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.

Tuesday, November 02, 2010

November 02, 2010

Top news
Nobel Peace Prize / Liu Xiaobo (刘晓波)
HK Relishes Freedom to Debate Liu Xiaobo
South China Morning Post, November 02, 2010

China to Battle School Enrollment Disorder
Xinhua News Agency, November 02, 2010

Food Security
Puberty Baby in Milk Test Wrangle
Shanghai Daily, November 02, 2010

我国农村居民饮水面临缺水和水质差两大难题 (Rural Dwellers' Major Hurdles: Water Shortage, Water Quality)
Legal Daily, November 02, 2010

重庆高校学生“农转城” 户籍问题引发关注 (Concern Arises after Chongqing College Students Forced to Convert Hukou from Rural to Urban)
Radio Free Asia, November 01, 2010

Human Rights Defender
Activist Told Public of Environment in Crisis
Associated Press, November 02, 2010

June Fourth
U.N. Official Honors Leader of Tiananmen Crackdown
The Wall Street Journal, November 01, 2010

3 Officials Perish in Closed Mine
South China Morning Post, November 02, 2010

Land Policy
List of Forced Demolition Cases Grows Longer
China Daily, November 02, 2010

首例艾滋病就业歧视案调查:法律未明示体检标准 (Look into First HIV/AIDS Employment Discrimination Case: Law Does Not Explicitly Set Out Standards for Physical Examinations)
China Economic Times, November 02, 2010

UN Chief's Silence on China Rights Draws Critics
Agence France-Presse, November 02, 2010

China Threatened by Shortage of Workers and Wives
Financial Times, November 01, 2010

In China, Hit-and-Run Death Exposes Class Anger
Associated Press, November 01, 2010