These Uighur Journalists Are Investigating the Fate of 1 Million Muslims in China
Some of the most crucial reporting on Uighur Muslims comes from the U.S. government-funded Radio Free Asia channel in D.C.
Antivirus Companies Now Flag Malware China Installs on Tourists’ Phones
After a collaborative investigation found Chinese authorities were planting malware on the phones of travellers, Symantec, Malwarebytes and other cybersecurity firms have updated their products.
The Plan to Free a 'Forgotten' Canadian Man, Stuck in a Chinese Prison for a Decade
If you get arrested overseas, there's no telling what governments like Canada's will do to get you out. This plan aims to change that.
Our New Anti-Terror Law Is No Worse Than Yours, Says China
Western governments fear China will use its new anti-terror law to deepen its persecution of dissidents and minorities — but China says double standards are at play.
Muslim Veils Are Sign of 'Extremism' and 'Backwardness' Says Chinese Official
The official was from the predominantly Muslim area of Xinjiang, where the government has restricted religious dress, and blames Islamist separatists for violence that has killed hundreds of people over the past few years.