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Afghan Women Protest Taliban With Colorful Photos of Traditional Dresses

The Taliban's return to power has ignited widespread fear that Afghan women will be forced out of the professional and educational spaces they occupied...

Chinese State’s Reply to UN Organ Harvesting Concerns Slammed

In mid-June, a joint correspondence issued by nine United Nations special rapporteurs and human rights working groups raised alarm over reports of forced organ...

Organ Harvesting in China: Hard to Believe, but It’s Happening

When I initially heard that the Chinese state was killing large numbers of prisoners of conscience for their bodily organs, I was like most...

If You Knew Your Seafood Was Caught Using Slave Labor, Would You Eat It?

Many Americans have a notion that slavery ended years ago, but this scourge still exists in some parts of the world, such as in the Thai fishing...

With Increasing Loss of Freedom, Media Veteran Steve Vines Reluctantly Leaves Hong Kong

Media veteran Steve Vines recently left Hong Kong without notice for the U.K. Under the new Hong Kong National Security Law, Vines believes that...

Uyghur Children Held in ‘Welfare Schools’ in China’s Xinjiang

China has been in the line of fire of the U.S. and several European nations for its alleged and blatant violations of human rights...

National Security Law’s Historical Impacts on Hong Kong

July 1, 2021, marks the first anniversary of the implementation of the National Security Law in Hong Kong. Ching Cheong, the senior journalist with...

Journalism: Is It All Due to Change?

The word journalism comes from the French journal, which comes from the Latin diurnal. The Acta Diurna was the world's first newspaper and was available...

3 Hongkongers Who Stand Firm for Freedom and Democracy

On July 1, 2020, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) imposed Hong Kong’s National Security Law, effectively eroding away freedom and democracy in the city...

Former NBA Player Royce White Speaks Up for the Uyghurs

China has been accused of committing crimes against humanity and possibly genocide against the Uyghurs and other mostly-Muslim ethnic groups in the north-western region...
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