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September 28, 2017: The Umbrella Movement, Three Years On Civic groups in Hong Kong commemorate the third anniversary of the Umbrella Movement, which called for universal suffrage and an end to political interference from mainland China. The tens of thousands of protestors who participated in the...
“Although the June Fourth tragedy has become history, the catastrophe it brought has not yet come to an end, and it is difficult for the wounds to heal.” — Tiananmen Mothers , June 1, 2018 It has been 29 years since the Chinese authorities unleashed a bloody crackdown on the 1989 Democracy Movement...
This is a compilation of the advance questions posed by UN member states to China, in the lead up to China’s UPR on November 6, 2018. The questions are originally posted on the OHCHR webpage on China’s UPR under “Questions submitted in advance.” ADVANCE QUESTIONS TO CHINA (FIRST BATCH) – REV...
Two new books in English about Chinese workers make important contributions to the growing body of information on the Chinese working class, past and present. Tim Pringle points to some lessons for effective strategies to support China’s labor movement that arise from his reading of these books...
A conversation with Christine Loh Christine Loh reflects on her experiences in China, as well as her work as a Hong Kong legislator and CEO of Civic Exchange, a public policy think tank. In looking back at 30 years of reform, Loh notes improvements in peoples’ lives, yet at the same time,...
Number of Visitors to Hong Kong 2000–2010 Purpose of Visit for Overnight Mainland Visitors to Hong Kong in 2010
Transcribed by HRIC of oral statements delivered in English or interpreted. Archived video of the review is available here . This transcription includes statements by: Australia Austria Brazil Canada Czech Republic Denmark Estonia Finland France Germany Iceland Ireland Japan Kazakhstan...
REPRESSION PRECEDES CONGRESS In the run-up to the November 16th CCP Congress, the political atmosphere became increasingly restrictive, with various dissidents taken into detention and bans on media reporting of “negative” news. A week before the Congress opened, authorities instructed hotel...
25 Years after June Fourth On June 4, 1989, the Chinese authorities responded to massive citizen calls for democracy and a more open and accountable government with a violent military crackdown. Over the past 25 years, while economic reform has dramatically changed the face of China, the no-...
Promoting China’s Implementation of Its Human Rights Obligations HRIC highlighted issues of concern to a UN expert committee regarding China’s efforts in eliminating racial discrimination. On August 6 in Geneva, HRIC Executive Director Sharon Hom briefed the UN Committee on the Elimination of...


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