Will Obama at APEC Summit Address China Regime Dismal Human Rights Record With Xi Jinping?

China...China Human Rights Activist Hu Jia Seen Standing By a Window Supporting Hong Kong’s ‘Umbrella Revolution’ Image: BBC@Twitter

(BBC)  Human Rights groups are calling on world leaders to raise the issue of ‘Human Rights’ in China during the ‘Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation’ (APEC) Summit.

Amnesty International says that 76 people have been detained arrested by the China regime during the past few weeks for supporting the “Freedom Movement” in Hong Kong.

BBC reporter Martin Patience attempted to visit the home of Hu Jia in Beijing but was turned away by authorities.

On the 06 November, Radio France Intl reported (in Chinese) that China Dictator Xi Jinping now says that is time to reverse Deng Xiaoping’s “One Country Two System’s” policy.

Obama reportedly will be addressing with Xi Jinping concern of  their cyber-espionage on the United States but will he also bring up China regime’s human rights abuses, their inhumane treatment of Human Rights Atty Gao Zhisheng, Activist Liu Xiaobao and many, many others?

China Regime Decries Call to Name D.C. Street After Chinese Human Rights Activist Liu XiaoBo

Liu Xiao-Bo Address Change

(Reuters) China regime today criticized a group of Congressional Members calling on Washington, to name a street near the Chinese Embassy, after imprisoned human rights activist Liu XiaoBo calling it a “provocation” and “ignorant.”

On the 08 December, 2008 the Chinese regime arrested prominent human rights activist Liu XiaoBo after he co-authored Charter 08 a 2008 manuscript which was signed by hundreds of Chinese citizens calling for Democratic reforms in China and an end to Chinese Communism one party rule.

In 2009 I wrote here that Chinese authorities launched a huge crackdown on signatories of “Charter 08”  which had been hailed as the most significant act of public dissent against the China regime since the Tiananmen Square pro-democracy protests that were crushed nearly 25 years ago next month.

More here from ‘Go Petition’ Free Liu XiaoBo

China Sentences Blogger/Pro Democracy Activist Chen Xi to Ten Years in Prison

(Washington Times) A Chinese Court in Guiyang, Guizhou Province sentenced Blogger/Pro Democracy Activist Chen Xi to 10 years imprisonment for subverting state authority–writing 36 essays and posting them online.

The harsh sentence comes near to the end of the year in which the China Regime has used various means to silence human rights activists.

On the 04 October, I wrote here that the China Regime has completely cut off Liu XiaoBo from the outside world leading to a “lonely and oppressed life” according to Chinese Blogger and Human Rights Activist Hu Jia spouse Zeng Jinyan another well known Chinese Blogger arrested three years ago for the superfluous crime of subverting state authority.

Full article here from The Washington Times

Related: Chen Wei Sentenced to 9 Years for Online Essays –CDT

Liu XiaoBo Leaves Jail Following Father’s Death, Spouse Liu Xia House Arrest Continues

Human Rights Activists Demonstration for Liu Xiaobo in January

The China Regime has completely cut off Liu XiaoBo from the outside world leading to a ‘lonely and oppressed life” said Chinese Blogger and Human Rights Activist Zeng Jinyan wife of another well known Chinese Blogger Hu Jia, arrested three years ago for the superfluous crime of subverting state authority.

China has a long history of punishing family members of government critics but the Liu case is different, he is the first to win the noble peace prize and by isolating Liu, Beijing seems intent on preventing him from becoming a rallying point for political activists.

More here from China Digital Times

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