Protests in Hong Kong continue in their fourth month, with more than 200 arrested over the weekend as violence continued to flare. On Tuesday, the U.S. House of Representatives unanimously passed the Hong Kong Human Rights and...
U.S. human rights
by Sophie Beach | Nov 20, 2017
Poet Liu Xia, wife of late Nobel laureate Liu Xiaobo, has not been seen in public since her...
by Sophie Beach | May 10, 2017
Two human rights lawyers who were detained as part of the “Black Friday” or...
by Sophie Beach | Oct 6, 2016
The bipartisan Congressional-Executive Commission on China has released its annual report on human...
by Josh Rudolph | Apr 18, 2016
Human rights lawyer and activist Teng Biao, living in the U.S. since 2014 as the situation for...
by Sophie Beach | Mar 15, 2016
The Chinese government has recently intensified its pushback against U.S. criticism of its human...
by Cindy | Jun 26, 2015
In a report released on Friday by the State Council Information Office, the Chinese government...
by Sophie Beach | Mar 18, 2015
Chen Guangcheng’s recently-released memoir, “The Barefoot Lawyer: A Blind Man’s...
by Sophie Beach | Feb 25, 2015
Following legal activist Chen Guangcheng’s escape from house arrest and subsequent stay in...
by Josh Rudolph | Dec 16, 2014
The Senate Intelligence Committee’s executive summary detailing torture methods used in the...
by Sophie Beach | Nov 25, 2014
At a Foreign Ministry press conference, a journalist asked spokesperson Hua Chunying about the...
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