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HRIC Executive Director Sharon Hom speaks with Germany's ARTE Journal about the current situation in China, about challenges facing the country, and the impact of social networks on China.
From Tania Branigan in the Observer , “ Where Next for China as the New Generation of Leaders Take Power? ”: The seventh congress would not take place until 1945, at the Communist rebel base in Yan'an, just before the end of the Japanese occupation and the resumption of war with Chiang's forces.
From Tania Branigan in The Guardian , “ China Democracy Activist's Partner Appeals to UN over Harassment ”: Wang, 36, has now written an open letter to the United Nations asking for help. According to her account, released via the group Human Rights in China, she terminated a pregnancy because she...
In “ Esposa de activista pide a la ONU que investigue el acoso que sufre la pareja ” by Spanish news agency EFE:
From Ruta Vilkaite in Tibet Post International, " Chinese Author Hu Ping Analyses Self-Immolation Actions ":
Excerpted from Frank Langfitt's report on NPR's All Things Considered , " Murder Trial of Chinese Politician's Wife Set to Start ":
Excerpted from Barbara Demick's article in the Los Angeles Times , " China Prepares for Trial in Sensational Case of Neil Heywood Slaying ":
Excerpted from The Associated Press : An ailing Chinese labor activist imprisoned for two decades died in a hospital Wednesday one year after being released from jail, and a relative raised doubt on the official explanation that he had hanged himself. [...] During his first prison term, Li was held...
Excerpted from Reuters : An ailing Chinese labour activist [Li Wangyang] imprisoned for two decades died in a hospital Wednesday one year after being released from jail, and a relative raised doubt on the official explanation that he had hanged himself. [...]

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