China Scholar Xu to Sue to Clear Name in Soliciting Prostitute Charges

Sandra Loyd

Former Tsinghua University Law School teacher Xu Zhangrun– who was expelled from his mentor position for apparently soliciting a prostitute– has for the first time appeared in public to reject the criminal charge and started legal action to clear his name, his fans and buddies informed RFA. After Xu finished his home quarantine, on Tuesday, […]

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Residents of China’s Shandong Left Homeless by Suspended Rural Resettlement Plan

Sandra Loyd

Authorities in the eastern province of Shandong have actually suspended a mass rural resettlement program after it was slammed by the judgment Chinese Communist Party’s official paper, the People’s Daily, in the face of growing public anger. While federal government land grabs in backwoods have actually stimulated mass discontent and, hardly ever, arranged resistance throughout […]

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Nearly 600,000 Vote in Opposition Primaries in Hong Kong

Sandra Loyd

More than half a million people ended up in Hong Kong over the weekend to vote in main elections to choose pro-democracy prospects for September’s basic election. Around 580,000 people had actually cast mainly electronic votes by the end of ballot on 9.00 p.m. regional time on Sunday in spite of warning keeps in mind […]

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China Puts Hardliner in Charge of Hong Kong’s New State Security Operation

Sandra Loyd

The judgment Chinese Communist Party on Friday selected a former mayor who punished the rebel town of Wukan to head its national security office in Hong Kong. China’s cabinet, the State Council selected Zheng Yanxiong, former mayor and Communist Party secretary of Guangdong’s Shanwei city at the time of the Wukan demonstrations, head of its […]

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US Again Patrols Near Chinese Survey Ship In South China Sea

Sandra Loyd

An American Navy combat ship today carried out “routine operations” near a Chinese geological survey ship in the South China Sea, U.S. authorities stated, after the Chinese vessel in June went into a location where Vietnam has actually revealed interest in checking out for oil. The maneuvers in waters around the Spratly Islands echoed occasions […]

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China Passes Draconian Security Law For Hong Kong, Opposition Groups Disband

Sandra Loyd

China on Tuesday authorized draconian brand-new security legislation for Hong Kong prohibiting activities considered secessionist or subversive, paving the method for its feared state security authorities to run in the city. The law’s approval by the National People’s Congress (NPC) standing committee after months of mass public demonstration was instantly condemned by Brussels as remaining […]

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China Jails Rights Lawyer Yu Wensheng For Four Years in Secret Trial

Sandra Loyd

Authorities in the eastern Chinese province of Jiangsu have actually handed a four-year prison term to human rights lawyer Yu Wensheng on subversion charges. Yu was sentenced by Jiangsu’s Xuzhou Intermediate People’s Court after it discovered him guilty of “incitement to subvert state power” in a secret trial. The sentence follows Yu was held for […]

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Chinese Leaders Say Draconian Hong Kong Sedition Law Proposal Must Pass

Sandra Loyd

The judgment Chinese Communist Party on Monday stated it would perform its strategy to enforce a draconian sedition and subversion law on Hong Kong, bypassing the city’s legislature, declaring that anti-government protesters had actually taken part in “terrorist activities” in current months. China’s National People’s Congress (NPC)– which generally passes any federal government proposal put […]

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Riot Police Fire Tear Gas, Water Cannon at Angry Hong Kong Crowds

Sandra Loyd

Hong Kong police fired tear gas, water cannon and pepper balls at different groups amounting to countless people who came out in demonstration at strategies by the judgment Chinese Communist Party in Beijing to enforce oppressive national security legislation and punish dissent in the city. Police made 120 arrests in numerous clashes in the shopping […]

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Uyghurs Urge Other States to Copy US Sanctions Bill For Chinese XUAR Abuses

Sandra Loyd

The U.S. Senate passed a bill Thursday that would sanction Chinese federal government authorities accountable for approximate imprisonment, required labor and other abuses in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Area, home to internment camps holding as numerous as 1.8 million Uyghurs and other Muslims. The Uyghur Human Being Rights Policy Act of 2020, condemns the Chinese […]

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