ABSTRACT

Based on four visits by the journalist author to China from 1971 to 1989. He details the horrors of the Japanese Army's seizure and capture of Nanjing in December 1937. The harrowing testimony of the Chinese victims and the Japanese perpetrators are juxtaposed with PR army announcements.

part Part I|2 pages

Chinese Observance of Internationally Recognized Human Rights

chapter 1|6 pages

Introduction

chapter 2|12 pages

Freedom of Information

chapter 3|6 pages

Legal Equality

chapter 4|4 pages

Prisoners of Conscience

chapter 5|6 pages

Cruel Punishment

chapter 6|3 pages

Education

chapter 7|20 pages

Culture

chapter 8|3 pages

Mobility

chapter 9|2 pages

Family

chapter 10|3 pages

Women

chapter 11|9 pages

Ethnic Minorities

chapter 12|8 pages

Religion

chapter 13|3 pages

The Aged

chapter 14|3 pages

Housing

chapter 15|2 pages

Handicapped

chapter 16|2 pages

Sexual Preference

chapter 17|2 pages

Property

part Part II|2 pages

Human Rights and Chinese Politics

chapter 1|12 pages

The Intellectuals

chapter 2|12 pages

Humanism and Alienation

chapter 3|8 pages

Spiritual Pollution

part Part III|2 pages

The Outsider Detained: Two Cases

chapter 1|25 pages

Fang Dan

chapter 2|5 pages

Tiziano Terzani

part Part IV|2 pages

Reviews: Reports from Two Organizations

chapter 1|6 pages

Amnesty International

chapter 2|4 pages

Fund for Free Expression