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How Ping-Pong Diplomacy Eased the US-China Cold War

In the early 1970s, the United States and China engaged in a series of ping-pong matches that eventually became a trigger for both nations...

The Healing Power of Classical Music

“Mozart makes you believe in God because it cannot be by chance that such a phenomenon arrives into this world and leaves such an...

China’s Export of AI Surveillance Worldwide Is Dangerous

China is building the biggest surveillance system in the world, complete with millions of cameras set up throughout the country, facial recognition systems capable...

Report Exposes the Cultural Genocide of Uyghur Society in China

A recent report by the Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI) has revealed the extent to which the Chinese regime is erasing the cultural identity...

Taiwan Holds a Low-Keyed 2020 National Day Celebration

Taiwan celebrated its 109th National Day on October 10 amid China’s escalating verbal intimidation, military threats, and economic coercion. Unlike its tough response to...

US Seeks Reciprocity in Bilateral Relations With China

In September, the United States government placed restrictions on the activities of Chinese diplomats. This was done to highlight the non-reciprocity in U.S.-China bilateral...

China’s Walking Dead: Book Gives a Peek Into the Horrible World of CCP Officials

Who Are China’s Walking Dead? is a recently released book by documentary filmmaker Kay Rubacek from Swoop Films. And no, the book does not...

China Owns Database of American Nuclear Scientists

It was recently reported that the Chinese company Zhenhua has amassed a vast database of millions of people worldwide who are in key positions....

The CCP Wants to Weaponize Private Businesses with Socialism

In September, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) published a set of guidelines, asking its members to educate private businessmen so as to “weaponize their...

China’s Shadow Banking Sector Is Facing Tough Times

The COVID-19 outbreak has cast a gloomy shadow over not only the formal financial industry of China, but also its shadow banking sector as...

The Terrifying Betrayal of a Genius and His Family (Part 2)

On New Year's Eve of that year, he attended the Orientation Gala of the Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics: To his utter shock and...

The Terrifying Betrayal of a Genius and His Family (Part 1)

Xiao Guangyan, a Chinese pioneering petrochemical scientist, was born in Japan in 1920. His father was Lieutenant General at the Republic of China's embassy...

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