Myanmar Teacher Struggles in Camp Near Thai Border Following Junta Crackdown — Radio Free Asia

A teacher and mother of four young children who left her job to join Myanmar’s Civil…

Vietnam Ignores Petition, Denies Citizenship Rights to Detained Former RFA Blogger — Radio Free Asia

Authorities in Vietnam have rejected petition letters calling for an investigation into legal proceedings against detained…

Ethnic Groups Fear More Repression After Chinese President’s Speech on Minorities — Radio Free Asia

Chinese President Xi Jinping’s call for ethnic minority groups to put the interests of the nation…

Two Tibetan Students Detained for Opposing Chinese-Only Instruction in School — Radio Free Asia

Authorities in northwestern China’s Qinghai province have detained two Tibetan students accused of opposing the use…

Two Lao Banana Workers Denied Their Pay Walk 250 Miles Home — Radio Free Asia

Two Lao workers on a Chinese-owned banana plantation quit their job this month after going weeks…

Journalists Sound Alarm Over New Guidelines For Radio Television Hong Kong — Radio Free Asia

The Hong Kong Journalists’ Association (HKJA) has criticized editorial guidelines issued for government broadcaster RTHK, as…

Defrocked Khmer Krom Monk Jailed in Cambodia for ‘Obstructing’ COVID-19 Measures — Radio Free Asia

A former Buddhist monk from Cambodia’s Khmer Krom ethnic minority group was jailed this week in…

North Korea Orders Factories and Firms to Provide Farm Equipment for Harvest — Radio Free Asia

North Korea is forcing local organizations and companies to dip into their own coffers to provide…

Eight Months After Coup, Myanmar Must Fend For Itself Amid Muted Response to Junta Abuses — Radio Free Asia

Two-thirds of a year after the military seized power in a coup, government mismanagement has made…

Vietnam Indicts Five Journalists From Facebook-Based Outlet — Radio Free Asia

UPDATED at 1:30 P.M. EDT on 2021-09-10 Authorities in Vietnam on Wednesday indicted five journalists from…

China’s Xinjiang Population Growth Report Raises Eyebrows — Radio Free Asia

A Chinese official report asserting that population growth in Xinjiang since 1949 refutes a series of…

Tibetans, Uyghurs Remember Those Who ‘Disappeared’ at China’s Hands — Radio Free Asia

Rights groups called on the world on Monday to remember the Tibetans, Uyghurs, and members of…

Farmers in Laos Press Dam Operator to Release Water for Irrigation — Radio Free Asia

Villagers living near a dam in northern Laos are demanding that its owner release water in…

Philippines Files New Protests Over Chinese Presence in South China Sea — Radio Free Asia

The Philippine foreign secretary on Thursday ordered that new diplomatic protests be filed against Beijing over…

Cambodia PM Says He Crashed Opposition Zoom Talk to Warn ‘Rebels’ — Radio Free Asia

Prime Minister Hun Sen crashed a Zoom strategy session of Cambodia’s banned opposition party “to send…

North Korea Forces Hungry Citizens to Pay for Propaganda Murals — Radio Free Asia

Rural citizens in North Korea are angry that their government is building mosaic murals at their…

Young People Discouraged by Life in Myanmar Queue For Passports to Leave the Country — Radio Free Asia

Young people disheartened by life in Myanmar following the February military coup are trying in growing…

Third Vietnamese Charged For Facebook Connections With US-Based Exile Group — Radio Free Asia

Vietnamese authorities on Friday arrested and charged a woman with “carrying out activities to overthrow the…

Uyghur Man Draws 15-Year Prison Term for Contacting Uncles Overseas — Radio Free Asia

A Uyghur man living in China’s Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (XUAR) was sent to an internment…

Dozens More Tibetans Are Arrested in Sichuan Over Dalai Lama Photos — Radio Free Asia

Police in western China’s Sichuan province have ramped up their enforcement of a ban on photos…

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