As anticipated, the Hong Kong government on Friday enacted colonial-era emergency powers–for the first time in over 50 years–allowing them to declare the use of face masks, paint, or any other facial obstruction...
by Samuel Wade | May 1, 2018
This is the full text of Peking University senior Yue Xin’s April 30 essay. For background...
by Samuel Wade | Apr 22, 2015
At China Real Time, Josh Chin reports on liberal businessman Wang Gongquan’s public...
by radish | Nov 10, 2014
The ongoing APEC summit is the biggest showcase for the city of Beijing, even the whole of China,...
by radish | Nov 7, 2014
China was recently accused of attempting to silence activists from reporting to a United Nations...
by radish | Oct 24, 2014
The ongoing Hong Kong pro-democracy protests have drawn attention from the United Nations. On Thursday, the U.N. Human Rights Committee urged China to reconsider the restrictions on candidate nominations that have been one of...
by Josh Rudolph | Jun 27, 2014
The following censorship instruction, issued to the media by government authorities, has been...
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