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Beijing might not allow spectators to attend the 2022 Winter Olympics.
Beijing Winter Olympics May Not Feature Live Spectators
The 2022 Winter Olympics is scheduled to kick off in Beijing starting on Feb. 4. However, the emergence...
CECC will expose Chinese atrocities for 60 days leading up to the Beijing Winter Olympics.
Commission to Profile Chinese Political Prisoners as Beijing Olympics Approaches
The Congressional-Executive Commission on China (CECC) was created by the U.S. Congress in October 2020...
Elderly people sit on a chair at An Yang park on February 27, 2018 in Harbin, China.
China’s Adult Diaper Market Set to Overtake Infants
The sale of adult diapers is quickly increasing in China, set to become a bigger market than infant diapers...
Chinese actress Zhao Wei celebrates after she is presented with the Best Actress Award by US actor Brendan Fraser at the closing ceremony of the 8th Shanghai International Film Festival on June 19, 2005 in Shanghai, China.
Communist China Cracks Down On Celebrities With New Social Media Rules
Beijing has forbidden celebrities from publishing “unethical” content on social media. Such unethical...
China-funded maritime militia is patrolling the South China Sea to Beijing’s benefit.
Chinese Maritime Militia Active in South China Sea: Think Tank
The Washington-based Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) stated that a large fleet...
Chinese Children population decline
China Is Ending Its Population Controls, But Many No Longer Want to Have Children
On Nov. 23, the Chinese government announced on its official website for the National Bureau of Statistics...
World Trade Organization (WTO) former Director-General Mike Moore.
Communist China Continues to Avoid WTO Commitments Two Decades After Joining
Dec. 11 will mark two decades of communist China becoming a member of the World Trade Organization (WTO...
A woman bends through a hole in the billboard of the Evergrande Wuhan culture-oriented travel city on October 18, 2021 in Wuhan, Hubei province, China. Evergrande, China's largest property developer, is facing a liquidity crisis with total debts of around $300 billion.
Property Crisis Forcing Chinese State Companies Into Greater Involvement in Land Auctions
The property crisis in communist China is compelling state-owned developers to play a major role at land...
China’s Evergrande has paid off interest on bonds that were due in October.
Chinese Real Estate Giant Evergrande Narrowly Avoids Another Default
China Evergrande Group, the world’s most indebted property developer, has managed to avert yet another...