Tense Confrontation as Human Rights Lawyers Challenge Vietnamese Police

Vietnam Right Now, News Report, Posted: Nov 18, 2015

A confrontation has escalated between police and human rights lawyers, who have taken up the case of a teenager who died from injuries sustained in police custody.


Immigrant Rights Leaders Say This Is the Time to Act


New America Media, News Report, Text: Elena Shore / Video: Min Lee, Posted: Nov 12, 2015

Immigrant rights advocates and DACA recipients had a clear message following the 5th Circuit federal court decision: Take action.


Today's Refugees Come Seeking Freedom, But They Came Too Late


New America Media, Commentary, Andrew Lam, Posted: Nov 12, 2015

Just a few decades ago, almost anyone who fled the manifest dangers and oppressions of the Soviet Union or Vietnam could reasonably expect to find safe haven in the "free world".


What Are We Asian Americans to Do in the Heated Climate of China-Bashing?


International Examiner, Commentary, Sam Ho, Posted: Nov 11, 2015

A question: What are we Asian Americans to do in the heated climate of China-bashing? Some of our reactions may be: Great! I’ll join it!


Go West! — Report Shows Asian Pacific Islanders Heading Toward the Left Coast


NW Asian Weekly, News Report, Tina Lu, Posted: Nov 10, 2015

From 2000 to 2010, the NHPI population in the West grew by 37 percent, and Asian Americans by 36 percent.


Xi-Ma Summit Has Changed the Status Quo Between China & Taiwan


New America Media, News Analysis, George Koo, Posted: Nov 09, 2015

the Xi-Ma historic summit has taken place, and the goal posts of Taiwan’s status quo has already moved a step farther from independence.

China Continues to Claim Disputed Sea as Its Own Territories


Filam Star, News Report, Posted: Nov 09, 2015

Philippine Senator Antonio Trillanes warned that China would continue to press for their claims over the West Philippine Sea even if it eventually lost the case just to save.

Vietnam to Allow Free Labor Unions?


Vietnam Right Now, News Report, Posted: Nov 08, 2015

Vietnam has agreed to wide ranging labour reforms, including allowing the formation of free and independent trade unions with the right to strike, under the terms of the Trans Pacific Partnership agreed last month.


New Two-Child Policy May Impact Refugee Numbers to Canada


New Canadian Media, News Analysis, Shan Qiao , Posted: Nov 06, 2015

The desire to have more than one child has been a motivating factor for many Chinese emigrants for over three decades. Change may be on its way though, as earlier this week.


Xi Visit Prompts More Police Violence In Vietnam


Vietnam Right Now, News Report, Doan Trang, Posted: Nov 05, 2015

Tension is increasing in Hanoi on the eve of the visit by the Chinese leader, Xi Jinping, with a significant increase in the number of attacks reported on activists and independent bloggers.

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