China

Taiwan's people must never forget Tiananmen massacre, artists warn

Hong Kong artists, activists warn Taiwanese that human rights, democracy are a matter of 'life and death.'

Myanmar

China awaits junta approval to resume border trade with Myanmar’s Shan state

Ethnic rebels have reopened the gates, but Beijing is blocking official trade until junta officials sign off.

Uyghur

‘Two-faced’ Uyghur principal jailed for 12 years for supporting ‘separatists’

He was arrested despite his stellar reputation as a teacher.

Cambodia

Parties finish campaigning ahead of Cambodia’s nationwide local vote

The run-up to the provincial, municipal and district council elections has featured arrests of opposition.

China

Hong Kong’s US offices should be closed, activists say

Privileges that allow Hong Kong to clear US dollar transactions should also be revoked, Congress is told.

South China Sea

Malaysian fishermen want govt to crack down on Vietnamese encroachers

Fishers say their squid stock is diminishing because of foreigners entering territorial waters.

China

Hong Kong’s US offices should be closed, activists say

Privileges that allow Hong Kong to clear US dollar transactions should also be revoked, Congress is told.

Tight security at Lhasa holy sites during Buddhist holy month