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China Is Destroying Uighur Cemeteries, Affecting Generations of Families

Uighurs say this is a way for the Chinese government to “eradicate” their culture.

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Tech Companies Didn’t Plan for Chinese Censorship

Tech companies are censoring information about the demonstrations in Hong Kong. Civil liberties experts say this is symptomatic of larger problems.

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South Park Episode Banned By China Screened On Hong Kong Streets

Zedd also claims he has been banned from China for liking a tweet by South Park.


China Called the App Hong Kongers Use to Avoid Tear Gas 'Poisonous.' So Apple Removed It.

Chinese officials criticized the company for permitting the crowd-sourced app, which Beijing says is being used to "target and ambush police."


India is Arresting Tibetans Ahead of Chinese President’s Visit

Tibetan activists in India see these “preemptive arrests” as a sign of China’s growing influence over democracies and “their ability to press governments to silence freedom of speech in all corners of the world."


Watch the 'South Park' Episode That Got the Show Banned in China

It's streaming on the Comedy Central site.


After a 'South Park' Censorship Episode, China Deleted the Entire Show From the Web

The episode criticized American entertainment leaders for catering to China's censorship rules.


Hong Kong Is Threatening to Roll Out the Chinese Military if Protests Get Worse

Lawmakers have also floated the possibility of a curfew, and of shutting off the internet.


Washington Has Blacklisted More Chinese Tech Companies Over Uighur Crackdown

The tech giants join Huawei and other organizations that are effectively barred from doing business with U.S. companies.


Hong Kong's Face Mask Ban Is Just Pissing People Off

An off-duty Hong Kong cop shot a man in the thigh and was surrounded by angry protesters.


Hong Kong Cops Shot Him in the Chest. Now They've Charged This Protester With Rioting.

The bullet narrowly missed the 18-year-old protester's heart. Now he faces 10 years in prison.


China Thinks It's ‘Totally Appropriate’ for Police to Shoot an 18-Year-Old Schoolboy in the Chest

Chinese state media called the level of violence in Hong Kong "crazy."