For The Telegraph, Malcolm Moore reports that 24,000 suspects—some of them high-profile...
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While China’s central government identified the abolition of its re-education through labor...
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Al Jazeera’s Witness this week features a documentary about gambling addicts in Hong Kong. High/Low follows two Hong Kong locals who have lost money, pride, and the trust of loved ones around them. Michael, an older man, lost...
by Josh Rudolph | Aug 8, 2012
Science published a report in April describing a new procedure that could prevent cravings and relapses in drug addicts. The study was conducted in China on human test subjects at Beijing Ankang Hospital and the Tian Tang He...
by Scott Greene | Oct 30, 2011
China’s Ministry of Public Security announced Sunday that police had seized more than 300 kilograms of illegal drugs and arrested more than 12,000 people involved in production and trafficking through a network of online...
by Paulina Hartono | Aug 20, 2010
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by Paulina Hartono | Jan 7, 2010
Human Rights Watch has issued a report on drug rehabilitation center abuse in China. According to the report that largely focuses on Yunnan, forced unpaid labor, degrading treatment, and a lack of basic medical care were among...
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