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From Principle to Pragmatism: Can "Dialogue" Improve China's Human Rights Situation?
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Major Problems Found in Three Gorges Dam Resettlement Program
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Human Rights in China is outraged with the sentencing of China Democracy Party (CDP) founders Wang Youcai and Xu Wenli to prison terms of 11 and 13 years, respectively. The sentences were handed down after separate one-day trials that were closed to the public. Both Wang Youcai and Xu Wenli were...
Police forced people petitioning for justice in Beijing, including a well-known victim of China's one-child policy, to return to Shanghai and beat several of them, a rights group said Wednesday. The group of several dozen petitioners was detained in the capital on December 28, New York based Human...
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Zhejiang Province Standing Committee of the People's Congress

Focus Topic: Extreme Poverty and Human Rights (专题:赤贫和人权)

End-of-mission statement on China, by Professor Philip Alston, United Nations Special Rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights
联合国赤贫和人权问题特别报告员菲利普•奥尔斯顿结束对中国访问的声明
UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, August 23, 2016

[Wu Zeheng] After proposing, in 1998 and 1999, government reforms, including greater government transparency, establishing non-Party oversight bodies, and ending corruption, Wu Zeheng, a Guangdong-based Buddhist leader, was sentenced to 11 years in prison on the charges of "illegal business" and "...
Jonathan Mirsky is a historian and journalist specializing in Chinese affairs. In 1990, he was named British International Reporter of the Year for his coverage of the 1989 Democracy Movement in China. Until 1998, he was the East Asia editor of The Times of London.

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