Interview: Photographer Patrick Wack on the Kodak row, and documenting Xinjiang as night falls on its culture
"I had left a territory under surveillance only to return to find an open-air prison," writes a French photographer of his trips to Xinjiang.
Justice delayed is justice denied – so why is the anti-corruption watchdog bringing charges over the 2016 election?
The government's current project "is to throw as many legal bricks as possible at any conspicuous figure in what used to be known as the pan-democratic opposition," writes Tim Hamlett.
Photos deleted by Kodak's Instagram feed show China's changing attitudes towards Uyghur Muslims and other ethnic minorities.
The "brain power of local officials of all kinds is being distracted from the biggest long-term threat to the Chinese people: climate change," writes Paul G. Harris.
Instead of Taiwan's red and blue flag, Taiwanese athletes must compete under the "Plum Blossom Banner", a white flag that carries the Olympic rings.
How is the shortage linked to the pandemic? Which industries have been hit? When will this end?
Pilots should be given the opportunity to opt for a later retirement age, says one.