Human Rights In China Videos
Ai Weiwei newest exhibit explores refugee crisis
Chinese artist Ai Weiwei launched an exhibition in Sydney, Australia, that intends to draw attention to the world's refugee crisis.
Oct. 8, 2010: Liu Xiaobo awarded Nobel Peace Prize while in prison
The Nobel Peace Prize was awarded today to a Chinese dissident being held in prison and the reaction from leaders in Beijing was ferocious. The prize went to human rights activist Lila Zhao ball and President Obama who won last year's prize culturally as a media release. Tim Curley got the last TV
Rep. Carolyn Mahoney on Why She's Behind Clinton
David this is OC gratis with ABC news here in Philadelphia for the Democratic National Convention and sitting next to be just a fantastic. And wonderful congressman from the twelfth disc of New York. Carolyn Maloney thank you so much respect alum thank you for inviting me healthier I'm delighted to
How Should U.S. Respond to Sony Cyber Attack?
After the U.S. identified the North Korean government as responsible for the Sony cyber attack, a panel of experts debates how the U.S. and Sony should respond.
The US Is Trolling the Chinese Embassy in DC
Rep Frank Wolf sponsored the measure to rename the street right outside the Chines Embassy after Liu Xiaobo.
China Tightens Security on 25th Anniversary of Tiananmen Square Protests
Beijing whitewashes crackdown that killed hundreds in pro-democracy student rally.
Chinese Becomes New Language in the Classroom
And toni we have a story about something going on in american classrooms across the country. A lot of parents want their children to learn to speak chinese, a lot of schools can't afford it. So what's been happening? Chinese teachers are coming in paid for by the chinese government. Abc's dan
Ai Weiwei 'Never Sorry'
Chinese artist fights to expose the oppression and corruption of the Chinese government.
Chen Guancheng Arrives in U.S.
The blind Chinese dissident who escaped house arrest has made it to America.
Clinton: Chen Guangcheng Can Apply to Study in U.S.
Secretary of state says China will let blind dissident apply to study abroad.