The HRIC Daily Brief is a daily selection of news stories and commentary related to human rights in China, drawn from Chinese- and English-language news and online media sources that we monitor daily. In addition to headlines and source links, HRIC also provides English translation of Chinese headlines.

Monday, January 11, 2010

January 09-11, 2010

Civil Society
Charter 08, the Troubled History and Future of Chinese Liberalism
The Asia-Pacific Journal, January 11, 2010

我国近30年外逃官员达4000人 卷走500多亿美元 (Over Past 30 Years, 4,000 Officials Flee China with over US$50 Billion)
China National Radio, January 11, 2010

Don't Push Us, China Warns Rich Countries
The Sydney Morning Herald, January 11, 2010

反垃圾焚烧代表称李坑癌症调查很不称职 (Anti-Guangzhou Incinerator Project Representative: The Cancer Survey Was Not Done Competently)
Xin Kuai Bao, January 11, 2010

Hong Kong
Hong Kong Opposition to Rail Holds Off Vote
The Wall Street Journal, January 11, 2010

Hong Kong Pro-democracy Activist Arrested
Associated Press, January 09, 2010

Related news:
Christina Chan Case Raises Fears
South China Morning Post, January 11, 2010
Human Rights Defender – Liu Xiaobo (刘晓波)
A Dissident in China
Korea Times, January 11, 2010

香港民间团体声援刘晓波联署零八宪章 (Hong Kong Groups Support Liu and Charter 08)
Radio Free Asia, January 10, 2010

Related news:
Vaclav Havel and Other Czech Dissidents Stand Up for Chinese Activist Liu Xiaobo
The Washington Post, January 09, 2010
所有域名注冊者本月起必須提供企業証件 (All Domain Name Registrations Must Provide Enterprise Certificate from this Month on)
Legal Evening News, January 11, 2010

Related news:
CNNIC Suspends New Foreign .CN Registrations
Web Host Industry Review, January 06, 2010
Public Health
AIDS and the Elderly: More Elderly Afflicted with HIV
China Daily, January 11, 2010

First National Radio Show Dedicated to HIV/Aids Prevention Goes on Air
South China Morning Post, January 11, 2010

Christians' Detention Sparks Concern
South China Morning Post, January 11, 2010

State Security
Rio Executives to Learn Fate
Australian Broadcasting Corporation, January 11, 2010

Three Gorges
Central China City Relocates 150,000 People for Three Gorges Project in 17 Years
Xinhua News Agency, January 10, 2010