The Guardian’s Lily Kuo reports on recently emerged drone footage of hundreds of blindfolded and shackled prisoners being led from a train by police. The footage, which was posted on YouTube last week, is believed to have...
by Cindy | May 23, 2016
Speaking to top government officials during a policy reform meeting on Friday, Chinese President...
by Josh Rudolph | May 16, 2016
As members of the predominately Muslim Uighur ethnic minority have found increased restrictions on...
by Josh Rudolph | Feb 2, 2016
At Radio Free Asia, Qiao Long reports on the recent detentions of investigative journalists Zhang...
by Samuel Wade | Sep 24, 2013
Monday saw the end of the week-long detention of Yang Zhong, a Gansu teenager accused of causing...
by Cindy | Jul 26, 2013
In response to online criticism that the Red Cross Society of China had exaggerated the expense for water it provided to quake-hit areas of Gansu province, the charity’s Gansu branch director confirmed on Wednesday that...
by Josh Rudolph | Jul 26, 2013
The AP reports that at least nine more people are dead, and another eight missing in Gansu province after landslides. Gansu was hit by a 6.6 magnitude quake (5.9 according to the U.S. Geological Survey) on July 22, and as of...
by Samuel Wade | Jul 10, 2013
An article by a Central Party School scholar and reports of experimental concessions in some Tibetan areas have recently given rise to hopes that China might adopt a softer line towards the Dalai Lama. But after police allegedly...
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