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Parliamentarians Call for Diplomatic Boycott of the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics
A global alliance is calling on government officials to take a stand against human rights abuses by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) by refusing to attend the upcoming Winter Olympics in Beijing. ...
November 18, 2021
Australian Professor Leaves for China After Ethnic Facial Recognition Research Found to Be Unethical
An Australian academic has abruptly departed the country for China after his work on developing technology to identify ...
September 23, 2021
US Condemns China at UN Rights Forum for Abuse of Uyghurs, Tibetans
GENEVA—The United States on Friday condemned China's abuse of ethnic and religious minorities, including what it called "crimes ...
March 12, 2021
Tibetans in Exile Applaud Passage of US Bill That Condemns Beijing’s Interference in Dalai Lama Selection
Tibetan groups outside of China welcomed the passage of a new bill by Congress and called on other ...
December 23, 2020
Canada-China Committee Unanimously Passes Motion to Support Sino-Tibetan Dialogue
The Special Committee on Canada-China Relations (CACN) unanimously passed a motion in support of the Sino-Tibetan Dialogue on ...
August 19, 2020
Australia Not Standing Still as Beijing Advances ‘Military Adventurism’ in Indo-Pacific: Expert
Australia’s pivot towards an offensive-focused military is to counter Beijing’s rising militarisation in the Indo-Pacific region. It is ...
July 2, 2020
Daniel Y. Teng
Australian Senators Calls for WHO Reform or Exit
The Australian Labor Party has said it supports the Morrison Coalition government’s calls to reform the World Health ...
April 28, 2020
How China Handled Two Self-Immolation Incidents: One Broadcasted, One Censored
In an era where it is hard to discern fake news from factual reporting, it is the common ...
February 22, 2020
Protesting Tibetans in India, Nepal Arrested During Chinese Leader’s Visit
The plight of Tibetans in China and those in exile was highlighted during Chinese leader Xi Jinping’s recent ...
October 13, 2019
Chinese Hackers Who Pursued Uyghurs Also Targeted Tibetans: Researchers
SAN FRANCISCO—Sophisticated Chinese hackers who used a previously unknown iPhone security flaw to target ethnic minority Uyghurs also ...
September 24, 2019
Hong Kong Protesters Wary of Chinese Surveillance Technology
HONG KONG–Young Hong Kong residents protesting a proposed extradition law that would allow suspects to be sent to ...
June 13, 2019
The Associated Press
US Supports Coalition Formed to Advance Religious Freedom in China
WASHINGTON—For the first time, persecuted faith groups in China and human rights organizations are forming a coalition to ...
March 5, 2019
Pressure Needed to Change Chinese Regime, Expert Says
WASHINGTON—After the U.S.–China Diplomatic and Security Dialogue in Washington on Nov. 9 revealed how far apart the two ...
November 12, 2018
US Dissatisfied With Religious Freedom Around the World, Says Ambassador Brownback
WASHINGTON—As the United States celebrates the 20th anniversary of the International Religious Freedom Act, 80 percent of the ...
October 25, 2018
Protesters Call for Tibetan Independence From China
Each year in early march, Tibetan communities and their supporters around the world come together to mark the ...
March 7, 2016
For Tibetans, a New Chinese Surveillance System Makes Escape Difficult
While most countries are looking for ways to stop illegal immigrants from entering, the Chinese regime is looking ...
November 10, 2015
Persecuted Group Holds Rally to Support Lawsuits Against Former Chinese Leader
For the first time in the Los Angeles area, English-speaking residents were introduced to an eye-opening new trend ...
September 19, 2015
Former Chinese Spy: Preventing Whistleblowers Real Reason Behind China’s Secret Extraditions From US
The Chinese regime is sending spies abroad to illegally capture and repatriate former officials wanted for corruption. Contrary ...
August 22, 2015
Tibetans Resist Showing Gratitude Toward Chinese Regime, Crackdown Intensifies
Chinese security surrounds monasteries and jails 1,000 Tibetans in harsh crackdown
December 21, 2013
MPs Meet with Dalai Lama’s New Rep
MPs met with the Dalai Lama's new representative for North America, Kaydor Aukatsang, on Parliament Hill Wednesday to ...
December 4, 2013
Trudeau, China and Political Warfare
Chinese activists representing severely repressed groups in China called on Liberal leader Justin Trudeau to learn more about ...
November 14, 2013
Forced Relocation of Millions of Tibetans Brings Human Rights Scrutiny
Human Rights Watch releases report detailing the housing plan of the Chinese Communist Party for Tibet--evict, resettle, and ...
June 27, 2013
Doctors Challenge Americans: Tell White House to Condemn Forced Organ Harvesting in China
A new petition takes on forced organ harvesting from innocents in China, asking the American people and the ...
December 3, 2012
Tibetans, Deficits, and ‘Death by China’
“Death by China” became somewhat of a theme as hundreds of Tibetans protested repression in China on the ...
November 3, 2011
Tibetans Raise Their National Flag on China’s National Day
Hundreds of Tibetans in Seda County of Sichuan Province's Ganzi Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture demonstrated against Beijing's oppressive policies ...
October 3, 2011
Tibetan Rights Activist Dies from Torture in Police Custody
A Tibetan political prisoner has died of severe torture during imprisonment by Chinese authorities.
August 16, 2011
Tibetans Arrested for Celebrating Dalai Lama’s Birthday
Thirteen Tibetans, several of them young, have been sentenced to prison in Sichuan's GarzÃª Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, west ...
July 12, 2011
House Passes Compromised Version of Mammoth Annual Defense Bill Authorizing Some $770 Billion in Pentagon Spending
House Passes Bill That Would Enable Congress to Raise Debt Ceiling With Simple Majority Vote
Mimi Nguyen Ly
Rohingya Sue Facebook for $150 Billion Over Failure to Curb Myanmar Hate Speech
Hackers Minutes Away From Crippling Australian Electrical Grid
Judge Temporarily Halts Vaccine Mandate for NYPD Employees, Other City Workers
Isabel van Brugen
COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates Should Be ‘Absolute Last Resort’: WHO
Isabel van Brugen
‘Omicron Like’: New COVID-19 Variant Discovered in Australia
DeSantis: Discovery of Omicron Won’t Provoke Restrictions in Florida
Florida Attorney General Cracking Down on Organized Retail Theft
Prosecutor Grills Smollett Over the Lead-up to His Alleged Assault