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Taiwan President Visits Hong Kong Bookseller’s New Store

President Tsai Ing-wen checked out banished Causeway Bay bookseller Lam Wing-kei in his new book shop on the democratic island of Taiwan on Friday,...

US to Begin Steps to End Hong Kong Status over China-Imposed Security Law

The Trump administration will begin the procedure of removing the unique trade and financial investment status it grants Hong Kong, in reaction to...

Banana Farms in Laos Sicken Villagers, Even as They Provide Steady Work

China-invested banana plantations in Laos are sickening Lao villagers exposed to farming chemicals, however likewise provide an earnings for the neighborhoods in which...

In Letter to UN Chief, Indonesia Takes Stand on South China Sea

Indonesia added its weight to current diplomatic relocations by ASEAN members opposing Beijing's claims in the South China Sea, sending out an unusual diplomatic...

China Building Its Biggest Search and Rescue Ship Yet For South China Sea

China states it is nearing conclusion of a 450- foot-long search and rescue ship, the biggest such vessel in its fleet, that will get...

US Congress Passes Uyghur Rights Act Authorizing Sanctions For Abuses in Xinjiang

The U.S. Congress passed the Uyghur Human Rights Policy Act of 2020 on Wednesday, marking the first legislation by any federal government to...

Indonesia Probes Death of Sixth Man Linked with Chinese Fishing Boats

A 26- year-old Indonesian passed away aboard a Pakistani boat recently, 2 months after being eliminated from a Chinese ship after suffering illness...

Tibetan Students, State Workers Barred From Religious Events in Lhasa

Chinese authorities are carefully seeing civil servant and students in Tibet's local capital Lhasa throughout the Buddhist holy month of Legend Dawa, prohibiting...