Hong Kong Scholar, Fired After Visa Rejection, Laments Loss of Freedom

Voice of America

A Chinese Canadian scholar and historian, was fired from The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) after being denied a renewal of her work visa.


Taiwan Bans Opinion Polls 10 Days Ahead of the Presidential Election

TNL Staff

Violators will face fines ranging from NTD$100,000 to NTD$1 million for publishing, commenting, or reporting on pollster results within ten days before the presidential election. Politicians or their related parties will face double fines.


China Buries Former Premier Li Keqiang Following Restrained Funeral

Voice of America

Despite China's efforts to prevent public mourning and potential social unrest, hundreds of people reportedly gathered near the cemetery to pay tribute to Li, reflecting discontent with President Xi Jinping's control.


China: Tree-Planting at Home, Logging Abroad?

Voice of America

A new report alleges that a Chinese company engaged in illegal deforestation in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), but there is debate over which country should be held responsible.


KMT and TPP to Collaborate for Election, But Stall on Choosing ‘The Strongest Candidate’

Kim Chan

The Kuomintang (KMT) and Taiwan People's Party (TPP) have announced their collaboration in an effort to stop the "one-party democratic rule" but they have been deadlocked on deciding the presidential candidate.


US, China Gear Up Preparation for Biden-Xi Meeting Next Month 

Voice of America

The United States and China are working towards a possible summit between President Joe Biden and Chinese leader Xi Jinping in November.


Photo Story: Taiwan LGBT+ Pride 2023: Celebrating Love Across Boundaries

Jung Minsik

Taiwan’s 2023 Pride Parade brought together a staggering 180,000 individuals in Taipei last Saturday, where people of different nationalities came to celebrate this symbolic event in Asia.

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