Former Chinese Operative Tells of Decade in Political Subversion Force

Leo Timm,
Epoch Times
October 11, 2015

Cheng Ganyuan, a former operative for a Chinese undercover agency that specializes in infiltration and subterfuge, has seen plenty of ups and downs throughout (more…)

China launches student-made satellites

Times of India
IANS
October 10, 2015

BEIJING: Chinese authorities have launched a satellite made by a group of college students which has already began sending back data, the media reported on Saturday. (more…)

Tibetan Writer Released From Prison

Radio Free Asia
October 9, 2015

Tibetan writer Arik Dolma Kyab in an undated photo. (Photo courtesy of an RFA listener)

Tibetan writer Arik Dolma Kyab in an undated photo.
(Photo courtesy of an RFA listener)

A Tibetan (more…)

Tibet: 15-Year-Old Monk Arbitrarily Detained

UNPO
October 9, 2015

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While Dolma Kyab, a Tibetan writer and professor, has just been released after having spent ten-and-a-half years in prison, Lobsang Jamyant, a young monk aged 15, has been (more…)

Marco Rubio: Xi Jinping ‘devastating’ for human rights in China

CNN
James Griffiths,
October 8, 2015

(CNN)U.S. Senator and Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio has blasted the human rights record of Chinese leader Xi Jinping.

Rubio, who co-chairs (more…)

Chinese Petitioner ‘Tortured’ During Detention by Beijing Police

Radio Free Asia
October 7, 2015

A petitioner accused by the government of "blackmail" is held in detention in Inner Mongolia, Oct. 2015. (Photo courtesy of Center for Human Rights and Development) A petitioner accused by the government of “blackmail” is held in detention in Inner Mongolia, Oct. 2015.
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