The Enduring Corporate Entrenchment in China

The Enduring Corporate Entrenchment in China

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A recent report by the American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai found that 30 percent of U.S. companies plan to increase their investments in China.

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China: Foxconn workers take big risks to flee COVID lockdown

China: Foxconn workers take big risks to flee COVID lockdown

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An exodus of workers from the world’s largest iPhone factory has drawn new attention to China’s draconian COVID policy and should be a “red flag” for Apple on the state of labor rights in the country, activists say.

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Outside of China, concern exceeds optimism as Xi Jinping begins third term as ruler

Outside of China, concern exceeds optimism as Xi Jinping begins third term as ruler

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From U.S. relations to human rights to Uyghur repression, many experts see more potential trouble than hope.

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Xi Jinping Has Critics in China. They Have Paid a Steep Price.

Xi Jinping Has Critics in China. They Have Paid a Steep Price.

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Human rights defenders in China face arrest and lengthy detention for calling out Xi’s mistakes.

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OPEN LETTER

OPEN LETTER

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Almost three years have passed since the due date (9 December 2019) of the PRC’s latest State party report to the UN Committee Against Torture. We are writing on behalf of the people in the PRC, and human rights defenders worldwide, to request the submission of the above-mentioned report without (read more…)

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中国泼墨女失联逾一年 其父丧命狱中

中国泼墨女失联逾一年 其父丧命狱中

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因向习近平画像泼墨而被中国当局三度送入精神病院的女子董瑶琼与外界失联超过一年后,她的父亲上周传出丧命狱中,尸体满是伤痕。有消息向德国之声透露确有此事。专家则指,此案显示北京为了打压高敏感人士可能无所不用其极。

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Why is 90-year-old Cardinal Zen standing trial in Hong Kong?

Why is 90-year-old Cardinal Zen standing trial in Hong Kong?

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The retired leader of the territory’s Catholic Church – and staunch critic of Beijing – is accused of failing to register a support fund.

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Q&A: Pope, Chinese leader Xi to cross paths in Kazakhstan

Q&A: Pope, Chinese leader Xi to cross paths in Kazakhstan

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Chinese President Xi Jinping’s first trip overseas since the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic will overlap with a visit by Pope Francis to Kazakhstan, although the Vatican says there are no plans for them to meet.

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“最黑暗时刻” 中国两维权律师传狱中受虐

“最黑暗时刻” 中国两维权律师传狱中受虐

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近期,中国维权律师李昱函与唐吉田纷纷传出在狱中健康恶化的消息。两人家属呼吁外界关注的同时,专家再指这些案件显示北京投入大量资源打压异议人士,“现在就是最黑暗的时刻”

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‘Hard to refute’: the UN report on China’s abuses in Xinjiang 

‘Hard to refute’: the UN report on China’s abuses in Xinjiang 

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The finding of the UN’s top human rights body that Chinese repression of the Uyghur population in Xinjiang could constitute “crimes against humanity” is a landmark in international scrutiny of Beijing’s conduct in the north-western region.

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UN Report Accuses China of ‘Serious’ Rights Abuses in Xinjiang

UN Report Accuses China of ‘Serious’ Rights Abuses in Xinjiang

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China committed “serious human rights abuses” — and potentially crimes against humanity — in Xinjiang, a top UN official said, bolstering international efforts to pressure Beijing to change its policies toward the region’s Muslim minority. 

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Rights groups call for inquiries into Uyghur abuses in China after damning UN report

Rights groups call for inquiries into Uyghur abuses in China after damning UN report

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Governments urged to launch formal investigations after UN findings on treatment of Muslims in Xinjiang

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