Riot police confront protesters in Hong Kong, May 24, 2020.

China to Offer 'Guidance, Support' to Hong Kong Police Enforcing Security Law

A new security law is being imposed on the city that will criminalize 'actions or activities' deemed subversive, seditious, or supportive of independence.

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US to Begin Steps to End Hong Kong Status over China-Imposed Security Law

"We will take action to revoke Hong Kong as a separate customs and travel territory from the rest of China," President Donald Trump said.

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Taiwan President Visits Hong Kong Bookseller's New Store

Tsai Ing-wen sends out a strong message of support to Hong Kong residents thinking of fleeing to the democratic island.

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Australian University Suspends Student Who Criticized Its China Ties

Drew Pavlou is handed a two-year suspension, as the university's own vice chancellor expresses concern.

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North Korea Threatens to Punish Parents and Teachers for Teenage Sex

Government says the spread of ‘capitalist’ media is influencing high school students to commit ‘treasonous’ acts in the bedroom.

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In Letter to UN Chief, Indonesia Takes Stand on South China Sea

Document challenges China’s historic claim to most of the strategic waterway.

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Cambodia’s Farmers Thrive as Coronavirus Border Closures Keep Out Crop Competition

Farmers say they are doubling their earnings and that the sky is the limit on produce prices.

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Myanmar NGOs Call on National Rights Body to Take Up Abuses in Conflict Zones

They say the body has been silent on abuses during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Banana Farms in Laos Sicken Villagers, Even as They Provide Steady Work

Villagers can earn money on the farms, but must leave after two or three years due to poor health.

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Potato Farmers in Myanmar’s Shan State Seek Relief From Smuggled Chinese Spuds

Many Burmese say they prefer Chinese potatoes because they are better and cheaper than ones produced domestically.

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Hair Product Industry Linked to Uyghur Forced Labor Booming in Xinjiang’s Lop County

Profits are significant with free labor but may also benefit from the sourcing of raw materials.

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