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A biased view of China

By Liu Jie | China Daily | Updated: 2012-01-30 07:58

To attack and censure socialist system is the true intention of distorted portrayal of the country's human rights environment

On the eve of the Chinese New Year, Human Rights Watch released its Global Annual Report 2012. As of old, the organization found fault with China's human rights situation. Full of subjective assumptions and cliches, the report concentrated its firepower on political issues in China.

The Chinese government's endeavor to maintain social stability, protect national security, and even its voting behavior as a permanent member of the UN Security Council are all targeted in the report.

A biased view of China

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