Official denials fly in the face of social media proof to the contrary from the Communist Party faithful.
Pressure is mounting to release Uyghur asylum seekers from horrific conditions in Thailand. Southern Mongolian and Christian refugees from China also face problems.
A new genocide bill is given a second reading by UK Lords and goes through to the next round. It can hit China, and other rogue states.
The new British Prime Minister has promised to disband the country’s Confucius Institutes, a tool of Beijing’s propaganda.
A flickering island of hope pieces together the fallout of Beijing’s “War on Terror.” It needs help.
19 countries saved China from a debate at the Human Rights Council on its “crimes against humanity” in Xinjiang—a shame, but Beijing is not off the hook.
What will the world do now, in the face of irrefutable evidence of human rights atrocities in Xinjiang?
Meet the “Peace and Health” asylums, the Chinese version of the old Soviet mental hospitals where those who criticized the regime disappeared.
United Nations finally admits crimes against humanity are taking place against Uyghur and other Turkic minorities.