Radio Free Asia, Human Rights, 3d
"The herders have been forced off their land by the army to make way for a military exercise area" said an ethnic Mongolian resident of Dorbod, Ethnic Mongolians, who make up almost 20 percent of Inner Mongolia's population of 23 million, complain of environmental destruction and unfair development policies in the region.
Epoch Times, China, 3d
After two reporters from China’s state-run news outlets were banned from Canadian PM trip to the Arctic, a spokesperson from the prime minister’s office told to QMI Agency: “Certain news outlets were no longer welcome to travel with Harper, One of those reporters, working for "the People’s Daily", published an article stating the concerns that he and his colleague from Xinhua News Agency,were gathering intelligence for China.
fpif.org., Democratic movement, 3d
The majority of Hong Kongers have long expressed a desire for genuine universal suffrage. Currently, Hong Kong’s top official is chosen by a pro-Beijing “election committee.” and Beijing continues to insist that under the Basic Law, the right to nominate candidates continues to reside with a nominating committee.
, Persecution, 3m
UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office , 4m
"The facts on the ground point to the fact that China’s communist regime severely curtails civil and political rights and utilizes the use of violence frequently when faced with free-thinkers, human rights defenders and those who petition for change" was written in the UK report
China's environmental crisis is due to the fact that it's huge economic growth has come at the expense of its environment and public health. Citizens in big Chinese cities citizens have dubbed the air pollution as "airpocalypse".
The Center for International Media Assistance, 10m
The Chinese Communist Party is exporting patterns of domestic control to censor unwanted news and stifle opposition viewpoints internationally.