 楚玲 ), the wife of the imprisoned political cartoonist and rights activist Jiang Yefei ( 姜野飞 ) , urges the Canadian government, the United Nations, and international human rights organizations to intervene in her husband’s case. Chu calls on them to pressure the...
Through the current policy of “reversion of employment age,” a significant number of people who underwent Reform-through-Labor, or who were fired or dismissed, or who voluntarily resigned from their jobs are unable to claim pension and medical insurance otherwise accumulated from their time working...

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