The U.S. government has announced sanctions on 11 companies which allegedly use forced labor of Uyghurs—many of whom have been involuntarily transferred to work in factories from detention camps set up across Xinjiang—or...
by Sophie Beach | Mar 11, 2020
Following widespread reports of forced labor by Uyghurs in Xinjiang and other parts of China, a bipartisan group of U.S. lawmakers submitted a bill to restrict imports from Xinjiang. Austin Ramzy of The New York Times reports:...
by Samuel Wade | Feb 25, 2020
Reuters’ Karen Freifeld and Mike Stone report on continued efforts to restrict the supply of American components to Huawei, despite a series of tweets last week in which President Donald Trump spoke dismissively about the...
by Samuel Wade | Dec 9, 2019
At The Financial Times on Friday, Yuan Yang and Madhumita Murgia offered an overview of facial recognition technology’s adoption in China, public reception, and widespread export: What do Uganda’s police force, a Mongolian...
by Josh Rudolph | Dec 24, 2015
The following censorship instructions, issued to the media by government authorities, have been...
by Samuel Wade | Apr 10, 2015
The Wall Street Journal’s Don Clark reports that the U.S. last fall blocked the export of...
by Samuel Wade | Sep 24, 2014
A report (PDF) published on Tuesday by Amnesty International and the Omega Research Foundation...
by Samuel Wade | Mar 18, 2013
While food safety is a major public concern within China, the seemingly endless parade of food scares and scandals has also become a focal point for anti-Chinese sentiment in neighboring Vietnam. From Chris Brummitt at the...
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