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THE United States voiced opposition to China's one-child-only policy after activists reported that a five-month-pregnant woman faces an imminent forced abortion. State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland said that the United States has asked China
Ming Pao Daily News A Chinese activist angers the authorities by helping people use the law to protect their rights, and ends up trapped inside his home for months...Feng Zhenghu remains under house arrest in his third-floor flat in central Shanghai.
Western media describe my friend and colleague Chen Guangcheng as a blind activist who made a flight to freedom when China allowed him to journey from Beijing to the United States. What is essential about Chen is neither his blindness nor his family'
Shandong security officials are responsible for the treatment of Chen Guangcheng, who escaped from his heavily guarded home in Linyi county in that province in April...China, where hardliners who rose up through the powerful and secretive security
Chinese legal activist Chen Guangcheng is planning to write a book about his life and his quest for human rights in his native country. Chen had three goals, his spokesman Matt Dorf said Thursday: to spread his message for
Trade Representative Ron Kirk says a top priority for his office this year is repeal of the Jackson-Vanik amendment that can be used to put trade restrictions on Russia. The Cold War-era amendment allows denial of most-favored-
David Handschuh/Daily News Chen Guangcheng at the Council on Foreign Relations The blind Chinese dissident who made a cloak-and-dagger journey to America had his first major appearance since landing in New York City...Nobody can stop the progress of
In his first major public appearance since shortly after arriving in the United States nearly two weeks ago, Mr. Chen, 40, also praised Chinese leaders for allowing him to exercise his legal right to study abroad as a Chinese citizen and had not, as
Chinese legal activist Chen Guangcheng told an audience in New York on Thursday that he thinks his county is moving toward becoming a more democratic society, but he said it will only reach its potential when his fellow citizens stop tolerating
The Chinese activist whose dramatic escape from a brutal, extrajudicial house arrest culminated in a flight to the U.S. earlier this month has a speaking engagement in Manhattan. Chinese legal activist Chen Guangcheng arrives at Washington Square