Report puts spotlight on PLA units deployed in South China Sea

The Chinese military occupies the entire Paracels archipelago and at least seven features in the Spratlys.

Security researchers spot flaws, surveillance in official Beijing Olympics app

The government is also moving polluting industries to ensure blue skies in time for the Winter Olympics.

European parliament slams Hong Kong rights abuses under draconian security law

The European Parliament calls for possible sanctions against high-ranking officials presiding over the crackdown.

Hong Kong university withdraws recognition, facilities from student union

The Education University is the latest school to do so, amid a widening crackdown on dissent.

Worries in Laos and Thailand as upstream dams drain Mekong River

Low water levels and a lack of sediment have affected the ecosystem and people’s livelihoods.

Calls grow for real-name link to track, restrict individuals' movements in Hong Kong

Pro-China politicians call for a centralized database to control the movements of the city's seven million people.

Gone to the UK – The last real democratically elected Hong Kong councilors

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