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Scientists object to DNA collection from Uyghurs

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Michelin’s failed guide to food in Beijing

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Tibet’s most popular song

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Trump signs bill supporting Hong Kong protesters

Despite his best efforts, U.S. President Donald Trump has not been able to ignore the Hong Kong protests as he…

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TikTok’s censorship problem

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Are you working with a Chinese defense university?

The Australian Strategic Policy Institute has a new resource that tracks what is called “military-civil fusion” in Chinese universities. The…

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Job applicant from Henan wins discrimination suit

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Beijing district CDC director spreads homophobia for World AIDS Day

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A second major Xinjiang leak

Only one week after the New York Times revealed records of high-level officials commanding the crackdown in Xinjiang, a second…

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It’s difficult to believe TikTok when it says it doesn’t censor

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Traditional Chinese medicine schools kicked out of global directory because they teach TCM, not medicine

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Hong Kong landslide for pro-democracy candidates

Hongkongers showed up to the polls in unprecedented numbers on November 24 to deliver a strong rebuke to the government…

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A defected Chinese spy’s sketchy story

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Rare leaked documents detail China’s abuse of Muslims in Xinjiang

Over the weekend, the New York Times published one of the most significant document leaks from the Chinese government in…

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A tipping point in Hong Kong?

The situation in Hong Kong is as volatile as it has ever been, as every day of the past week…

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