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Authorities Continue to Harass Chen Guangcheng's Family

April 12, 2013 by admin

Authorities in Yinan County, Shandong Province are engaging in a campaign to harass the 4-year old son of Chen Guangcheng's nephew.

Slavery thrives in Chinese prisons

April 12, 2013 by admin

101 East : China's cyber warriors

April 12, 2013 by admin

101 East : China: Unnatural Selection

April 12, 2013 by admin

Chinese Authorities Plan to Increase Surveillence and Security Measures in Tibet

April 4, 2013 by admin

According to a report released by Human Rights Watch, the Chinese government plans to significantly expand its surveillance program in the Tibetan Autonomous Region. Known as "grid management," this system enables officials to monitor the activities of key people and store a wealth of information on countless individuals in Tibet.

China Targets Dissidents with New Android Spyware

April 4, 2013 by admin

Chinese hackers have created new Android spyware in order to gain access to the phones of Chinese dissidents and foreign human rights activists.

Authorities Arrest Brother-in-Law of Nobel Prize Winner Liu Xiaobo

April 4, 2013 by admin

Police arrested Liu Hui, brother-in-law of Liu Xiaobo, on fraud charges stemming from a real estate transaction dispute.

China Petition Urges Human Rights Reforms

March 9, 2013 by admin

More than 120 influential scholars, lawyers and journalists have signed a petition urging the National People’s Congress to ratify an international human rights treaty as part of the leadership’s pledge to promote constitutional rights and the rule of law.

Calls to Abolish Labour Camps are Unlikely to be Heard by NPC

March 9, 2013 by admin

With less than a week to go before the annual meeting of the National People's Congress, anyone hoping for bold and rapid action from China's new leaders on the 50-year-old re-education through labour system might be disappointed.

BBC Says Radio Broadcasts Being Jammed in China

March 9, 2013 by admin

(Reuters) - Radio broadcasts in English from the BBC World Service are being jammed in China, the British broadcaster said on Monday, suggesting the Chinese authorities were behind the disruption.


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