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CNN Date: August 10, 2018 By Brad Lendon, Ivan Watson and Ben Westcott, CNN Above the South China Sea (CNN)High above one of the most hotly contested regions in the world, CNN was given a rare look Friday at the Chinese government’s rapidly expanding militarization of the South China Sea Aboard a US Navy P-8A Poseidon reconnaissance plane, CNN got […]

BBC News Date: 10 August 2018 A UN human rights committee has heard there are credible reports that China is holding a million   Uighurs in “counter-extremism centres”. Gay McDougall, a member of the UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, raised the claims at a two-day UN meeting on China. She said she […]

The suppression of the Uyghurs deserves the world’s attention. The Wall Street Journal Date: Aug. 9, 2018 By: Marco Rubio The phrase “re-education camp” invokes Mao’s Cultural Revolution or Vietnam after the communist takeover. But this form of repression is alive and well in Xi Jinping’s China. His government is imposing a “political re-education” campaign in […]

NPR News Date: August 10, 2018 By: CAMILA DOMONOSKE 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 to block the government from demolishing the building. Protesters told some reporters that the government proposed altering the building to make it look […]

Task & Purpose Date:  on August 12, 2018 By DANIEL BROWN, BUSINESS INSIDER China’s People’s Liberation Army released a chilling video last week called “I am a Chinese Soldier,” which was first spotted in the West by the National Interest. The 2:20-minute video, released on August 1 for China’s Army Day, emotionally underscores the sacrifices made by service members […]

Sputnik News Date: July 30, 2018 If US Marines are sent to guard the de facto US embassy in Taiwan, the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT), it could be treated by Beijing as “severe subversion” and “even an invasion of the US military on Chinese soil,” a Sunday op-ed in Chinese state media warned. A […]

Uyghur women are being confronted on the streets by communist cadres, and having their dresses and shirts sheared off for being too long Taiwan News Date: 2018/07/16 By: Duncan DeAeth, Taiwan News, Staff Writer TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Photographs out of Xinjiang, China over the past few days have documented how police and Communist cadres in the […]

CNN Date: July 1, 2018 By: Brad Lendon, CNN Hong Kong (CNN)The Pentagon kicked off the world’s largest naval war games last week, the biennial, month-long Rim of the Pacific exercises, known as RIMPAC, bringing together 46 ships and submarines, 200 aircraft and 25,000 troops from 25 nations. Missing from that contingent is China, which was disinvited […]

The New York Times Date: July 1, 2018 By: Angie Chan HONG KONG — Thousands of Hong Kong residents marched on Sunday to observe the 21st anniversary of the territory’s return to China from Britain, a public demonstration of their dissatisfaction with the local government and their fears about the Chinese Communist Party’s growing influence in […]

Shenzhen’s tech workers face burnout striving for their entrepreneurial dream, highlighting the need for effective unionization. The News Lens Date: 2018/06/25 By: China Labour Bulletin At 10 o’clock in the evening on most weeknights, row upon row of employees can be seen still hard at work, anchored to their desks and clearly illuminated inside the glass-fronted […]

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