Chinese Society Increasingly Vigilant of Human Rights

From The Christian News:

Chinese society is growing more determined to stand up against official corruption as it fights for basic human rights, a review of recent developments on the mainland shows.

From religious freedom, to freedom of speech, and property rights, people of varying backgrounds across China have defended themselves against what they see as injustice by officials within the Communist Party.

Farmers, peasants, journalists, a pastor, a former police officer and even a Chinese diplomat have all been involved in denouncing corruption within the State.

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