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Human rights forum opens in Beijing

The Fifth Beijing Forum on Human Rights opened Wednesday with experts and officials calling for efforts through science and technology and better environmental protection. Themed Science and Technology, Environment and Human Rights, this year’s forum will have three sub-themes, namely “scientific and technological development and...

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Tibetan orphan learns Thangka painting

Chosang, an 8-year-old orphan born in Yushu Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Qinghai Province, is now learning Thangka painting from a veteran Thangka master in Lhasa, capital city of Tibet. Chosang was adopted by Sonam Jokteng, a senior Thangka painter, and became his prentice in Taktse County...

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Construction goes up around a burial site

Chinese grave sites bear significant importance. Traditionally, they would worship their ancestors. Since this guy refused to allow the developers to take down his ancestors grave, then they developers had no choice but to go ahead with the construction around it. Something like this would...

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Advocates call for euthanasia law

Right-to-die campaigners say legal status must be clarified Li Yan’s body may be weak, but her will to choose the day of her death remains firm. “I can’t do anything without help from my parents – eating, bathing, anything,” said the 34-year-old, who has muscular...

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Chinese bus drivers deported from Singapore

Chinese bus drivers locked up in a cage like animals Editor’s note: Despite all Singapore’s human rights violations, we hardly ever hear about them. Why is that? The reason is simple. Singapore is corrupt, and accommodating to western multinationals. Even if you were the most...

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Samsung finds no child labor in China

South Korean tech behemoth Samsung Electronics said Monday that it found no child labor on all 105 suppliers in China following the on-site inspections in September. The Samsung audit team, comprising 121 trained and certified employees, did not identify any instance of child labor in...

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City’s first govt shelter for abuse

A man beats his wife in the street in Jinhua, Zhejiang Province in 2011. It is not known if the man was arrested. Photo: IC A shelter for victims of family violence has opened in Mentougou district, the district civil affairs bureau said Wednesday. It...

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Police say peddler wasn’t pimping young girl

Police said Sunday that a local flower vendor did not try to prostitute a young girl to a pair of “expatriates”, who mistakenly thought the girl had been abducted into the sex trade and had the story posted on the Internet, according to a post...

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Iphone employees fight oppression

Editor’s note: At Beijing Shots, we’ve mentioned the advantages, and disadvantages of Apple corporation’s presence in China. Here we have now, another negative example of Apple corporation. You would think that Foxconn, and Apple has learned their lesson from the suicides that happened in previous...

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