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?

Chinese Activist Hu Jia Finds Car Vandalized, Why the China Regime Won’t Stop Harassing Him

Hu Jia Car VandalizedChinese Human Rights Activist Hu Jia Tweeted Found his Car Vandalized This Morning, Is This Another Warning to him by the China Regime?

On the 05 January, 2008 I wrote here that Chinese authorities arrested Hu Jia at his Beijing home accusing him of “Subverting State Authority” a charge often times used against dissidents.

In August, Foreign Policy reprinted an open letter by Hu Jia to the China regime in which he described his life as a “prisoner of conscience” and being under constant surveillance by Chinese authorities, preventing most people from visiting him.

“I’m not alone. All Chinese dissidents are in prison, some are in official prisons, guarded by police that stand behind high walls and electric wires, others are in societal prisons buttressed by “stability maintenance” the name the Chinese Communist Party’s system of controlling what it sees as unstable elements and some like me, move back and forth between the two.”

In July, Radio Free Asia published a photo of Hu Jia after he reportedly was beaten up by “trained men’ (plainclothes cops) on a Beijing street.

Isn’t it ironic and quite frightening, that the annual Beijing Forum on Human Rights kicked off  this week when the China regime has such a dismal human rights record.

Related: Chinese Activist Gao Zhisheng Out of Prison But Not Free –WaPo

China Regime Murders of Falun Gong Practitioners for Kidney Harvesting

(New Tang Dynasty) Sixteen organ traffickers including surgeons were recently sued by Beijing Haidian District Procuratorate–the sixteen suspects had removed 51 kidneys for sale and had earned a profit of over RMB 10 Million ($1,587,704.00 USD) the Kidney ring reportedly provided a one station service.

The tidy organ transplants stem from the Chinese Communist Party continued persecution of Fulan Gong practitioners–further investigation revealed, organ traffickers have reportedly provided a one-station service–the entire process ranges from seeking kidney donors and contacting buyers, to hospitals leasing and actual removal surgery.

On the 31 March, 2011 I wrote here about Hu Jie and the China Regime Forced “Black Market” Organ Harvesting.

More here from NTDTV in Chinese & English

Former Dep Mayor Chongqing Suspected in Falun Gong Organ Harvesting

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

Related: China Regime Keeps Tight Grip on Former Prisoners

Chinese Human Rights Activist May Be Jailed For Writing Letter To Obama

Yang Zili

Yang Zili has previously served 8 years in a Chinese prison for subverting state authority an overly used broad term often times used to detain Chinese Human Rights Activists several well known human rights activists have been imprisoned by Chinese Authorities. Yao Fuxin and Xiao Yunliang, from Liaoyang, were detained after peaceful demonstrations and the organization of Independent Workers Congress. In March 2002 Yao and Xiao, were sentenced to 7 years in prison.

Gao Zhisheng remains missing in China, having been detained and tortured by authorities. Last year I wrote that PRC authorities have detained Hu Jia and in December I wrote that PRC detained Liu Xiaobo for organizing academic professionals calling for Democratic and Legal reforms.

Chinese Activist Yang Zili, faces arrest for writing a letter to President Obama Via China Digital Times

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