Divesting from our part in this chain of abuse is where Canadians can start to reclaim control and live up to our values through reduced risk in one of the world’s most […]
Cao Guangjing, vice-governor of Hubei Province, is currently undergoing disciplinary review and supervisory investigation for serious violations of discipline and law, according to the official website of China’s top anti-corruption bodies.
The extravagant demands of the International Olympic Committee would rate a hard pass in democratically run countries, but for authoritarian-run nations it’s game on.
Tune in to EpochTV.com on Wednesday, January 26, at 8PM EST for a live discussion of what’s really going on in China. Probe International’s Patricia Adams is a featured guest along with […]
The science fiction moment is upon us. A dynamite discussion between Postmedia columnist Anthony Furey and Dr. Ann Cavoukian, Ontario’s former information and privacy commissioner, unpacks unprecedented concerns around privacy and security […]
English-language Chinese news outlet, China Change, takes an in-depth look at the (lack of) evidence against civil rights activists Xu Zhiyong and Ding Jiaxi, and how concepts like a “citizen’s movement” – […]
A custody battle over an unofficial history of China is the subject of a legal fight pitting the widow of retired Communist Party official, Li Rui, against her stepdaughter and Stanford University.
Legendary Chinese journalist-turned-environmental activist, Dai Qing, becomes a pocket warrior in the new Penguin Classics series, Green Ideas.
Some say the area’s aging dams are a threat to the region, compounded by the Chinese Communist Party’s centralized response system. Probe International looks at why.
This summer, Dai Qing, the legendary Chinese investigative journalist, Probe International Fellow and one of China’s most iconic environmental voices will join the Penguin Classics canon in a new series on the […]
A pandemic did not stop the Chinese government from dismantling, destroying and modifying visible signs of religious display during the Covid-19 crisis and its efforts have ramped up in its wake.
Probe International has added its support to a letter signed by more than 60 MPs urging the Canadian government to take action against top Chinese officials in response to “human rights atrocities” […]
Canada’s flag is draped all over the national pride of China.
Tianshui is the second-largest city in northwestern Gansu Province. Less severely impacted by COVID-19 than other areas, Tianshui is finding its pulse as restrictions lift and the colours and quickening step of spring brightens warmer days. This gallery of recovery snapshots captures one city’s return to a new (but different) normal.
New images from inside Beijing’s travel arteries show a stopped Beijing as the battle to contain the coronavirus outbreak brings one of the world’s most populous cities to an eerie halt.