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China Uses Passports as Political Cudgel

The Chinese made a record 83 million trips abroad last year, reflecting the increasing prosperity of the country’s growing middle class. But at least 14 million people, mostly Tibetans and Uyghurs, are denied the chance to...

Writers Honored for Free Expression Commitment

12 writers from China are among the 41 who received Human Rights Watch’s 2012 Hellman/Hammett grants “for their commitment to free expression and their courage in the face of persecution”. The organisation...

China Rights Activist Beaten at Cemetery

The New York Times reports on the beating suffered by Sun Wenguang, a 75-year-old retired university professor in Shandong, when he went to a cemetery to pay his respects to Zhao Ziyang on Qing Ming day: As he entered the...

China Dissidents Call for Dialogue with Dalai Lama

Reuters reporter Benjamin Kang Lim writes from Beijing: A group of 29 Chinese dissidents urged Beijing on Saturday to open direct dialogue with Tibet’s exiled spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, in the wake of rioting in the...

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