CCP intensifies overseas crackdown: US congressional report

Insights 11/17/22, 14:47

The U.S. Congressional-Executive Commission on China (CECC) submitted a report on human rights and the rule of law. The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) continues to employ methods of overseas coercion on individuals and organizations of all kinds to silence criticism of its regime, according to the CECC. The report lists tactics ...

The corrupt and degenerate life of Mao Zedong

Morality 10/13/22, 14:34

In Francisco Umbral's Spanish novel, Madrid 1940 Memoirs of a Young Fascist, he describes the anarchy in a city overflowing with violence, where dogs eat corpses at night, the streets are stained red, and the citizens turn to dissolution. The life of the central character is a young man from the ...

The crimes with which the Chinese regime ‘digs its own grave’

Trending 04/12/22, 00:04

While it is true that China's communist regime exercises an unprecedented dominion over its more than 1.4 billion citizens, it is vital to broaden the overall picture of this phenomenon, knowing the background and current affairs of those who oppose this undemocratic imposition of power. The voices and movements denouncing the ...

Zeng Qinghong pressures Xi Jinping into taking Taiwan

Opinion 01/05/22, 04:29

On Nov. 24, 2021, Duowei newspaper published an article: "Jiang Zemin: 'Taiwan issue of my greatest concern,'" referring to Jiang Zemin's desire to unify Taiwan. The Liberation Army Newspaper published an article on the same day: "The command of the war must be handed over to those who can see the enemy." The ...

U.S. Congressmen call out CCP for illegal persecution of practitioners of Falun Gong

China 12/30/21, 16:45

With just weeks to go before the start of the controversial Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics, the Congressional-Executive Commission on China (CECC) once again called out the Chinese Communist Party's (CCP's) persecution of Falun Gong practitioners. They cited, in particular, the imprisonment of a Chinese citizen jailed for distributing information about ...

Chinese city stops civil service recruitment amid financial crisis

China 12/30/21, 00:01

Hegang Municipal Government of Heilongjiang announced that it would implement fiscal restructuring due to debt issues. The local government would also postpone its civil service recruitment.  Hegang was the first prefecture-level city in China to carry out financial restructuring. As early as 2018, Yanjiang District and Anyue County in Ziyang City, ...

Tiananmen massacre statue removed from Hong Kong university

China 12/23/21, 16:15

The University of Hong Kong (HKU) caused mixed reactions after removing the Tiananmen massacre's statue from its campus. On Wednesday, Dec. 22, HKU dismantled and relocated the "Pillar of Shame," which has commemorated pro-democracy protesters killed in China's 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown for more than two decades.  The statue's removal is the ...

Seeking to break free from the CCP, India has plans for solar energy

Tech 12/23/21, 04:55

India is developing renewable energy to break the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) monopolistic control over the solar panel supply. As a result, major developers in India have started planning to produce solar panels for their country's demand.  Last month at the COP26 climate conference in Glasgow, UK, Indian Prime Minister Narendra ...

China’s tire industry raises prices as production costs increase

China 12/21/21, 20:32

The tire industry in mainland China is seeing a new wave of price increase this December.  According to CCTV Finance, this has been the tire industry's third round of concerted price hikes since the fourth quarter. Costs for tire products are rising at an estimated pace of 3%, and some companies ...

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