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October 22—Today, United States Senator Josh Hawley introduced Senate Resolution 752 condemning the Chinese Communist Party’s use of forced labor and other coercive measures to destroy religious freedom in Tibet. The Resolution calls on American companies to divest of suppliers who use...

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Today a cross-movement coalition, representing Tibetan, Uyghur, Hongkonger, and Chinese Democracy groups, were invited to their first meeting with International Olympic Committee (IOC) representatives since 2002. [1][2] Activists joined to discuss the ongoing serious human rights violations facing those living under Chinese...

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INFILTRATION OF THE NYPD IS A WAKE-UP CALL TO ALL THOSE WHO DOUBT CHINA'S REACH. According to news reports, an NYPD officer named Baimadajie Angwang has been arrested for spying on local Tibetan communities in New York for the Chinese government [1]....

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Beijing Winter Olympics 2022: Over 160 Campaign Groups call on the International Olympic Committee to ‘reverse past mistakes’ in awarding Beijing the 2022 Winter Olympics Activists remind the IOC of past warnings of China’s human rights atrocities ahead of the Executive Committee meeting in...

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For the first time, Apple has issued a new human rights policy [1] that includes the company’s commitment to freedom of information and expression as human rights. The policy comes after Tibet, Uyghur, Hong Konger, Chinese democracy, and ethical consumer activist groups campaigned [2]...

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Tibetan, Uyghur and other activists protested outside Apple’s flagship store in the Carnegie Library, Washington D.C., on Thursday, in a campaign organised by the international consumer group SumOfUs and Students for a Free Tibet. The protest follows Apple CEO Tim Cook’s appearance...

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