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The US District Court for the Southern District of New York will hold a conference on the Li Peng lawsuit regarding the US State Department’s refusal to comply with plaintiffs’ discovery requests. To date, Defendant Li Peng has not entered an appearance in the case. However, the US State Department...
An undated photo of Lin Zhao, born in 1932, pen-name of Peng Lingzhao. Lin was labeled a “rightist” in 1957 when she was 25 after she made remarks publicly showing sympathy towards “rightist” schoolmates. Later she wrote articles for an unofficial publication and sent a long petition to Mao Zedong...
Li Wangyang, veteran labor rights activist, was convicted of "incitement to subvert state power" in the People's Intermediate Court of Shaoyang, Hunan Province on Sept. 5. Li's brother-in-law, Zhao Baozhu, and many friends were denied access to the proceedings. Li's sister, Li Wanglin has already...
For Immediate Release Human Rights in China (HRIC) has learned from reliable sources that the daughters of Liaoyang labor activists Yao Fuxin and Xiao Yunliang were detained today after attempting to meet lawyer Mo Shaoping in Beijing.
Over 100,000 workers demonstrate in Mianyang City, Sichuan Province, after their factories declare bankruptcy and officials embezzle their unemployment relief money The People's Armed Police suppress the protestors with force, resulting in heavy arrests and injuries Prominent Sichuan dissident Li...
KCRW's To The Point interviews HRIC and other guests on the transition of power from Jiang Zemin to Hu Jintao. Link to interview
BEIJING (AP) -- A former Chinese schoolteacher who appealed on the Internet for free labor unions and other political reforms was sentenced Monday to two years in prison on subversion charges, a human rights organization said. Full Article

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