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1989 Democracy Movement veteran Jiang Pinchao, now living in Los Angeles, compiled 385 poems to mark the 18th anniversary of the June 4th crackdown. Advance drafts of the book, reproduced in pirated editions, have been confiscated by officials throughout China. This is translations of a small...
Kyodo News Off campus, police have detained "dissidents" in connection with the earlier demonstrations, according to the New York-based advocacy group Human Rights in China. The rights group named eight people detained, including Beijing AIDS activist Hu Jia and Xu Wanping, a former 1989 democracy...
The detentions came in advance of a new law that takes effect Sunday and bars officials from impeding petitioners, the New York-based Human Rights in China said. It said local authorities might have been trying to block grievances before the new restrictions take effect. Full Text
Matt Pottinger "...In a statement yesterday, New York-based Human Rights in China cited petitioners who said they were beaten, prodded with electric wands and held in a stadium before being shipped out of Beijing. The group said police from the northeastern city of Benxi drugged the food they...
Japan Today "Last Friday, a forensic medical team of the Public Security Bureau went to Shijiazhuang, capital of Hebei Province, to examine the bodies and see if the girls had died from charcoal fume inhalation in their textile factory dormitory room or because of a lack of medical care later,...
Xiao Qiang "...BERKELEY, California On March 17, 2003, Sun Zhigang, 27, a college graduate working as a graphic designer in Guangzhou, was stopped by the police. He was detained for not having proper identity papers and died in custody three days later. After the authorities refused to investigate...
The Age (Australia) "...The purported last interview has been circulated by one of Mr Zhao's former policy advisers, Chen Yizi, now living in the US, who said he obtained it from someone who met Mr Zhao last year. Mr Chen told the New York-based group Human Rights in China that he had taken steps...
Recently President Bush declared a war on tyranny – but didn’t include China. Political commentator Hu Ping, who is a member of HRIC’s board of directors, published an editorial in the Asian Wall Street Journal discussing the unrealistic expectations western leaders continue to hold toward the...
"...The sentencing has drawn protests from overseas human rights advocates like Nicholas Becquelin of the New York-based Human Rights in China group, who says the government has recently tried to stop the protests from spreading by imposing a general ban on news coverage of land seizures. ..." Full...
"...Meanwhile in Shanghai, hundreds of people who gathered Tuesday to air unrelated grievances in front of a government building were detained by police after they began expressing sorrow over Zhao's death, a human rights group said. Some of the detainees were beaten, New York-based Human Rights in...

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