China Insights

Every day, the daughter-in-law put 'poison' in the food to harm her mother-in-law, but something unexpected happened in the end. (Image via  pixabay  /  CC0 1.0)

A Daughter-In-Law’s Poison

Long ago, a girl named Lili got married and went to live with her husband and mother-in-law. After a short time, she found that she absolutely could not get along with her mother-in-law. Their personalities were entirely different and Lili…

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China Offers a 10-Year Visa to High-End Talent

China has announced a 10-year visa for “high-end talent” meant to encourage specialists such as top scientists and entrepreneurs in technology-intensive sectors to live and work in China.

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Who’s to Blame for Wu Yongning’s Death?

A climber famous for scaling skyscrapers without any safety equipment has died after falling from a 62-story building in the city of Changsha, China. The 26-year-old daredevil, Wu Yongning, fell…

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A Disappointed Foreign Teacher in China

Silhouette is the name of a German teacher who worked as a teacher in a private school in Suzhou, Jiangsu Province, China. After eight years, he quit and returned home.…

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A Daughter-In-Law’s Poison

Long ago, a girl named Lili got married and went to live with her husband and mother-in-law. After a short time, she found that she absolutely could not get along…

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German Teacher Jolts Chinese Education

A German man the Chinese call Lu Anke arrived in China in 1997 to teach children. He taught in remote villages in Guangxi Province, where there are no telephones and…

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The 7 Most Detested Groups in China

Who are the most detested groups in China today? Following increasing anti-corruption campaigns that net top offenders and massive exposures of illegal money grabs, the seven groups below have become…

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What Is the (CCPPNR) and the (UFWD)?

The China Council for the Promotion of Peaceful National Reunification (CCPPNR) is headquartered in Beijing, China. The council’s current chairman, Yu Zhengsheng, is a member of China’s Politburo Standing Committee,…

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Grassroots Influence by Beijing’s Running Dogs

The Chinese community in Australia is diverse, both culturally and politically. It should be mentioned that the majority of overseas Chinese came from Mainland China; those who came from Hong…

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Human Dignity and Its Enemies

Liu Xiaobo wrote eloquently and often about “simple human dignity”, just as he found it. And he found it in the darkest of places: in working with the grieving mothers…

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Australian-Chinese Living Under the Red Shadow

Below is my personal experience that illustrates the pervasiveness of the Chinese Communist Party’s overseas infiltration, including the monitoring and control of Chinese citizens overseas.