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China opens human rights website
Updated: 2005-07-09 12:31

China opened a Chinese-language website on human rights issues in Beijing Friday.

The website www.humanrights.com.cn, sponsored by the China Human Rights Development Fund, will focus on introduction of the human rights situation both in China and the rest of the world and the development of human rights organizations.

Huang Hua, honorary president of the fund and China's former vice-premier, said in a congratulatory letter that the website will help the young to know more about human rights and promote human rights development in both China and the rest of the world.

The website has eight columns including news center, human rights organizations and public welfare undertakings.

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