The Tiananmen atrocity is not a tragedy of the past. Trying to bury the truth is oppression in another guise. China must learn to admit the...
A Hong Kong activist remembers the Tiananmen crackdown, explaining why he is moved by a sense of urgency to protect civic freedoms before it's too late.
The Myanmar regime, which recently bombed civilians, enjoys the support of Russia and China. The UN General Assembly’s hands are tied.
China was keen on using the October 1992 visit of then-Emperor Akihito to escape Western sanctions due to the Tiananmen Massacre, declassified records show.
Weary of China's zero-COVID humanitarian havoc, and the world's ambivalence, China's own citizens took the responsibility of making their voices heard.
Jiang Zemin paved the way for the belligerent China of Xi Jinping. His distorted and manipulative "patriotic education" stirred anti-Japanese sentiments.
In a bid to regain popularity, Jiang Zemin used historical issues to fan anti-Japanese sentiment. The damage of his campaign still impacts relations today.
New Praemium Imperiale Sculpture laureate Ai Weiwei discusses influences on his life and work from poetry and refugees to dictators and free speech.
Amicable relations with a stable Beijing has proved a fantasy. In fact, Tokyo needs to conduct a wholesale reframing of our relations with that country.
The theatrical play 35th May, about Beijing’s violent 1989 crackdown on protesters, should inspire societies to fight for their freedoms and to preserve them.
As night fell, young people gathered in Victoria Park and the downtown area to remember the Tiananmen victims with candles and smartphone flashlights.
～～China’s human rights abuses are rampant as the party confines family members of the slain and democracy movement activists in an effort to silence calls for...