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China prepares giant military parade for October 1 celebrations
Pigeons caged, dogs banned and Internet slowed as China prepares to mark 70 years of Communist rule Beijing, China (Al Jazeera) - Wu...
Huawei’s European challenge: Convincing clients despite US campaign
Chinese telecom giant Huawei is facing its toughest period in years as the United States accuses it of facilitating spying for Beijing....
Living in the Unknown
“Fiction movie writers wouldn’t be able to imagine and write about the suffering of the Uighur people.” Habibullah has lost contact with...
Organizers say nearly 2 million marched in record Hong Kong protest
Hong Kong (dpa) - Nearly 2 million people took to the streets of Hong Kong to rally against a controversial extradition bill on Sunday,...
Thirty years later, Tiananmen Square survivors seek truth, change
Thirty years ago on June 4, the Chinese army opened fire on student protesters in Tiananmen Square. The government has attempted to erase...
'Stand together': support surges in China for student accusing JD.com tycoon of rape
Hashtag campaign on social media gathers force after Liu Jingyao sued Richard Liu for sexual assault in US Beijing (The Guardian) -...
‘Seldom uses front door’: report reveals how China spies on Muslim minority
Authorities use an app to collect personal data on Uighurs as part of a vast surveillance network, Human Rights Watch says Beijing (The...
Memories of trauma, torture follow Xinjiang camp survivors
China says the internment camps in its Xinjiang region are "vocational training centres" that teach skills to ethnic minority...
Fears about China’s social-credit system are probably overblown, but it will still be chilling
Beijing (The Washington Post) - The potential power of China’s nascent social-credit system was glimpsed last month with the announcement...
Energy executives abroad ensnared in China's Xinjiang crackdown
Executives and employees of Chinese energy companies in Central Asia are being sent to Chinese internment camps along with other ethnic...
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