- Thu, 02/25/2016 - 21:32
Ilham Tohti’s wife says she will visit him in prison next month without her children.
- Thu, 02/25/2016 - 21:28
China's violence-prone far western region of Xinjiang will use entertainment to fight terrorism, holding cultural activities - which typically involve singing and dancing - to spread its law-enforcement message, state media said on Thursday.
- Thu, 02/25/2016 - 21:26
A series of new laws with a national security focus were drafted or enacted that presented grave dangers to human rights.
- Wed, 02/24/2016 - 11:11
Ilham Tohti, the renowned Uighur scholar who was sentenced to life in prison on charges of “splitting the country” has been denied visitation by his family over the Chinese New Year.
- Mon, 02/22/2016 - 18:25
China’s military growth combined with heightened territorial tensions is likely to propel the Asia Pacific region to the top rank of military spending by the end of the decade, according to a report by IHS Jane’s.
- Fri, 02/19/2016 - 18:00
Uyghurs across the world, except in China, joined in protest on February 5, 2016, to commemorate the 19th anniversary of the Ghulja massacre.
- Fri, 02/19/2016 - 17:56
As Chinese college students return to campus after the Lunar New Year vacation, some may be fretting about their chances of finding a good job in a slowing economy. But those who speak Japanese or Uighur, have a “well-proportioned physique” and are not too shortsighted may be in luck: They could become state security agents.
- Fri, 02/19/2016 - 17:50
Chinese and Uyghur activists will miss the first Asia-Pacific Religious Freedom Forum because they couldn’t legally enter Taiwan.
- Fri, 02/19/2016 - 17:46
Taiwanese authorities asked a close ally of the Dalai Lama, as well as a U.S.-based activist for China’s Uighur minority, not to attend a forum on religious freedom in Taipei this week because their presence might irritate mainland China’s Communist leaders, the event’s sponsors say.
- Fri, 02/19/2016 - 17:39
In the latest sign that China’s long-touted “opening up” is reversing into a “closing down,” a Chinese ministry has issued new rules that ban any foreign-invested company from publishing anything online in China, effective next month.