Zhang Wenbin, a university student in the eastern Chinese province of Shandong who posted a video to social media calling on President Xi Jinping to step down, has been incommunicado since the video was posted to Twitter, March 30, 2020.

Fears Grow For Chinese Student Who Told President to Step Down

Reports indicate that Zhang Wenbin is incommunicado since posting the short video clip to Twitter.

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COVID-19 Cases Rise Across Southeast Asia as Governments Step Up Damage Control

Authorities recommend more telework, masks, and quarantine to stop the pandemic from getting worse.

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Threat to Terminate US-Philippine Pact Resonates Around Southeast Asia

Rodrigo Duterte's threat to terminate a military pact with the United States -- if implemented -- could upset the delicate balance in ties between Southeast Asia and U.S. and China

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Taiwan ‘Capable and Willing’ to Cooperate on Coronavirus, Despite WHO Slight

Taipei’s offer comes after a WHO official appeared to dodge questions about Taiwan membership.

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Concerns Grow Over Wuhan Doctor Amid Call For Return to Work

A cryptic post appears on the Weibo account of Wuhan Central ER chief Ai Fen shortly after reports that she has 'disappeared.'

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Tibetan Father, Son Detained For Listening to Dalai Lama Teachings

Jampa Dorje and his son were taken into custody by Chinese police for listening to the exiled spiritual leader's teachings on their mobile phone.

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Army of PRC Twitter Bots Peddles Disinformation About Virus Origins

The Twitter-based influence network is linked to a government-backed news service and the ruling Chinese Communist Party's influence arm.

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North Korea Ignores COVID-19 in Rush to Redeploy Workers to Russia

Workers expected to return to Vladivostok by May.

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COVID-19: UN, Rights Watchdog Want Internet Restored at Rohingya Camps

Refugees know little about coronavirus pandemic because they lack information, camp leader says.

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China Pursues ‘Mask Diplomacy’ With Asian Neighbors during COVID-19 Crisis

Countries in South, Southeast Asia have received big shipments of medical supplies donated by Beijing.

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CH. 2: VIETNAMESE | BURMESE | KOREAN

CH. 3: KHMER | LAO | UYGHUR

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