Project delves into looming problems in China’s economy
Radio Free Asia (RFA) today condemned the arrest of Nguyen Tuong Thuy, a Vietnamese blogger who has contributed commentary to RFA’s Vietnamese Service for six years.
The International Women's Media Foundation's award honors women who break barriers in journalism.
Marking World Press Freedom Day, Radio Free Asia (RFA) President Bay Fang reiterated the call to release RFA contributors, former journalists, and family members targeted by authorities in connection with RFA’s journalism.
Recently, amid mounting global skepticism, China finally revised its official count of coronavirus fatalities in Wuhan.
RFA's feature on Korean defectors' escape to Southeast Asia was also recognized.
Sites circumvent blocking, improve access to COVID-19 and other sensitive coverage
Radio Free Asia’s President Bay Fang issued the following statement today in response to the conviction and sentencing of Truong Duy Nhat, a blogger who contributed to Radio Free Asia’s Vietnamese Service, prior to his detention early last year.
The appeal by two former Radio Free Asia (RFA) journalists to drop the reinvestigation into espionage charges laid against them was rejected by Cambodia’s Appeals Court today.
The new collection contains 60 of the cartoonist’s recent illustrations, caricatures, and cartoons.