No, I’d say that it’s just the opposite- China gets accused of human rights violations when people attempt to judge China by Western standards.
Modern Western thought on government is largely based upon a number of ideals about human rights which have roots as far back as ancient Greece and Rome (some even earlier), seeing huge growth during Renaissance and the Enlightenment, and continuing to evolve today.
These fundamental ideals include such concepts as the rule of law, the rights of free speech/religion/press/due process/etc., the idea that all humans are equal in the eyes of the law, the freedom to self-determine, the idea that government is created by and for the people.
All of these ideals are deeply ingrained in how modern Westerners think. The idea of “human rights” at all is a very Western notion.
But Chinese culture does not have the same fundamental philosophies. Chinese culture is heavily influenced by ideas like Confucianism, which teaches duty and responsibility. Chinese culture is very collectivist- the idea that many people should be inconvenienced simply because a certain person wants to express his or her “rights” is seen as ludicrous.
So if we judge from a Western perspective, China absolutely violates human rights. For example:
Freedom of Speech/the Press: Social media is heavily regulated. The Great Firewall prevents free internet searches. The press is controlled heavily by the CCP.
Freedom of Religion: While you are absolutely allowed to adhere to other religions in China, gatherings of non-state approved organizations are illegal. People in China can be incarcerated for their religious adherence.
Right to Due Process: Many people in China feel that their complaints (for example, on housing issues) are not heard. Some people are put in prisons or even executed without trial by jury.
And the list could go on. But China has a perspective, too. Many people feel that the U.S. is very imperialistic, that it loves war, that the government (and many of the people) are very greedy, that Americans think of themselves as superior.
Both countries have plenty of occurrences in their respective histories of what modern Westerners would consider human rights violations. Millions died in China’s Great Leap Forward and Cultural Revolution. Americans committed genocide of Native Americans and enslaved millions of Africans and African Americans. Arguing about those points, though, is stupid in my opinion, because ever single people ever to have existed has committed “human rights violations”. The bigger issue is, what is a nation’s policy and practice now.
Some people here have raised legitimate concerns about the U.S.’ actions in occupied nations, such as Vietnam, Iraq, and Afghanistan. To a point, these accusations are legitimate- probably hundreds of thousands of civilians were killed in nations that the U.S. has occupied. However, hundreds of thousands (perhaps even millions!) of civilians were killed/raped/forced into labor during the U.S. conquests of Japan and Germany, and most people agree that WWII was worth our fighting. That, of course, in no way justifies American actions, but the point I’m trying to get across is that, in war, civilians always get killed. I think that for the most part the U.S. attempts to minimize collateral damage, but there are always exceptions. There is, though, a legitimate point here, that U.S. intervention in the Second Gulf War was intended to save lives, but did instead backfire and result in many more innocent deaths.
Anyway, the long story short is this: By U.S. standards, yes, China absolutely commits human rights violations. By Chinese standards, China is doing what she needs to to make herself strong (which will benefit all of her people), even at the cost of the interests of some. Perhaps the most similar thing about China and the U.S. is that both are led by people who care primarily for the good of their own country, and all of their actions are perceived through that lens.
不，我只是反过来说 - 当人们试图按照西方标准判断中国时，中国被指控侵犯人权。
但中国文化没有相同的基本哲学。中国文化深受儒家思想的影响，儒家思想教授责任和责任。中国文化是非常集体主义的 - 许多人只是因为某个人想要表达他或她的“权利”而应该感到不便的想法被认为是荒谬的。
言论自由/出版社：社交媒体受到严格监管。 Great Firewall阻止免费的互联网搜索。媒体受到中共的严格控制。
这里的一些人对美国在越南，伊拉克和阿富汗等被占领国家的行动提出了合理的担忧。在某种程度上，这些指控是合法的 - 可能在美国占领的国家中有数十万平民丧生。然而，在日本和德国的美国征服期间，数十万（甚至数百万！）平民被杀害/被强奸/被迫劳动，大多数人都认为第二次世界大战是值得我们战斗的。当然，这绝不是美国行动的正当理由，但我试图弄清楚的是，在战争中，平民总是被杀害。我认为，在大多数情况下，美国试图尽量减少附带损害，但总有例外。不过，这里有一个合理的观点，即美国对第二次海湾战争的干预是为了挽救生命，但反而适得其反，导致更多无辜的死亡。