RAMPANT GUN VIOLENCE
The rampant U.S. gun culture breeds violence that results in the death of 11,000 Americans every year.
The report cites figures from the FBI that state firearms were used in 69.3 percent of the nation's murders, 41 percent of robberies, and 21.8 percent of aggravated assaults.
In 2013, 137 people were killed in 30 mass murder events (four or more deaths each).
A rampage in the headquarters of the Naval Sea Systems Command in Washington D.C. left 12 people dead, according to the report.
UNEMPLOYMENT AND HOMELESSNESS
"The U.S. still faces a grave employment situation with its unemployment rate still high," the report says.
Unemployment for low-income families has topped 21 percent. The homeless population in the U.S. has climbed 16 percent from 2011 to 2013.
There are also many child laborers in the agricultural sector in the U.S. and their physical and mental health is seriously compromised, the report says.
Friday's report was the 15th such annual report published by China in response to U.S. attacks.
Commentary: U.S. should "sweep its own doorstep" on human rights
BEIJING, Feb. 28 (Xinhua) -- A Chinese idiom says that all will follow one who is personally upright, even though he does not give orders; but if he is not personally upright, they will not follow, even though he gives orders.
Attributed to Confucius (551 BC-479 BC), one of the greatest Chinese philosophers in history, the idiom is an important tenet for the Chinese. Full story