Anger, Introspection Follow Assaults by HK Protesters...

In separate incidents on Tuesday, the fifth day of a sit-in that had paralyzed Hong Kong airport, two mainland Chinese men were detained and beaten by protesters. Anger at increasingly...

Free Speech Over HK Protests Stifled Abroad

At The Washington Post, A. Odysseus Patrick and Emanuel Stoakes look at how the evolving political crisis in Hong Kong has become a major flash point on university campuses in Australia...

HK Airport Closed Amid Police Violence Protests

As protests against a proposed, and now postponed, extradition law entered their third month in Hong Kong, authorities on Monday effectively shut down the city’s airport,...

Foxconn Forced Interns to Work Overtime

At The Guardian, Gethin Chamberlain reports that documents leaked to U.S.-based China Labor Watch show that hundreds of teenagers, some as young as 16, have been illegally working...

Chinese Filmmakers Barred from Golden Horse Awards

The Chinese Film Association has barred mainland actors and directors from participating in the Golden Horse Awards, Asia’s most prestigious film honors, which are hosted...

“New McCarthyism” Feared in U.S. Academy...

With Sino-U.S. relations strained amid a rapidly escalating trade war, and months after the U.S. State Department began restricting visas for Chinese graduate students in “sensitive...