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2019/09/03 | Global Voices
A 'Dunkirk' Rerun in Hong Kong's Airport Evacuation
Hong Kong protesters were trapped in the airport highway on Sep 1 and hundreds of private vehicles came to their rescue in a 'Dunkirk' fashion.
2019/01/11 | Global Voices
Taiwan's Battle Against African Swine Fever Gets Political on PTT
Discussion on PTT, Taiwan's largest online forum, has taken a political tone regarding African swine fever.
2019/03/19 | Global Voices
When People Disappear in China, They Also Disappear on WeChat
When Ye Jianming, former chairman of CEFC China Energy, disappeared, censors got to work scrubbing his name from WeChat.
2019/02/11 | Global Voices
'I Won't Stop': Kazakh Man Seeks Justice for Family in Xinjiang Crackdown
'Some Kazakhs were cowards. We don't say anything about what is happening to our neighbors until it happens to us.'
2019/02/18 | Global Voices
INTERVIEW: Inside Australia's Decision to Ban Chinese Tycoon Huang Xiangmo
An interview with researcher W.L. Yeung by the Chinese Border-Crossing Question and Answer Project.
2019/03/04 | Global Voices
Banned From WeChat: Huawei, ZTE, 'Amazing China' and 'Salted Fish'
Don't talk about Meng Wanzhou, don't talk about the US ban on ZTE, don't call Huawei a 'demon's mirror.'
2019/03/21 | Global Voices
Kazakhstan President Nazarbayev Resigns but Leaves Little Hope for Reform
Power is expected to stay within the family following the longtime leader's shock resignation.
2019/07/26 | Global Voices
Puerto Rico Governor Resigns After Two Weeks of Protests
Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Rosselló resigns under the pressure of massive protests.
2019/08/21 | Global Voices
Twitter Removes China-Linked Accounts in a Disinformation Crackdown
Twitter clamps down on spam and fake accounts originated from China that are aimed at spreading disinformation on the protests in Hong Kong.
2019/01/02 | Global Voices
Why Do Chinese Netizens Think the 'Yiwu Index' Can Predict Global Affairs?
State media has been complicit in spreading the myth that a commodity index has predictive power.