A man walks past a Wuhan sign in Wuhan, capital of central China’s Hubei province, Sept. 28, 2020.

Dutch Town Cuts Twinning Ties to China’s Wuhan Over Abuse of Uyghurs

The city council of Arnhem votes to dissolve its partnership with the central Chinese city.

Chinese President’s Visit to Tibet Sends a Message to India, Experts Say

2021-07-23

Regional experts say Xi Jinping's visit to Tibet signals China's national power on its southern border with India, where the two countries have clashed.

CNRP Activist Arrested After Returning to Cambodia to Start a Business

2021-07-23

Kem Tola fled to Thailand in 2019 after being summoned for questioning over online posts supporting Cambodian opposition leader Sam Rainsy.

Congressional Commission Asks Olympic Body to Postpone 2022 Beijing Winter Games

2021-07-23

Lawmakers want the Games moved to another country if China continues to repress and abuse the Uyghurs.

Relative of Detained Vietnamese Journalist Indicted for Hiding Him from Police

2021-07-23

In a separate case, state-media reporter gets slap on the wrist for jailable offense.

Guangdong Dissident Poet Commits Suicide Amid Ongoing Police Surveillance

2021-07-23

Li Huizhi took pesticide after repeated requests to end police surveillance following a major stroke went unheeded.

North Korea Commits Two People to Mental Institutions After Public Outbursts

2021-07-23

In two isolated incidents, the coronavirus pandemic ruined their food sales businesses.

Ten Hong Kong Democrats Plead Guilty to Tiananmen Vigil Charges

2021-07-23

Albert Ho, Leung Kwok-hung and Eddie Chu are among those who plan to plead guilty to charges linked to the banned candlelight vigil in Victoria Park.

COVID-19 Patients Sheltering in Jungle Amid Clashes in Myanmar’s Sagaing Region

2021-07-22

Aid workers say they have no way of assisting the patients who fled a treatment center last week.

Three Years On, Lao Flood Survivors Still Dealing With Aftermath of Dam Collapse

2021-07-22

Residents of six hard-hit villages say they have been given unsuitable farmland and remain in temporary shelters.

Prisoners in Vietnam Believed to be Ill After Lengthy Hunger Strikes

2021-07-22

Family concerned about prisoner’s health after missed phone call.

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