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"Sorry for hurting you. It’s okay to delete Weibo, Oh, I hear a sound, a fragile heart is broken into pieces... It’s Okay I still have IG and FB…"
Dissenting artist Ai Weiwei on Hong Kong: art would not be art if it cannot be done in the face of tyranny
'Art would not be art if it cannot be done in the face of tyranny… the artworks which fight for freedom are precious efforts of the human spirit.'
"Kekalove Adaptive Fashion," is a social business founded in 2019 by a group of young people designing clothes specifically for people with disabilities.
"This is a paradox, only if I stay in Hong Kong I can enjoy freedom, a freedom to overcome fear."
VideoVolunteers community correspondent Basharat Amin interviews Anuradha Bhasin, executive editor of the Daily Kashmir Times newspaper, to understand the present situation of freedom of the press in Jammu and Kashmir.
Missed the live-stream of the Global Voices Insights conversation with writer and activist Jillian C. York? Here's a replay.
In this edition of our Global Voices Insights series, media analyst Maryia Sadouvskaya-Komlach, artist Rufina Bezlova and scholar Gregory Asmolov revisit the events in Belarus following the August 2020 presidential...
Tabish Aijaz, a young medical student from Anantnag district in Kashmir, is using her natural ability to paint to beat the stress caused by exams and the COVID 19 pandemic.
If approved, a new scheme limiting the definition of officially recognized media will deliver a serious blow to freelance journalists and student reporters.
Hong Kong police manipulates narratives of mob violence to accuse political opponents of disturbing the peace and arrest them despite multiple video proofs of their innocence
"There are 10,000 bicycles in Ljubljana. That's a fact. That's how mad the people are."
Insult to revolutionary heritage, paean to middle-aged tavern-going privilege or just a bit of fun?
"We have to struggle for our rights, not sit and wait. Youth in China should yell out -- we want freedom of press!"
Hong Kong's protesters are aching to take to the streets again. In the meantime, they are taking to their screens.
Despite the global outcry against animal sacrifice in Nepal, the tradition persists.
In early February, he was kidnapped for 24 hours, before he was freed by the police. A self-proclaimed prophet named Joe Williams is suspected of ordering the kidnapping.
In some of his YouTube videos, the user "Beleza em pessoa" criticized Mozambican prophets.
Like other sci-fi before it, it imagined the present year as a post-apocalyptic wasteland.
Tens of thousands of Hongkongers are participating in flash mob performances of the new protest song “Glory to Hong Kong” in the streets and in shopping malls across the city.