Hong Kong National Security Police Freeze Tiananmen Campaign Group’s Assets

National security police in Hong Kong have frozen the assets of a group that organized vigils for Tiananmen massacre victims, as the city’s public broadcaster was warned on Wednesday that its reporting must ‘safeguard national interests.’

“This morning, the liquidator of the Hong Kong Alliance in Support of Patriotic Democratic Movements of China

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Tibetans, Uyghurs Remember Those Who ‘Disappeared’ at China’s Hands

Rights groups called on the world on Monday to remember the Tibetans, Uyghurs, and members of other groups who have been forcibly “disappeared” at the hands of Chinese authorities, with one rights group estimating disappearances in China’s mainland alone at up to 50,000 in the current year.

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研究大陆劳工问题 香港学生传被控”煽颠”


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多名广州民运人士涉颠覆国家政权罪 已被起诉



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Chinese Activist Under Surveillance Proposes to Jailed Hong Kong Barrister

A rights activist in the southern Chinese province of Guangdong has proposed marriage in an open letter to his girlfriend, a Hong Kong rights lawyer and activist who is currently in prison on remand for “inciting” others to commemorate the 1989 Tiananmen massacre.

Ye Du, whose birth name is Wu Wei

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New Details Emerge About Uyghur College Teacher Sentenced in China’s Xinjiang

A Uyghur college instructor charged in 2018 with four different “crimes” amid a crackdown by authorities on Uyghur educators and intellectuals is serving a 25-year sentence in China’s Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (XUAR), sources in the region said.

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China Passes New Law Banning ‘Defamatory’ Speech About Military, Police

The ruling Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has passed a law banning “defamation” or “insults” to military personnel, following the jailing of a blogger for posting about People’s Liberation Army (PLA) soldiers during border clashes with Indian troops.The standing committee of the National People’s Congress (NPC) passed the law on Thursday

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China Detains Two For Social Media Comments About COVID-19

Authorities in China are cracking down on information relating to the coronavirus, as a fresh wave of COVID-19 cases hits the southern province of Guangdong.

China reported 21 new coronavirus disease infections on June 9, compared with 16 patients on

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Hong Kong Officials Shut Down Massacre Museum Ahead of Anniversary

Authorities in Hong Kong have shut down a museum commemorating the anniversary of the military massacre of civilians in early June 1989 that ended weeks of student-led protests on Tiananmen Square and across China.

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China’s Young People ‘Know Little’ of 1989 Tiananmen Massacre

As the ruling Chinese Communist Party (CCP) clamps down on dissidents ahead of Friday’s anniversary of the Tiananmen massacre, younger people living in mainland China are largely unaware of the momentous events of the spring of 1989.

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