Sharon Hom

Human Rights in China

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Executive Director of Human Rights in China, an international nonprofit organization, she has traveled frequently to China has many years of experience in US-China law training and legal exchange initiatives

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Hillary Clinton's first trip as Secretary of State  took her to China , where the government is comfortable with Republicans.

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A country once famous for shutting itself off from the rest of the world staged one of history's most elaborate pageants today: a four-hour  extravaganza  featuring 15,000 performers…

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