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Court applies for fourth verdict deferral for Chinese activist who voiced support for Occupy protests
WRIC  HKFP A Guangxi court has applied for the verdict for women’s rights activist Su Changlan to be deferred for the fourth time, her lawyer has said. Su was detained in October 2014 after making comments on social media in support of Hong Kong’s pro-democ...

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WRIC Protest with Women’s March on Washington
Graphic by WRIC Yue Zhang                            (AP has the copyrights to first two pictures)                                                                                             January 21, 2017 January 21, 2017 is the most unforgettable day fo...

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Review of 2016 and What Lies Ahead
Dear Friend, 2016 is the year China’s President Xi Jinping extended his China dream outside of China in implementing his Document No. 9 directives against constitutionality, universal values, press freedom, civil society and analysis of historical errors. I...

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Calling for Human Rights at PresidentTrump’s Door
Article: WRIC Yao Cheng                Translator: Jennifer Yuan On December 13, 2016, Zhuang Liehong from Wukan Village in Guangdong, China, Yao Cheng from Women’s Rights in China (WRIC)  and a group of concerned friends gathered in front of Trump Tower on...

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A human rights activist, a secret prison and a tale from Xi Jinping’s new China
2 January 2017                  by Tom Phillips in Chiang Mai Peter Dahlin spent 23 days in a ‘black prison’ in Beijing, where he says he was deprived of sleep and questioned with a ‘communication enhancement’ machine. Here he tells the story of his incarce...

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Our efforts were worth it!
Article: WRIC Jing Zhang                             Translator: Cai Shiwen                                       All images from WRIC Last Sunday (December 18, 2016) we went to see little Annie Zhang’s piano performance in Carnegie Hall. She only has start...

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Can the Two-Child Policy Improve the Human Rights Situation in China?
 Author:   Jing Zhang                           Translantor: Jennifer Yuan    Women’s Rights in China Director Jing Zhang was invited to give a speech at the conference “The Prospects for Democratization in China” organized by The China Democracy Forum, New...

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Human Rights Crisis, Wukan Villager in DC Calls for Aid
Source: WRIC           Translation: Xu, Wen                  Oct 18, 2016  Washington DC On October 17, 2016, Zhuang Liehong, former Wukan Village Autonomy Committee Member, and Yao Cheng, Mainland Project Leader of Women’s Rights in China (WRIC) came to Wa...

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UN Expert: Chinese Government Needs “Genuine Accountability”
Source: UN Philip Alston, the UN Special Rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights, released a statement today in Beijing saying that while China’s achievements in alleviating extreme poverty in recent years have been “extraordinary,” that progress has...

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Testimony of Su Yutong Before the Congressional-Executive Commission on China (CECC), Washington, D.C.
May 24,2016 My name is Su Yutong. I am a journalist and activist based in Germany. In June, 2010, after I made public the personal diary of former Chinese Premier Li Peng, my house was ransacked by the police and I was forced to leave China. In August that ...
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