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Human Rights in China (HRIC) has received a full transcript of a roundtable held by Ding Zilin and more than 20 other members of the Tiananmen Mothers to commemorate the 18th anniversary of the violent crackdown on unarmed protesters in and around Beijing's Tiananmen Square on June 4, 1989. During...
Excerpted from Asia News : In an open letter published by Human Rights in China, [a] group that includes victims and relatives of Communist repression calls on the party to open up a debate on the anti-corruption and pro-democracy movement and reveal the truth hidden for the past 18 years. Access...
Excerpted from Reuters Alert Net : An open letter by the Tiananmen Mothers, released by the New York-based watchdog Human Rights in China, urged the government to launch a judicial re-evaluation of the events of June 4, 1989. Access to the full text of this article may require a subscription and...
Human Rights in China (HRIC) has received an open letter from Ding Zilin and other members of the Tiananmen Mothers calling on the Chinese National People's Congress (NPC) and Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) to remove the June 4th incident from the "off limits zone" of...
Luis Ramirez "...The women have been under what advocates describe as house arrest. Nicholas Becquelin with the New York Human Rights in China group said, 'All their calls are monitored and they have told them not to do specific things such as talking to other activists, talking with foreign media...
Epoch Times reporter Yang Hongfeng interviewed Zhang Xianling by telephone on April 3, shortly after Zhang and two other Tiananmen Mothers, Ding Zilin and Huang Jinping, were released from several days’ detention by Chinese authorities. April 3 was also the birthday of Zhang’s son, Wang Nan, who...
By Perry Link While Chinese society wallows in a cynicism brought on by decades of official lies and abuse, the courageous defense of truth and love offers a bulwark for a unifying moral framework. Two days after the June Fourth massacre, when the blood on the streets of Beijing had already dried,...
Human Rights in China (HRIC) has learned that Internet activist Du Daobin will go to trial on May 18 in closed proceedings, and without the benefit of his chosen defense counsel.
Human Rights in China (HRIC) strongly protests the recent arrest of “Tiananmen Mothers” Ding Zilin , Zhang Xianling and Huang Jinping , and is raising their cases with governments and UN human rights bodies.
Our support to your fight against the legislation of Article 23 of Basic Law July 10, 2003


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