Social Movement

Chinese Rights Activist Detained After Anti-Child Abuse Campaign

作者: Luisetta Mudie Hours after activist Ye Haiyan tweeted on Thursday that she was being attacked in her home, an announcement on Guangxi's Yulin municipal police department's verified Sina Weibo account said she was being held under administrative detention for wounding three women with a knife. 2013-05-31     

China police stop spread of Egypt news: activist

 (AFP) – 2 days ago BEIJING — Police in southwest China have barred activists from distributing leaflets about anti-government protests in Egypt and Tunisia, deeming the news too sensitive, one dissident said Wednesday. Activists in Guizhou province tried to hand out information about the demonstrations over the weekend, but police told them this was an "unusual period" and gave them 3,000 yuan ($450) to stop, Chen Xi told AFP.

CTU Youth Volunteer Group listed Seven Sins of Hong Kong Government in Creating Youth Poverty

Recently, the very high-profile protest by the youth reveals the difficulties faced by young people in general. Government figures have shown that the problem of youth poverty is getting worse, and this has increasingly led to grievances of young people, and more courage to fight against the regime collusion.

Chinese Investments in Africa: Opportunity or Threat for Workers?

This report is against this background that the China-Africa Summit of November 2006 and China’s renewed interest in Africa have to be understood. China is essentially interested in natural resources and raw materials and offers investments in roads, railways and infrastructure. The deals concluded during the China-Africa summit are worth US$ 1,9 billion and include an aluminium plant in Egypt; a highway in Nigeria; a rural telephone network in Ghana; a copper project in Zambia and a ferrochrome smelter in South Africa.


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