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Calgary Herald "...Since her second pregnancy in the late 1980s, Mao has been detained in psychiatric wards, coerced into an abortion and removed from her job. On Wednesday, the New York-based group Human Rights in China said Mao's sentence has been extended by another three months...." Full Article
Seattle Times "...They cited the case of Mao Hengfeng, a Shanghai woman serving 1- 1/2 years in a labor camp for her campaign to abolish coerced abortions. Since her second pregnancy in the late 1980s, Mao has been detained in psychiatric wards, forced to have an abortion and removed from her job...
The Christian Post HRIC conducted a comparison of four Google sites – Google.cn, Google.com.tw, and Google.com in English and in Chinese - to illustrate how certain search queries were filtered out using Google.cn. When searching for such phrases as "human rights in China," "Chinese Communist Party...
AsiaNews.it by Bernardo Cervellera "...When Mr Chirac proposed to lift the ban back in October, Human Rights in China wrote that “the Chinese are ashamed of Chirac” because he would end the embargo without any guarantees human rights would be respected. Should the Chinese people now be ashamed of...
Google garnered praise among net enthusiasts for its "Don't Be Evil" motto even as it became a multi-billion-dollar public company. That's one reason why its plan to restrict sites in China has caused such a furor in the US. But Google isn't the only American internet company complying with Chinese...
Inter Press Service News Agency Antoaneta Bezlova
Despite more than a decade working in an office overlooking the Statue of Liberty, mainland democracy activist Liu Qing sheepishly admits to never having visited the New York icon of freedom. Work pressure has kept the two apart, but the retiring president of Human Rights in China (HRIC) hopes...
HRIC mourns the loss of Mr. Liu Binyan, who passed away on Dec. 5, 2005, and extends its sincere condolences to his family. Mr. Liu joined the Chinese Communist Party in the 1940s. Although he suffered from persecution and was expelled from the CCP many times, he exposed and critiqued social...
"...Responding to those remarks, the New York-based group Human Rights in China said the passage of time hadn't diminished the seriousness of the crackdown. It said Chirac's comments "profoundly dishonour" Chinese who are still pressing their government to disclose the death toll and other details...
"...The New York-based group Human Rights in China criticized Chirac's comments, saying the passage of time hadn't diminished the seriousness of the attack in Beijing's Tiananmen Square. It said Chirac's comments "profoundly dishonor" Chinese who are still pressing their government to disclose the...

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