Kevin Holden

Kevin Holden


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Bei­jing faces in­ter­na­tion­al scruti­ny af­ter rights ac­tivists point to con­tin­ued de­ten­tions and deaths.

Published On 22 Mar 2015
China 2

On­line se­cu­ri­ty re­searchers say Bei­jing has launched ma­jor cy­ber strikes against Amer­i­can IT gi­ants eye­ing its mar­ket.

Published On 14 Feb 2015
China Internet

While host­ing the World In­ter­net Con­fer­ence, Chi­na tries Tianan­men ac­tivist for leak­ing ‘state se­crets’ to US web­site.

Published On 21 Nov 2014

As­tronomers have cap­tured im­ages of pri­mor­dial galax­ies that helped light up the cos­mos af­ter the Big Bang.

Published On 18 Nov 2014

As Chi­na re­neges on pledged free elec­tions, Tianan­men-style democ­ra­cy move­ment spreads out across Hong Kong.

Published On 13 Sep 2014

Chi­na still uses labour camps to si­lence democ­ra­cy ac­tivists and oth­ers it con­sid­ers mal­con­tents.

Published On 12 Jul 2014

Dis­cov­ery of ear­li­est Bud­dhist tem­ple in Nepal could trans­form the coun­try into a ‘zone of peace’.

Published On 12 Dec 2013

Wang Keping, a provoca­tive artist crit­i­cal of Chi­na’s gov­ern­ment, has opened his first solo ex­hi­bi­tion in Bei­jing.

Published On 9 Nov 2013