Hong Kong Protest Slogans Break China’s New Security Law: Government

Authorities in Hong Kong on Thursday warned that slogans and speech related to last year’s protest movement or calls for independence for the city fall within the scope of draconian security legislation imposed on the city by the ruling Chinese Communist Party on June 30.

“Some people participating in illegal and violent activities … [on] July 1 displayed or possessed

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同囚临沭看守所 许志永被禁见律师 丁家喜遭“隔离观察”



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香港7.1大游行首次被禁 多名民主派以个人身份呼吁上街反国安法


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新疆七五事件11周年前夕 台湾年轻世代政治人物声援维吾尔人权



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Gulshan Abbas, Sister of Uyghur Activist in Exile, Confirmed Detained After Missing for 21 Months

Gulshan Abbas, a Uyghur doctor from northwest China’s Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (XUAR) who went missing after her Washington-based sister spoke out against Beijing’s policies in the region, has been confirmed detained nearly two years after her disappearance.

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Xinjiang Authorities Institute Mandarin-Only Instruction at Prominent Uyghur High School

Authorities have upended the curriculum at one of the most respected Uyghur high schools in northwest China’s Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (XUAR), replacing Uyghur language instruction with that of Mandarin Chinese, as part of what the Uyghur diaspora says is a campaign to eradicate their culture in the region.

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Wuhan Citizen Journalist Formally Arrested, Held in Shanghai Detention Center

Authorities in Shanghai have formally arrested a lawyer-turned-citizen journalist who reported on the emerging coronavirus epidemic in the central Chinese city of Wuhan.

Zhang Zhan, who lives in Shanghai but who traveled to Wuhan in early February, was taken away from Wuhan’s Caiguang Hotel near Hankou railway station

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China Jails Rights Lawyer Yu Wensheng For Four Years in Secret Trial

Authorities in the eastern Chinese province of Jiangsu have handed a four-year jail term to human rights lawyer Yu Wensheng on subversion charges.

Yu was sentenced by Jiangsu’s Xuzhou Intermediate People’s Court after it found him guilty of “incitement to subvert state power” in a secret trial.

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香港支联会十多名成员参与六四晚会 遭当局秋后算账



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Tiananmen Mothers Call on Beijing to Make Public Details of 1989 Massacre

More than three decades after the massacre on the night of June 3-4, the Tiananmen Mothers’ victims group has called on the administration of President Xi Jinping to make public ruling Chinese Communist Party records from that time, and explain the chain of events that led to the deaths of their loved ones.

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Veteran 1989 Activist Detained Over Online Tiananmen Massacre Event

Authorities in the southwestern Chinese province of Sichuan are believed to be holding dissident and 1989 pro-democracy movement veteran Chen Yunfei for marking the anniversary of a massacre of civilians in Beijing on June 4, 1989.

Friends of Chen’s said he has been incommunicado a couple of days ahead of Thursday’s anniversary

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