Since late July, Beijing has worked to promote its own counternarrative against protesters in Hong Kong. By this account, encapsulated in a recent letter from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs which sought to guide foreign media coverage, the movement is a foreign-backed assault on national...
by Josh Rudolph | Jul 25, 2018
Amid a long-running anti-terrorism campaign in Xinjiang, the use of harassment,...
by Samuel Wade | May 30, 2017
Ten weeks ago, Taiwanese activist Lee Ming-che was detained while entering China from Macau,...
by Samuel Wade | Aug 3, 2016
As Chinese authorities frequently point out in response to foreign accusations that it sponsors...
by Samuel Wade | Jun 30, 2016
People’s Daily Online reports the arrest of two police officers over the death of Lei Yang,...
by Josh Rudolph | Feb 2, 2016
At Radio Free Asia, Qiao Long reports on the recent detentions of investigative journalists Zhang...
by Samuel Wade | Aug 12, 2014
At China Real Time, UC Berkeley law professor Stanley Lubman offers a brief introduction to the...
by Natalie Ornell | Jun 6, 2014
Following a series of deadly attacks attributed to Uyghur extremists, 81 people in China have been...
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