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    Hong Kong’s MTR Corporation profiteering from state repression

    “A tool of the government’s political crackdown”  Adam N. Lee, chinaworker.info Hong Kong’s state-owned rail giant MTR has expanded aggressively overseas in the past decade. The company has exploited the worldwide mania for privatisation of f...

    Dangerous turn in Korean nuclear conflict

    Trump vs. Kim: Nuclear brinkmanship between two unstable regimes Editorial from Offensiv, newspaper of CWI Sweden (Rättvisepartiet Socialisterna) In the past week the already tense situation on the Korean Peninsula took a new dangerous turn. Af...

    CWI member Hu Xufang forced to flee China

    Xu and his family are victims of China’s deepening police crackdown chinaworker.info reporters Hu Xufang is a 45-year-old former management consultant from Liaoning province. He is a member of the Committee for a Workers’ International (CWI) in...

    Hong Kong: Defend ‘Long Hair’ and other threatened lawmakers

    Government purge widens to throw out four more lawmakers Dikang, chinaworker.info The purge of lawmakers in Hong Kong has widened as chinaworker.info and many others warned could be the case. Four elected legislators including veteran left-wing...

    China: One year since Gui Minhai’s abduction

    Criticism of foreign governments’ inactivity and connivance as China’s crackdown ‘goes global’ Adam N. Lee, chinaworker.info A year has passed since Gui Minhai disappeared in Thailand, on 17 October 2015. Gui, a Swedish citizen, is one of five ...

    Hong Kong: Kidnapped bookseller breaks silence

    Explosive first hand account of abduction ordeal exposes the gangster methods of China’s regime Dikang, Socialist Action (CWI in Hong Kong) Appearing at a Hong Kong press conference more than eight months after his abduction and disappearance a...

    China unleashes ‘white terror’ against protesting workers

    Wave of repression – over 30 mineworkers arrested after Shuangyashan strike Dahu, chinaworker.info The so-called ‘Shuangyashan incident’ – a six-day strike by around 10,000 coal miners in March – has shaken the dictatorship of the CCP (Chinese ...

    Hong Kong: Protesters call for release of Guangdong labour activists

    More than 100 join Hong Kong protest on International Human Rights Day Sue Sparks, reprinted with kind permission of Hong Kong Free Press More than a hundred people gathered at the Western District Police Station in Sai Ying Pun on 9 December, ...

    Xi Jinping’s first state visit to the US

    Sino-US tensions increasing as China’s economy stumbles Vincent Kolo, chinaworker.info China’s president Xi Jinping began his week-long visit to the United States, touching down in Seattle on Tuesday 22 September, where he met with top CEOs inc...

    China launches sweeping crackdown on rights lawyers

    More than 100 arrests • Human rights lawyers branded “enemies of the state” chinaworker.info reporters Xi Jinping has once again shown his authoritarian credentials with what appears to be a nationally coordinated weekend crackdown on human rig...

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