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Hong Kong Hotline Encourages Citizens to Report ‘Traitors’

The city of Hong Kong has introduced a new hotline that allows citizens to inform on people who act against the National Security Law....

Canadian Government Calls Uyghur Persecution ‘Genocide’

Canada’s Parliamentary Subcommittee on International Human Rights recently issued a press release in which it condemned the Chinese government’s brutal persecution of the Uyghur...

Bombarded by Obscenities From Communist China, Pompeo Doubles Down on Sanctions

The state-run China Central Television (CCTV) on Nov. 15 delivered an extraordinary barrage of insults and obscenities directed at U.S. Secretary of State Mike...

China Installs Facial Recognition in Religious Institutions

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is extending surveillance technologies like facial recognition in China, with religious places being seen as a critical area to...

China Arrests Hong Kong Activist Who Sought Asylum at US Embassy

Tony Chung is a 19-year-old Hong Kong activist who has been vocal against China’s enforcement of the National Security Law in the city. The...

Beijing’s National Security Law: Report Details Liberties Lost in Hong Kong

The people of Hong Kong have endured much in 2020, especially since midyear when Beijing imposed its controversial National Security Law that saw the...

China Warns Britain Over Giving Visas to Hongkongers with BNO Passports

The British government recently provided more details on the proposal of making immigration to Britain easier for eligible Hongkongers. This benefit will only be...

39 Countries Criticize China for Its Human Rights Violations

Diplomats from 39 Western nations have criticized China at the United Nations for violating the human rights of Uyghur Muslims, as well as compromising...

The New York Times Characterization of Falun Gong is ‘Bizarre and Troubling’

The New York Times has been called upon to report honestly and fairly on the Falun Gong spiritual practice after it published a controversial...

Google Removes Domain Fronting, Signaling a Willingness to Accept Internet Censorship

In a surprising move, Google has decided to block domain fronting from its cloud infrastructure that allowed people to bypass government censorship and access...

Inner Mongolia: Large-Scale Protests Erupt Against Wholesale Destruction of Their Culture

A large-scale civil disobedience movement has broken out in Inner Mongolia, with tens of thousands of students and parents launching widespread strikes and protest...

A Call to Action by a Korean Student Against Human Rights Abuses in China (Part 2)

Se Hoon Kim, a Korean-American student who hails from New Jersey and a graduate student at the University of Rochester, is a regular participant...

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