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New law would allow Beijing to filter out foreign funding of groups that support free expression and civil society.

New law would allow Beijing to filter out foreign funding of groups that support free expression and civil society.

After more than three decades, China finally liberalizes its population control policy, but the damage is done.

After more than three decades, China finally liberalizes its population control policy, but the damage is done.

Chinese students celebrating with one another after completing the gaokao at Beijing Renmin University Affiliated High School on June 8.

The Satirical Relief After China's Pressure-Cooker College Exam

Chinese students celebrating with one another after completing the gaokao at Beijing Renmin University Affiliated High School on June 8.

Foreign NGO's targeted.  In a U.S.-China relationship marked by constant frictions, people-to-people exchanges have helped keep overall ties on an even keel. What is deeply troubling to Western legal experts is the law’s sweeping definition of NGOs: all groups operating outside the scope of government and commerce. This will bring under police watch not just traditional nonprofits, but also the activities of foreign colleges and their alumni clubs, sports and artistic bodies and professional…

Enemies of the State: Beijing Targets NGOs

Foreign NGO's targeted. In a U.S.-China relationship marked by constant frictions, people-to-people exchanges have helped keep overall ties on an even keel. What is deeply troubling to Western legal experts is the law’s sweeping definition of NGOs: all groups operating outside the scope of government and commerce. This will bring under police watch not just traditional nonprofits, but also the activities of foreign colleges and their alumni clubs, sports and artistic bodies and professional…

TODAYonline.com - Tragedy of China’s missing children

TODAYonline.com - Tragedy of China’s missing children

An archive picture of a trafficking gang caught in Inner Mongolia in northern China last year. Women are sold into prostitution or as brides by the gangs, mainly in poor areas of the country. Photo: Xinhua

An archive picture of a trafficking gang caught in Inner Mongolia in northern China last year. Women are sold into prostitution or as brides by the gangs, mainly in poor areas of the country. Photo: Xinhua

The Chinese government’s announcement today that it will allow all couples to have two children finally puts an end to its decades-long “one-child” policy. It’s a positive step, and one likely to be greeted with joy by millions of couples, but it doesn’t change the fact that China’s family-planning policies remain coercive and abusive.

The Chinese government’s announcement today that it will allow all couples to have two children finally puts an end to its decades-long “one-child” policy. It’s a positive step, and one likely to be greeted with joy by millions of couples, but it doesn’t change the fact that China’s family-planning policies remain coercive and abusive.

UNICEF committed to supporting services for rural children in China - Stories - UNICEF China Protecting children's rights

UNICEF committed to supporting services for rural children in China - Stories - UNICEF China Protecting children's rights

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