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He Escaped China Over a Decade Ago, but Memory of Repression Remains Close
In late 2000, China Southern Airlines pilot Zhang Guoliang lost his right to fly — for reasons that had nothing to do with his skills or professional record. Rather, it was due to his spiritual...
US Officials Tackle Communist Chinese Threat, Consider Travel Ban on All Party Members
In a July 15 article, The New York Times cited anonymous U.S. officials as saying that the Trump administration is considering a blanket ban on all 90 million members of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), which...
Why US Flags Were Raised at the Capitol to Celebrate a Chinese Spiritual Practice
On May 13, millions of people around the world celebrate the spiritual discipline of Falun Gong, also known as Falun Dafa. This year, two U.S. flags were hoisted over the Capitol building in Washington in...
Washington Needs to Be Ready for End of Communism in China, Says Leading Historian
The People’s Republic of China is headed toward a similar fate as the former Soviet Union, and the United States should be prepared for the aftermath, a prominent China scholar said in a recent interview....
China’s Official Growth Figures Are Impossible, Says Economist
The Chinese government on Oct. 18 released its third-quarter GDP growth statistics, claiming that the economy had grown by 6.0 percent, 0.1 percent lower than expected by a Reuters analysis.  But according to an academic...
Sam Brownback, the U.S. ambassador for religious freedom, delivered a speech at the Hong Kong Foreign Correspondents' Club on March 8.
US Envoy for Religious Freedom Takes China to Task in Hong Kong
Sam Brownback, the U.S. Ambassador for Religious Freedom, delivered a speech during a visit to Hong Kong strongly criticizing the People’s Republic of China for its “war on faith.” Speaking at the Foreign Correspondents’ Club...
Readers Criticize Seattle Times Op-Ed for Pro-Beijing Slant
An op-ed in The Seattle Times has received heavy condemnation online for what readers saw as the author's one-sided view that the U.S.-China trade conflict is recklessly hurting business in Washington state. Robert Spitzer, co-leader...
U.S. Passes Act Punishing Chinese Officials Who Restrict Tibet Access
President Donald Trump signed the “Reciprocal Access to Tibet Act” on Wednesday, Dec. 19, a law that calls for the U.S. government to investigate which Chinese officials are responsible for restricting access to American visitors...
Chinese Student in US Threatened for Her Online Expression
A Chinese woman studying at Carnegie Melon says she was given a stern warning from members of the school’s Chinese international student association after she criticized its response to the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting. The Carnegie...
Google Suffers Worst Cyberattack in Firm’s History
The world’s biggest tech company suffered a massive cyberattack on Nov. 12 that redirected web traffic through Russia, China, and Nigeria, and disrupted Google services such as search, cloud storage, and G Suite functions. According...
United on China: Tough U.S. Policies Gaining Bipartisan Support
While the November 6 U.S. midterm elections saw the Republican Party lose control of the House of Representatives, the upheaval is unlikely to derail America’s evolving policies on China and its communist regime. In the...