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Will the 2021 Police Bill Drastically Dilute the Human Rights Act as We Know It?

The newly proposed UK Police Bill — The Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill (the Police Bill) — intends to make substantial changes to...

Accused of Harvesting Personal Data of Children: May Cost TikTok Billions

With over 2 billion downloads and over 680 million users per month, TikTok, formerly known as Musical.ly, is one of the best-known video sharing...

Future of Hong Kong’s Vigil Honoring Tiananmen Square Massacre Victims in Doubt

Last year, tens of thousands of Hong Kongers publicly commemorated the 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre despite a ban on such efforts by police officials...

19-Year-Old Tony Chung Hon-lam in Prison: Hope to Reunite in the Land of Freedom

Tony Chung Hon-lam, at the age of 19, was the youngest defendant to be charged under Hong Kong’s National Security Law for “incitement to...

7 Jewelry Brands That Are Making a Difference to Survivors of Human Trafficking

Billions of people love wearing jewelry, regardless of religion, ethnicity, and income level. Ornaments are deemed to be assets and parts of sacred and...

China’s Ethnic Mongolians Accuse CCP of Cultural Genocide

The Southern Mongolia Human Rights Information Center (SMHRIC), a NY-based group, has equated recent actions by Beijing to the cultural genocide of Mongolians. The...

China Aims to Control Tibet’s Buddhist Monasteries and Nunneries

After proposing to build the world's largest hydroelectric dam on Tibet’s sacred Yarlung Tsangpo River, China has taken a further step by establishing new...

French Journalist Attacking Uyghur Genocide Reports Doesn’t Appear to Exist

A list of Chinese Communist Party (CCP) fakery would be endless, but one of the latest examples is the apparent use of a fake...

US, EU Imposing Sanctions Over China’s Uyghur Abuses

The United States joined the European Union, Britain, Canada, and New Zealand on March 22 to impose sanctions on several Chinese officials for human...

Bao Zhouxuan, Son of Prominent Chinese Rights Lawyer, Applies for Political Asylum in US

It’s been a long, difficult road for Bao Zhouxuan, who has applied for asylum in the U.S. In March last year, the now 21-year-old...

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