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Campaign For Releasing Mr. Hada


.... Mr. Hada was born in Horchin Right Wing Front Banner of Inner Mongolia in 1955. He got his first degree from the department of Mongolian language and Literature at the Inner Mongolian Teacher's College for Nationalities in 1983. After graduation, he worked as an editor at the Inner Mongolian People's Publishing House for three years. Then he became a graduate student in the department of politics, Inner Mongolian Teacher's University in 1986 and in 1989, he graduated with a master's degree in philosophy ....

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Campaign On The Chinese-Government's Forced Evictions Against Ethnic Mongols In Inner Mongolia




.... the government used as many as ten or so police cars, 20-some police motorcycles and nearly a hundred policemen and security persons to fight with bare-handed herders. Livestock have been driven away more than 30 times, 41 livestock have been plundered, 4 people have been beaten up and seriously injured, 2 old herders had fallen into a coma when the policemen intruded into their place to plunder their livestock  ....

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Campaign For Revealing The Chinese Government's Human Rights Record In Inner Mongolia


.... Another recent case of great concern is that of Ulan Chovo, 37, reportedly a professor of history at the University of Inner Mongolia.7 Asia Waich has received three separate reports indicating that Ulan Chovo was arrested sometime after the May 1991 crackdown (probably on July 11) and charged with passing confidential documents to foreigners. According to one report, he had been secretly tape-recorded and photographed doing so. According to another report, which came direct from ethnic Mongolian sources in Hohhot, Ulan Chovo was recently tried in secret and sentenced to five years' imprisonment. The documents in question were almost certainly the first appeal statement by the Inner Mongolian league for the Defense of Human Rights and the IMAR Party Committee’s Document No.13. In September 1991, a journalist named Andrew Higgins, Beijing-based correspondent for the British Independent newspaper, was detained and searched ....

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From Yeke-juu League to Ordos Municipality: settler colonialism and alter/native urbanization in Inner Mongolia

Close to Eden (Urga): France, Soviet Union, directed by Nikita Mikhilkov

Beyond Great WallsBeyond Great Walls: Environment, Identity, and Development on the Chinese Grasslands of Inner Mongolia

The Mongols at China's EdgeThe Mongols at China's Edge: History and the Politics of National Unity

China's Pastoral RegionChina's Pastoral Region: Sheep and Wool, Minority Nationalities, Rangeland Degradation and Sustainable Development

Changing Inner MongoliaChanging Inner Mongolia: Pastoral Mongolian Society and the Chinese State (Oxford Studies in Social and Cultural Anthropology)

Grasslands and Grassland Science in Northern ChinaGrasslands and Grassland Science in Northern China: A Report of the Committee on Scholarly Communication With the People's Republic of China

The Ordos Plateau of ChinaThe Ordos Plateau of China: An Endangered Environment (Unu Studies on Critical Environmental Regions)
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