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Kamila Valieva of Team ROC reacts after skating during the Women Single Skating Free Skating on day thirteen of the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympic Games.
Controversy Looms Over Beijing Olympics as Health and Political Issues Surface
The Beijing Winter Olympics was mired by a myriad of controversies and scandals involving both athletes and VIPs during the 17-day event. Behind the red curtain of festive propaganda, the latest Olympics in the heart...
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London’s Queen Mary University in Partnership With China to Teach Maoism and Military Theory
By Sellainne Cathry Recently the Telegraph reported that Queen Mary University in London has been running compulsory Chinese Military training, Chinese military theory and the communist ideology of Mao Zedong through undergraduate degree courses with...
US Marines take part in a field drill during joint military exercises with Japan's Ground Self-Defense Force in Eniwa, Hokkaido prefecture, on Aug. 16, 2017. Some 300 Japanese and US servicemen took part in the joint drill on Japan's northern island.
Tokyo Overhauls Security Strategy To Align With United States
On Jan. 26, Japan began discussions on overhauling the country’s security strategy. The main focus of the discussion is boosting cooperation with the United States in areas like cybersecurity and space security. Japan’s National Security...
A worker wearing a face mask looks out from an entrance of a hospital toward the Wuhan Center for Disease Control and Prevention.
In China, Employees Who Allegedly Breach COVID-19 Rules Get Jail
Since the COVID-19 pandemic broke out, the Chinese regime has taken strict action against people who breach containment rules. Recently, Beijing detained three people for a period of up to four years after they were...
Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) soldiers train inside the PLA Hong Kong Garrison barracks, seen from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University where dozens of pro-democracy protesters remain holed up inside on November 21, 2019. A garrison of thousands of PLA troops has long been stationed in Hong Kong since the handover from British to Chinese rule in 1997.
Chinese General Transferred From Xinjiang to Lead Hong Kong PLA Troops
The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has been tightening its hold on Hong Kong for the past few years, slowly erasing the city’s democratic values and integrating it with the mainland's authoritarian system. According to the...
A Chinese firefighter wears a protective suit and carries a disinfection hose during a training session for the upcoming Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics.
Blaming ‘Hostile Forces’, North Korea Says It Won’t Send an Olympic Team to Beijing
The North Korean regime is sitting out the 2022 Winter Olympics held in Beijing next month, citing condemnation of its ally China by "hostile forces" and the COVID-19 pandemic as reasons for its non-attendance. Pyongyang...
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Residents in Locked-Down Xi’an Made to Say ‘Thank You, Communist Party’ When Receiving Food
The city of Xi'an in China’s Shaanxi Province has been under a citywide lockdown since Dec. 23, 2021. Under the government’s stringent “Zero-COVID” policy, the city’s roughly 13 million residents have been subjected to the...
Beijing is buying expensive tech in a bid to keep track of targets in the West
China Investing in Cutting-Edge Tech to Harvest Social Media Data on Western Targets
Communist China is now redirecting a big portion of its internal Internet data surveillance network externally. The regime is scraping data on social media targets, such as Facebook and Twitter. The data is then fed...
Evergrande, China's largest property developer, is facing a liquidity crisis with total debts of around $300 billion. The problems faced by the company could impact China’s economy, and the global economy at large.
Chinese Property Developers Owe $173 Billion in Wages in January
Property developers in communist China faced major problems in 2021. Plagued by several issues like the inability to pay debts and slowing consumer demand, many real estate firms faced a severe cash shortage. Looking at...
China is hoarding grains.
What Is Driving China to Hoard More Than Half of the World’s Grain Output?
China is reportedly holding a stockpile of maize and other grains that account for more than half of the world’s yield. This has led to fluctuations in food prices around the world, pushing countries into...
A woman walks in front of a housing complex by Chinese property developer Evergrande in Beijing on October 21, 2021.
Fitch Forecasts Chinese Real Estate Crash
Communist China’s property market has been on a downward slide for the past few months, weighed down by developers unable to pay back loans, tight regulatory policies, and lower sales. According to a recent report...
Chinese President Xi Jinping speaks with Russian President Vladimir Putin via a video link, from the Great Hall of the People on December 2, 2019 in Beijing, China.
Russia and China Looking to Strengthen Ties But Remain Shy of Mutual Military Support
Amid rising tensions with the West, Russia and China are seeking to strengthen their ties. However, experts believe that the two countries are still not in a position to support each other militarily. On Dec....