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THAILAND: Graffiti Artist Headache Stencil Outlines Failings of Military Government
One artist is speaking truth to military power in Thailand.
Uyghur Football Ace Erfan Hezim Sent to Xinjiang Detention Camp
No one is safe from detention in Xinjiang.
Is Japan Back in the 'Great Power' Ring?
How will Japan navigate its relations with the US and China as it re-engages with the world militarily?
Phnom Penh Post's Sale to PR Firm Ends Editorial Independence
Their new owner, Malaysia-based ASIA PR, has close ties to Cambodia's ruling elite.
PHILIPPINES: Residents Speak Out over Shuttering of Boracay Island's Tourist Industry
Thousands will be displaced by the shutdown.
Japanese Workers Are Being 'Harassed to Death'
Recent suicides in Japan have sparked protests against excessive working hours.
MYANMAR: Online Defamation Cases Are Silencing Critics
Civil society groups are trying to blow the lid off a de-facto censorship law in Myanmar as defamation cases increase under the democratically elected government.
Shanghai Government Cracks Down on Dual Citizenship
The policy was supposedly enacted to assist the government’s anti-graft campaign.
Literature Award for Migrants Showcases Stories from a Growing Community
Since 2014, the award has been encouraging these foreign-born groups to express themselves in their mother tongues, an effort that has also allowed the Taiwanese people to learn more about these cultures and stories.
Macau Reviews Cybersecurity Law with an Eye toward Mass Surveillance
Macau is developing a new law that could give unrestrained power to the police.