Wife of Detained Human Rights Lawyers Wins Human Rights Prize
Li Wenzu is presented, in her absence, with the 2018 Edelstam Prize for her outstanding contribution to human rights activism.
Award-Winning Chinese Photographer Detained in Xinjiang: Wife
Lu Guang has won multiple awards for his hard-hitting documentary work detailing environmental pollution.
China 'Buying' Positive News Coverage From Foreign Journalists: Report
Analysts say Beijing is also buying up shares in news organizations and supplying free copy from its own official sources.
Former Detainee Files Complaint Over Filming of Forced 'Confession' by Chinese State TV
British investigator Peter Humphrey has called on the U.K. media regulator to revoke the broadcasting license of Chinese state broadcaster CCTV.
Taiwan President Steps Down as Ruling Party Leader After Election Losses
The Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) loses control of the southern city of Kaohsiung, a former political stronghold, after a night of losses.
Dozens of Maoist Activists Held in China After Fresh Nationwide Police Raids
More than 30 activists are currently behind bars, including fervent Maoists from China's elite universities
Taiwan Fears Growing Funding, Influence From Beijing Ahead of Polls
Local elections on the democratic island may indicate the depth of popular support for formal statehood, amid growing tensions with China.
Press Freedom Group Renews Calls For Release of Jailed China Journalists
Huang Qi and Liu Feiyue are being held under arbitrary detention, according to the United Nations.
Hong Kong Students Protest Vanishing Freedom of Speech at Second Graduation Event
Students at Lingnan University say their freedom of speech has been curtailed by its own president.
China's Fujian Province Backs News Website Targeting Hong Kong, Macau
Local commentators say the move is part of a growing tendency for provincial-level leaders to show loyalty to President Xi by evangelizing his ideology.
UK Drops Charges Against China's CCTV Reporter Kong Linlin
Prosecution says there was insufficient evidence to secure a conviction for 'common assault,' the least severe of possible assault charges in the UK.
Chinese Police Formally Arrest Activist Who Visited Grave of Mao-Era Martyr
Zhu Chengzhi is likely refusing to deliver a "confession" that could lead to his speedy release, a fellow activist says.
Taiwan President Defends Director After China Pulls Plug on Awards Footage
China cut live coverage of the Golden Horse Awards after a director said she hoped the democratic island could be independent.
Reports of China Hacking 'Credible' as New Zealand Professor Reports Car-Tampering
A massive hacking operation spying on Australian firms originates from China's ministry of state security, according to a media investigation.
Nine Stand Trial in Hong Kong For ‘Inciting’ 2014 Pro-Democracy Movement
British MPs hit out at ‘public nuisance charges used to intimidate and silence pro-democracy figures.’
Guangdong Rights Activist Redetained Over Marking of 1911 Revolution
Huang Wenxun is under formal arrest on suspicion of 'picking quarrels and stirring up trouble.'
Activist Detained, Fired in China's Jiangsu Over Twitter Posts
Police confront Nanjing activist Shi Jing with tweets supporting a detained rights lawyer before deleting his account on Twitter.
China Steps up Online 'Clean-up,' Monitoring of Ordinary Citizens
The country's internet regulator orders service providers to clamp down on users, as police encourage citizens to inform on their neighbors.
Police in China's Guangzhou Threaten Beaten Lawyer With Punishment
Police hand down an "administrative punishment" to rights lawyer Sun Shihua after she complained about a beating and strip search at their hands.
US Vice President: Indo-Pacific ‘No Place For Empire’
Beijing’s moves in South China Sea threaten sovereignty of nations, Mike Pence says.