In 2013, Peter Humphrey and his wife Yu Yingzeng, fraud investigators who ran the ChinaWhys firm,...
by Josh Rudolph | Feb 8, 2017
In 2013, after years of policy adjustment and the conclusion of a pilot program, China began an...
by Josh Rudolph | Nov 26, 2015
The New York Times’ Didi Kirsten Tatlow reports that former deputy health minister Dr. Huang...
by Josh Rudolph | Nov 17, 2015
After years of criticism from international health and human rights groups for its reliance on...
by Josh Rudolph | May 22, 2015
One of the many interviewees in the recent Human Rights Watch report outlining the continued use...
by Samuel Wade | Aug 13, 2014
Rights lawyer Gao Zhisheng is suffering from malnutrition and psychological trauma following his...
by Josh Rudolph | May 29, 2014
NPR’s All Things Considered tells the story of Stuart Foster, an American sociology...
by Cindy | Nov 7, 2013
Despite talks to abolish China’s re-education through labor or laojiao system, Xi...
by Josh Rudolph | Apr 21, 2013
In 2003, Zhang Gaoping and his nephew Zhang Hui confessed to the rape and murder of Wang Dong, a 17-year-old girl the two had picked up while passing through Zhejiang province. Both were incarcerated until late last month, when...
by Samuel Wade | Apr 15, 2013
The reported drowning of a Wenzhou official held in the Party’s internal disciplinary system has brought renewed attention to the welfare of shuanggui detainees. Global Times’ Hu Qingyun reported last week: A Party...
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