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China

Tension Rises Again Between Church and China

Rights groups submit a report to the UN on worsening human's rights as the State persecutes Catholic clergy

China One-Child Policy Denounced as Violating Women’s Rights

A women’s rights activist argues that China's one-child policy has widespread negative effects on the society, particularly its women.

China Has a Surplus of Men AND ‘Leftover Women’!?

Further disastrous consequences of China's one child policy

21st Century Holocaust

Millions of lives are being systematically exterminated in a land that has forgotten what it means to be a human person

Chinese Pro-Democracy Leader Arrested

“I am pessimistic that Xu will get a fair trial or a second meeting with his lawyer, or if the authorities will allow the lawyer to read the relevant documents to prepare for the trial," said …

Care for Parents Goes From Filial to Legal Obligation

Care for parents goes from filial to legal obligation

New Chinese Law Requires Children to Visit Elderly Parents

China's one-child policy means many adults have no help in caring for elderly parents

Chinese Bishops Win Big Electricity Price Cut for Churches

The government doesn't officially recognize the Catholic Church, but their churches should still benefit from the new rules

China Pushes the Boundaries of its Power with its Neighbors

With a powerful economy and well funded military, China seems to feel comfortable asserting itself more and more

Suspicions of Chinese Pressure as NYU Dismisses Human Rights Activist

NYU claims the arrangement was always for one year only, but that's not what they said when Chen Guangcheng first arrived

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