What progress has China made in the cause of human rights?

Thirty years on since China published its first white paper on the subject, what progress has the country made in the cause of human rights?

China has launched Shenzhou-13, sending three Chinese astronauts to its space station core module Tianhe on a six-month mission. What's the mission and significance of Shenzhou-13?

As China continues its progress in space station construction and lunar exploration, last week also saw the start of another mission. China launched its first solar observation satellite, Xihe, into orbit on a Long March-2D carrier rocket from the Taiyuan launch center. What will this satellite do? And what are the benefits of solar observation?

For this edition of Dialogue Weekend show, we have Dr. Yang Yuguang, professor from China Aerospace Science & Industry Corporation; Prof. Zhu Ying, senior researcher of the Human Rights Institute at Southwest University of Political Science and Law; Zoon Ahmed Khan, research fellow of the Center for China and Globalization; and Prof. Bernard Foing, director of the ILEWG Euromoonmars Earth Space Innovation.

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