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May 14, 2002 [English translation by Human Rights in China]
Before Occupy, I wouldn’t have known just how creative this city is. There wasn’t a true public space where people could create and share. But Occupy became that space: it connected people of different classes and professional backgrounds—to create in a way Hong Kong people had never been able to...
When the news broke in March that US-based Chinese scholar Gao Zhan had been detained on spying charges, it quickly led to the release of information about other similar cases of academics who had been arrested by State Security authorities.
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In the report of the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) of China issued by the UPR Working Group this morning, while accepting some recommendations on the promotion of human rights in general, China rejected many of the recommendations made by UN member states to implement specific measures and...
Experiments in governance Many claims are made about the potential impact on China’s democratization of the election of village committees there. Cynics assert that these elections are nothing but show. Anne F. Thurston looks at the reality on the ground, including how village committees fit into...
Excerpted from Infosud (via Swissinfo) : Circle your adversary rather than launch a frontal attack is the Maoist tactic chosen by Human Rights in China (HRIC), when it came to Geneva to confront one of the world’s biggest powers. The human rights situation in China was submitted for scrutiny on...
It has been nearly two years since China’s first access to information statute took effect on May 1, 2008.

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