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Chinese artist Ai Weiwei continues to fight political censorship in China by using art, sound and social media to maintain the memory of the school victims of the 2008 Sichuan earthquake.
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China has mobilized online patriots to support the use of Xinjiang cotto, arguing that allegations of forced labour along with other human rights violations are false information
While Graphika's research findings are insufficient to suggest that Huawei was behind the operation, its employees were key amplifiers of the comments produced by the fake clusters.
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For Badiucao, the best way to spread the message of universal human rights is through his art, but even within Australia's Chinese communities, the narratives are both complex and nuanced.
"Uyghur pop is a source of both entertainment and rich inner life. Another role it can play is in humanizing and amplifying Uyghur hopes, aspirations, and lives."
"As time passes, diaries are like caterpillars transforming into butterflies."
I did not plan to write this diary for 77 days. Writing is a kind of conversation – with myself, and with others.
"Today is a sunny. I always look forward to a sunny day when it is cloudy. But the sunlight today feels so ironic."
Public scepticism over Chinese influence campaigns and aggressive diplomacy is empowering anti-Beijing politicians.
Someone asked me, "What is the first thing that you want to do after the lockdown is lifted?" I said, "I want to walk by the river and yell."
"After the storm, we will need to rebuild our lives like those blown-down buildings."
People are asked to report their status to the grid controller and health code system everyday in exchange of mobility after the lifting of lockdown.
"It is natural for us to feel lucky that we stayed alive. However, what about our society? Will it have more respect for human life and rights?"
"Even if you are courageous you are surrounded by walls made of glass. You try smashing through them, but they are always there."
There are still people who are brave enough to speak up, and we value these people and try our best to spread their messages.
They yelled out from their windows “fake, fake, it is all formalist performance”. This is not the first time the people in Wuhan express their resentment.
I want to go to the park to take a stroll after the lockdown is lifted...
Domestic violence is emerging in the pandemic and volunteers are keeping records of their stories.
"There are more than 30,000 confirmed cases in Wuhan, and we will wait for a long time before the lockdown is lifted."