Some media suggested that China could have blocked the photos and videos of the Hong Kong pro-democracy protest brcause they are flooding Instagram, which is accessible to those in mainland China.
The term “Occupy Central” was banned on Weibo, China’s version of Twitter.
Falun Gong practitioners hold a rally near the United Nations on Dag Hammerskjold Plaza after five days of protest against Vice Premier Zhang Gaoli leading China’s delegation to the U.N. Climate Summit.
“Zhang was responsible for genocide, torture, and crimes against humanity in carrying out the persecution of Falun Gong,”
Firmly under Chinese control, Tibet was incorporated into the People’s Republic of China in 1951.
But for the Chinese regime, this is not enough. The reach to control Tibet extends even to those who are in exile.
Guo Jufeng, a Falun Gong practitioner was areested because of his belief and was forced to work for over 16 hours each day in Chinese forced labor camps.
During a business trip in Germany he chose to stay to avoid being persecuted
Mark Robinson, the president of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA) wrote to president Obama and asked him to personally take up Gao Zhisheng case with Xi Jinping on their next meeting.
Chinese authorities should permit Gao to come to the United States for medical treatment and to reunite with his wife and children
Reporters Without Borders is shocked by a life sentence imposed on Uyghur blogger and freedom of information advocate Ilham Tohti
China today is big brother watching also exporting its censor methods and had unfortunately became for certain countries in the region “a model of censorship and repression”.
Published in: The Center for International Media Assistance Chinese Communist Party media controls are increasingly constraining news outlets based outside China. This is the key finding of a report released today, authored by Freedom House research analyst Sarah Cook...
Student open a week strike, protesting against the fact that in the first election for the top post that every Hong Kong permanent resident can participate in, Chinese authorities will control the selection of candidates
In response to large protests against projects that pollute the environment, Chinese authorities might just relocate those controversial projects to less affluent areas in China’s interior.
Minority nationalities in China are particularly vulnerable and their protests can be tarred by the government and its supporters as separatism, “or even terrorism” , said professor Judith Shapiro, American University in Washington.