CECC Releases Chinese Translation of 2011 Annual Report Executive Summary

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CECC Releases Chinese Translation of 2011 Annual Report Executive Summary

May 15, 2012

(Washington, DC)—A Chinese translation of the Executive Summary of the 2011 Annual Report of the Congressional-Executive Commission on China is now available. The executive summary includes major trends such as disregard for and misapplication of the law, and increased Communist Party control over society, as well as potential areas for progress.



A copy of the translation is available on the Commission's Web site at: /publications/annual-reports/2011-annual-report#I.要点摘要.



The Commission's 2011 report provided information on:

  • Freedom of Expression
  • Worker Rights
  • Criminal Justice
  • Freedom of Religion
  • Ethnic Minority Rights
  • Population Planning
  • Residence and Movement
  • Human Trafficking
  • North Korean Refugees in China
  • Public Health
  • The Environment
  • Civil Society
  • Institutions of Democratic Governance
  • Access to Justice
  • Property
  • Status of Women
  • Commercial Rule of Law
  • Tibet
  • Developments in Hong Kong and Macau
  • Xinjiang


  • 言论自由
  • 工人的权利
  • 刑事司法
  • 宗教自由
  • 少数民族权利
  • 计划生育
  • 居住和迁徙自由
  • 妇女的状况
  • 人口拐卖
  • 在中国的朝鲜难民
  • 公共卫生
  • 环境
  • 公民社会
  • 民主治理机构
  • 民主治理机构
  • 获取司法与正义资源
  • 财产
  • 新疆
  • 西藏
  • 在香港和澳门的发展

The Congressional-Executive Commission on China was created by Congress in October 2000 to monitor human rights and the development of the rule of law in China, and to submit an annual report to the President and the Congress. Members of the Commission are nine Representatives and nine Senators from both parties, along with five senior officials in the Executive Branch, representing the Department of State, Department of Labor, the Department of Commerce, and the U.S. Agency for International Development.