What Happens When the Uyghurs Come Home?
By Ruth Ingram
Social media is starting to convey some signs of life from Xinjiang’s disappeared.
Twitter Reveals China's Influence Campaign Targeting Hong Kong Protests
By Tami Abdollah
It’s the first instance of a U.S. social media company identifying a Chinese government-run disinformation campaign.
The Social Media ‘War’ Over the South China Sea
By Linh Tong and Linh Tong
Vietnamese, Chinese, and Filipinos spar online after the recent tribunal ruling on the South China Sea.
How China’s Crackdown on Lawyers Affects Media Freedom
By Sarah Cook
"The crackdown on human rights lawyers is truly a step backward for media freedom."
Tiananmen Square in the Age of Twitter
By Zachary Keck
The real wild card in assessing whether Tiananmen Square could happen today is the role of social media
Xi Jinping and Social Media: Harnessing the People’s Voice
By Su-Mei Ooi and Brittanie Redd
China’s president uses social media to attract public support, while cracking down on social media users.