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Residential Surveillance at a Designated Place

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Residential Surveillance at a Designated Location is a form of detention regularly used by authorities in the People's Republic of China against individuals accused of endangering state security. The detention occurs at a location that is typically not disclosed to the family, and can include guesthouses, hotels or disused official buildings.
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