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RFA Hosts Banned Film on Murdered Cambodian Rainforest Activist on Website

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WASHINGTON – Ahead of World Press Freedom Day, Radio Free Asia (RFA) is making available online a recently banned documentary film about the murder of a prominent Cambodian rainforest activist. The makers of “I Am Chut Wutty” have agreed to allow RFA to post the Cambodian language film on its RFA Khmer website in perpetuity starting Tuesday (April 26).

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RFA Launches Investigative Series on North Korean Labor Overseas

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“With this venture, RFA investigates the consequences of an isolated dictatorship that does little to improve its own people’s living standards but profits from sending its work force abroad,” said Libby Liu, President of RFA. “RFA looks forward to the launch of more in-depth, ongoing investigations this year. “

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Radio Free Asia’s Trafficking Documentary Describes Vietnamese Mother’s Ordeal, Escape

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WASHINGTON – On International Women’s Day, Radio Free Asia (RFA) today released a short documentary, “Vietnam: Cost of Living” — the eighth installment of the online RFA multimedia series “Breaking Free: Stories of escape from traffickers.” This seven-minute video report from Vietnam tells the story […]

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Radio Free Asia Releases English e-Book on North Korea’s Prison Camps

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Digital Publication Includes Survivors’ Stories of Inhuman Conditions WASHINGTON – Radio Free Asia (RFA) today released the English version of its e-book about North Korea’s infamous secret labor detention camps for political prisoners and the horrendous human rights violations committed inside them. Based on a […]

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Radio Free Asia Announces New Managing Director, Northeast Asia

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WASHINGTON – Radio Free Asia (RFA) has announced that distinguished journalist and former diplomat Bay Fang will serve as RFA’s new Managing Director, with responsibility for Northeast Asia. “Bay’s experience as a Beijing-based correspondent who also reported from the war zones of Iraq and Afghanistan, […]

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Radio Free Asia Series on China Nuclear Risks Wins at New York Festivals

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WASHINGTON – Radio Free Asia (RFA) last night won a bronze medal at the New York Festivals’ 2015 International Radio Program Awards for its Cantonese Service’s investigative series on China’s nuclear energy risks. Titled, “A Citizenry Left in the Dark: China’s Nuclear Power Industry,” the […]

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Radio Free Asia Series on China Nuclear Risks Wins Award for Excellence in Journalism

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WASHINGTON – Radio Free Asia (RFA) today was named a winner of the Sigma Delta Chi award for excellence in journalism by the Society of Professional Journalists. RFA’s Cantonese Service’s investigative series on China’s nuclear energy risks, “A Citizenry Left in the Dark: China’s Nuclear […]

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RFA Launches New Edition of Asian Women’s e-Book

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WASHINGTON – Ahead of International Women’s Day, Radio Free Asia (RFA) today launched the second edition of an e-book profiling women from Asian countries and regions under authoritarian rule taking up the fight for human rights on their families’ and communities’ behalf. ‘It’s not OK’ […]

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RFA’s Tibetan Service Launches Satellite TV Broadcast

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WASHINGTON – Marking Losar, the Tibetan new year, Radio Free Asia’s Tibetan Service today launched its first satellite television broadcast. The half-hour program airs daily at 6 p.m. in China’s Tibetan regions and 3:30 p.m. in Dharamsala, India. “With the launch of RFA Tibetan’s daily […]

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RSF’s Index Paints “Grim Picture” of Press Freedom’s Future in Asia: RFA President

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“In all of RFA’s countries, press freedom ​continues to be​ under threat and under attack,” Liu said. “The seriousness of the situation is evidenced in areas once considered ​the few ​bright spots of our broadcast regions.”

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