Kong Yuanfeng describes life in a women's prison in northwest China's Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region.
Social media comments suggest that the Chinese internet is undergoing stricter-than-ever control and censorship ahead of a politically sensitive anniversary on Oct. 1.
Democracy icon is seen as ignoring victims of her army’s 2017 ethnic cleansing campaign.
Cambodia’s ruling party calls the move ‘propaganda’ and says he will be arrested on arrival.
Residents of Vladivostok report that North Korean migrants have no choice but to endure the abuse because of their lack of legal status.
A campaign against 'evil forces' meanwhile targets political dissent and expressions of Tibetan culture and identity, sources say.
The Hong Kong Jockey Club cancels a weekly race meet amid concern that the venue could be targeted by anti-extradition protesters.
Truong Duy Nhat had improperly used his influence with authorities in Da Nang to acquire property at less than its true value, the indictment says.
The new order comes after a court prosecutor charged the acting CNRP chief with ‘insulting the King.’
Human rights group cries foul, citing absence of legal assistance.