The authorities are using verbal pressure to force lawyers to stop representing detained activists who fled Hong Kong by speedboat.
He Fangmei has been incommunicado, believed detained along with her disabled daughter since Oct. 6, after she splashed ink on a government building.
But US ships shouldn't enter or operate in Manila's exclusive economic zone, the Philippines' defense secretary says.
China’s coastguard and maritime militia are a semi-permanent fixture in the exclusive economic zones and near the claimed land features of its neighbors.
Chinese fishing vessels bearing no tracking technology are depleting fish and squid stocks around the world, researchers say.
Critics of the CCP are being taken out of town, with tight security around the Jingxi Hotel.
Lau Phan, an electrical engineer, was killed in a robbery as he carried funds to pay his workers, in the fourth murder of a Chinese worker in Bangladesh since June 20, 2019.
Matt Pottinger says Beijing should be called out for abuses, including those against Uyghurs in Xinjiang.
Former colleague Xu Zhangrun says Geng shouldn't be targeted because she expressed support for him during his detention.
Funding from China is likely more widespread than many believe, with universities slow to respond to human rights concerns, experts say.
Australian professor Feng Chongyi says Yang Hengjun told him he worked for the state security police for 10 years.
Earlier this month, it said the 60 fishermen would be investigated for entering Malaysian waters without notice.
Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam had previously received data only during the rainy season, amid growing concerns over restricted water flows from Chinese dams upstream.
Critics say the Holy See is selling out to the Chinese Communist Party, where religious persecution continues unabated.
Tuo Zhen's promotion is linked to his willingness to purge liberal media outlets under general secretary Xi Jinping.
Families are calling for international pressure on China to release the detainees, who include at least two minors and one Portuguese national.
"The U.S. has to separate Xi and 'Xi’s gang' from the 90 million party members," says scholar Xai Xia.
A trawl through publicly available information keeps turning up the same name: Shen Yong.