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Unmasked Hong Kong protester says from US: we want ‘full democracy not independence – but some violence is justified’

Exiled student Brian Leung, who removed mask after storming the legislature in July, favours non-violent means of protest but says use of force is ‘sometimes justifiable’.

20 Sep 2019 - 11:31PM

Exiled student Brian Leung, who removed mask after storming the legislature in July, favours non-violent means of protest but says use of force is ‘sometimes justifiable’.

Unmasked Hong Kong protester says from US: we want ‘full democracy not independence – but some violence is justified’
‘Tank Man’ statue rises in California desert park as democracy activists and Tiananmen survivors gather to mourn and remember

Chinese sculptor Chen Weiming is a driving force behind annual anniversary events as well as the park, which he bought with fellow activists in 2015.

5 Jun 2019 - 11:04PM

Chinese sculptor Chen Weiming is a driving force behind annual anniversary events as well as the park, which he bought with fellow activists in 2015.

‘Tank Man’ statue rises in California desert park as democracy activists and Tiananmen survivors gather to mourn and remember
History in the mailing? Southern California congressional race featuring Korean-American Young Kim comes down to mail-in ballots

If she wins, Young Kim, the Republican candidate who leads with 51.3 per cent, would be the first Korean-American woman elected to the US Congress, but provisional ballots are yet to be counted.

20 Nov 2018 - 2:37AM

If she wins, Young Kim, the Republican candidate who leads with 51.3 per cent, would be the first Korean-American woman elected to the US Congress, but provisional ballots are yet to be counted.

History in the mailing? Southern California congressional race featuring Korean-American Young Kim comes down to mail-in ballots
Getting out the vote: Asian-Americans a target group for US midterm election campaigns

In crucial US congressional elections, candidates hoping for more engagement and turnout seek swing voters on WeChat and urge participation.

2 Nov 2018 - 9:14PM

In crucial US congressional elections, candidates hoping for more engagement and turnout seek swing voters on WeChat and urge participation.

Getting out the vote: Asian-Americans a target group for US midterm election campaigns
Trump’s trade war may have helped Liu Xia win her freedom, Chinese dissident Liao Yiwu says

The writer and human rights advocate Liao Yiwu says the US president’s trade war may have helped Liu Xia, the widow of Nobel laureate Liu Xiaobo, win her release and move to Germany.

28 Sep 2018 - 10:47PM

The writer and human rights advocate Liao Yiwu says the US president’s trade war may have helped Liu Xia, the widow of Nobel laureate Liu Xiaobo, win her release and move to Germany.

Trump’s trade war may have helped Liu Xia win her freedom, Chinese dissident Liao Yiwu says
Liu Xia talks about Liu Xiaobo, thanks supporters for their concern at New York human rights event

Nobel prizewinner’s widow makes her first formal appearance since leaving China at the Václav Havel Library Foundation’s discussion evening.

28 Sep 2018 - 12:53AM

Nobel prizewinner’s widow makes her first formal appearance since leaving China at the Václav Havel Library Foundation’s discussion evening.

Liu Xia talks about Liu Xiaobo, thanks supporters for their concern at New York human rights event
Chinese consumers’ crazy rich demand for rosewood propels drive toward its extinction

Stronger international regulations are doing little to stop traffickers from illegal trade of the tropical hardwood.

18 Sep 2018 - 3:20AM

Stronger international regulations are doing little to stop traffickers from illegal trade of the tropical hardwood.

Chinese consumers’ crazy rich demand for rosewood propels drive toward its extinction