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.

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

December 15, 2010

'Sex Diary Official' Receives 13 Years
China Daily, December 15, 2010

Death Penalty
China Says Filipino Drug Mules Handled According to Law
Agence France-Presse, December 14, 2010

Struggle to Save Last Fish Reserve on the Yangtze
South China Morning Post, December 15, 2010

Food Security
卫生部官员称:农村儿童存在严重“隐性饥饿” (MOH Officials: Rural Children Suffer Severely from “Hidden Hunger”)
China Education Daily, December 13, 2010

Civil Service Still Seen as Golden Rice Bowl
Asia Times Online, December 15, 2010

Human Rights Defender -- Du Daobin (杜导斌)
Controls On Released Dissident
Radio Free Asia, December 14, 2010
Related information:
Writer Imprisoned for Essays; Still Silenced after Release 杜导斌因言获罪 出狱后仍被禁声
Human Rights in China, December 08, 2010
Human Rights Defender -- Hada
Mongolia Separatist Out of Prison, Still Detained?
Associated Press, December 14, 2010
Related information:
Mongolian Dissident Hada Missing after Scheduled Prison Release; Wife and Son Detained
哈达15年刑满后下落不明 其妻、子刑拘
Human Rights in China, December 14, 2010
Human Rights Defenders
北京基督徒维权律师遇袭 无牌车暴徒公路追击 (Beijing: Rights Lawyer Zhang Kai Attacked on Road)
Radio Free Asia, December 14, 2010

Beijing Keeps Leading Christian Locked Up
The Australian, December 15, 2010

Mentally Ill Workers Enslaved in China Rescued
Associated Press, December 15, 2010

26名工人被欠薪靠赊账吃饭 光馒头就赊1600元 (26 Workers without Wages after High Board Charges)
Peninsula Metropolis Newspaper, December 15, 2010

Land Policy
母亲不满14岁女儿被拆迁人员骚扰服毒 (Mother Takes Poison after Eviction Personnel’s Harassment of Daughter)
Yangtse Evening Post, December 15, 2010

Social Security
Shelters Open Doors to Homeless in Shanghai
China Daily, December 15, 2010