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Being a first world country, Australia attracts a large number of immigrants from developing nations, especially Malaysia and China. The administration is now seeking to limit the number of immigrants since it thinks that there are too many of them…
China's highest-ranking judge, state prosecutor say supporting the ruling party is a crucial task for the judiciary.
On March 10, 1959, Tibetans started revolting against Chinese occupation of the region. Though the uprising was violently crushed by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), Tibetans across the world hold this day dear to their hearts. Fearing a similar large-scale…
Sam Brownback, the U.S. Ambassador for Religious Freedom, delivered a speech during a visit to Hong Kong strongly criticizing the People’s Republic of China for its “war on faith.” Speaking at the Foreign Correspondents’ Club on March 8, Brownback decried…
China has been conducting real-time tracking of over 2.5 million residents in the Xinjiang region according to a data leak. Xinjiang has been in the news in recent years because of the inhumane treatment suffered by Uyghur Muslims in the region…
Politicians say the Chinese Communist Party's history in Tibet should serve as a warning to the democratic island not to aim for a peace accord with Beijing.
The Chinese communist regime often keeps its failures a secret, both from citizens and the international media, since it wants to project an image of a “perfect government” that is incapable of doing any wrong. One of its biggest failures…
Jiang Tianyong's wife says he is suffering the after-effects of torture, and should be allowed to go to the US for medical treatment.
China’s attempt at using Confucius Institutes to expand its communist influence in the U.S. received a huge backlash with the release of a bipartisan Senate report by a Homeland Security subcommittee. It suggests shutting down the institutes until major changes…
Trade tensions with the U.S. and a slowing economy negatively affected the Chinese stock markets last year. As a consequence, at least 161 people lost the “billionaire” status in China, according to wealth research firm Hurun Report. Billionaire wipeout Last…
U.S. President Trump, refusing to accept North Korean requests for a complete lifting of sanctions, chose instead to walk away from the Hanoi talks between him and Chairman Kim Jong-un without a deal. Afterward, Trump indicated that he would follow…
The spirit of Shen Congwen’s novel Border Town hovers over a visit to Chongqing and the Dazu Rock Carvings
Women who challenge the ruling Chinese Communist Party are still highly vulnerable to state-backed violence.
Some of the abuse and threats sent to Chemi Lhamo after she was elected to a student post could constitute a criminal offense.
Taiwan politicians are warning people not to do deals with Beijing, ahead of a march this weekend commemorating a 1959 uprising in Tibet.
The government is willing to reopen search after 2018 “no cure, no fee” effort failed.
Accounts with multiple small payments over time, with no clearly identified source, are likely to be suspected of money-laundering, investigators say.
Clarify “so-called ownership” in South China Sea, visiting Malaysian PM tells Beijing.
Family members of Tiananmen massacre victims berate China's government and repeat their demands for truth, compensation, and justice for victims.

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