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Chinese authorities’ broken promises threaten Olympic legacy | Amnesty International

31 Jul

I thought I would help friends in China out by drawing attention to Amnesty International, particularly to the recent report on the eve of the Beijing Olympics — which I do hope go as well as can be expected.

I further am helping out by tagging certain entries on this blog China forbidden topic. Now that will save the censors over there quite a lot of trouble, won’t it? So kind of me.

Finally, over the fold you will find your very own copy of the Amnesty Report. Can’t be more generous than that, can I?

The day that there are no Five Forbidden Topics will be the day China will have really stood up! 1949 was an interesting start and much good and bad has happened since. I like China and Chinese people, I really do; I mean that.

But there is a goal to aim for… No more Forbidden Topics!


Amnesty International China Report July 2008 (PDF)

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