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‘If I disappear’: Chinese students make farewell messages amid crackdowns over...

As the number of missing students ticked up in recent months, those who still had freedom prepared “open letters” to be published in case they were seized.

Six Marxist students vanish in China in the lead up to...

Tolerance of student activism is unlikely to change with less than a month to go before the 30th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre, the brutal military crackdown on pro-democracy student protesters in 1989.

China’s crushing of dissent could lead to disaster

Since the trade war erupted, China’s leaders have deliberately toned down the hype surrounding Made in China 2025, suggesting that they recognise the high cost of moving forward with the program.

China’s Bizarre Program to Keep Activists in Check

As part of “stability maintenance,” people the state considers troublemakers may be sent to jail—or sent on vacation. Recently,...

Chinese activist Jiang Tianyong’s subversion trial dismissed as sham

Human rights activists have denounced as a sham the trial of a leading Chinese civil rights lawyer who authorities claim tried to topple China’s...

Chinese activist’s US residency won’t slow his human rights work

Five years ago this Friday, Chen Guangcheng and his family landed at Newark Liberty International Airport to start their new life in the United...

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