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"It's up to the Chinese government to make guests, including NGOs, feel welcome and safe. If they issue an invitation, we're happy to go," Ms Hom said. Ms Hom, the executive director of Human Rights in China , attended the European Union-China Human Rights seminar in Beijing on June 20-21. Full Text
Human Rights in China published an analysis of search results using Google's search engine, saying it showed that content deemed politically sensitive is filtered to prevent it reaching Chinese internet users. "Google joins a host of other leading technology companies, including Microsoft and Yahoo...
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...
HRIC Executive Director Sharon Hom’s recent experience in Beijing shows that behind the story of China’s "economic miracle," the apparatus of state control remains firmly entrenched. Read her op-ed detailing the encounter and its lessons in the Asian Wall Street Journal : "Beijing Police Undermine...
Since the end of April, members of the Independent Chinese PEN Center—honorary council member Mrs. Gao Yu, council member Mrs. Liu Di, member Hu Shigen, and others—successively “lost contact” with the outside world. The homes of human rights lawyer Pu Zhiqiang, Beijing Film Academy professor Hao...
On March 17, 2009, the Haidian District Judicial Bureau in Beijing ordered a six-month shutdown of Yitong, the Beijing law firm well known for handling controversial and sensitive cases. The Bureau said that the firm violated the law in allowing a lawyer, Li Subin ( 李苏滨) , to work without a license.
"Leaking State Secrets": The Case of Gao Yu
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In this article , Ai Xiaoming’s provides a portrait of Lin Zhao, a Peking University student who was killed during the Cultural Revolution for criticizing the “tyranny” of the Chinese Communists, and discusses Lin Zhao’s articles, poems, and portions of her prison writings. Ai believes that Lin's...

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