CPJ: Xinjiang Key Focus for Journalist Detentions

An annual census of detentions by the Committee to Project Journalists has identified China as one of the most prolific jailers, and highlighted ongoing mass detentions in Xinjiang...

Young Tibetans Self-immolate in Protest

Voice of America reports that a 22-year-old Tibetan man named Drugkho self-immolated in Sichuan on December 8 in protest of China’s policies in Tibetan regions of China. According...

Pastor’s Wife Accused of Inciting Subversion

Pastor Wang Yi’s wife Jiang Rong, who is held under secret detention in an undisclosed location, has been accused of inciting subversion of state power days after authorities cracked...

Michael Kovrig Accused of Harming National Security...

New reports suggest that Canadian Michael Kovrig is being held in Beijing on suspicion of harming national security. Meanwhile, the Canadian government has announced that citizen...

Pressure Mounts on Chinese Twitter Users

Although blocked since 2009, Twitter has long hosted a sizeable community of users within China, many of whom turned to it after repeated bans or deletions from domestic platforms....

Concerns Rise as Muslim Crackdown Broadens

Authorities in Xinjiang have detained an estimated one million or more Turkic Muslims in “re-education” camps and turned the region into a frontline laboratory for draconian...