Articles On: Sanctions, Xinjiang, Qiao Collection, Geng Xiaonan, Detainment, Forced Labor, Bishops, and Protester Held In China

Sunday, October 25, 2020

THIS SECTION DOCUMENTS THE MYRIAD ABUSES THAT THE CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY COMMITS AGAINST ITS OWN PEOPLE IN VIOLATION OF ITS COMMITMENTS UNDER THE UN UNIVERSAL DECLARATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS.

 

Parliamentary committee calls China’s mistreatment of Uyghurs ‘genocide,’ urges Ottawa to sanction Beijing officials
by Steven Chase and Robert Fife
via The Globe and Mail, October 21, 2020


Xinjiang: A report and resource compilation
by Qiao Collective
via Monthly Review, October 10, 2020


Open Letter to Monthly Review
via Critical China Scholars, October 19, 2020


The Qiao Collective and Left Diasporic Chinese Nationalism
by Brian Hioe
via New Bloom Magazine, June 22, 2020


Arrested publisher Geng Xiaonan is paying the price for supporting me, says dissident law professor
by Guo Rui
via South China Morning Post, October 20, 2020


Chinese Police Detain Publisher Who Backed Former Tsinghua Professor
by Qiao Long
via Radio Free Asia, October 9, 2020


Detained Chinese Poet 'Under Pressure to Confess' in Yunnan
by Gao Feng
via Radio Free Asia, October 20, 2020


U.S. Says Has Evidence of Forced Labor in Chinese Sweetener
by Ana Monteiro
via Bloomberg, October 20, 2020


CBP Issues First Forced Labor Finding Since 1996
via U.S. Customs and Border Protection, October 20, 2020


Vatican number two says deal with China on appointment of bishops will be renewed
by Philip Pullella
via Reuters, October 21, 2020


Hong Kong protester 'Grandma Wong’: I was held in mainland China for 14 months
by Agence France-Presse
via The Guardian, October 18, 2020