Skip to content Skip to navigation

HRIC in the Media

Leading Chinese democracy activist He Depu was sentenced to eight years in jail yesterday in a hearing marked by his defiant remarks against the state, his wife said. The sentencing hearing lasted only five minutes, with the Beijing Intermediate Court reading out the eight-year prison term as He...
... any forum, any association which is not formally approved by the government is technically illegal in China," says Nicholas Becquelin from Human Rights in China ... Full Article
... made. However, the Human Rights in China organisation says officials are attempting to cover up the seriousness of the incident. ... Full Article
During the first trial, Xu, a former editor at Beijing's Consumer Daily, said he had been tortured while in detention, according to Human Rights in China , a New York-based rights group. Full Article
A Beijing court will hear the appeal case of four young Internet dissidents on Monday and decide if they deserve up to 10 years in jail for posting their views on social issues online, a Hong Kong-based rights group said on Friday. ...During the trial, Mr Xu, a former editor at Beijing’s Consumer...
SHANGHAI, (AFP) - A Chinese court has convicted eight people accused of seeking to establish a labour union of incitement to subvert state power, according to a human rights group. Li Jiangfen was handed a 16-year jail term, while Li Chan received the lightest sentence -- two years imprisonment,...
... in Xi'an, capital of the northwestern Shaanxi province, heard charges of "incitement to subvert state power" against Yan Jun on Oct 24, Human Rights in China ... Full Article
Elaine Kurtenbach SHANGHAI, China - A court in southeastern China has sentenced a former judicial official to 16 years in prison on charges of incitement to subvert state power, a human rights group said Thursday. Li Jianfeng, a former court official in the city of Ningde in Fujian province, and...
Joseph Kahn Rights groups say that Hu, who took over the top leadership post nearly a year ago, has shown no signs of easing repression of political activists. But some experts say Hu may be eager to dampen Bush administration criticism that China's human rights situation has deteriorated during...
Benjamin Kang Lim BEIJING (Reuters) - China freed a veteran dissident on Tuesday two days ahead of a summit with European Union leaders in an apparent attempt to dampen criticism of a human rights record activists have described as abysmal. The release of Kang Yuchun came on the heels of China...

Pages

Subscribe to HRIC in the Media
Error | Human Rights in China 中国人权 | HRIC

Error

The website encountered an unexpected error. Please try again later.