Chen should have learned from the Elian Gonzalez affair. Democrats don't give a rat's ass about actual people. Human RIghts is just a political tool to use for the personal political gain of political hustlers. In other words, the blind guy is screwed.

Chinese activist wants to go to U.S

Chen's Fight Against Forced Abortion Draws Support From American Activists

Liu Xiaobo for his long and non-violent struggle for fundamental human rights in China.

The Nobel Peace Prize Xiaobo Born: 28 December China Residence at the time of the award: China Prize motivation: "for his long and non-violent struggle for fundamental human rights in China" Field: human rights Prize share:

Individuals Still Missing or Detained | Human Rights in China 中国人权 | HRIC

Information from sources including China Human Rights Lawyers Concern Group, Amnesty International, and Chinese Human Rights Defenders. China Human Rights Lawyers Concern Group (CHRLCG) has recently launched a postcard campaign to support human rights

Equal rights and human rights in China

Equal rights and human rights in China

Liu Xiaobo (Chinese: 刘晓波; pinyin: Liú Xiǎobō; 28 December 1955 – 13 July 2017)[2][3] was a Chinese literary critic, writer, human rights activist and Nobel Peace Prize laureate who called for political reforms and was involved in campaigns to end communist single-party rule. He died from multiple organ failure due to LIVER CANCER July 13 2017 at the age of 61.

Liu Xiaobo - 2010 Nobel Peace Prize - Chinese professor, writer, and human rights activist

I’m not a paranoid person, but my experience making a film about human rights in China gave me a sense of fear that I think westerners don’t comprehend

I want you to understand the sense of fear that Chinese people feel every day

I’m not a paranoid person, but my experience making a film about human rights in China gave me a sense of fear that I think westerners don’t comprehend

Miss World Anastasia Lin discusses the violation of human rights in China at Vaclav Havel Library

Discussion with Canadian Miss World Pageant winner Anastasia Lin on violation of human rights in China in Vaclav Havel Library, Prague, Czech Republic, September Credit: CTK PHOTO/DIIMEX.

How do Chinese people defend human rights in China without going to jail? How can they seek justice without the state hitting back at them?

How do Chinese people defend human rights in China without going to jail? How can they seek justice without the state hitting back at them?

Champion of Human Rights in China Leaves a Tarnished Legacy - The New York Times

Champion of Human Rights in China Leaves a Tarnished Legacy

Harry Wu, who spent 19 years in Chinese labor camps, secured a grant from Yahoo to aid families of persecuted dissidents, but very little of it went to them.

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