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China Human Rights

Lawyers Condemn China’s Seizure of 16-Year-Old in Burma


Eighty one Chinese lawyers signed an emergency statement urging Chinese police to shoulder responsibility for the disappearance of Bao Zhuoxuan, the 16-year-old son of detained...

  • Chinese lawyer Wang Yu speaks during an interview in Beijing. China's state media on July 14, 2015. (AP Photo/Mark Schiefelbein)

    Son of Detained Chinese Rights Lawyer Wang Yu Vanished in Burma

    Bao Zhuoxuan, the teenage son of detained Chinese human rights lawyer Ms. Wang Yu, went missing in Burma recently, according to several sources. Bao, 16,... Read more

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    Chinese Lawyers Call for Freedom From Being Organized

    Dozens of Chinese lawyers signed a joint petition to the Chinese legislature calling for the abolishment of a law that forces them to join a... Read more

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    Human Rights in China Deteriorated, Says Congressional Commission

    China’s human rights situation has declined since last year, according to an annual U.S. Congressional report published on Oct. 8. The report, published by the... Read more

  • Protesters gather outside the Royal Ontario Museum on Oct 7, 2015, as Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne attends a private event with Luo Zhijun, the party secretary for China’s Jiangsu province. Luo has presided over a violent persecution in his jurisdiction that saw the deaths of nearly 50 prisoners of conscience. (Epoch Times)

    Premier Wynne Meets Privately With Chinese Office Accused of Torture

    TORONTO—Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne kicked up a small media storm by excluding the press from her meeting with a man accused of presiding over torture... Read more

  • A worker adjusts security cameras on the edge of Tiananmen Square in Beijing on Sept. 30, 2014. (Greg Baker/AFP/Getty Images)

    In Beijing, ‘Big Brother’ Now Sees All

    A blanket video surveillance system over Beijing has turned the city into an Orwellian nightmare. Beijing police say they have video cameras manned by over... Read more

  • A five-member panel speaks at a human rights seminar at California State University, San Marcos, Calif., on Oct. 1. (Andrew Li/Epoch Times)

    Human Rights Panel Says Westerners Don’t See the ‘Real China’

    Much of today’s news coverage of China is optimistic, focusing on what analysts perceive as steps the country is taking toward a more developed legal... Read more

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    Documentary Asks: What’s So Hard to Believe About China Harvesting the Organs of Living People?

    It is difficult to secure a human heart for transplantation. The donor is usually brain dead and on life support, and the donor and recipient... Read more

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    The Young Women on Hunger Strike in India for a Free Tibet

    Three young Tibetans living in exile in India have started an indefinite hunger strike in an attempt to persuade the UN to hold the Chinese... Read more

  • Practitioners of the spiritual discipline Falun Gong call for an end to the persecution of the practice in China, in front of the Waldorf Astoria in New York where Chinese Communist Party leader Xi Jinping is staying, on Sept. on Sept. 28. (Edward Dye/Epoch Times)

    Outside the UN, Protesters Call on China’s Xi Jinping to Keep His Word

    NEW YORK—During his maiden speech to the United Nations General Assembly on Sept. 28, Xi Jinping, the leader of the Chinese Communist Party, remarked that... Read more

  • Nicholas Eberstadt, demographer, American Enterprise Institute; Reggie Littlejohn, founder and president, Women's Rights Without Frontiers; Chai Ling, founder, All Girls Allowed; and Chen Guangcheng, Chinese legal advocate and activist, visiting fellow, Catholic University of America, speak April 30, at a Congressional Executive Commission on China hearing on "Population Control in China." (Gary Feuerberg/ Epoch Times)

    Xi Jinping’s ‘Commitment’ to Women’s Rights Rings Hollow, Activists Say

    As Chinese leader Xi Jinping spoke at a United Nations women’s rights conference in New York on Sept. 27, activists can’t help but notice China’s... Read more

  • Enver Tohti (left), a former cancer surgeon in China, stands in front of the painting “Illegal Organ Harvesting” on the opening night of the Art of Zhen Shan Ren International art exhibition at the Proud Archivist, London, on Sept. 1, 2015. (Xiaomin Pang)

    Courage Amid Adversity

    LONDON—A prisoner of conscience sits, serene, with a sense of courage. Despite intense persecution, he has not lost his inner-strength. A surgeon stands still, next... Read more

  • Gao Zhisheng talks to journalists in a cave home in northwestern China's Shaanxi province in early 2015. (AP Photo/Isolda Morillo)

    UPDATED: Chinese Rights Lawyer Gao Zhisheng Feared Disappeared After Breaking Silence

    Update 9:20 a.m. EDT Sept. 25: Geng He, Gao Zhisheng’s wife, spoke to Gao in the early hours of Sept. 25 Beijing time, she told Epoch... Read more

  • Gao Zhisheng, a human rights lawyer, meets the media after being detained by Chinese security agents for 13 months at a teahouse in Beijing, China, on April 7, 2010. (AP Photo/Gemunu Amarasinghe)

    Tortured China Rights Lawyer Gao Zhisheng Speaks Out

    BEIJING—In his first interview in five years, leading Chinese rights lawyer Gao Zhisheng said he was tortured with an electric baton to his face and... Read more

  • Geng He, the wife of abused Chinese rights lawyer Gao Zhisheng, speaks to the press on Capitol Hill on Jan. 18, 2011 (Tim Sloan/AFP/Getty Images)

    Abused Rights Lawyer Gao Zhisheng Opposes Wife Meeting With Top US Official

    The persecuted Chinese human rights lawyer Gao Zhisheng has told his wife, Geng He, who is based in California, not to participate in a meeting... Read more

  • Gao Zhisheng talks to journalists in a cave home in northwestern China's Shaanxi province in early 2015. (AP Photo/Isolda Morillo)

    Chinese Lawyer Under House Arrest Publishes Open Letter

    The Chinese human rights lawyer Gao Zhisheng, still under the watchful eye of Chinese security forces in a remote part of China, has penned a... Read more

  • Marching Falun Gong practitioners hold photos of victims of the persecution during a parade in Washington, on July 18, 2011. (Epoch Times)

    Chinese Regime Documents Say Falun Gong Still in the Party’s Crosshairs

    Chinese Communist Party documents, issued this year from the central authorities and then redistributed by local committees, show that persecution of the traditional spiritual practice... Read more

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