Stories about China from February, 2019
A Tibetan-Canadian student was attacked online after winning student council elections. She thinks Beijing is to blame.
Chemi Lhamo faced a barrage of threatening comments on social media from overseas students who appeared to be from mainland China.
Nurbolat Shalayit is one of hundreds of thousands of Xinjiang minorities whose current whereabouts are uncertain.
The second installment in our series looks at the most censored topic in the 2018 WeChatscope dataset: the China-US trade war.
Australia revokes Chinese tycoon's citizenship over alleged political interference in Australian politics
"...winding back CCP [Chinese Communist Party] interference as an unacceptable and counterproductive part of bilateral engagement is a step towards developing a healthy China-Australia relationship"
Uyghur communities from all over the world are using the #MetooUyghur hashtag to demand answers about the welfare of their loved ones.
While Chinese companies regularly invest in US media companies, this makes for an unusual match.
Our team tracked censored posts from more than 4,000 public accounts covering daily news on WeChat. Here is what we found.