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Chinese state media and social networking platforms called for boycotts of major Western brands, including Nike, after statements made by the companies in the past about Xinjiang cotton resurfaced online.
Slowdown in Earnings, Nike Chief Executive Assures Beijing His Firm Is ‘A Brand of China’
Nike recently held a conference call with Wall Street analysts about the company’s fourth-quarter earnings report. When asked about facing competition from Chinese brands, Chief Executive John Donahoe replied that Nike is a “brand that...
For its BRI, Communist China is funding the building of many transportation projects in Africa with exploitative terms.
Nigeria Moving Away From China for Railway Project Loans
The Nigerian government is reportedly in talks with non-Chinese sources to fund its future railway projects. Nigeria has one of the most extensive rail networks in Africa, only trailing behind South Africa in terms of...
University of Alberta was found to have deep and long ties with Communist China and formed ventures with Chinese state-funded ventures.
‘Deeply Concerned’ Canadian Province Orders Top Universities to Suspend Projects With China
The Alberta government ordered four of its major universities to suspend partnerships with individuals or organizations with ties to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), citing threats to Canadian national security and the possibility that related...
Women's Hair - A young woman in traditional ancient Chinese dress promotes the classical Chinese experience through "Shen Yun Performing Arts" in Sydney on April 6, 2010. Shen Yun Performing Arts, based in New York and independent of China's regime, presents the five-millennia-old artistic tradition of classical Chinese dance.
Traditionally a Symbol of Status and Beauty, Women’s Hair Is Now Stolen and Sold From China
Throughout the ages, Chinese culture has placed emphasis on women’s appearance, with beauty and demeanor traditionally being highly valued. It was said that when women of great beauty died, they were rewarded in the afterlife...
Ex-British Prime Minister David Cameron gets out money to pay for drinks as China's President Xi Jinping drinks a pint of beer during a visit to the The Plough pub on October 22, 2015 in Princes Risborough, England. The Plough’s owner, Greene King, is now in the hands of Hong Kong billionaire Li Ka Shing as part of an unhealthy trend of British businesses selling out to the Communist Party.
Beijing Bought More Than £135 Billion of British Energy, Education, Tech: Report
Despite growing public tensions between the UK and China over issues such as human rights and Hong Kong, at least £135 billion worth of British businesses, schools, property, stocks,  and vital infrastructure have been acquired...
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Communist China Unlikely to Succeed if It Attempts to Take Taiwan Semiconductors by Force: Analyst
Taiwan is the world’s largest and most sophisticated manufacturer of microchips, the tiny computers that power most modern devices, from smartphones to automobiles. China consumes almost half of the world’s microchips, which makes Taiwan a...
This photo taken on April 10, 2020 shows a technician demonstrating how to inject a nucleic acid sample onto a disk for analysis, in a lab at CapitalBio Technology, a Beijing-based company. Bat Woman Shi Zhengli and the notorious Wuhan Institute of Virology’s research on fatal pathogens goes many years back.
Documents Reveal Wuhan Lab Researched 143 New Pathogens Starting in 2012
A slew of documents obtained by the UK’s Daily Mail appear to further confirm that SARS-CoV-2, the virus which causes COVID-19, originated from the Chinese Communist Party’s Biosecurity Level 4 facility, the Wuhan Institute of...
BBC correspondent John Sudworth, who was living in communist China, fled amidst fears that his life was at risk. Beijing was unhappy with some of his articles that exposed the atrocities of the communist regime.
BBC Correspondent Flees Communist China for Taiwan
BBC correspondent John Sudworth, who was living in communist China, fled amidst fears that his life was at risk. Beijing was unhappy with some of his articles that exposed the atrocities of the communist regime....
U.S. Vice President Joe Biden waves as he walks out of Air Force Two with his granddaughter Finnegan Biden and son Hunter Biden (R) on December 4, 2013 in Beijing, China.
Hunter Biden Admits Incriminating ‘Laptop Could Be Mine’
President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, recently admitted in an interview with CBS News that the laptop at the center of a scandal regarding his foreign dealings may belong to him. Last year, the New...
During the Trump administration, Washington slapped tariffs on Chinese imports due to Beijing’s unfair trade practices.
US Trade Rep: China Tariffs to Remain in Place
During the Trump administration, Washington slapped tariffs on Chinese imports due to Beijing’s unfair trade practices. The Biden administration’s U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai revealed in an interview with the Wall Street Journal that the...
Beijing recently announced sanctions on two American religious rights officials, a member of the Canadian parliament, and a subcommittee on human rights in Canada’s House of Commons.
Communist China’s Sanctions of VIPs Are a ‘Badge of Honor’
Beijing recently announced sanctions on two American religious rights officials, a member of the Canadian parliament, and a subcommittee on human rights in Canada’s House of Commons. The sanctioned individuals are banned from entering communist China, including...
Republican Bill Lee, the Governor of Tennessee, recently introduced legislation to prohibit public universities and colleges in his state from partnering with communist China’s state-backed Confucius Institutes.
Tennessee Governor Moves to Ban All Confucius Institutes
Republican Bill Lee, the Governor of Tennessee, recently introduced legislation to prohibit public universities and colleges in his state from partnering with communist China’s state-backed Confucius Institutes. In a tweet, the governor called for greater...