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HRIC is frequently asked, “What can I do to make a difference?” This page gives suggestions on what you can do in specific areas of concern. SPEAK OUT FOR LABOR ACTIVISTS
He Kechang, Ran Congxin, Jiang Qingshan and Wen Dingchun , who had petitioned the authorities about embezzlement of money for resettlement in an area affected by the Three Gorges Dam project, were sentenced to prison on charges of of “disturbing public order” on September 15, 2001. He, 62, a...
Tohti Tunyaz , a Uighur historian, is serving an 11 year sentence for “illegally acquiring state secrets” and “inciting national disunity.” He is currently being held at Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region Prison No.3.
An officer’'s memories of martial law in 1989 Thirteen years ago, LI XIAOMING was an officer in the 116th Division of the People’s Liberation Army’s 39th Group Army, and was among those sent into Beijing to end the months of popular demonstrations there. He is the first soldier who participated in...
REPRESSION PRECEDES CONGRESS In the run-up to the November 16th CCP Congress, the political atmosphere became increasingly restrictive, with various dissidents taken into detention and bans on media reporting of “negative” news. A week before the Congress opened, authorities instructed hotel...
Yao Fuxin , 54, a representative of workers who staged massive protests in Liaoyang City this March, was secretly detained by plain-clothes security officers on March 17. Despite repeated appeals for his release by fellow Liaoyang workers, Yao remains in custody in the Tieling Detention Center, 120...
AIDS ACTIVIST DETAINED The month-long detention of China’s most well-known AIDS activist, Wan Yanhai, served only to highlight the priority given to secrecy over dealing with the growing epidemic of HIV and AIDS in some provinces.
HRIC is frequently asked, "What can I do to make a difference?" This page gives suggestions on what you can do in specific areas of concern. APPEAL FOR IMPRISONED PETITIONERS
HRIC is frequently asked, "What can I do to make a difference?" This page gives suggestions on wha you can do in specific areas of concern. FORBIDDEN HISTORY

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