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CCP’s Crackdown on Chinese Citizens Expands During COVID-19 Epidemic

On February 23, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) held a meeting in Beijing discussing "coronavirus epidemic prevention and control and plans to stimulate economic...

Interest in Homeschooling on the Rise in Communist China

The Chinese government has banned homeschooling in China. However, this has not stopped a few parents from educating their kids at home. Naturally, the...

The Snake Pit: No Escape (Shanghai Friendship Store- Chapter 3)

The following excerpt from The Snake Pit (Chapter 3), from the novel The Shanghai Friendship Store by Susan Ruel. It is the continuation of the previous articles,...

Most Chinese Media in the US Controlled by the Chinese Government

China owns or controls the majority of Chinese-language media outlets in the U.S., says a Hoover Institution study. Among the major Chinese-language media outlets, only...

US and China Reach ‘Phase One’ Trade Deal, but Implementation Is Up to Beijing

After a year and a half of escalations in the Sino-U.S. trade war, officials in Washington and Beijing have announced the completion of a...

The Price of Being a Chinese Citizen: Disappearing Without a Trace

Taiwan-born author Ku Ling is known for his book Mainlander's Hometown, a collection of short stories examining the conflict and confusion over identity and...

Washington Needs to Be Ready for End of Communism in China, Says Leading Historian

The People’s Republic of China is headed toward a similar fate as the former Soviet Union, and the United States should be prepared for...

China’s Official Growth Figures Are Impossible, Says Economist

The Chinese government on Oct. 18 released its third-quarter GDP growth statistics, claiming that the economy had grown by 6.0 percent, 0.1 percent lower...

Chinese Netizens Arrested for Expressing Politically Incorrect Opinions About Communist ‘National Day’

In the days following communist China's 70th-anniversary National Day on Oct. 1, authorities have detained multiple people after they made statements criticizing or satirizing...

HK Protest and China’s Contrasting October 1 Celebration

On October 1, Mainland China celebrated its yearly commemoration of the founding of the Republic of China. As part of a 7-day holiday, which...

Chinese Gardens Inspired by Beautiful Teachings

In China, the philosophies of Confucianism, Taoism, and Buddhism have dominated imperial and public life for thousands of years. With a focus on a...

The Fate of the Chinese National Anthem Lyricist and Composer

Tian Han was the lyricist and Nie Er the composer of the music that became the Chinese national anthem, The March of the Volunteers. This...

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