Tag: chinese-communist-party

In October, leading Chinese entrepreneur Jack Ma offered criticism of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
Beijing Moves in on Tech Mogul Jack Ma
In October, leading Chinese entrepreneur Jack Ma offered criticism of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), warning that the regime’s attempts to control financial risks would stifle innovation. Two months later, Ma is facing the repercussions. ...
Lead Stories is a company that was contracted by Facebook in Feb. 2019 to do fact-checking. It has recently come to light that the company also does consultation work for TikTok, a firm with ties to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and has been banned in countries like India for being a threat to national security.
Fact Checkers and Internet Censors Trace Back to Beijing
Lead Stories is a company that was contracted by Facebook in Feb. 2019 to do fact-checking. It has recently come to light that the company also does consultation work for TikTok, a firm with ties...
Gordon Chang, a well-known China analyst and author of the book The Coming Collapse of China, believes that Beijing was “substantially involved” in the U.S presidential election.
Analyst Reveals Beijing’s Involvement in the Presidential Election
Gordon Chang, a well-known China analyst and author of the book The Coming Collapse of China, believes that Beijing was “substantially involved” in the U.S presidential election. Chang made the remark on an NTD program...
Hundreds of Lawmakers Call Out China for Persecution of Falun Gong
Over 900 lawmakers from 35 countries issued a joint statement condemning the persecution of Falun Gong on Dec. 10, International Human Rights Day. According to the statement: “The persecution of Falun Gong in China has...
In the middle of November, 2,000 residents living in the Jiuhua Agricultural Science Demonstration Park in the northwestern outskirts of Beijing Changping District were given sudden notice that their homes would be subject to compulsory demolition, known as chaiqian in Mandarin.
In Forced Demolition of Beijing ‘Agricultural Park,’ Communist Party Fans Old Resentments to Make New Profits
In the middle of November, 2,000, residents living in the Jiuhua Agricultural Science Demonstration Park in the northwestern outskirts of the Chinese capital were given sudden notice that their homes would be subject to compulsory...
Bombarded by Obscenities From Communist China, Pompeo Doubles Down on Sanctions
The state-run China Central Television (CCTV) on Nov. 15 delivered an extraordinary barrage of insults and obscenities directed at U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.  Pompeo, who is currently on a tour in Europe, has...
High-level US Visit to Taiwan Deepens Alliance Against Communist China
On Aug. 9, U.S. health secretary Alex Azar arrived in Taiwan for a three-day visit, making him the most senior American official to visit the self-ruled island in four decades. In a meeting the next...
Sam Brownback, the U.S. ambassador for religious freedom, delivered a speech at the Hong Kong Foreign Correspondents' Club on March 8.
US Officials Speak Out on Forced Organ Harvesting From Religious Prisoners in China
The Trump administration has expressed concern about long-standing allegations that people imprisoned by the Chinese authorities for their faith are being murdered for their organs, which is called forced organ harvesting. On July 20, U.S....
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...
Beijing Renews Plans for Private Sector Reform as Economy Sinks
The Chinese leadership aims to create a new mechanism that would open up more of the economy to the private sector and lessen state interventionism, according to a May 18 report by the Communist Party-run...
The Lies That the Communist Party Used to Start 2 Decades of Persecution
In the early morning of April 25, 1999, crowds of people began filing into the roads leading to and around Zhongnanhai, headquarters of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in Beijing. They were largely silent, carrying...
Kazakhstan Grants 2 Chinese Muslims Refugee Status
Two ethnically Kazakh Chinese, fearing persecution for their Muslim faith in their home province of Xinjiang, have been accepted as refugees in neighboring Kazakhstan, as reported by Bitter Winter.   Kaisha Akan, an ethnic Kazakh who...