The most urgent & pressing thing in China is to give its people the...

It is an astonishing fact that Google, Apple, Facebook and Twitter have kowtowed to China’s “shut-your-mouth” machine. On Thursday, a group of 14 human-rights organizations, including Human Rights Watch,...

Group of U.S. lawmakers urges China sanctions over Xinjiang abuses

A bipartisan group of U.S. lawmakers called on Wednesday for the United States to impose sanctions on Chinese officials responsible for human rights abuses...

The Complete Success of China’s Propaganda Work is an Absolute Nightmare of the Chinese...

President Xi Jinping says China’s propaganda work has been “absolutely correct” as he addresses a national conference on publicity and ideological work held in...

Christianity Crackdown: Chinese officials rip down images of Jesus

CHINA has imposed a massive crackdown on Christianity across the country with officials tearing down posters of Jesus and replacing them with pictures of...

Concern Grows over Fate of Chinese Professor

More than 150 alumni of China's Shandong University have written an open letter, urging the school to ensure the personal safety and freedom of...

UN Finds ‘Credible Reports’ China Is Holding 1 Million In Secret Camps

A U.N. panel accused China of housing ethnic Uighurs in “a massive internship camp that is shrouded in secrecy.” GENEVA (Reuters) - A U.N. human...

Thousands Of Muslims Gather In China To Protest Mosque Demolition

Thousands of members of China's Hui Muslim minority have gathered at the site of a mosque in Weizhou, in northwestern China, in an attempt...

China’s crimes against humanity you’ve never heard of

I first visited Xinjiang, in northwest China, in July 2009, returning to Beijing only days before demonstrations in the region's capital, Urumqi, turned deadly. Police...

Liu Xia, Detained Widow of Nobel Peace Laureate, Leaves China

The ailing widow of Liu Xiaobo, the Chinese democracy advocate and Nobel Peace Prize laureate who died of cancer last year under police guard,...

‘Everyone is feeling more despair’: A look back at Hong Kong’s handover to China...

Hong Kong university student Arthur Yeung recalls the widespread feeling of despair when the massive pro-democracy protests that brought Hong Kong to a standstill...
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Carrie Lam offers sincere apology but still refuses to step down

At 4:00 pm Tuesday, Hong Kong chief executive Carrie Lam expressed her “most sincere apology” to all Hong Kong people but moved around questions signaling...

The fate of Carrie Lam is not in her own hands as Beijing leadership...

Although the Chinese government on Monday voiced strong support for Hong Kong’s embattled chief executive Carrie Lam after over 2 million people turned out for...

Over 2 million out for protests as interim government is called for in Hong...

Over two million people walked out for demonstration in Hong Kong streets yesterday to oppose the controversial extradition bill and reject Carrie Lam’s remarks...