Introduction

The Chinese government publicized its third national plan for human rights protection on September 29, 2016. After 5 years, China has accomplished all its targets for improving people's human rights, including lifting all people out of extreme poverty, further protecting women's and children's rights, overturning wrongful convictions and promoting the development of ethnic groups. Experts and journalists visited Shanghai, Zhejiang, Hubei, Inner Mongolia, Chongqing and Shanxi and reported local implementation of National Human Rights Action Plan of China (2016-2020).

China achieves all human rights targets set in past 5 years, outlines fourth plan to set new targets

China has accomplished all its targets for improving people’s human rights in the past five years, including lifting all people out of extreme poverty, further protecting women’s and children’s rights, overturning wrongful convictions and promoting the development of ethnic groups, senior officials and experts on human rights said at a press conference on Monday. [more..]

Official: China's stance on rights hailed globally

China has enriched the global discourse on human rights affairs by upholding multilateralism and opposing egotism and bullying, a Foreign Ministry official said on Monday.[more..]

Centers offer care for elderly, a fundamental right

Providing special care to the elderly is an important aspect of protecting their fundamental human rights. As China becomes an aging society, suitable elderly care methods are in demand.[more..]

"Not foreigners at all": Expats actively engage with the local community affairs at the world's largest wholesale market

In daily times, it’s an all-too-common experience to meet one or two foreign businessmen walking around at a local wholesale market in Yiwu, trying to upgrade their sales volumes and reach out to the global market in order to get more orders. [more..]

Our rural future: An in-depth interview with the Head of Lujia Village Committee Qiu Liqin

Rural tourism or countryside tourism perfectly suits the trend of world travelers seeking authentic, unique experiences and local lifestyles. [more..]

Human rights expert on Chinas achievements and Zhejiang's practices

Chang Jian, Director of the Center for Human Rights Studies of Nankai University recently joined an in-depth interview with In Zhejiang, in which he shared his views about China’s achievements in the protection of human rights and Zhejiang’s practices in the implementation of China’s national human rights action plan phase III. [more..]