Home » freedom of speech
15,000 military personnel from the People’s Liberation Army marched in front of Tiananmen Square yesterday, as more than 100,000 civilians cheered and watched their government showcased its military might, on the 70th birthday of the People’s Republic of China.
Chinese authorities in the northern region of Inner Mongolia have sentenced an ethnic Mongolian writer in secret on “separatism” charges, a rights group said at the weekend. Lhamjab A. Borjigin, 75, was handed a one-year suspended prison sentence by the
China’s internet regulator this week issued a set of guidelines detailing what more than 700 million internet users and content creators should post online, including “spreading the thought of President Xi Jinping.” The guidelines titled “On managing the online ecology”
Authorities in Hong Kong on Monday put on trial nine prominent figures of the city’s 2014 Occupy Central pro-democracy movement, four years after the event, on public order charges. The three activists who initiated the movement — law professor Benny
More than 150 alumni of China’s Shandong University have written an open letter, urging the school to ensure the personal safety and freedom of professor Sun Wenguang, who was apparently taken away by police during a live VOA interview nearly two weeks ago.