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June Cheng

June Cheng

June is a reporter for WORLD. She is a World Journalism Institute graduate and covers East Asia, including China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan.

Follow June Cheng on Twitter @JuneCheng_World


Articles by June Cheng
A chance to be fruitful

A chance to be fruitful

China’s new three-child policy won’t reverse China’s demographic crisis, but it helps Christians seeking to be fruitful and multiply

Current and former members of Early Rain church in Chengdu, China, have experienced raids and arrests for practicing their faith, but the work of the church continues, even as some still draw attention to its plight from abroad

Want to do business in China? Either ignore forced labor or risk losing a massive market

Testimonies and research at a United Kingdom tribunal paint a harrowing picture of China’s intentions to assimilate the ethnic group by force


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A century of authoritarian politics has left a bloody history, and the atrocities continue

Hong Kong once welcomed films critical of Beijing. Now they’re moving elsewhere

Taiwan is a top destination for Hong Kong residents running from the new wave of Chinese authoritarianism
In Myanmar, pro-democracy protesters face a bloody military crackdown. In Hong Kong, they face Communist law
As evidence mounts of Chinese genocide against Uyghurs, some call for a boycott of the 2022 Beijing Olympics
By labeling Communist atrocities in Xinjiang as genocide, the U.S. declares solidarity with the Uyghur community while ensuring further conflict with China.