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As world leaders gather in Beijing for the APEC Summit, the Communist Party continues its crackdown against activists voicing support for the protests in Hong Kong.

The Chinese Supreme People’s Court issued a decision Friday requiring Internet service providers and social media platforms to provide the government with users’ personal information.

Chinese authorities have detained more than a dozen in Mainland China for voicing support for protesters in Hong Kong.

In a shocking display of injustice, the Chinese Communist Party sentenced Uighur academic Ilham Tohti to life in prison in retaliation for his criticisms of government policies in Xinjiang and efforts to promote mutual understandin

Chinese police arrested 81-year-old dissident writer Tie Liu and his caregiver after carrying out a raid on his home in Beijing on Sunday morning. During the raid, police reportedly confiscated four computers, an ipad, his cell phone, and volumes of books.

Authorities in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province arrested Chen Shuqing, a core member of the China Democracy Party, on charges of “subversion of state power.” Chen’s arrest comes after authorities detained another China Democracy Party member, Lu Gengsong, on the same charg

Yang Maodong, a prominent political activist, is set to stand trial on Friday for disrupting public order, a charge stemming from his participation in a demonstration protesting the Communist Party’s

The All China Journalists’ Association, the government agency tasked with regulating professional Chinese journalists, published guidelines this past Saturday ordering Chinese journalists to learn “Marxist news values” and uphold t

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