Censorship in the country is more complicated than many Westerners imagine. Last winter, after the Chinese Communist Party announced the abolition of presidential term limits, Beijing temporarily moved
HONG KONG — The 50-year-old software engineer was tapping away at his computer in November when state security officials filed into his office on mainland China. They had an unusual — and nonnegotiable
Li Chengzhi had a lot to learn when he first got a job as a professional censor. Like many young people in China, the 24-year-old recent college graduate knew little about the 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown.
Many of those peering with trepidation into 2019 have first turned to the past, to see what lessons history offers as a great power rises and the hegemon falters. Some look back two and a half millennia
Hong Kong (CNN) — A high-profile Chinese human rights lawyer detained more than three years ago faced trial Wednesday, the latest prominent detainee sent to court by the ruling Communist Party over the