Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam is facing calls to step down over her handling of an unpopular extradition bill, huge protests against it, and its suspension last Saturday. (For a recap of these events, see CDT’s earlier posts or listen to a concise but thorough podcast account from The...
by Samuel Wade | Jun 3, 2020
Hong Kong police filed a letter of objection on Monday against the territory’s traditional June 4 vigil, effectively banning the annual commemoration of the infamous 1989 crackdown on protesters in Beijing. The move has...
by Samuel Wade | Dec 12, 2019
Guangzhou hosted 800 legal professionals from 57 countries at the Global Lawyers Forum this week. The event partly coincided with International Human Rights Day on Tuesday, which the E.U. delegation to China marked by...
by Samuel Wade | Sep 7, 2018
Last weekend, Kunshan police issued a formal statement regarding the death of Liu Hailong, who got...
by Samuel Wade | Jul 10, 2018
Monday was the third anniversary of the beginning of the "709" or "Black Friday...
by Samuel Wade | May 15, 2018
China’s emerging social credit system has attracted an exceptional level of attention and...
by Samuel Wade | Jan 25, 2018
The Party is making continued efforts to consolidate its position above the law and reiterate...
by Josh Rudolph | Jan 16, 2018
Prominent Chinese human rights lawyer Yu Wensheng, who has vocally criticized Xi Jinping’s...
by Samuel Wade | Oct 19, 2017
Shuanggui, or “dual designation,” is an opaque and reportedly brutal system of secret...
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