The conviction last September of three prominent labor activists for “gathering crowds to disturb...
by Samuel Wade | Oct 24, 2016
Last month saw the long-anticipated trials of three Guangdong labor activists charged with...
by Josh Rudolph | May 22, 2015
One of the many interviewees in the recent Human Rights Watch report outlining the continued use...
by Cindy | Sep 5, 2014
At PC News, Stephanie Mlot reports that China Labor Watch and Green America, two US-based...
by Josh Rudolph | May 29, 2014
NPR's All Things Considered tells the story of Stuart Foster, an American sociology professor who...
by Natalie Ornell | Apr 24, 2014
Tens of thousands of workers have been on strike at multiple factories for Yue Yuen, the world's...
by 不忘初心 | Jun 27, 2013
Former prisoners claim that they were forced to make headphones for airlines including Qantas, British Airways and Emirates while serving sentences at a prison in Guangdong, reports AFP: Two inmates recently released from the...
by Samuel Wade | Feb 5, 2013
In 2011, photographer Liu Jie captured the division of Chinese families by labor migration in a series of portraits. Against scenic countryside backdrops, his subjects posed with empty chairs representing family members who had...
by Josh Rudolph | Aug 22, 2012
Children of migrant laborers who had long been owed wages from a tourism company in Dali, Yunnan province joined their parents in protest this week. The company received a court order to to pay up months ago, but refused to do...
by Josh Rudolph | Aug 8, 2012
While the controversies surrounding Beijing's massive economic and soft-power investments in the African continent are frequently explored by the media, Andrew Bowman looks at an aspect of the China-Africa relationship much less...
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