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The Chinese regime’s use of repression and the evolution of its targets In this article, Marie Holzman examines the evolution and nature of the current political regime in the People’s Republic of China, arguing that while the scope of repression may have diminished, it remains a principal policy...
The key to rights for China’s workers Bitter personal experience and wide observations of the conditions of Chinese workers led Li Qiang , a 28-year-old worker from Zigong, Sichuan, to become an advocate for independent unions. Li’s activism eventually forced him to flee his country. He now resides...
Below is a list of Chinese- and English-language resources related to Open Government Information (OGI) in China.
Eva Pils In July 2008, Yang Jia killed six police officers and wounded several others. He was convicted of murder and executed the following November. But he died as a victim of Chinese criminal “justice”—and as a celebrated hero and martyr of the Chinese petitioner movement.
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The information contained in this summary is based on information collected by HRIC in July and is not intended as a complete list. Rather, it should be viewed as a representation of larger trends of dissent and repression in China. Media Censorship Petitions and Protests Human Rights Defenders...
In 2006, HRIC conducted interviews with individuals involved in the 1989 Tiananmen Square movement. Released in an audio podcast series, these oral histories explore the role of democracy and independent movements as China moves into the future. This podcast series is also a new media contribution...
The information contained in this summary is based on information collected by HRIC in June and is not intended as a complete list. Rather, it should be viewed as a representation of larger trends of dissent and repression in China. Labor Media Censorship
Teng Biao In this account of his kidnapping by the police in March 2008, Teng Biao, legal scholar and part-time human rights lawyer, tells how he came to have sympathy for his tormentors, who, in carrying out their duties in a thuggish system, ruined their own humanity.
The Kidnapping I have stayed in Northeast China for two weeks, filming during the daytime, and surfing the Internet at night. I know that after Liu Xiaobo was awarded the Nobel Prize, Beijing became very tense. After consulting with Teng Biao, 1 I decided to stay in his office in Wangjing, a suburb...

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