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The East Asia Bureau of defender Reporters without Borders covers China, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, Japan, North Korea, South Korea and Mongolia.
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RSF East Asia 12h
Chinese journalist and RSF award-winner , who is seriously ill and victim of torture, was put on trial last week but no verdict was reached. In December, after a petition filed by , 4 UN experts called on China to release him.
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RSF East Asia Jan 16
calls for the immediate release of , and , three journalists whom the Chinese authorities have condemned at the end of the year, to sentences ranging from 20 months to 4 yrs in prison.
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RSF East Asia Jan 15
and many human rights organizations demand the immediate release of citizen-journalist , who has been held in Chinese custody for five years and sentenced to life imprisonment for "separatism."
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CHRD人权捍卫者 Jan 14
1/14 closed-door hearing violated ‘s right to fair and public trial by an independent court. Huang also denied access to lawyer for first 10 months of detention, denied appropriate medical care, and has been torture to try and force a confession
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RSF East Asia Jan 14
// ... a documentary photographer with strong journalistic instincts.There’s nothing criminal about that activity.”
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RSF East Asia Jan 8
calls on China for the immediate release of citizen journalist , 65, who has been serving a 13-year prison sentence since last summer and whose state of health has deteriorated as a result of abuse.
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RSF East Asia Jan 4
condemns the Chinese government’s of academic journals that the British publishing house Taylor & Francis provides to Chinese libraries.
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RSF East Asia Jan 2
RSF East Asia Bureau director Cédric Alviani talks about press freedom and ’s decision to open in Taipei.
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RSF East Asia Dec 28
calls for Zhen’s immediate release because journalists should not have to face imprisonment for doing their jobs.
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RSF East Asia Dec 28
denounces the 20-month sentence given to Chinese journalist Ding Lingjie, a collaborator of human rights website , detained since Sept. 2017. RSF calls for her immediate release, as well as for Liu Feiyue, the website’s founder arbitrarily detained for 2 yrs.
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RSF East Asia Dec 26
calls on the international community not to forget Wu Gan, a Chinese blogger who was sentenced to eight years in prison exactly a year ago for criticizing corruption within the Communist Party’s ranks.
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RSF East Asia Dec 25
condemns the sentencing of Chinese journalist Sun Lin to 4 years in prison on the charge of inciting subversion, after more than 13 months of detention. China is among the world’s worst jailers of journalists, with more than 60 of them currently behind bars.
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RSF East Asia Dec 25
// 83 journals were excluded from the arts, humanities and social sciences package sold to libraries in China at the request of importers, Taylor and Francis said in a statement.//
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CHRD人权捍卫者 Dec 23
Qin Yongmin’s wife reports that his prison conditions have deteriorated and mistreatment has escalated. Appointed prisoners watch him 24/7 & have threatened his life. He is forced to do hard labor at 66 yrs-old & long-term mistreatment has left him close to death.
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CHRD人权捍卫者 Dec 20
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RSF East Asia Dec 18
RSF 2018 round-up in 80 seconds.
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RSF East Asia Dec 17
A total of 80 journalists killed this year, 348 in prison, and 60 being held hostage -- RSF's 2018 annual round-up shows an unprecedented level of hostility towards the press.
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Christophe Deloire Dec 11
Journalists Jamal Khashoggi, , Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo and the newsroom of are 's Person of the Year: a wonderful tribute to journalism and pursuit of truth in a period of danger for freedom of opinion and democracy
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北风(温云超, Yunchao Wen) Dec 11
The family of Famous photographer received a phone call from the Kashgar police to confirm that was officially arrested by the Kashgar Public Security Bureau.
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RSF East Asia Dec 10
as a member of a coalition of 60 NGOs wrote to 's CEO demanding he abandon the development of project , a censored search engine for the Chinese market
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