Chow Hang-tung, a member of the Hong Kong Alliance in Support of Patriotic Democratic Movements of China, speaks to reporters at the June 4th Museum in Hong Kong in a Sept. 5, 2021 photo.

China Accuses US of 'Undermining Stability' as Vigil Organizers Consider Disbanding

The ruling Chinese Communist Party underscores its claim that Hong Kong's pro-democracy protests were fomented by foreign powers.

North Korean Leader’s Sister Seen as Erratic and Arrogant at Home, Officials Say


“It seems that she doesn’t know when to hold her tongue, and she also lacks humility,” said a Ryanggang province official.

UN Says Military Has Brought Myanmar to Brink of ‘Collapse’ in Damning Report on Rights Violations


Human Rights czar Michelle Bachelet urges the international community to act before it is too late.

Rights Activists Call For Release of Uyghur Scholar on Seventh Anniversary of His Jailing


Ilham Tohti is serving a life sentence for ‘separatism’ for his work to end discrimination against Uyghurs.

US Judge: Facebook Must Release Content Linked to Rohingya Genocide in Myanmar


Facebook was slow to respond to concerns about how its platform played a role in Myanmar’s persecution of its Rohingya minority, a US judge says.

Lao Workers on China-Backed Railway Project Go Unpaid for Almost Two Months


Twenty at one work site are paid after they cut off power to the project, but more than a hundred are still waiting for their pay.

Vietnamese Dissident Receives Death Threats Over Criticism of China’s COVID Vaccines


Mac Van Trang told officials in Ho Chi Minh City not to accept Sinopharm doses donated by a local conglomerate.

Vietnam Protests China Y-20 Aircraft Mission in Spratlys


China should respect international law as well as the “common understanding shared by Vietnamese and Chinese leaders of remaining issues at sea," Hanoi said.

Hong Kong Court Denies Bail to Fourth Student Activist on 'Subversion' Charge


The city's largest pro-democracy party debates dissolution in the face of new election rules designed to exclude genuine political opposition.

Tibetans Fear ‘Chinese-Style’ Homes in Qinghai Earthquake Reconstruction


Newly built structures won't reflect traditional Tibetan architectural styles, some earthquake survivors say.

Hong Kong 'Double Tenth' Celebrations Canceled After Security Chief Warning


Events marking the Oct. 10, 1911 revolution that ushered in the Republic of China under the Kuomintang could breach the national security law, a top official says.

Myanmar’s “Disheartened” Youth Line up for Passports Amid Post-Coup Political Crisis

EP036: Will the Taliban takeover in Afghanistan revitalize terror groups in SE Asia?

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