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Alina Wang

A native of New York, Alina has a Bachelors degree in Corporate Communications from Baruch College and writes about human rights, politics, tech, and society.
The Collapse of Evergrande: A Symbol of China’s Deepening Property Crisis, Flailing Economy
In a landmark decision that highlights the ongoing turmoil in China's real estate sector, a Hong Kong court has ordered the liquidation of the embattled Evergrande Group. The decision came following months of escalating financial...
7.1 Magnitude Quake in Western China Claims 3 Lives, Injures Dozens Amid Freezing Conditions
In the early hours of Jan. 23, a “very strong” earthquake struck the remote part of China's western Xinjiang region. The 7.1 magnitude quake, which shook the Uchturpan county of Aksu prefecture, has so far...
‘Extraordinary’: Shen Yun Debuts in Puerto Rico to Resounding Success, Sold-Out Performances
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — On Jan. 22, Shen Yun Performing Arts wrapped up six fully sold-out performances at the prestigious Centro de Bellas Artes after debuting in Puerto Rico for the first time. Audience...
Extreme Cold Snap Paralyzes Parts of China as Authorities Warn of Widespread Disruptions
Grappling against one of the most severe cold waves in recent history, authorities in China are racing against time to implement emergency measures, mobilize resources, and ensure the safety of millions of residents.  Following a...
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2023 Report on the Ongoing Persecution of Falun Gong Unmasks Grim Reality
Falun Gong, also known as Falun Dafa, is a spiritual practice rooted in Buddhist tradition, meditation exercises, and moral improvement. After being introduced to the public by Mr. Li Hongzhi in 1992, the practice gained...
China Mulls $139 Billion ‘Special Debt Issuance’ to Stimulate Economy, Long-Term Growth
In hopes of salvaging a sputtering economy, China is poised to issue a staggering 1 trillion yuan ($139 billion) in new debt under a "special debt issuance plan." The move marks only the fourth occasion...
Nauru Ditches Taiwan in Favor of Mainland China Just Days After Taipei Elects New President
On Jan. 15, the Pacific Island nation of Nauru announced its decision to switch diplomatic recognition from Taiwan to Communist China, just two days after Taipei elected a new president. With Nauru’s policy change, Taiwan's...
Flags of Taiwan and U.S. are placed for a meeting in Taipei, Taiwan March 27, 2018. (Image: Screenshot / Reuters)
US Delegation to Visit Taiwan Amid Growing Sino-American Tensions
As Taiwan prepares for its presidential election this weekend, the Biden administration is poised to send a delegation of former senior officials to Taiwan, according to a senior administration officer. The move, which signals a...
Artistic Freedom Under Siege: New Report Exposes the CCP’s Widespread Censorship and Oppression of Falun Gong, Shen Yun
A new policy brief released by the Falun Dafa Information Center reveals an aggressive and comprehensive campaign by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) to silence and malign Shen Yun Performing Arts — a U.S.-based non-profit...
Simmering Tensions: China Sanctions 5 US Defense Firms Over Arms Sales to Taiwan
On Jan. 7, China imposed sanctions on five American defense manufacturers in response to Washington’s recent arms sales to Taiwan. The move, which was announced by the Chinese Foreign Ministry on Sunday, marks a significant...
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Beijing Deploys Spy Balloons Over Taiwan, Escalating Tensions Ahead of Key Elections
On Jan. 3, Taiwan's Ministry of Defense reported that four suspected spy balloons had been allegedly sent by Communist China into its airspace — intensifying the already strained relations between the two nations. Three of...
Devastating Earthquake Strikes Japan on New Year’s Day as Frantic Search for Survivors Begins
As Japan faces the aftermath of another devastating earthquake, the nation entered 2024 grappling with scenes of utter destruction along its western coast. The quake, which struck the Noto Peninsula in the Ishikawa prefecture in...