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Company response
4 September 2012

Response to Business & Human Rights Resource Centre on news report “Residents near Lianzhou power plant found with excessive levels of blood lead”

Author: Guangdong Yudean Group

[A]fter children in Xingzi Town...were found with excessive levels of lead in their blood, in line with the government’s investigations and handling of the incidence, Lianzhou Power Plant shut down its four power units under government instructions....

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22 August 2012

Children suffer lead poisoning from power plant [China]

Author: Sina [China]

Nearly 200 children in a small town in Guangdong Province were found to have excessive levels of lead in their blood as their homes are close to a coal-fired power plant…one kilometer away from Xingzi Town…China Business News [First Financial Daily]...

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2 August 2006

Guangdong power plant cleans up its act [China]

Author: Michael Ng, Standard [Hong Kong, China]

One of Guangdong's much-maligned power plants will reduce sulfur dioxide emissions by as much as 90 percent by the end of the year, the power station chief said Tuesday...Lin Shizhuang - who heads the Guangdong Yudean Group...said the company had...

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Company response
13 June 2006

Response by Guangdong Yudean Group: Shooting of protesters who opposed power plant construction at Dongzhou village, Shanwei.

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13 June 2006

[DOC] Guangdong Yudean reply regarding incident in which protestors against power plant construction were killed, Shanwei, China

Author: Guangdong Yudean

Regarding your invitation to respond in your last email, please kindly contact the Guangdong Provincial Government Press Office directly. Thank you.

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1 June 2006

China: Dongzhou Killings Must Be Investigated

Author: Human Rights Watch

China is attempting to lay to rest without investigation the most serious governmental assault on public protesters since the Tiananmen massacre, Human Rights Watch said today. In the absence of public disclosure about the role of officials in the...

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10 May 2006

[PDF] Power, protests and the police: The shootings at Shanwei [China]

Author: Mary Ho & Richard Welford, CSR Asia, in CSR Asia Weekly

[scroll down to p. 4] On 6th December 2005, a number of local villagers were killed and several more were injured during a protest in Shanwei, Guangdong, Southern China, over claims relating to inadequate compensation for land seizures by the...

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9 December 2005

The Shanwei (Dongzhou) Incident [China]

Author: EastSouthWestNorth

The following is an illustration of the level of details in coverage by English- and Chinese-language media of the same event [shooting by police of villagers protesting construction of power plants]. The listing is done in order of increasing details...

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8 December 2005

Protesters killed by police [China]

Author: Associated Press, in Standard [Hong Kong]

Police opened fire on villagers protesting the construction of a wind-power plant in Guangdong [in Dongzhou, a village in the city of Shanwei], leaving at least two people dead, a news report said Wednesday... "That's something between the villagers...

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