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View Resource Amnesty International: China

Amnesty International offers a number of reports and press releases on human rights abuses in China and Tibet. The State Visit of Chinese President Jiang Zemin in October 1997 represented a thaw in official Sino-US Relations, which have been somewhat chilly since Tiananmen in 1989. Despite reaching agreements on a broad range of security, economic, environmental and law-enforcement issues, the...

https://www.amnestyusa.org/countries/china/
View Resource Embassy of the People's Republic of China in the United States of America

The Chinese Embassy site contains statements on China's foreign policy in general, Sino-US relations, and relations with other countries. In addition, the Embassy also offers statements and papers on human rights issues. The State Visit of Chinese President Jiang Zemin last week represented a thaw in official Sino-US Relations, which have been somewhat chilly since Tiananmen in 1989. Despite...

http://www.china-embassy.org/eng/
View Resource Chinese Government Bans Falun Gong

In the toughest domestic security measure since 1989, the Chinese Government officially banned the quasi-religious Falun Gong sect yesterday. The announcement was accompanied by a wave of arrests and a massive propaganda offensive against the sect's charismatic founder, Li Hongzhi, who was accused of sinister and disruptive motives. The centerpiece of the case against Li Hongzhi came in a special...

https://scout.wisc.edu/report/1999/0723
View Resource Human Rights in China

Created in 1989, Human Rights in China is one of the major sources of information on human rights conditions in the People's Republic of China. The site offers press releases, reports, articles from its quarterly journal, China Rights Forum, organizational work reports, educational materials, action ideas and related links. In addition, the site covers a number of topics, including political...

https://www.hrichina.org/en
View Resource Hong Kong Journalists Association Annual Report, 2001

Those concerned with the relationship between China and Hong Kong will be interested in this report, the ninth annual review of Hong Kong's freedom of expression by the Hong Kong Journalists Association (HKJA). The HKJA has been alert to the possibility that freedom of expression would be impinged upon under the Special Administrative Region's (SAR) government, and the report follows the...

http://www.hkja.org.hk/site/portal/Site.aspx?id=A1-629&lang=...