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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.

NEWS from the Laogai Museum

September 26, 2012 by admin

Hello!
Our friends at the International Campaign for Tibet are sponsoring a discussion with Chinese writer Yu Jie. Please see below for more details, we hope you see you there!

Who is Liu Xianbin? One Activist's Unending Struggle

August 31, 2011 by admin

A victim of China's oppressive authoritarian regime for most of his life, Liu Xianbin has repeatedly spoken out for human rights and democracy while sacrificing his own freedom.

The Story of a Cyber Dissident

August 17, 2011 by admin

Du Daobin is one of the earliest cyber dissident writers in China. By the time of his detention in October 2003, he had published tens of articles on the internet at home and abroad.

Laogai Museum presents: Introduction to The Laogai: China's Forced Labor Prisons

June 16, 2011 by admin



Cisco Being Sued For Aiding and Abetting in China's Internet Crackdown

June 16, 2011 by admin


Harry Wu to Hold Press Conference at National Press Club
Tuesday, June 7th at 9:30 am

Press Conference: Cisco & Human Rights Violations in China

May 28, 2011 by admin


Harry Wu to Speak at National Press Club:


Cisco & Human Rights Violations in China

For Immediate Release: Author Yu Jie Recounts His Interrogation in Beijing

July 24, 2010 by admin

For Immediate Release: Author Yu Jie Recounts His Interrogation in Beijing

July 13, 2010, Washington, DC- Prominent Chinese author and dissident Yu Jie was detained Saturday July 3rd in Beijing. A one of the co-founders of the Independent Chinese Pen Association and Christian advocate, the basis for Yu's detention was articles he had written for the overseas Chinese language website Observe China and a proposed book on Prime Minister Wen Jiabao.

Bodies on Display: The Risks in Trading in Human Remains from China.

July 24, 2010 by admin

Laogai Research Foundation Releases "Bodies on Display: The Risks in Trading in Human Remains from China."

July 12, 2010, Washington, DC- The Laogai Research Foundation just released a new action report entitled "Bodies on Display: The Risks in Trading in Human Remains from China." The report addresses the potential use of executed Chinese prisoners' bodies in traveling bodies exhibitions around the world. The report also includes a case study on Premier Exhibitions, Inc., detailing its use of unclaimed Chinese bodies for their traveling shows. To download the report click here.

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