INTERVIEW: 'Our interviewees share sensitive stories that could get them arrested'

A new political magazine aims to preserve memories of China's protests and attempts at political change.

INTERVIEW: 'They keep texting my friends and relatives to get me to go back to China'

Hu Junxiong has found a meaningful task in Thailand, tending a memorial to Chinese who died in World War II.

Concerns grow over British universities' ties with military-linked Chinese partners

Dozens of institutions in 'high-risk' ties to Chinese universities linked to military or repressive policies.

China puts missile bases on disputed South China Sea islands, analysts say

A satellite image appears to show 4 silos on Woody Island in the Paracels.

Hong Kong political journal editor arrested in China on 'illegal business' charge

The charge against Chen Zhiming is likely linked to the magazine's criticisms of China, friends say

INTERVIEW: 'We have been oppressed by unfreedom for a long time in China'

Former state TV presenter Kcriss Li vows to keep fighting digital totalitarianism and working for a free China.

“The people want to fight back,” former Chinese state TV reporter Kcriss Li