Chinese Students Protest as Beijing Restricts Free Speech on Campus

Since December, some of China’s top universities have been forced to edit their charters to align their views with Communist Party ideals. At Fudan...

Hacker Group Likely Linked to Chinese Regime Spying on NGOs’ Online Activities: Report

A hacker group “likely” backed by the Chinese regime has focused on non-governmental organizations (NGOs) working on issues relevant to the country for up...

Manager at Chinese State-Run Media Outlet Denied Visa to US

A manager at China’s state-run newspaper Global Times has been denied a visa to the United States, weeks after a U.S. human rights bill backing Hong Kong protesters...

China Puts Forth Candidate to Lead Intellectual Property Protection Agency

China is one of the world’s worst offenders when it comes to intellectual property (IP) theft. As such, it may come as a surprise...

‘Persist in 2020’: 1 Million Hongkongers Take Part in New Year March

Hong Kong saw as many as a million people march on New Year’s Day 2020, chanting pro-democracy slogans as they crowded the streets that...

Chinese Norms and Growing Influence on International Affairs

The rise of a major power has a deep influence on how the world works. A benevolent power that promotes personal freedoms will make...

Saying the Wrong Word: How China Monitors Calls and Messages

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) continues to tighten its grip over the lives of its citizens as it introduces newer surveillance mechanisms to keep...

Chinese Communist Party Comes Down Heavily on Christmas Celebrations

Beijing’s hatred for religious believers is a well-known phenomenon. Every year, the communist regime implements policies aimed at restricting Christians from observing their annual...

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