Reporters Sans Frontieres (RSF) says Beijing is trying to establish a 'new media world order' and deflect blame for its covering up of the epidemic.
The provocative moves come as Beijing faces pushback from some of its Southeast Asian neighbors against its sweeping assertion of sovereignty over the South China Sea.
Wang Quanzhang says he is enjoying being able to move around, but remains apart from his family.
Critics say the arrests are political retaliation, at a time when the rest of the world is focused on the coronavirus pandemic.
A Malaysian security source denied reports that the Hai Yang Di Zhi 8 was being shadowed by Malaysian vessels.
Local residents mostly believe the ruling Chinese Communist Party's claim that the coronavirus came from the U.S.
The vessel is moving back and forth over a patch of water, which is a tell-tale sign that it has begun to survey the area.
Asked to read from China's script, Wisconsin legislature instead condemns China.
Drew Pavlou says the allegations against him are political retaliation for his relentless criticism of China.
A press freedom group says Chen Jiaping should be released immediately and unconditionally.
Social media users in southeast Asia hit back at Chinese netizens repeating Beijing's official line beyond the Great Firewall.
Geoffrey Ma fails to address a number of other areas of political pressure, both past and potential, on the city's judiciary.
The Hai Yang Di Zhi 8 was at the heart of the tense standoff with Vietnam over Vanguard Bank in July 2019.
Ai Fen says she doesn't use social media much but would just like to get on with being a doctor.
Several universities in China had posted the directive from the State Council, but have now deleted the memo.
Satellites showed “extreme event of restriction” of water flow, research company president tells BenarNews.
China’s naval exercise with the Liaoning aircraft carrier was first reported by Japan’s military.
At least eight members of the Early Rain Covenant Church are taken away from their homes in a coordinated raid.
A friend says Wang Quanzhang has lost a few teeth, but his wife declines requests for an interview.
The U.S. Consulate says police in the southern Chinese city have ordered businesses not to serve black people.
Liu Yingying says she can't speak to foreign media after being sanctioned for posting about coronavirus deaths in Wuhan.
Fang Fang likens the online abuse she has received to a different kind of virus.
Chinese social media users have been faking Taiwanese identities to bolster claims that Taiwan was behind attacks on Dr. Tedros.
China Coast Guard (CCG) ships are currently patrolling nearly all of the ‘hotspots’ disputed between China and the Philippines in the South China Sea.
Not everyone believes the ruling Chinese Communist Party's official statistics on confirmed cases or deaths, while experts warn the virus is still out there.
WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus says Taiwan's government did nothing to stop a campaign of abuse allegedly waged from the island.
Hanoi has accused China's coast guard of sinking a fishing boat near the Paracel Islands.
Experts say they will be watching closely to see if there is a second wave of COVID-19 cases in China now that people are mixing more freely.
Serial rights abuser China is seen as a fox guarding the hen house, while a Chinese activist says the U.N. Human Rights Council is no longer functional.
China’s activities are eyed with suspicion by other claimants in the region’s resource-rich waters – particularly by Vietnam.