Tuidang News

China: Test of Olympics’ Willingness to Uphold Standards

Human Rights Watch Expression, Press Restricted; Discrimination Rampant (New York) – The International Olympic Committee’s (IOC) new requirements that host cities commit to human rights reforms will be tested when its Evaluation Commission visits China on March 24-28,...

Chinese Feminists Detained on International Women's Day

Yan Fang  |  Radio Free Asia Chinese women's rights activists detained on public order charges after they planned an anti-sexual harassment campaign on International Women's Day claim they have broken no laws, relatives and lawyers said Tuesday. Chinese police are...

Reuters' News Sites Blocked in China

Wen Yuqing  |  Radio Free Asia Reuters' news website was apparently blocked in China on Friday, a day after a massive cyberattack hit an overseas-based anti-censorship site targeting the country's "Great Firewall" of blocks, filters and human monitoring. The company's...

'We Want Freedom': Tibetan Nuns

Sonam Lhamo  | Radio Free Asia Tibetan nuns living in a convent in western China’s Sichuan province rejected government offers of assistance this week, throwing gifts of shoes onto the ground and calling for freedom from Chinese rule, sources said. Their protest came...

Why Are Chinese People Quitting the Communist Party?

Brianna Pendleton  |  minghui.org (opinion) You may have read stories on the Minghui website regarding Chinese people quitting the communist party (Tuidang in Chinese means quit the party). While most do so in China, some make that choice while visiting other...

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