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‘Unsilenced’ Tells a Story of Chinese Persecution–And International Compliance
In the latest work by award winning filmmaker Leon Lee, an enthralling story about Falun Gong — a spiritual practice that has been persecuted by the Chinese regime since 1999 — comes alive on the...
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Wife of Renowned Chinese Activist Dies in US After Beijing Denies Reunion
Family, friends of jailed human rights advocate Guo Feixiong urge communist authorities for his release, freedom of travel so he can attend funeral After being separated from her husband since he was arrested in 2006,...
Refugees in Kazakhstan Deported Back to China: Report
According to a report released on Jan. 10 by Bitter Winter, over 100 asylum seekers have been sent back to Xinjiang by Kazakh and Chinese officers amid violent protests that have erupted across the Central...
COVID-19 Outbreak Spreads in Tianjin, Further Complicating Upcoming Beijing Olympics
COVID-19 outbreaks are spreading across first-tier cities in China such as Shenzhen, Shanghai, and Tianjin. Most recently, Tianjin, a city of 14 million located next to Beijing, reported 20 new cases in one day.  On...
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China’s Henan Province Imposes More COVID Restrictions, 64 New Cases Reported
More cities in central China have resorted to strict curbs as new COVID-19 infections in Henan Province were reported.Henan reported 64 cases of locally transmitted infections with confirmed symptoms on Jan. 5, up from just...
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Japanese Police Claim Chinese Military Behind Cyber Attacks
Many countries across the world are facing a growing threat of cyberattacks and cyber espionage. When it comes to hacking, intellectual property theft, and other illegal acts in cyberspace, the Chinese communist regime is one...
After Stand News Arrests, Another Hong Kong Media Outlet Closes Under Chinese Regime Pressure
Following the arrests of seven staff members from pro-democracy outlet Stand News, independent Hong Kong media Citizen News has announced its permanent closure on Jan. 2. The announcement, posted to its Twitter account, said that...
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How Apple Helps Chinese Companies at the Cost of Taiwan
In a bid to retain its market presence in China, tech giant Apple is following the dictates of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), opting to deal with pro-CCP suppliers while ditching Taiwanese companies. A report...
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Beijing Warns of ‘Drastic Measures’ as Taipei Says Conflict ‘Not the Answer’
On Wednesday, Dec. 29, 2021, Beijing warned the government of Taiwan that it will take “drastic measures” if the latter attempts to fight for formal independence. In response, on Friday, Jan. 1, Taiwanese President Tsai...
Blinken Urges Beijing to Release Journalists Detained in Hong Kong’s Stand News Police Raid
Stand News, the Hong Kong pro-democracy media outlet was shut down on Dec. 29 after its office was raided by police and its assets frozen over offenses of "seditious publication" in the latest crackdown on...
China Imposes Travel Restrictions in Xi’an, Ordering Migrant Workers to Stay in City During New Year Break
After a handful of COVID-19 cases were detected in China’s northwestern city of Xi’an, the Chinese government announced on Dec. 26 that rural migrant workers across the surrounding Shaanxi Province would not be allowed to...
3 Key Factors Behind the Solomon Islands Anti-China Riots
The Solomon Islands, a country in the southwestern Pacific Ocean home to roughly 680,000 people, has faced civil unrest in recent months. Violent protests broke out in late November after Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare was...