Social media footage shows armoured vehicles on the move in the southern Chinese city of Xiamen, as US Speaker Pelosi is reportedly heading to Taipei.Read More
A Glass Heart
Australian singer Kimberley Chen, who has millions of fans in China, has been censored on Chinese social media and music streaming platforms after releasing a song mocking Beijing's controversial policies.Read More
Hidden in Plain Sight
Wage theft, exploitation and modern slavery are often reported as isolated scandals — but for many new Australians, they're a fact of life.Read More
'This will be remembered'
It was an incredible moment: a Chinese woman delivering an emotional public apology to a woman from the country's oppressed Uyghur minority. I was one of more than 1,000 people there to witness it.Read More
Speaking out for Wuhan's victims
Families of people who died after contracting coronavirus in China's former epicentre Wuhan say they are constantly monitored and warned by authorities, who tell them speaking out will damage China's national interest.Read More
'996 working, ICU waiting'
Shenzhen, widely regarded as China's Silicon Valley, is notorious for its 996 working culture, but a new policy that enforces paid leave and overtime payments for special industries could help reduce burnout.Read More