Glass Wings Blog: China

The $3bn bargain: how China dominates Pacific mining, logging and fishing
A chunk of Chinese satellite almost hit the International Space Station. They dodged it – but the space junk problem is getting worse
Academic freedom is paramount for universities. They can do more to protect it from China’s interference
As Australian-Chinese writer Yang Hengjun’s trial begins, his prospects remain bleak
As the Beijing Winter Olympics countdown begins, calls to boycott the ‘Genocide Games’ grow
Beijing court dismisses landmark #MeToo case as authorities censor discussion
Beijing using its financial muscle to target Uyghurs living abroad – report
Boycott questions over Beijing Winter Olympics raise eerie echoes of 1936
British diplomat uses social media to draw attention to removal of Chinese mosque minarets
Can China win back global opinion before the Winter Olympics? Does it even want to?
The cat is back: Wild Amur tigers rebound in China, thanks to govt policies
China finances most coal plants built today – it’s a climate problem and why US-China talks are essential
China is betting that the West is in irreversible decline
China is financing infrastructure projects around the world – many could harm nature and Indigenous communities
China launches musical in bid to counter Uyghur abuse allegations
China played dirty to get Huawei’s 'princess' back — too dirty even to tell its own people
China’s efforts to save its wandering elephants are laudable, but let’s not forget its bloody conflicts with the giants
China's latest weapon against Taiwan: the sand dredger
China's Regulatory War On Its Gaming Industry Racks Up 14k Casualties
Chinese Government Dragnet Now Folding In American Social Media Platforms To Silence Dissent
Chinese Government Is Building A Surveillance System That Will Target, Track Foreign Journalists, Students
Chinese Government Now Using National Security Law To Censor Art Being Displayed In Hong Kong
Chinese Internet Companies Are Censoring People Who Write Or Speak Tibetan Or Uyghur, Lending A Hand To China's Cultural Genocides
The Communist Party claims to have brought prosperity and equality to China. Here’s the real impact of its rule
Crossing the Red Line: Behind China’s Takeover of Hong Kong
Details Leak On Apple's Secret $275 Billion Deal With The Chinese Government
The Guardian view on remembering Tiananmen 1989: mourning for those who cannot
How China is remaking the world in its vision
How China used the media to spread its COVID narrative — and win friends around the world
How China Uses Western Influencers As Pawns In Its Propaganda War
How Chinese courtyard housing can help older Australian women avoid homelessness
In the fight against climate change, China is doing more than you think, but still not enough
I've been sanctioned by China – but that won't stop me speaking out over Xinjiang
‘Mountain’ of electronic waste from this year alone will weigh as much as Great Wall of China, experts warn
Operation Fox Hunt: How China Exports Repression Using a Network of Spies Hidden in Plain Sight
Oracle, Which Promised To Protect TikTok User Data From China, Helps Chinese Law Enforcement Snarf Through Lots Of Private Data
Pillar of Shame: Hong Kong's Tiananmen Square statue removed
Thousands flee Hong Kong for UK, fearing China crackdown
Tibet: ‘Colonialism with Chinese Characteristics’?
Two Hong Kong universities remove Tiananmen artworks after Pillar of Shame dismantled
'Utterly Shameful': Uyghurs' Frustration Grows Over Lack Of International Action Against China
What’s on the clandestine nightly flights between Myanmar and China?
Why China’s attempts to stifle foreign media criticism are likely to fail
Wikipedia bans seven Chinese users amid concerns of 'infiltration, physical harm'
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