I have to censor myself. This is the reality. I come to Australia and still I’m not free.
—Lei Chen (pseudonym), student from mainland China describing his experience studying in an Australian university, September 25, 2020
So this is bilingual education: In theory, it means you can do both [languages]. It sounds beautiful. But in practice, the working language [in schools and offices] even at the township [rural] level is becoming Chinese.
We have followed the law in striking out and relentlessly pounding at illegal organizations and key figures, and resolutely followed the law in striking at the illegal organizations and key figures who follow the 14th…
“Where Darkness Knows No Limits”
Incarceration, Ill-Treatment and Forced Labor as Drug
Rehabilitation in China
To Chinese Government Ministries of Public Security,
Justice, Interior, and…
Detained Without Trial
Abuse of Internal Security Act Detainees in Malaysia
Abuse and Ill-Treatment of ISA Detainees in Kamunting Detention Center
The December 2004