Recently, Zhao Hu, a retired sergeant of the East Sea Fleet of the Chinese Navy, circumvented China’s Internet censorship to upload a video he made that criticized the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
Zhang Zhixin is known for her brave influence and free will during the time of the Cultural Revolution in China. She became famous for “criticizing the idolization of Mao Zedong and the ultra-left.”
U.S. President Donald Trump recently announced the creation of the White House National Trade Council, and said it would be headed by Peter Navarro, an outspoken China critic and co-author, along with Greg Autry, of the book Death by China. Peter…
Beijing is not stepping back in pursuing its vast territorial claims in the South China Sea, and the U.S. is at a loss in how to deal with the situation.
“Foreign forces” are getting the blame for weeks of protests that ended with a violent police crackdown against angry locals in a fishing village in China’s southern Guangdong Province.
Wu Wei, a Chinese-born Australian PhD candidate and tutor at the University of Sydney’s business school, resigned on April 18 over petitions from Chinese students that he had made “racist” remarks anonymously on popular Chinese social media platform Weibo under the screen name “Pekojima.”
Chinese Communist Party leader Xi Jinping is currently stateside and he’s due for important – if not strained talks – at the White House with U.S. President Barack Obama later in the week.
While mainstream media choose to ignore China’s appalling human rights record, nine prominent human rights groups have asked for an invitation to visit the White House this month ahead of Chinese President Xi Jinping’s visit; to acknowledge China’s crackdown on…