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In China, Despair for Cause of Democracy After Nobel Laureate’s Death

For years, the fiery band of activists pushing for democracy in China looked to Liu Xiaobo, the jailed Nobel Peace laureate, as a source...

Inside the 2017 Yulin dog meat festival

WARNING: Confronting content AS FAR as I know, I’m the only Australian journalist to ever go inside the Yulin dog meat festival. From the moment I...

Chinese human rights lawyers remain defiant despite crackdown

Two years after China's unprecedented crackdown on human rights lawyers, criticism abounds that authorities appear resolute and relentless in their efforts to suppress civil society. But activists say they won't give up.

Chinese Regulator Calls Homosexuality ‘Abnormal’ and Bans Gay Content From the...

China released a new regulation Friday banning any display of “abnormal sexual behaviors” — including homosexuality — in online video and audio content.

China from the inside: Freedom and Justice

"The main thing is to speak the truth. Why should a nation be drowned in lies and deceit? In the days of the emperor,...

China from the inside: Green GDP

Accounting for the Environment in China In September 2006, the Chinese government unveiled a long-awaited study on how to account for environmental costs during its...

China from the inside: Shifting Nature

"I've had anonymous, threatening phone calls, saying, 'This isn't any of your business, so keep out of it. Don't stick your nose into matters...

China, Where the Pressure to Marry Is Strong, and the Advice...

Every evening, Liang Xuemeng goes online to read the latest postings from Ayawawa, one of China’s most popular advice columnists. “I’ve learned a lot from...

Suspect Identified in Bombing of Chinese Kindergarten

Local police have identified the man responsible for a Thursday explosion near a kindergarten in the eastern Chinese city of Xuzhou, which killed eight...

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