China's New Torture Methods

Eva Pils

China's 709 crackdown featured several new, troubling measures when it comes to treatment of prisoners.


Reporter Criticized after River Water Stunt in China

Oiwan Lam

In a highly criticized stunt, a Chinese reporter drinks river water to prove It's clean.

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Translation Wages in China Affecting the Popularity of Foreign Classics

Yao Liqing

China’s translators are severely underpaid, and the proof is in the print.


CARTOON: Protests to Start as the Universiade Kicks Off?

TNL Staff

Local political activists are expected to attempt to use the event to draw attention to the Taiwan independence movement and the lack of international recognition of Taiwan sovereignty.

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Japan's Invisible Children

David Chapman

The combination of historical notions of family and an unwavering adherence to myths of the purity of Japanese bloodline paralyse Japanese society


China Tries New Tactics as it Loses its Soft Power War on the West

Sacha Cody

The percentage of people around the world who hold a favorable perception of China declined from 48 per cent in 2007 to 40 per cent in 2016.


BREAKING: Hong Kong Jails 'Political Prisoners' Wong, Law and Chow

Edward White

Joshua Wong, Alex Chow and Nathan Law are being described as Hong Kong’s ‘first political prisoners’ after being sent to prison for actions in the days before the 2014 Umbrella Movement.

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