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COVID-19 Infections Spike Among Olympics Personnel in China
With the 2022 Winter Olympics scheduled to kick off in Beijing in a few days, the Chinese regime is on high alert for any COVID-19 breakout. On Jan. 29, China reported 34 new infections among...
Disappeared: The Faces of Human Rights Activists Silenced by Communist China
In China, speaking out against the government can lead to your arrest, torture while in detention, or worse yet — a sudden dissapearance.Human rights activists, lawyers, religious believers — these are just some of the...
China Lifts Lockdown in Xi’an, Announces Mass COVID Testing in Beijing Ahead of Winter Olympics
One of China's longest and most stringent lockdowns came to an end on Jan. 24 after authorities announced the lifting of most restrictions in the northwestern city of Xi'an. The capital of Shaanxi Province, home...
The Brunt of a Nation: How China’s One-Child Policy Affected Thousands of Families
17-year-old Liu Xuezhou did his homework while his mother hovered over him, muttering to herself and shaking her head in disapproval. “Why did you have to be such a burden?” she would routinely say to...
Chinese Woman Freezes to Death in Xi’an After Being Refused Entry to Her Apartment for 16 Days
The death of a 29-year-old woman who succumbed to the winter weather after being forced to wait for 16 days outside a security checkpoint of her residence in Xi’an has been publicized on Chinese social...
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CCP Official to Xi’an Woman Inquiring About Pandemic Policy: ‘I Won’t Tell You. Get Lost!’
The extended “Zero-COVID” lockdown in Xi’an, northwestern China, that lasted nearly a month resulted in many local disruptions and tragedies for many of the city’s nearly 13 million residents. Despite heavy censorship, numerous examples of...
Australian Open Reverses T-shirt Ban After Outcry Over Chinese Tennis Star Peng Shuai
Organizers of the Australian Open have reversed a ban on T-shirts that show support for Chinese tennis player Peng Shuai after a global outcry. On Jan. 21, the tennis event came under fire after security...
Chinese Authorities Destroy Another Buddha Statue in Ethnic Tibetan Community
A second Buddhist statue revered by Tibetans has been demolished by authorities in China’s Qinghai Province, part of a campaign that locals and human rights groups say is a systematic targeting of Tibetan religion, customs...
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China: Canon’s Large Severance Packages Make Chinese Think Again
Recently, Canon Zhuhai Co., Ltd., a subsidiary of Canon located in Zhuhai, China, announced its closure and a large severance package for departing employees.  The minimum severance for each employee is 300,000 yuan ($47,381), and...