A human rights lawyer was detained by a Chinese court for defending an adherent of the persecuted Falun Gong meditation practice, but released early after lawyers and citizens [...]
Two groups of citizens in China rescued innocent petitioners from detention and likely abuse, one from a black jail in Sichuan and two from the clutches of hired thugs in Beijing.
A Hong Kong government department has issued a notice to a Chinese communist front group to take down banners at a popular tourist spot.
Patience is running low in Hong Kong, with 27 lawmakers and 12 pro-democracy groups forming an alliance on March 21 to urge a direct election of their leader, without [...]
The Chinese public is becoming increasingly intolerant of heavy-handed law enforcers in cities.
Communist officials in Wuxi City have established a large number of illegal “black jails” to prevent petitioners from trying to seek justice in Beijing.
A New Zealand man who spent four years in a Chinese prison was tasered in the mouth and almost used for chemical testing.
Thousands of military veterans sought to be represented at China’s recent National People’s Congress, so they could be compensated for mistreatment.
As Chinese dissident Wang Bingzhang languishes in solitary confinement, the communist regime continues to deny visas to his family overseas for visiting him.
Chen Guangcheng was recently given an award for his legal advocacy efforts by overseas Chinese in San Francisco, and took the occasion to the highlight the rights violations [...]