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By Nick Schifrin, Layla Quran
As novel coronavirus continues to plague China, the country’s president, Xi Jinping, fired two high-level Communist Party officials in the region at the outbreak's center. The move comes as both death toll and number of cases are surging, partly as…
A day after protesters broke into government buildings in Hong Kong and trashed the legislative chamber, the Chinese government condemned their actions. But many people in Hong Kong feel frustrated with a lack of progress toward democratic reform, more than…
By Nick Schifrin, Dan Sagalyn
Uighur Muslims in China have long reported state suppression, but now they say repression is stronger than ever. Advocates for the Muslim minority say Uighurs are now being rounded up by the hundreds of thousands and put in camps for…
At the peak of a stifling hot Tuesday, a historic number of Hong Kong activists marched over three miles in support of elections free from Chinese oversight.
By Ruth Tam
Chinese Citizens Share Outrage Online After Government Executes Food Vendor…
Liao Yiwu Howls Against the Chinese Government, Offers Memories of Prison…
For Mo Yan, a Case Study in the Politics of Being a Chinese Literary Figure…
By PBS NewsHour
Yang Jianli, a student activist at the Tiananmen Square anti-government protests in 1989, now lives in the United States and continues to advocate for human rights 20 years later.
Leading up to the crackdown in Tiananmen Square in June 1989, Wang Dan was one of the most high-profile student activists, spearheading efforts to try to bring democratic change to China's regime.
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