Boing Boing Date: Jan 13, 2019 By: Cory Doctorow Chinese internet users can’t type the numbers “1984” into social media, but Chinese bookstores freely sell copies of Orwell’s novels, including Nineteen Eighty-Four, ...

China arrested former Canadian diplomat Michael Kovrig and entrepreneur Michael Spavor on vague national security allegations. “It is unfortunate that China has arbitrarily and unfairly detained two Canadian citizens, and ...

Lawfare Date: January 11, 2019 By Donald Clarke An obscure Chinese drug case has been pushed to the center of China’s relations with Canada—and, by implication, with the rest of the world. ...

The list of high profile “disappeared” individuals in China expanded over the last year to include a Hollywood star and Interpol head. Date: January 13, 2019 By: Yanan Wang for ...

Business Insider By: Alexandra Ma China is facing international pressure over its crackdown on its Muslim ethnic minority, the Uighurs. Chinese authorities are accused of arbitrarily imprisoning Uighurs in prison-like ...

China’s Communist party is intensifying religious persecution as Christianity’s popularity grows. A new state translation of the Bible will establish a ‘correct understanding’ of the text The Observer Date: 13 Jan ...

U.S. Commerce Department named national security concerns Taiwan News Date: 2019/01/11 By: Matthew Strong, Taiwan News, Staff Writer TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – The United States government has refused to issue the ...

The China Human Rights Lawyers Group Date: January 1, 2019             2018, the year of Wuxu (戊戌), is slipping into history. Over the past 120 years, Wuxu has always been ...

Kazakh foreign ministry says they will be allowed to drop their Chinese citizenship The Guardian Date: 9 Jan 2019 By: Associated Press  China is allowing more than 2,000 ethnic Kazakhs to ...

‘The scale is scary. We haven’t seen in recent Chinese history that there would be such a scale of detaining people in camps in such huge numbers’ The Independent Date: ...

‘Grave human rights violations’ being committed on ‘vast scale’ in Xinjiang province, experts say The Independent Date: Jan 9, 2019 By: Chris Baynes China’s detention of millions of Uighur Muslims in re-education camps amounts ...

Business Insider January 9, 2019 By: Alex Lockie The makers of China’s new J-20 stealth fighter revealed the combat mission of the aircraft, and one of its key tasks would ...

Opposition groups worry legislation is another sign of tightened civil liberties in the semi-autonomous city The Wall Street Journal Date: Jan. 9, 2019 By: Natasha Khan HONG KONG—Government officials plan to propose a ...

The News Lens Date: 2019/01/05 By: Billy Perrigo The US State Department urged travelers to China to ‘exercise increased caution’ on Jan. 3. China hit back on Friday against a new ...

December 28, 20183:51 PM ET By: Greg Myre To understand China’s espionage goals, U.S. officials say, just look at the ambitious aims the country set out in the plan “Made in ...

The National Interest Date: December 30, 2018  By: Stephen R. Nagy President Xi’s state visit to the Philippines was the first in thirteen years. It marks a high point in ...

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