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The Strange and Sad Case of Gui Minhai
January 31, 2018

The Strange and Sad Case of Gui Minhai

By Thomas E. Kellogg
Months after being released, Gui, a Swedish citizen, was abruptly arrested again.

Sweden Demands China’s Explanation Over Bookseller’s Rearrest
January 24, 2018

Sweden Demands China’s Explanation Over Bookseller’s Rearrest

By Charlotte Gao
Months after his release, Gui Minhai was seized by Chinese authorities again -- right in front of Swedish diplomats.
Hong Kong Bookseller Released, But Still in Mainland China
October 28, 2017

Hong Kong Bookseller Released, But Still in Mainland China

By Charlotte Gao
Bookseller Gui Minhai had been kept in custody on the Chinese mainland for two years.

New Year, New Abduction Allegations From Hong Kong
January 31, 2017

New Year, New Abduction Allegations From Hong Kong

By Cal Wong
Rumors swirl that a Chinese tycoon was abducted from Hong Kong, recalling last year's booksellers saga.

Crackdown on Hong Kong's Dissident Publications Continues
July 27, 2016

Crackdown on Hong Kong's Dissident Publications Continues

By Cal Wong
Two more journalists from Hong Kong are convicted of illegal business operations.

China’s Disturbing Detention of Hong Kong Booksellers
July 07, 2016

China’s Disturbing Detention of Hong Kong Booksellers

By William Nee
A recently returned bookseller has decided to speak out, with some disturbing revelations.

Missing Hong Kong Booksellers Case Unravels
June 20, 2016

Missing Hong Kong Booksellers Case Unravels

By Cal Wong
A startling tell-all press conference by one of the disappeared booksellers sparks protests in Hong Kong.
‘Mighty Current’: Beijing’s Creeping Control over Hong Kong Media
April 29, 2016

‘Mighty Current’: Beijing’s Creeping Control over Hong Kong Media

By Madeline Earp
The buyout of SCMP, and the 'disappearance' of 5 Hong Kong booksellers, are signs of Beijing's growing reach.

Three Strikes: A Tipping Point for Hong Kong?
March 24, 2016

Three Strikes: A Tipping Point for Hong Kong?

By Farzana Aslam
Do recent events spell the end of Hong Kong's days as a global center?

A Fishball Revolution and Umbrella Soldiers: The Battle for Hong Kong's Soul
February 17, 2016

A Fishball Revolution and Umbrella Soldiers: The Battle for Hong Kong's Soul

By Linda van der Horst
In Hong Kong, fears over a lost identity are manifesting in very different ways.

UK Sees 'Grounds for Concern' About Hong Kong's Freedoms
February 13, 2016

UK Sees 'Grounds for Concern' About Hong Kong's Freedoms

By Shannon Tiezzi
In its latest report to Parliament, London warns that freedoms in Hong Kong are facing "unprecedented pressure."
It Just Got Harder for Chinese Citizens to Buy US Real Estate
January 30, 2016

It Just Got Harder for Chinese Citizens to Buy US Real Estate

By Shannon Tiezzi
Plus, a bombing in Laos, 'hurting China's feelings,' and the case of the missing booksellers. Friday China links.

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