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Fellow rights activist and lawyer Teng Biao says concerns about repercussions for family back in China are likely weighing on her mind.
Cases of physical attacks by families watching their homes destroyed, sometimes with scant warning, are highly sensitive in China.
Massively raised fines for failure to submit to inspection highlight large amounts of Chinese money slipping in under the authorities' radar.
TAIPEI—Taiwan said on Sept. 27 its relationship with the Vatican is stable, although it will closely watch what ...
China doesn't plan to cease conducting commercial espionage that benefits the central government, even as the U.S. is ...
Officials send in several hundred police to deal with any resistance as bulldozers remove shrines to communist icons.
An anti-religion movement targeting employees of the state is spreading rapidly across eastern China, with punishments likely for anyone professing religious beliefs.
NEW YORK—A crowd of Falun Dafa practitioners from across the greater New York area gathered outside the headquarters ...
The Trump administration is going on the offensive in cyberspace to deter adversaries from harming U.S. interests, according ...
A man in his 70s was injected with unknown drugs after he was imprisoned by Chinese Communist Party ...
Beijing rebuffs international concern over the move, while rights activists say China is exporting its own brand of political censorship to the city.
Taiwan national Wei Ming-jen's shrine to the Chinese Communist Party has prompted questions about the island's national security.
Asian elephants in Burma are being poached at an alarming rate—all to meet soaringdemand for the animal's skin ...
Some fear that members of the underground church will be left more vulnerable, while others are hoping for formal diplomatic ties.
The Hong Kong National Party is banned under a colonial law that seeks to prevent the spread of criminal societies and the violent overthrow of the city's government.
News Analysis The worry that the United States and China will engage in a protracted, full-on trade war ...
Wu Yuhua and her husband Yang Chong face charges of violating Thai immigration law.
Lawmakers on the democratic island table amendments that would see those applying for residence permits from Beijing lose certain rights and privileges back home.
The government is 'blocking off a channel' for Chinese citizens to find news and ideas that it doesn't approve of.
Children left behind in rural areas by parents seeking work in far-off cities are particularly vulnerable, reports indicate.

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