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TOKYO, JAPAN - AUGUST 08: Team United States poses after the Group All-Around Final at Ariake Gymnastics Centre on August 08, 2021 in Tokyo, Japan.
Communist China Attempts to Bolster Its Olympic Medal Count by Including Medals Won by Hong Kong and Taiwan
In a move widely panned as petty and inappropriate for a world superpower, communist China has claimed it has won the most medals at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. It did so by adding medals won...
Cambodian premier Hun Sen opened the largest dam in the country, swatting away warnings about the disastrous impact it could have on the environment and local livelihoods.
Chinese-Built Dam in Cambodia Creates a Human Rights Disaster
A new report published by Human Rights Watch (HRW) details how a Chinese-financed hydroelectric dam in Cambodia has undermined the rights of thousands of indigenous people. Lower Sesan 2 dam was completed in 2018, costing...
A public interest litigation has been filed against Tencent.
Tencent Faces Public Interest Litigation as Tech Companies Continue to Face Pressure in China
A procuratorate in Beijing has filed public interest litigation against Chinese tech giant Tencent, accusing the company’s popular WeChat messaging app of violating minor protection laws. Procuratorate refers to the office of a public procurator,...
Damaged cars rest on debris after heavy rains hit the city of Zhengzhou causing floods in China's central Henan province on July 21, 2021.
Historic Floods In Henan Province Unearth Persistent Problem of Poor Infrastructure in China
The recent catastrophic flooding throughout Henan province has highlighted China’s persistent problem of poorly constructed infrastructure, which many believe contributed significantly to the death and destruction wrought by the flooding. Official tallies, which are widely...
CHENGDU, CHINA - JUNE 18: A jewelry vendor is seen on West Yulin Road on June 18, 2020 in central Chengdu, China. Street vendors in the tourism city Chengdu are mentioned by Chinese Premier Li Keqiang during COVID-19 as an example of economic recovery.
Decrease In Consumer Spending Threatens China’s Economy
Weak domestic consumption — largely attributed to the impact of the COVID-19 virus — is having devastating consequences for scores of micro and small enterprises (MSEs) in China. It’s impacting the livelihoods of many Chinese...
Taklamakan, the driest region in China, got flooded from heavy rainfall and melting mountain snow.
Communist China Grapples With Another Weather Disaster As Driest Region Floods
Taklamakan Desert in southwest Xinjiang is the driest region in all of China. At 130,000 square miles, it is just slightly smaller than Germany and slightly bigger than New Mexico. It features a cold desert...
Beijing is suppressing the private tutoring industry and blocking foreign teaching materials in China.
China Begins Blocking Private Tutoring, Pushing Families to Spend Money on Having Three Children
The Chinese communist regime is pressing ahead with its crackdown on private tutoring services in the country as part of an effort to encourage couples to have more children. At a recent meeting, the Politburo...
Chinese tech firms like TikTok, Huawei, and Tencent have increased their lobbying budgets.
Pouring Money to Overturn Policies? Chinese Big Tech Firms Ramp Up Lobbying Efforts
Chinese tech companies have stepped up efforts to influence the U.S. government as spending on lobbyists has surged in recent months. The increased spending comes after Washington took strict actions against several Chinese firms due...
This photo taken on May 26, 2021 shows the Tencent headquarters in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen, in Guangdong province.
How The Chinese Government Controls Tencent, the Seventh Largest Company in the World
Chinese tech company Tencent has deep ties with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). Guangzhou-based Southern Metropolis Daily reported that Tencent has established 275 party branches within its offices. The company employs more than 60,000 people,...