The daughter of Cambodian refugees who survived Pol Pot’s killing fields had a video advert for her campaign bid for the U.S. Congress as a Republican blocked on Twitter and Facebook.
“Real Bodies: The Exhibition” has again attracted controversy, this time in the UK where a doctor has questioned the source of the plastinated corpses put on show.
After being trapped in a cave in Thailand for nine days, 12 young boys and their coach were discovered to be safe by the rescue team. However, the task of bringing them to the ground was still proving to be a big…
From Bangkok to Washington, D.C., events were held this week to commemorate nearly two decades of persecution that Falun Gong practitioners have undergone in China.
June has been a big month for U.S.-China relations. Firstly, President Donald Trump announced tariffs on $50 billion worth of Chinese imports. This was done, the POTUS said, to encourage China to change its unfair practices in respect to technology and innovation.
Sun Yi took a lot of risks in helping make Letter from Masanjia, an hour-long documentary about his experiences in one of China’s most notorious labor camps.
A former Central Intelligence Agency agent faces life in prison after he was found guilty of supplying Chinese agents with classified information.
Beijing’s political influence activities in New Zealand have reached a critical level and is a threat to the country’s sovereignty, warns a report released by Canada’s intelligence service.
Imagine if government officials were sent to live with you at your home so that they could watch you, and ask questions about your life and political views. While it may sound like something from an Orwellian story, that is…
The U.S. has warned Beijing there will be consequences for its installation of missiles on contested islands in the South China Sea.