US House Reintroduces Bill to Ban All Xinjiang Goods Made With Forced Labor

Beijing’s repression of Uyghurs, perpetrated through its network of internment camps and mass surveillance system, has drawn international condemnation. According to an archived U.S. State Department website estimate, more than a million Uyghurs and other minority groups are held without charge in such facilities.

Huawei Has Technology to Recognize Uyghur Faces: The Evidence

IPVM, the world’s leading authority on video surveillance, discovered an internal Huawei document that, by purpose or mistake, was freely available on Huawei’s European website. Immediately after IPVM asked Huawei for explanations, the document disappeared.

US, European Officials Raise Awareness for Missing Chinese Human Rights Lawyer

Gao, a self-taught lawyer and a devoted Christian, has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize three times. He began practicing law in 1996, defending victims of government land seizures; families of miners, who are seeking compensation after their loved ones died in coal mining accidents; as well as persecuted Christians and adherents of Falun Gong.

Congress Holds Hearing to Mark 30th Anniversary of the Tiananmen Square Massacre

JOAN CHANG | EPOCH TIMES WASHINGTON—While the Chinese regime has been trying to erase the history of the 1989 Tiananmen Square protest and massacre, U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said at a Congressional hearing, the peaceful protestors’ names “are remembered and their sacrifices are recognized. Their sacrifice is not just for them personally but sacrifices for democracy […]

US Congressman Calls for New US Policy on Tibet

Peggy Chang  |  Voice of America WASHINGTON — Congressman Jim McGovern is calling for a new U.S. policy on Tibet, saying “the status quo isn’t working” and urging U.S. businesses to raise the issue of human rights in Tibet with Chinese business partners. “It’s important that the U.S. have a policy toward Tibet because the status […]