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, September 14, 2012

Bilateral Ties

Nepal Rejects U.S. Plea for Tibetans

Radio Free Asia, September 13, 2012

燒日本車打日本人 內地反日趨激 (Mainland Anti-Japan Protests Escalate in Violence with Burnings of Japanese Cars and Beatings of Japanese People)

Ming Pao, September 14, 2012


Ministry of Civil Affairs: No More Child Beggar on Streets

Sina, September 14, 2012

Hong Kong

Advocates Say Hong Kong Not Doing Enough for Rights of the Disabled

South China Morning Post, September 14, 2012

Human Rights Defenders

Teacher, Violinist, Enemy of the State? Web Posts Spur Free-Speech Debate in China

Time World, September 11, 2012


Online Protest Grows as Former Teacher Awaits Verdict on “Inciting Subversion of State Power”

Human Rights in China, September 13, 2012


贵州天义电器厂工人集体大罢工要求加薪 (Guizhou Factory Workers Organize a Major Strike for Increased Wages)

Radio Free Asia, September 12, 2012


Detention of Ming Pao Journalists on Mainland Condemned

South China Morning Post, September 14, 2012


官方禁錮記者逼「採訪」 (Official Detains Ming Pao Journalist, Then Forces Them to "Report" under Watch)

Ming Pao, September 12, 2012


汪洋:不改革如溫水煮蛙 (Guangdong Party Head: Without Reform, We'll Be Like Frogs in Boiling Water)

Ming Pao, September 14, 2012