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Leo Timm

Leo Timm covers China-related news, culture, and history. Follow him on Twitter at @kunlunpeaks
China Launches Retroactive Investigations Into Healthcare Sector Corruption
Various healthcare-related departments in China are undergoing a one-year probe by the country's National Health Commission (NHC) into possible misuse of funds and other malfeasance in past years, according to an announcement late this July....
Unprecedented Flooding in China Leads to Resentment, Protests
The Chinese authorities’ response to severe flooding in and around Beijing has sparked widespread anger, with many accusing the Communist Party of sacrificing rural communities to use as “moats” to protect the capital and Xi...
Anticipating End of Communist Rule, Hong Kong Dissidents Form Parliament-in-Exile
A number of figures who fled Hong Kong after the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) ramped up political repression in the former British colony have announced the establishment an exile government to help “take down the...
Congress Questions BlackRock, MSCI for Investing in Chinese Military and State Companies
As a “direct result” of actions by gargantuan asset management firm BlackRock and leading investment index provider MSCI, millions of Americans are “unwittingly funding” the Chinese Communist Party and its military forces, the People’s Liberation...
Sen. Merkley Warns of E-Commerce Pushing Chinese Slave Labor Products
Oregon Sen. Jeff Merkley as well as other U.S. lawmakers have called attention to loopholes in U.S. trade policy that could be facilitating a deluge of low-price products made by slave labor in Communist China...
Retired Chinese Doctor Recounts Live Organ Harvesting in Military Hospital: Exclusive Interview
A retired Chinese doctor now living in Canada has stepped forward to reveal his eyewitness knowledge of organ harvesting from prisoners of conscience by the communist regime, and encourages others in the Chinese medical industry...
Japan Would Probably Aid Taiwan With Equipment or Logistics, Defense Minister Says
The Japanese minister of defense, Ino Toshiro, has stated that "it's very possible" that his country would render aid to Taiwan in the event of a Communist Chinese invasion, though whether this help would come...
US Soldier Detained for Assaulting South Korean National Defects to North Korea
A member of the U.S. armed forces deployed to the Republic of Korea (ROK) has absconded north after doing two months in detention for assaulting a South Korean national in a bar fight. The 23-year-old...
Yellen’s China Visit Fails to ‘Stabilize the Relationship’
News analysis In her recent four-day trip to China, U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen spent over 10 hours meeting with senior figures, including People’s Republic of China (PRC) premier Li Qiang and other officials between...
The CCP raped a Changchun resident with an electroshock baton in the persecution campaign of Falun Gong
Cisco May Be Sued for Aiding and Abetting CCP’s Persecution of Falun Gong: US Appeals Court
A 12-year-old lawsuit alleging that tech company Cisco assisted the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in its suppression of human rights has been revived by decision of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit...
Mongolian Prime Minister’s China Trip Highlights Growing Economic Dependence on Beijing
Luvsannamsrain Oyun-Erdene, the prime minister of Mongolia, recently completed a trip to neighboring China, where he visited the cities of Beijing, Tianjin, and Ningbo between June 26 and July 1. During the trip, Oyun-Erdene met...
Xi Inspects Chinese Military’s Eastern Theater Command, Tells Them to Increase Odds of Victory
Chinese leader Xi Jinping visited the communist People's Liberation Army's (PLA) Eastern Theater Command on July 6 (Thursday), where he warned about rising geopolitical tensions off China's coast and instructed officers to improve their "planning...