Monday, November 16, 2009

November 14-16, 2009

Bilateral Ties
Obama Arrives in China for Maiden Visit
Agence France-Presse, November 15, 2009
Related news:
Taiwan Issue, Spying Hold Back Ties With US Military
South China Morning Post, November 16, 2009

奥巴马在上海与青年学生对话 (Obama Holds Open Forum with University Students in Shanghai)
Radio France Internationale, November 16, 2009
中美关系:人权重,重几何? (Sino-American Relations: Human Rights Is Important, But How Much?)
British Broadcasting Corporation, November 13, 2009

Related information:
丁子霖致奥巴马总统的信 (Letter to President Barack Obama from Ding Zilin)
November 13, 2009
Human Rights Defenders
China Dissidents 'Detained Ahead of Obama Visit'
Agence France-Presse, November 14, 2009

Related news:
Organizer of Families of Tainted Milk Powder Victims Detained
Human Rights in China, November 13, 2009
維權人士被強行帶離北京 (Rights Activists Forced to Leave Beijing prior to Obama Visit)
Ming Pao, November 16, 2009

民工討薪遭百人圍毆 (Hunan Migrant Workers Demanding Back Wages Surrounded, Beaten by 100+ People )
Ming Pao, November 14, 2009

UN Slated for Stifling Net Debate
British Broadcasting Corporation, November 16, 2009
教師寫網誌被拘 狀告公安 (Liaoning Elementary School Teacher Criminally Detained after Writing Online Magazine Criticizing Local PSB)
Ming Pao, November 16, 2009

Protests and Petitions
Shenzhen Hardens Rules on Detaining Citizens
Financial Times, November 13, 2009

上海访民吁请美国总统奥巴马关注中国人权问题 (200 Shanghainese Petitioners Send Joint Letter to Obama Calling for Attention on Human Rights)
Radio Free Asia, November 15, 2009

China Blocks Unregistered Church Service Again
Associated Press, November 15, 2009

Dalai Lama Was a Slave Master, China Tells Obama
Associated Press, November 15, 2009