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2021/05/07 | Deutsche Welle

Hong Kong: Joshua Wong Sentenced to 10 More Months

A court has sentenced four pro-democracy activists for taking part in last year’s Tiananmen Square commemorations. The judge said the sentence should “deter people from offending and re-offending.”

2021/03/15 | Voice of America

Reports: At Least 39 Killed as Myanmar Imposes Martial Law in Yangon Suburb

At least 39 demonstrators were reportedly killed in Yangon’s Hlaingthaya area.

2020/11/18 | Deutsche Welle

Thailand: Dozens Injured in Violent Protests

Pro-democracy activists and security forces have clashed once again in Bangkok, with police using tear gas and water cannons laced with irritating chemicals to stop protesters from entering the country's parliament.

2020/09/10 | The Interpreter

Rising Protests and a Sinking Economy Spell Trouble in Thailand

A wave of dissatisfaction with the ruling elite and a Covid-induced recession have shaken the country’s foundations.

2018/03/13 | Brian Hioe

OPINION: Taiwan's Anti-nuclear Movement Needs Reinvigorating

Turnout for this year's anti-nuclear march was disappointing, even as the government shows signs it is willing to rely on nuclear power.

2018/01/26 | Brian Hioe

Songshan Airport Eviction Slips under Radar

The head of the Songshan Airport Forced Eviction Self-Help Organization had his own home forcibly demolished.

2018/01/10 | Suzanne Pepper

OPINION: Hong Kong's Spirit of Protest Alive and Kicking in 2018

The reopening of Civic Square, a symbolic hub for Hong Kong's Occupy protests, served to galvanize protesters on the city's annual Jan. 1 protest march.

2017/10/17 | Rosemary Chen

ISSUE: Undermining Taiwan’s Indigenous Environments

Mining continues to threaten people and environments in Taiwan's national forest areas, highlighting the importance of forthcoming changes to the Mining Act.

2017/07/21 | Central News Agency

Taiwan Temples Incensed: Online Rumor of Incense Burning Ban Sparks Protest

Temples have accepted a 'one burner, one incense stick' proposal to help protect the environment, and have agreed to burn ghost money collectively in an incinerator.

2017/07/04 | Kerry Brown

Hong Kong 20 Years After the Handover: Locked in Stasis

A decade after the handover of Hong Kong in 1997, most analyses were positive. A further 10 years has elapsed. How is Hong Kong doing now?

2017/05/23 | Ketagalan Media

A Delicate Balancing Act: President Tsai’s First Year

Sandwiched between these two clashing generations, Tsai is standing at a dividing line between Taiwan’s past and future, the 'east' of its old glory (such as being one of the four Asian tigers) and the 'west' of its new chapter in history.