A feminist and rights activist born after the 1989 Tiananmen massacre talks about its impact on her, growing up in China.
Gulzire Taschmamat describes hearing from her sister for the first time since her detention in 2017.
Zhao Huaiguo is taken away by state security police, ostensibly for posting about the coronavirus epidemic on social media.
Elnur Sidiq discusses her husband’s detention and the uncertainty of his situation.
Li Qiaochu is being held at an unknown location after playing a prominent role in social justice movements in China.
Sayragul Sauytbay discusses receiving the U.S. State Department’s International Women of Courage Award and the Muslim detention camps in Xinjiang.
Nanjing resident Jin Yan roasts the Chinese president in a social media video for failing in the battle of "good vs. evil."
A Uyghur mother of two says her husband’s interrogation in detention led to his death.
Ren Ruiting, fled to Taiwan with five other family members after Chinese authorities raided her church shares her reaction to watching her first fully democratic election.
Li Wenzu, who has campaigned tirelessly for the families of those affected by a crackdown on China's legal profession, evaded state security police in order to receive it.
Bonnie Leung says the people of Hong Kong aren't afraid to face danger in pursuit of democracy, and calls for international support.
Huang Chun, a retired professor from the Guizhou Nationalities University, describes being held in a facility that issued no official documents.
A student leader and anti-extradition activist talks about the role of Hong Kong women in the four-month-old protest movement.
Wang Shuping refused until the last to bow to pressure from the Chinese state security police, publishing a statement of defiance in the last weeks of her life.
Wang Quanzhang's memory and personality appear to have been profoundly affected following years of incommunicado detention, his wife says.
Activist Rushan Abbas urges Uyghur-Americans to pressure Washington to sanction Beijing over abuses in Xinjiang.
Taiwan author Chi Pang-yuan speaks about infusing the next generation with a love of world literature.
Rights activist and petitioner Li Yufeng vows to continue her rights activism after serving a four-year jail term for speaking up.
Lee Ching-yu talks to journalists during a trip to the U.S., where she attends the State of the Union address.
A Uyghur woman details her detention in a political ‘re-education camp’ for visiting her husband’s home country of Pakistan.
Tsewang Dolma, an executive member of the Tibetan Youth Congress, talks about the "middle way" of the exiled Tibetan spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, and working for Tibetan independence from exile.
China's internet censors silence an outspoken, liberal professor who called for constitutional government and linked patriotism to freedom and democracy.
Leta Hong Fincher, author of 'Betraying Big Brother,' talks to RFA's Mandarin Service about China's nascent feminist movement.
The US-based wife of disappeared rights lawyer Gao Zhisheng says his family still don't know where he is, one year after his most recent 'disappearance.'
Prominent feminist Xiong Jing talks about the spread of the #MeToo campaign among Chinese women.
Munzire, wife of missing Uyghur student Elyasjan Rahman, discusses his detention in Egypt and its effect on her family.
Li Wenzu, wife of 'disappeared' rights lawyer Wang Quanzhang, walks from Beijing to Tianjin 'in search' of her husband.
Li Wenzu, wife of disappeared human rights attorney Wang Quanzhang, says the family will continue to press for him to see a lawyer, in
spite of zero response from the authorities so far.
The wife of a jailed Chinese dissident speaks to RFA for the first time since her 'covert' escape from threats and intimidation back home.
U.S.-based women's rights activist Zhang Qing talks about the stark lack of female faces at the highest level of the ruling Chinese Communist Party.