|Liu Xiaobo and Liu Xia suffered human rights violations|
With the year ending in just over two weeks, China has already hailed 2017 as one of "remarkable" progress in human rights, including its achievements in anti-corruption and legal reform, which don't have much, if anything to do with human rights.
The latest State Council white paper listed international cooperation on counterterrorism and climate change, as well as the "Sky Net" program to hunt down and repatriate fugitives accused of corruption as human rights achievements.
So forcibly bringing back people to stand for corruption charges is a good thing for human rights?
|Migrant workers are being forced out of Beijing|
His widow is still closely watched by the authorities and her whereabouts are still unknown. Doesn't she have human rights?
|Uyghurs' DNA are now being collected by the police|