As per the international opinion, China does not appear to have any human rights considerations in their country. However, one should not apply international standards to the Chinese issues since their culture and ethos possibly does not promote or encourage speaking against the established authority and their atrocities. I presume it is not a Communist thing to stifle dissent and instead is a historical legacy that the Chinese people have got accustomed to and is as natural as breathing! Therefore, is it right for the international community to judge by their standards, when the Chinese people themselves don't find any problem with stifle dissent and arresting such dissenters? There is enough posts on this forum from the Chinese who support the stifling of decent as being most natural and correct.