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Chinese state media and social networking platforms called for boycotts of major Western brands, including Nike, after statements made by the companies in the past about Xinjiang cotton resurfaced online.
Slowdown in Earnings, Nike Chief Executive Assures Beijing His Firm Is ‘A Brand of China’
Nike recently held a conference call with Wall Street analysts about the company’s fourth-quarter earnings report. When asked about facing competition from Chinese brands, Chief Executive John Donahoe replied that Nike is a “brand that...
Several Chinese spies have been caught over the years trying to steal and transport American-made seeds to China
How Chinese Spies Steal American Seeds and Agricultural Technologies
A 2017 report by the U.S. Commission on the Theft of American Intellectual Property (IP Commission) called China “the world’s principal IP infringer” and estimated that the American economy loses up to 600 billion dollars...
Newly baptized Chinese Catholic worshippers pray during a special ceremony at a mass on Holy Saturday during Easter celebrations at the government sanctioned West Beijing Catholic Church on April 15, 2017 in Beijing, China. China, an officially atheist country, places a number of restrictions on Christians, allowing legal practice of the faith only at state-approved churches. (Image: Kevin Frayer via Getty Images)
Communist Propaganda in Churches Ahead of CCP Centenary Celebration
On July 1, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) will be celebrating its 100th anniversary. Ahead of celebrations, authorities are pushing religious organizations to promote the party, asking followers to study the history of the CCP...
At a recent House Armed Services Committee congressional hearing, top American military officials warned that China’s ability to project its naval prowess in the Indian Ocean is alarming. General Stephen Townsend, head of the U.S.
China’s Growing Military Might Alarms U.S. Officials, Modern Warfare Will Begin Silently
At a recent House Armed Services Committee congressional hearing, top American military officials warned that China’s ability to project its naval prowess in the Indian Ocean is alarming. General Stephen Townsend, head of the U.S....
The logo of CGTN Europe is pictured on a sign outside an office block that houses the offices of China Global Television Network, in Chiswick Park, west London on February 4, 2021. The UK's broadcast regulator revoked the licence of Communist Party news network CGTN after finding its state-backed ownership structure flouted British law.
Europe Cracks Down on Beijing Mouthpiece CGTN After Forced Confession Complaints
Norwegian broadcaster Telia has stopped airing Chinese state-backed media outlet CGTN after receiving a letter from victims of the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) practice of extracting forced confessions from those it persecutes.  The letter, signed...
Three years back, the Trump administration slapped a 10 percent tariff on aluminum imports and a 25 percent tariff on steel imports on the grounds that these were necessary to protect the industries in America. In an interview with MSNBC, the Biden administration’s commerce secretary, Gina Raimondo, admitted that Trump’s decision was correct.
Biden Commerce Chief: Trump Tariffs on Steel and Aluminum are Effective
Three years back, the Trump administration slapped a 10 percent tariff on aluminum imports and a 25 percent tariff on steel imports because these were necessary to protect the industries in America. In an interview...
Flu vaccines are shown by a personnel at domestic pharmaceutical company Sinovac Biotech Ltd., on September 3, 2009 in Beijing, China. Due to high rates of hesitancy to receive made-in-China COVID-19 vaccines, Chinese authorities are resorting to the use of threats and force.
China Threatens Citizens and Forces Foreign Visitors to Take Made-in-China COVID-19 Vaccine
Local governments in China are reportedly threatening and intimidating citizens to take the China-made COVID-19 vaccines. In some places, Chinese Communist Party members have begun visiting people door-to-door, telling them to get vaccinated in order...
A former diplomat from communist China who defected to Australia and exposed the dangers posed by Beijing has warned that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) controls Chinese students studying in Scottish universities.
Whistleblower: Chinese Students in Scotland Universities Doing the CCP’s ‘Dirty Work’
A former diplomat from communist China who defected to Australia and exposed the dangers posed by Beijing has warned that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) controls Chinese students studying in Scottish universities. The whistleblower, Chen...
BBC correspondent John Sudworth, who was living in communist China, fled amidst fears that his life was at risk. Beijing was unhappy with some of his articles that exposed the atrocities of the communist regime.
BBC Correspondent Flees Communist China for Taiwan
BBC correspondent John Sudworth, who was living in communist China, fled amidst fears that his life was at risk. Beijing was unhappy with some of his articles that exposed the atrocities of the communist regime....
During the Trump administration, Washington slapped tariffs on Chinese imports due to Beijing’s unfair trade practices.
US Trade Rep: China Tariffs to Remain in Place
During the Trump administration, Washington slapped tariffs on Chinese imports due to Beijing’s unfair trade practices. The Biden administration’s U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai revealed in an interview with the Wall Street Journal that the...
President Biden
In First Press Conference, Biden Aims To Check China’s Ambitions
U.S. President Joe Biden held the first formal news conference of his presidency on March 25, taking questions in the East Room of the White House on a range of topics, including immigration, the Senate filibuster, and...
Admiral Philip Davidson, the commander of United States Indo-Pacific Command, has warned that the U.S. remains highly vulnerable in the event of a Chinese aerial attack and that the country’s air defense system, THAAD, will be insufficient to protect American interests from Chinese threats.
THAAD Insufficient to Combat Chinese Military, US Admiral Warns
Admiral Philip Davidson, the commander of United States Indo-Pacific Command, has warned that the U.S. remains highly vulnerable in the event of a Chinese aerial attack and that its air defense system, THAAD, will be...