‘I escaped China’s brutal regime… then my son was kidnapped and forced to join Isis’
Meet the Uyghurs who risked death to escape China illegally to start new lives abroad – and many who made it have horrifying stories to tell.
‘I fled China 20 years ago – the state is still hunting me’
Having escaped and started a new life in Egypt, Seypiddin thought his family would be safe, but in reality, the nightmare had just begun
‘I stopped saying Xi’s name out loud’: Why The Telegraph’s correspondent had to flee China
In 2012, Sophia Yan arrived in Hong Kong to a mood of national optimism. A decade on, she leaves under a cloud of fear and surveillance
How to build a democratic dictatorship
How Xi Jinping became China’s most powerful ruler since Chairman Mao – and what he’s doing with it
Wuhan one year on: The city that appears safe from covid – but at what cost?
One year after the Covid-19 pandemic erupted, our China Correspondent returns to Wuhan and asks whether all is really as it seems
Exclusive: Aboard a US aircraft carrier combating Beijing’s growing aggression in the South China Sea
Sailing through the South China Sea, the latest on a long list ramping up tensions between the US and China
Can China’s last reindeer herders survive a Communist Party purge?
Ewenki customs have been eradicated and many have been forcibly resettled in a ‘Disneyfied’ version of their communities
‘I didn’t think I would ever be let out’: How China tortured a UK consulate worker over Britain’s role in Hong Kong
‘One minute felt like one year’: A day in the life of inmates in the Xinjiang internment camps
‘I was always in fear – I thought they would kill me’: Muslim women describe torture at hands of Chinese authorities in Xinjiang
China Uber-rates its citizens… A harmless nudge? Or sinister surveillance society?
Imagine visiting your elderly mum and getting free soap as a reward. Or dropping litter and being banned from buying a train ticket. In China, the state is using a combination of cutting-edge technology and old-fashioned values to rate behaviour
China’s tiny Jewish community in fear as Beijing erases its history
Despite numbering only a thousand, China’s Jews are falling foul of Beijing’s campaign against non-sanctioned religions