Ling Haobo (凌浩波)

Ling Haobo (凌浩波)

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Guangzhou Baiyun District police took labor activist Ling Haobo (凌浩波) away for interrogation on May 29, 2019 after he tweeted his support for fellow activist and independent film maker Deng Chuanbin (who was detained ahead of the 30th anniversary of the Tiananmen Massacre). He was forcibly returned to his hometown (read more…)

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Zhang Zhan 张展

Zhang Zhan 张展

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Shanghai police criminally detained citizen journalist and activist Zhang Zhan (张展) on May 15, 2020, on suspicion of “picking quarrels and provoking trouble.” She had initially gone missing on May 14 in Wuhan. On June 19, 2020, Pudong New Distict Procuratorate approved the formal arrest of Zhang. She is being (read more…)

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Chen Zhaozhi (陈兆志)

Chen Zhaozhi (陈兆志)

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Haidian District police in Beijing criminally detained Chen Zhaozhi for “fabricating and deliberately disseminating fake information” on March 11 over his online speech about the COVID-19 pandemic. Chen’s family hired a lawyer when he was first seized, but the lawyer’s requests for visit were denied until April 23, 2020. On (read more…)

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恐懼蔓延香港:國家安全法助長了對人權的侵犯

恐懼蔓延香港:國家安全法助長了對人權的侵犯

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過去八週以來,中國共產黨在香港實施了《國家安全法》,當局已行使了該法律,全面升級鎮壓香港居民的人權及香港法治體系。

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恐惧蔓延香港:国家安全法助长了对人权的侵犯

恐惧蔓延香港:国家安全法助长了对人权的侵犯

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过去八周以来,中国共产党在香港实施了《国家安全法》,当局已行使了该法律,全面升级镇压香港居民的人权及香港法治体系。

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Fear Over Hong Kong: National Security Law Boosts Abuses of Human Rights

Fear Over Hong Kong: National Security Law Boosts Abuses of Human Rights

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Eight weeks since the Chinese Communist Party imposed the National Security Law on Hong Kong, authorities have deployed it in an escalated crackdown in violation of Hong Kong residents’ human rights and the city’s rule of law system.

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CHRD & 70 Organisations Urge Canada, U.K., to Join Global Magnitsky Sanctions Against Chinese Officials Responsible for Violating the Rights of Uyghurs

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We, the 71 undersigned organizations dedicated to the promotion of universal human rights and/or the fight against corruption, welcome the United Kingdom’s successful promulgation of its Global Human Rights Sanctions Regulations and initial tranche of 49 sanctions designations, as well as the United States’ recent actions under the Global Magnitsky (read more…)

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Exclusive: China continues to harass exiles on British soil, claim victims

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Originally published by The Telegraph on August 16, 2020 China is suspected of orchestrating a sinister campaign to suppress prominent critics living in Britain from speaking out against the ruling Communist Party by harassing, intimidating, and surveilling them while they are in the UK, the Telegraph can reveal. Simon Cheng (read more…)

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CHRD Stands Firmly by Estimate of One Million Uyghurs Detained

CHRD Stands Firmly by Estimate of One Million Uyghurs Detained

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We at CHRD stand firmly by our research report “China: Massive Numbers of Uyghurs & Other Ethnic Minorities Forced into Re-education Programs,” released two years ago, on August 3, 2018.

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US Imposes Human Rights Sanctions On Chinese Entity, Officials Over Abuse Of Ethnic Minorities In China

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Originally published by Latin Times on August 2, 2020 Sanctions have been imposed by the United States on a top Xinjiang-based company and its two officials for allegedly abusing the human rights of Uighurs and other ethnic minorities in the area.  According to a report, the top-ranking company Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps or XPCC (read more…)

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Hong Kong Postpones Legislative Elections by One Year, Sparking Outcry

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Originally published by Radio Free Asia on July 31, 2020   Hong Kong’s leader Carrie Lam on Friday announced the postponement of elections to the Legislative Council (LegCo) by one year, in a move that was immediately slammed by pro-democracy lawmakers as questionable, and tantamount to a political coup. Lam said (read more…)

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China Uses Quarantines as Cover to Detain Dissidents, Activists Say

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Originally published by New York Times on July 30, 2020 On the day of his release from prison, Wang Quanzhang, one of China’s most prominent human rights lawyers, thought he was finally free. After being held for nearly five years on charges of subversion of state power, Mr. Wang was escorted (read more…)

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