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Liu Fenggang, Xu Yonghai and Zhang Shengqi were tried on Tuesday at the Intermediate People's Court of Hangzhou in eastern Zhejiang province, Xu's wife Li Shanna and New York-based Human Rights in China (HRIC) said. Full Article
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...
Joe McDonald Ding Zilin, Zhang Xianling and Huang Jinping were picked up Sunday at their homes, the New York-based group Human Rights in China said, citing unidentified sources. It said agents seized letters and T-shirts made to mark the 15th anniversary of the deaths. Zhang's husband was told the...
... on trial in Beijing. The New York-based Human Rights in China group says Jiang Lijun was arrested a year ago. The group's Nicolas ... To view full article, please visit: http://www.iwar.org.uk/news-archive/2003/11-04-2 .
The Sydney Morning Herald On Saturday the US-based group Human Rights in China said a prominent land rights activist, Liu Xinjuan, had been sent to a psychiatric hospital after she tried to petition authorities in Shanghai. Ms Liu was detained last Monday as she prepared an appeal to the local...
"The brutal beating of Zhao Xin is a clear example of the escalating use of thug violence to intimidate grass-roots activists," said Sharon Hom, executive director of the advocacy group Human Rights in China. "Like the Taishi crackdown in Guangdong province," she added, referring to the beating of...
This letter from petitioner Mao Hengfeng was sent to U.S. President Barack Obama in advance of his 2009 trip to China.
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Meng Lang About the poet Meng Lang was working at Shenzhen University in 1989 as the editor for the university press. He served time in prison following June Fourth for his participation in the editing of underground publications. He is a poet and an author in the United States and is co-founder of...
Meng Lang About the poet Meng Lang was working at Shenzhen University in 1989 as the editor for the university press. He served time in prison following June Fourth for his participation in the editing of underground publications. He is a poet and an author in the United States and is co-founder of...

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