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.

Friday, November 26, 2010

November 26, 2010

Bilateral Ties
China Detains Aussie Business Executive for Alleged Embezzlement Probe
Australian Associated Press, November 26, 2010

China Welcomes Growing African Trade, But Not the Africans Who Facilitate It
Christian Science Monitor, November 25, 2010

Death Penalty
中国最高法院复核推翻一成死刑判决 (Supreme People's Court Overturns 10 Percent of Death Sentences)
British Broadcasting Corporation, November 26, 2010

调查显家庭暴力是诱发女性和未成年人犯罪主因 (Survey: Domestic Violence Leading Cause in Criminal Offences by Women and Minors)
China National Radio, November 25, 2010

Human Rights Defender -- Liu Zhengyou, 刘正有
四川维权人士刘正有上诉被驳回 (Sichuan Court Overrules Activist Liu Zhengyou's Appeal)
Radio Free Asia, November 25, 2010

Human Rights Defenders
Police Take Christian Leader, Family from Home
South China Morning Post, November 26, 2010

北京首次设立安全生产黑名单 (Beijing Establishes First Production Safety Blacklist)
The Beijing Times, November 26, 2010

Wen, Central Asian Peers Push for Co-operation
South China Morning Post, November 26, 2010

Probe of Disgraced Mayor over, Shenzhen Chief Says
South China Morning Post, November 26, 2010

Protests and Petitions
Students Rampage over School-meal Price Hikes
Global Times, November 26, 2010

Public Health
北京卫生局:艾滋病感染者60岁以上老人比例上升 (Beijing Health Department: Increase in HIV/AIDS in the Elderly)
The Beijing Times, November 26, 2010

社科院调查农村畜禽养殖发现抗生素滥用普遍 (CASS Survey: 50 Percent of China's Antibiotics Fed to Livestock)
Chongqing Evening News, November 26, 2010

中國反對美國攻擊宗教人權 (China Disputes US Attack on Religious Freedom)
Ming Pao, November 26, 2010
Related information:
2010 International Religious Freedom Report
US Department of State, November 25, 2010
Shanghai World Expo
Shanghai Suffers 'Poor Air Quality' as Expo Ends
Agence France-Presse, November 25, 2010