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A statement Thursday by New York-based Human Rights in China says the conviction of freelance journalist Shi Tao has raised widespread concern about Beijing's suppression of free speech. Full Text
Human Rights Watch and Human Rights in China released a report Tuesday saying China is suppressing Islam in the Xinjian gUighur Autonomous Region, as a way of controlling Uighur nationalis. Full Text
Richard Spencer "...The Human Rights in China group said: 'The bloody suppression of unarmed civilians cannot be considered a matter of 'another time' after 15 short years'..." Full Article
People’s Republic of Amnesia

“Twenty-five years after the bloody suppression of pro-democracy demonstrations in Beijing, the government continues to deploy its technologies of forgetting -- censorship of the media, falsification of history, and the amnesiac drug of shallow nationalism -- to silence those who dare to remember and deter those who want to inquire. But the truth itself does not change; it only finds new ways to come out. Lim gives eloquent voice to the silenced witnesses, and uncovers the hidden nightmares that trouble China's surface calm.” –Andrew J. Nathan, coeditor, The Tiananmen Papers

From Sui-Lee Wee and Maxim Duncan with Reuters, “ China's Tiananmen Mothers criticize Xi for lack of reforms” : In an open letter released on Friday through New York-based Human Rights in China , the group said Xi "has mixed together the things that were most unpopular and most in need of...
In his poem (Chinese only), Guo Yongfeng, a Shenzhen-based rights defender—who considers himself a “new fighter for democracy”—expresses his admiration for a veteran who devoted his entire life to the cause of democracy in China as well has his anger towards the authorities which had brutally...
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by Alan A. Stone, M.D. Psychiatric Times "...China’s persecution of the Falun Gong was obviously not the first occasion for human rights groups to focus on China. The ruthless and bloody suppression of the pro-democracy movement after the student demonstrations in Tiananmen Square in 1989 mobilized...
Patrick Goodenough
StoneLion Suppression was also visible in the exclusion of certain NGOs from the summit because their focus on human rights might embarrass the governments that trample them. For instance, the summit refused to accredit Human Rights In China , a group that criticizes the Chinese government for (...


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