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Statement by the Tiananmen Mothers [Translation by HRIC] Every year since 1995, the Tiananmen Mothers have publicly addressed every session of the “Two Congresses” to present their appeal. Regrettably, however, for fifteen years, the delegates and the permanent bodies of the “Two Congresses” have...
In this letter from Ding Zilin and her husband Jiang Peikun, both of the Tiananmen Mothers group, they state that authorities have cut off their Internet connection, landline, and mobile service.
Jin Bianling (金变玲), wife of human rights lawyer Jiang Tianyong (江天勇) ,says in a Twitter post that in recent days, Jiang Tianyong’s family has suffered sharply increased monitoring and harassment by domestic security personnel from the Luoshan County Public Security Bureau, in Xinyang City, Henan...
On May 17, 2012, the Hong Kong-based online journal iSUN AFFAIRS published the article “ Who Rescued Chen Guangcheng? ” (誰救了陳光誠?東師古村秋後算帳). It gives a detailed account of the escape of the blind legal advocate who later sought refuge in the U.S. Embassy in Beijing . The article states that the...
Citing procedural violations by the police, procuratorate, and the court, Cheng Hai (程海) , one of the defense lawyers for Ding Jiaxi (丁家喜) , charged with “gathering a crowd to disrupt order in a public place” (聚众扰乱公共场所秩序罪), withdrew from the case during Ding’s trial at Beijing’s Haidian District...
Gansu dissident Li Dawei (李大伟) was released last year after serving ten years in prison on the charge of subversion of state power. Li has been petitioning the government to overturn his conviction. In this piece , he describes he was recently granted a meeting with a judge in the Gansu Provincial...
The Peking University professor and advocate of judicial reform in China says in this handwritten short essay, “Without press freedom, not only would the people’s livelihood be difficult, there would be no trust in government, let alone the possibility of a capable modern governance system.” 贺卫方:...
Rights defender, Guo Feixiong , was detained on August 8, 2013, and formally arrested on September 14 on suspicion of “gathering crowds to disrupt order in public places.” Guo’s lawyer, Zhang Xuezhong, argues that through reviewing the case file and a meeting with Guo, not only are the Guangzhou...

A popular, entertaining 15-episode web drama following the lives of four male high school students in Beijing and a romance that develops among them. Made on a low budget and starring a cast of actors who are not well-known. Originally intended to stream in its entirety on Chinese websites, it...

This app provides updates on food safety scandals in China day by day, and categorizes the information to make searching easy. For today’s Chinese people, nothing is more important than food safety! The app surpassed 200,000 downloads within three days of its launch on May 23, 2012. Because it’s...

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