Chinese Communist Party

During the Cultural Revolution period, many historical and well-respected Buddhist statues were recklessly destroyed by the red guards. (Image: Public Domain)

One Reaps What One Sows

It is customary for the Chinese to go to temples at the beginning of a new year. Popular temples are packed all day with crowds that are eager to light incense and pray for a good year to come. However,…

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Urgent Action: Letter of Hope for Gao Zhisheng

Amnesty International has called for a letter campaign to pressure the Chinese government to release respected human rights lawyer Gao Zhisheng who has been forcibly disappeared for nearly two years.

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One Reaps What One Sows

It is customary for the Chinese to go to temples at the beginning of a new year. Popular temples are packed all day with crowds that are eager to light…

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Chinese New Year: A Celebration of Divinity

Following the traditional lunar calendar of East Asia, the Chinese New Year falls on Feb. 5 this year. Its zodiac animal is the Pig and the year’s position in the…

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China Has a Big Bribery Problem

China is aiming to be the No. 1 superpower in the world. But the country has many fundamental problems, among which is a long history of bribery. Unlike Western nations, where…

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‘We May See Mass Murder’ in Xinjiang

The possibility that communist authorities in China could kill Turkic Muslims en masse cannot be ruled out, leaders from a Uyghur group said during a panel discussion held at a…

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The Chinese Communist Party Abuses Anti-Trust Law

Forcing American firms to give up their technologies, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has persistently denied the accusations by the United States of stealing U.S. intellectual property rights, even going so…