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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.
China’s ‘Global Police State’: New Report Unravels the CCP’s Transnational Repression and Its Impact on US National Security
According to a recent report by the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission (USCC), the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has been intensifying its global campaign to silence critics beyond its own borders.  The campaign —...
Are Japan’s Abandoned Houses Turning Into Goldmines? Why Investors Are Reviving the Rural Gems
Parts of Japan's countryside, dotted with old, abandoned homes, are witnessing a notable transformation. These houses — once considered eyesores — are now catching the eyes of both local and foreign buyers. Attracted by the...
Italy Breaks Ranks With G7, Announces Departure From China’s Belt and Road Initiative
On Dec. 7, Italy’s Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni announced that her country would withdraw from China's Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). The decision reflects growing skepticism about the project's benefits and raises new concerns over...
Moody’s Lowers Outlook on China’s Credit Rating, Citing Increased Debt Risks
In a significant move that reflects growing concerns over China's financial stability, leading financial and ratings agency Moody’s has downgraded its outlook on the country’s credit ratings from stable to negative.  The decision comes amid...
China Accuses US Warship of ‘Illegally’ Entering Territorial Waters Amid Heightened Tensions
On Dec. 4, the Chinese military reported that the USS Gabrielle Giffords — an American warship — had “illegally entered” its territorial waters near the Second Thomas Shoal in the South China Sea. The area,...
AI Wars: Sam Altman Returns to Helm OpenAI Amid Unprecedented Employee and Investor Support
In a dramatic turn of events, Sam Altman has been reinstated as the CEO of OpenAI, just days after his unexpected dismissal on Nov. 17. The decision comes in response to a groundswell of support...
Childhood Pneumonia Cases in China on the Rise: What We Know So Far
Recent reports have indicated a surge in pneumonia cases in China primarily affecting children aged five and above. The development has led to concerns and inquiries — including from the World Health Organization (WHO) —...
China Expresses Disappointment at Milei Victory in Argentine Presidential Race
In a tumultuous year marked by political and economic strife, Argentina on Nov. 19 elected Javier Milei — a staunch critic of Communist China — as its new president. Following the election, the People's Republic...
Elyon College: Pioneering Educational Excellence Through Inclusivity and Innovation
BROOKLYN, New York — With a commitment to welcoming students from all walks of life and educational backgrounds to further their academic and professional aspirations, Elyon College stands out among the myriad of institutions in...
China Considers Renewing Boeing 737 Max Purchases Amid High-Stakes APEC Summit
In a strategic move that could signify thawing ties between the world’s top two powers, China is reportedly contemplating resuming aircraft purchases of Boeing’s 737 jetliners — potentially ending a long commercial halt in a...
NYC Mayor’s Office Tackles Migrant Crisis and Fiscal Challenges in Roundtable Discussion
NEW YORK, New York — On Nov. 8, the office of Mayor Eric Adams’ held a roundtable event at the Blue Room in Lower Manhattan to address recent challenges and issues facing his administration. The...
US Lawmakers Voice Concerns Over the CCP’s Censorship of Shen Yun in South Korea
Amid rising tension surrounding cultural expression, U.S. officials, including members of Congress, have voiced concerns over allegations that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is applying pressure on South Korean venues to prevent Shen Yun Performing...