Stories about East Asia from September, 2023
Global Voices interviewed Hanna Hopko, former MP, civil society leader and one of the most vocal supporters of Taiwan in Ukraine, to hear about ongoing cooperation and dialogues.
Many expressed worries that the premade food sector will offer children untra-processed food and take away jobs.
"In this system, journalists are expected to conform to the contours of power rather than challenging them."
As China's Huawei launches its new phone brand, Mate 60, questions over the origins of their processing chips and the timing of the launch remain.
"The SIM registration law cannot be “fixed” without having serious implications on our right to privacy and communication."
China said it welcomed the India-Middle East-Europe Economic Corridor (IMEC) project, provided that it would not turn into a geopolitical tool.
"What is more worrying is the fact that much of the so-called 'offending' content is mere reports and opinion pieces deemed critical of the government."
HK’s top court: the government has not fulfilled its constitutional duty to provide any legal framework for same-sex relationships to be recognised.
"The expansion and modernization of BRICS is a message that all institutions in the world need to mould themselves according to changing times."
Australian novelist Yang Hengjun has been awaiting the verdict on his case in China for more than two years after being accused of spying. Now he fears he may die in detention
The strongest reactions came from countries in Southeast Asia as the Chinese map claims virtually the entirety of the South China Sea.