In a three-part conversation with China Law and Policy’s Elizabeth M. Lynch, the Chinese...
by Samuel Wade | Jul 23, 2013
At The Atlantic, Thomas Stevenson describes the personal and professional risks faced by China’s rights lawyers, often with little reward in terms of money or courtroom victories. Mr. Wen is an earnest man in his early 30s...
by Paulina Hartono | Jan 19, 2008
Late December 2007, China’s leading human rights activist Hu Jia was arrested at his apartment, located in a residential area called “Freedom City”, in Beijing. The Boston Globe reported: “Before arriving, they cut his phone lines and Internet connection so that he would be unable to alert his friends in China and abroad.” British TV […]
by Xiao Qiang | Apr 22, 2007
From Letters From China blog: Five Chinese lawyers and legal scholars failed to attend the conference “Rights Protection (Weiquan) Lawyers and the Rule of Law in China” held in the University of Hong Kong, Sing Tao reported. Johannes Chan, Dean of the Faculty of Law of HKU, read out a letter written by a mainland […]
CDT in the News
- SCMP – Foreign journalists in China report state backing for rising intimidation during Henan floods
- Forum2000 – Data colonialism: Where China and the West diverge
- FT – China flood response reveals Beijing’s need to prepare for extreme weather
- LA Times – Amid crushing floods in China, officials focus not on climate change, but on control
- RFA – “Drowning” has become a sensitive word during Henan floods