About Human Rights in China

THE OLD CANNOT KILL THE YOUNG FOREVER

but many of the young Tiananmen dissidents still languish in jails and they are no longer young. The Worlds leaders are doing business as usual - or even greedier than usual - with the totalitarian regime in Beijing. The 2008 Olympics have been exploited to boost the Chinese governments international reputation. Simultaneously a series of Human Rights NGOs are striving to wake the worlds conscience, see below a collection of links.

Repression is looming large in China.
But it will not last for ever.

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1997: The Pillar of Shame in Hong Kong
4th June 89
Background information on various countries
Activities related to China
Additional Information:
Themes: Background | Criticism of governments | Free speech | Human rights
Type: Overview