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DW exclusive: Cybersecurity flaws leave Olympians at risk with Beijing 2022 app

Athletes headed to the Beijing Olympic Winter Games are making final travel preparations, including keeping in line with China's health measures on the My 2022 smartphone app. Inadequate encrypti...

Scholar lambasts Chinese province for organ transplant menu

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — A scholar has denounced the listing of prices for various donated human organs by the Chinese province of Henan, drawing attention to the fact that no such thing would eve...

‘No illicit affairs, cults or separatism’: leaked CCP guidelines draw boundaries for South Korean comics

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — A South Korean cartoon studio has received a set of content guidelines from the Chinese government after it announced a deal with Tencent on Monday (Sept. 27) to distribut...

Apple's censoring in China affects Taiwan

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Citizen Labs from Toronto University says technology giant Apple censors political phrases in Taiwan and Hong Kong when providing engraving services. Apple varies its c...

President of Taiwanese pro-China group dies from COVID

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — The president of a pro-Chinese Communist Party (CCP) organization in Taiwan has died from COVID-19. On Wednesday afternoon (June 16), Chen Li-ling (陳麗玲), spokesperson f...

Japan is demonstrating the value of true friendship to Taiwan

KAOHSIUNG (Taiwan News) — The definition of a friend is someone who likes to spend time with you — a sympathizer, ally, or supporter. Friends often engage in acts of friendship, such as...

Apple acquiesces to Chinese government's demands: NYT report

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Apple has given in to Beijing’s demands over the past few years in order to continue operations in China, according to a New York Times report. The report listed ...

US hits China and others for repressing religious freedom

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Biden administration on Wednesday took aim at China and a number of other countries for repressing religious freedom as it forges ahead with its aim of restoring human rights as ...

Epoch Times printing plant in HK attacked by masked men

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — The printing plant of The Epoch Times newspaper in Hong Kong was attacked by four masked men on Monday (April 12), resulting in significant property damage and heightening...

China tops countries persecuting citizens beyond borders: Freedom House

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — China is persecuting more people outside its territory than any other country, according to Freedom House. Best known for its annual "Freedom in the World" re...

China strips license from second lawyer for HK activists

TAIPEI, Taiwan (AP) — A second Chinese lawyer who represented a Hong Kong pro-democracy activist was stripped of his license on Tuesday as Beijing attempts to crush opposition to its tighter control o...

China strips license of lawyer for Hong Kong activist

TAIPEI, Taiwan (AP) — A Chinese lawyer who represented a Hong Kong pro-democracy activist was stripped of his law license on Friday amid efforts by Beijing to crush opposition to its tighter control o...

After US cements election results, China-wary Taiwan sees rally for Trump

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — With throngs of people waving the stars-and-stripes and signs with slogans such as "Stop the steal" in central Taipei Saturday (Dec. 19), passersby would have be...

Two more Chinese added to US sanction list

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — The U.S. Department of the Treasury placed sanctions on two Chinese individuals for Human Rights Day on Thursday (Dec.10), bringing the number of Chinese the U.S. has sanc...

UN investigator: Rights of minorities to worship undermined

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The U.N. special investigator on religious freedom urged countries to repeal laws undermining the right of minorities to worship and hold beliefs, pointing as examples to China’s...