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2022/08/01 | Deutsche Welle

Myanmar Prolongs State of Emergency for Six Months

The Myanmar junta’s National Defense and Security Council gave unanimous approval for the decision, according to state media.

2022/12/02 | Voice of America

China Blames Foreigners for Inciting Protests

Analysts say foreigners offering critical comments about the protests or making contacts with protesters could be blamed for instigating, shaping, and guiding the demonstrations.

2022/06/21 | Deutsche Welle

China: Gaming Firm NetEase Sees Stocks Slump Amid Tech Crackdown

The Chinese government is imposing restrictions on gaming companies such as NetEase to prevent addiction. The measures are delaying the release of major titles such as “Diablo Immortal,” hurting the industry.

2022/10/03 | Deutsche Welle

German Lawmakers Arrive in Taiwan Amid Regional Tensions

A delegation from the German parliament traveled to Taiwan to underline friendly ties between Berlin and Taipei. The visit comes as China steps up its threats toward the island democracy.

2022/06/10 | Deutsche Welle

Thousands of South Korean Truckers Broaden Strike Action

Truckers in South Korea are on a strike action, protesting sharply rising fuel prices and demanding basic pay guarantees. It's an early test for conservative President Yoon Suk-yeol.

2022/08/24 | Voice of America

Wheels of Justice Turn Slowly for Displaced Rohingya People

The International Court of Justice in July allowed a case to proceed alleging that Myanmar performed acts of genocide against the Rohingya after dismissing objections by the junta.

2022/05/31 | Deutsche Welle

Why Young Protesters in Sri Lanka Are Wary of Traditional Politics

Sri Lanka is facing one of the worst economic crises in recent decades, triggering public anger and mass protests, which have fostered unity across ethnic and religious lines.

2022/06/16 | Voice of America

Reports: Chinese Authorities Using Covid-tracking App To Thwart Protesters

In Zhengzhou, protests fizzled after people found their health codes had suddenly turned red, meaning they couldn’t travel.

2022/05/25 | The Interpreter

China: The Morrison Legacy and Beyond

Labor is expected to persist with most of the Coalition’s foreign and defense policies. But useful changes can be made.

2022/06/22 | Voice of America

South Korea Launches Satellite Into Orbit Using Its Own Rocket

With the successful launch, South Korea became the 10th country to place a satellite into space using its own technology.

2022/06/07 | Deutsche Welle

Japan: Same-sex Couples Face Resistance to Adoption

Conservative attitudes towards the concept of family and a lack of legal rights for LGBTQ+ members of society make adopting in a child a difficult task in Japan.

2022/04/27 | Global Voices

Hong Kong’s Foreign Correspondents’ Club Cancels Human Rights Awards for Fear of Legal Risks

Some journalists see the choice to ax the awards as an act of self-censorship antithetical to the organization’s purpose.

2022/06/27 | Deutsche Welle

G7 Leaders Launch Infrastructure Fund to Counter Chinese Influence

G7 leaders pledged US$600 billion dollars to help low-income states build “climate resilient infrastructure,” which is seen as the West’s response to China’s massive Belt and Road Initiative.

2022/08/11 | Michael Beltran

Ex-VP Candidate Walden Bello Arrested for Accusing Sara Duterte’s Aide of Narcotics Involvement

Walden Bello, an esteemed scholar and candidate for vice president in the last election in the Philippines, is the latest victim in a string of “cyber-libel” cases that have undermined civil liberties.

2022/10/05 | TNL 公司

China Airlines and the News Lens Japan Collaborate on Instagram Project: Providing Taiwan’s Latest Travel Information for Post-Pandemic Tourism Industry

The News Lens Japan (Yokohama City, Kanagawa, President: Isao Matsumura, hereinafter referred to as TNLJ) and China Airlines (Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan, Branch President: Chang Horng-Jong) are gearing up for post-Covid tourism industry, regularly providing local travel information of Taiwan on China Airlines’ Instagram.

2022/05/26 | Global Voices

What Overseas Chinese Citizens Make Of Xi Jinping’s Resignation Rumours

Some say the rumors are meant to spread a false hope that the CCP could solve the legitimacy crisis of the authoritative political system.