Sarah Clarke

Sarah Clarke

Asia Pacific

Hong Kong media tycoon arrested under new security law

Newspaper owner Jimmy Lai and six others linked to his pro-democracy Apple Daily are in custody on charges of colluding with foreign forces.

Hong Kong media tycoon arrested under new security law

Asia Pacific

US health secretary's Taiwan visit angers China

Beijing warns US President Trump that the visit threatens peace and stability in the region.

US health secretary's Taiwan visit angers China

Asia Pacific

Why Hong Kong's traditional under-stairs shops are disappearing

Why an essential part of Hong Kong's retail landscape is in danger of disappearing.

Why Hong Kong's traditional under-stairs shops are disappearing

China

Social media firms worried about China's Hong Kong security law

Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam called the law 'mild' compared with those in other countries, but tech giants and social media companies are not convinced.

Social media firms worried about China's Hong Kong security law

Asia Pacific

Hong Kong: Hundreds arrested over China security law protests

Critics say new law that criminalises actions against China threatens the identity and freedoms of the former British territory and deepens fears of oppression.

Hong Kong: Hundreds arrested over China security law protests

Coronavirus pandemic

China rejects accusations it concealed COVID-19 information

Beijing declares its actions to contain the pandemic have been "rigorous" and "effective" and says if it is able to develop a vaccine, it will make it available to the world.

China rejects accusations it concealed COVID-19 information

Coronavirus pandemic

COVID-19 tracking apps raise privacy concerns in Asia

As governments use technology to track the spread of COVID-19, Al Jazeera looks at concerns about privacy.

COVID-19 tracking apps raise privacy concerns in Asia

Asia Pacific

'No new COVID-19 deaths for 10 days' in China's Wuhan

Original heart of the battle against coronavirus is marking a significant breakthrough.

'No new COVID-19 deaths for 10 days' in China's Wuhan

Coronavirus pandemic

China coronavirus curb celebrated by government

As infection numbers surge globally, downward trend in China continues with communist party hailing its efforts as major victory.

China coronavirus curb celebrated by government

United States

Beijing threatens retaliation over US cap on Chinese journalists

China's decision to expel three Wall Street Journal reporters sparks Washington move to reduce number of US-based Chinese state media staff.

Beijing threatens retaliation over US cap on Chinese journalists

Asia Pacific

China continues to struggle with rising coronavirus cases

New tough measures to test all citizens living in Wuhan as more than 3,000 health workers have also been infected.

China continues to struggle with rising coronavirus cases

Asia Pacific

China offers firms tax incentives over coronavirus impact

The country struggles to ease economic hardship as hundreds of doctors and nurses sent to the epicentre of the epidemic.

China offers firms tax incentives over coronavirus impact