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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...
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China Fights New COVID-19 Waves in Zhejiang and Xi’an, Quarantining Thousands
Recently, the epidemic situation in the cities of Ningbo, Shaoxing and Hangzhou in southeastern China’s Zhejiang Province has intensified with the area’s first major COVID-19 cluster this year.  As of mid-December, hundreds of thousands of...
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Layoffs Increase in China as Multiple Industries Get Hit By Tougher Regulations
Over the past year, Beijing has imposed a plethora of regulations on industries ranging from tech, finance, education, property, and gaming. While China’s decisions have rattled global markets and investors alike, President Xi Jinping sees...
One million Uighurs and other mostly Muslim minorities, including ethnic Kazakhs, are believed to be held in re-education camps in China's northwestern region of Xinjiang.
Tales of Rape and Forced Sterilization, Uyghur Women Retell Horrors of Communist Camps
Over the years, Uyghur women have come forth to expose the horrors of Communist China's internment camps, where they had to endure the worst possible offenses committed, including rape and forced sterilizations.  Such cries of...
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Foreigners Barred From Spreading Religious Content as China Tightens Internet Controls
A few days before Christmas, Chinese authorities released new Internet regulations on Dec. 21, announcing that all foreign organizations and individuals will be banned from spreading religious content across the country’s tightly censored Internet. Beijing...
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Harvard Prof. Charles Lieber Convicted of Lying About China Ties, Receiving Millions in Funding
On Dec. 22, the U.S. Department of Justice moved to convict Harvard nanoscientist Charles Lieber for lying about his involvement with a recruitment program with ties to the Chinese government.  Lieber, 62, is the former...
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Renowned Chinese Lawyer Tang Jitian Disappears After Years of Standing Up for Falun Gong, Other Persecuted Groups
Tang Jitian, a Chinese human rights attorney, has not been heard from since Dec. 10, according to close friends and family.  The 53-year-old’s whereabouts were last known when he texted friends to tell them he...
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis recently signed Senate Bill 7072 to combat Big Tech censorship practices. He spoke at a campaign rally for the US president at Pensacola International Airport in Pensacola, Florida on October 23, 2020.
‘A Big Failure for the United States’: Florida’s DeSantis on Investing in China
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and his administration announced on Dec. 20 that they would move to take control of the state’s sizable retirement funds away from private asset managers who invest heavily in Communist China. ...
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Sen. Rubio: Consulting Firm That Served Pentagon Lied About Its Links to Chinese Government
According to Senator Marco Rubio from Florida, the world’s largest management and consulting firm McKinsey & Co. “appears to have lied” in regards to its connections with the Chinese government. Rubio said McKinsey executives told...
Chinese and Russian hackers pose a major security threat to the U.S. This photo taken on August 4, 2020 shows Prince, a member of the hacking group Red Hacker Alliance who refused to give his real name, using his computer at their office in Dongguan, China's southern Guangdong province.
Chinese Tech Giant Huawei Linked to Surveillance Operations and Intelligence Gathering: Report
An analysis by the Washington Post finds that Chinese telecommunications firm Huawei may have played a larger role in surveillance and software programs than previously acknowledged by both the company and the government.  The review...
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The Economic Scenario Beijing Fears Most Is Just Around the Corner
News analysis On Dec. 8 through Dec. 10, China held its annual Central Conference on the Economy in Beijing. The meeting is the highest level of economic analysis and decision-making of the Chinese Communist Party...