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2019/03/26 | TIME
China Cuts Nearly 2 Minutes of LGBT Content From Bohemian Rhapsody
Moviegoers were left confused by censorship in the Chinese release of Bohemian Rhapsody.
2019/03/25 | Nick Aspinwall
Southeast Asian Workers Rally to Protest Sexual Abuse, Poor Labor Standards
Migrant workers gathered at Taipei Main Station on Sunday to protest the third-party brokerage system, sexual harassment of female workers, and the government's inaction in affirming human rights for Southeast Asian workers.
2019/03/25 | Brian Hioe
Daguan Residents Remain Threatened Despite Temporary Halt to Demolition
A temporary halt to the demolition of Daguan Community, a military dependents village in New Taipei, has not answered the question of what comes next for its residents.
2019/03/25 | Mong Palatino
MALAYSIA: Women's Day Organizers Probed for Sedition After Controversy
At least seven Women's Day march organizers in Malaysia were told by police they could face sanctions for possible violations of the Sedition Act and Peaceful Assembly Act.
At Least 47 Killed, 90 Injured in Chemical Explosion in Eastern China
Dozens remain in critical condition following a massive blast at a pesticide plant in Jiangsu province.
2019/03/14 | Mong Palatino
PHILIPPINES: Independent Media Decries Cyberattacks, Accuses Government
Several groups held protests against continued cyberattacks which they claim are backed by the Duterte administration.
2019/03/14 | TIME
Chinese Official Says Xinjiang Detention Camps May Eventually Be Phased Out
The official also compared the internment camps, which house up to 1.5 million Muslims, to 'boarding schools.'
2019/03/13 | TIME
US Official in Taipei: 'The Chinese Government Is at War With Faith'
US diplomat Sam Brownback has spoken out against religious persecution of Muslims and Christians in China.
2019/03/12 | 破土 New Bloom
Daguan Residents Hold Sit-in, Demand Answers 1 Week Before Eviction
Residents of Daguan Community, slated to be evicted on March 18, have not received answers from the government.
2019/03/08 | Nick Aspinwall
In Taiwan, Southeast Asian Migrant Detainees Must Pay for Their Own Food
Taiwan's immigration agency confirmed that migrant workers in temporary detention centers are expected to use their own money to pay for meals. Rights groups are outraged.