Monday, May 10, 2010

May 8-10, 2010


Freedom of Movement
More Mainland Regions to Gain Travel Access to Taiwan
China Daily, May 10, 2010

Freedom of Speech
A History Lesson that is on the Right Lines
South China Morning Post, May 10, 2010

Human Rights Defenders
Down and out in China
Asia Times Online, May 10, 2010

China Disbars Two Rights Defense Lawyers
Associated Press, May 10, 2010

Related Information:

Beijing Judicial Bureau Revokes Licenses of Two Rights Defense Lawyers

Human Rights in China, May 7, 2010

Human Rights Defender - Wan Yanhai (万延海)
Despite Pressures, Activist Perseveres
South China Morning Post, May 10, 2010

June Fourth
旅日华人导演翰光到港推广六四记录片「长城外」 (Japan-based Chinese Director Han Guang Visits Hong Kong to Promote His June Fourth Documentary)
Radio Free Asia, May 09, 2010

Lax Laws, Lack of Funds Make China's Mines Deadliest
China Daily, May 10, 2010

广州工地坍塌致44 保安手拉手排人墙堵记者 (Security Guards Kick Reporters out the Site of Industrial Accident in Guangzhou)
The Beijing Times, May 10, 2010

Chinese City
Opens its Books in a Step for Reform
Associated Press, May 10, 2010

原中宣部长朱厚泽去世 80年代力主"思想自由" (Former Propaganda Department Chief Zhu Houze Passes away)
Oriental Morning Post (via Eastday), May 10, 2010

Protests and Petitions
上海访民胡燕在联合国总部前抗议 (Shanghainese Petitioner Hu Yan Protests outside UN New York Headquarters)
Radio Free Asia, May 08, 2010

China Ordains Bishops Backed by Vatican
Financial Times, May 10, 2010

我国贫富差距正在逼近社会容忍红线” (China Rich-Poor Polarization Provoking Alarm: Experts)
Economic Information Daily (via Eastday), May 10, 2010

Dalai Lama tells AP: Exiles must press China talks‎
Associated Press, May 08, 2010