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Emily Lau (Hong Kong Legislative Council, China Human Rights Lawyers Concern Group) :
I will share something not from the bigger political picture or focused specifically on human rights,
I think I could say that rule of law, or the aspirations for rule of law, is something that is in com
China is a country with a lot of problems of what political scientists call “stateness. ” That is to say, the state itself is not a subject of broad consensus, with respect to both its geographic boundaries or to its membership. There are a lot of examples of important parts of China that are not...
Bao Pu is a political commentator and the publisher of New Century Press in Hong Kong. He is also one of the translators and editors of Prisoner of the State: The Secret Journal of Premier Zhao Ziyang (2009). He serves on the board of Human Rights in China.
We are pleased to announce that in 2012, Human Rights in China (HRIC) will re-launch the China Rights Forum (CRF), as an expanded, electronic publication.
This issue explores the question of what roles Hong Kong and mainland China play in shaping a shared future path—one that is open, democratic, and respectful of human rights.
My Life in Prison: Memoirs of a Chinese Political Dissident Jiang Qisheng Translated by Professor James Erwin Dew and edited by Naomi May With a foreword by Professor Andrew Nathan and an introduction by Professor Perry Link Rowman & Littlefield Publishers February 16, 2012 Hardcover: 200 pages
May 8, 1968 Born in Suining, Jiangsu Province. September 1987 Enrolled in Jinling Vocational College in Nanjing. 1990


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