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If a kid in China commits a crime, his or her parents may soon face punishment according to newly proposed legislation.
China’s New Law Could Punish Parents for Children’s Bad Behavior
The Chinese government is considering legislation that will penalize parents for crimes or “very bad behavior” committed by their children. The National People’s Congress Standing Committee is scheduled to review the draft law this week....
The Quran app had a million users in China before being taken down.
Apple Complies With CCP Order to Remove Popular Quran App
Following a request from the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), Apple has taken down one of the most popular Quran apps in China from the App Store. Quran Majeed, an app with approximately 150,000 views, was...
China is planning to increase coal production and consumption amidst an ongoing power crunch.
Power Crisis Pushing China Back to Coal
China, reeling under a power crisis that is affecting industrial production and its economy, might have to set aside an ambitious plan to curb carbon emissions. The country has already approved several new coal-fired power...
Chinese President and Chairman of the Communist Party Xi Jinping, top center, waves to the crowd after his speech above the portrait of the late Chairman Mao Zedong at a ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Communist Party.
The CCP Launches Offensive Against Private Investment in Media
The Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) newest initiative to preserve its despotic rule involves prohibiting private investment in the media through a series of regulatory crackdowns and financial restrictions. In its usual stance against public speech...
Rural residents doing their washing near the city of Anshun, Guizhou Province.
Foreign Media Reporters Attacked for Reporting on Communist China’s Fraudulent Poverty Eradication
The environment for foreign media in communist China is getting worse. Officials in Bijie, Guizhou, China, say a local official was honored and rewarded by his superiors for reporting negative news about foreign media entering...
Housing prices in many provinces in China have recently declined.
Housing Prices Fall in Chinese Provinces, Sector in Trouble
Many Chinese provinces are witnessing a decline in housing prices, something that has happened for the first time in six years. Out of the 31 provincial-level divisions, 16 recorded a fall in housing prices in...
The crisis in China’s property sector is making people wary of investing.
Home Sales Across Communist China Fell In September
The property market has been a major driver of economic growth in communist China. Chinese citizens used to view the property as the safest investment. As of 2019, real estate accounted for 70 percent of...
New survey reveals that almost half of China’s urban young women are not interested in marriage.
Young Urban Chinese Women Not Too Keen On Tying The Knot
Communist China, the world’s second-largest economy, is facing a demographic crisis. With a decline in birth rates and an aging workforce, the country is facing economic and social challenges. The 2020 census showed that China’s...
25 financial institutions in China are facing anti-corruption investigations.
Beijing Begins Crackdown on Financial Institutions
The Chinese regime has sent inspectors from its anti-corruption unit to investigate some of the country’s largest financial institutions, including state-owned banks. Some believe the crackdown was triggered by the unfolding debt crisis linked to...