China's Official Covid Rates Are Down. But Has That Come at the Cost of Human Rights?
A ChinaFile Conversation
Government Response Hinged on Invasive New Surveillance Methods
China's censorship has silenced people's voices and rights. When the WHO cheers for its response, we should ask: At what and whose expenses?
Study Conducted on Detainees in Compulsory Drug Centers
The National Human Rights Action Plan wraps up after two years, but confessions extracted by torture are still accepted in Chinese courts