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Hong Kong Falun Gong
Falun Gong Under Renewed Pressure in Hong Kong as Establishment Lawmakers Call for Ban
New security chief declines to comment on legality of spiritual group persecuted in mainland China, but says investigation underway News analysis Falun Gong, the spiritual practice banned and persecuted in mainland China since 1999, is...
WeChat Mass-Deletes Accounts From Chinese LGBT Groups, Members Fear Harsher Crackdown
Ongoing discrimination and censorship on the LGBT community in China strike again as several groups linked to the community have been blocked and removed by the social media platform, WeChat.  WeChat is one of the...
Prominent Chinese Nuclear Scientist Found Dead After Fall From Building, Authorities Rule Out Homicide
On Thursday, June 17, prominent Chinese nuclear scientist and vice-president of Harbin Engineering University, Zhang Zhijian, was found dead after what appears to be a fall from a building at the universities’ campus. The university,...
China is spending millions to publish pro-communist content through U.S. media outlets. In the image, a newspaper consumer reads a copy of China's Africa edition of its daily newspaper in front of a news stand in the Kenyan capital on December 14, 2012.
US Media Accepting Millions to Publish China’s Propaganda, Justice Department Warns
Multiple American agencies have accepted millions of dollars from China Daily, a Chinese state-run news agency, to publish Beijing's propaganda. The information, revealed in a recent disclosure filed with the Department of Justice (DoJ), lends...
An array of dishes served at the table of a restaurant in China.
China’s New Law Against Food Waste
A food waste regulation, first proposed by China’s National People’s Congress (NPC) in December, was passed into law at the end of April. The new law will fine food caterers for excessive food wastage and...
President Biden
In First Press Conference, Biden Aims To Check China’s Ambitions
U.S. President Joe Biden held the first formal news conference of his presidency on March 25, taking questions in the East Room of the White House on a range of topics, including immigration, the Senate filibuster, and...
The National People's Congress of China passed electoral reforms that give Beijing the power to ensure that only loyalists will be elected in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong Electoral Reforms Ensure Only Loyal Chinese Patriots Can be Elected
The National People’s Congress of China passed electoral reforms that give Beijing the power to ensure that only loyalists will be elected in Hong Kong. Many believe that the move is stepping away from democracy...
China Suggests Their Viral Passport System be Used Globally
China has recently launched a virus passport system through government-affiliated WeChat, suggesting it could be used globally. The system assigns a QR code to an individual, which can then be scanned at checkpoints and used...
Artificial intelligence security cameras with facial recognition technology are seen at the 14th China International Exhibition on Public Safety and Security at the China International Exhibition Center in Beijing on October 24, 2018. Surveillence is one of the reasons the Chinese Communist Party is exploiting artificial intelligence.
How Communist China is Exploiting Artificial Intelligence: Part 1
“America is not prepared to defend or compete in the AI [artificial intelligence] era,” according to a 750-page report published on March 1 by the National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence (NSCAI). The NSCAI is...
While the Communist regime claims that Chinese poverty was defeated in 2020, many households still fall below the World Bank’s poverty line of US $5.50 for upper-middle-income countries such as China. Beggars are pictured on the streets of Guangzhou, China
Communist Party Claims It Has ‘Eliminated’ Chinese Poverty, Data Shows Real Situation
The “arduous task of eradicating extreme poverty has been fulfilled,” Chinese leader Xi Jinping proclaimed in a Feb. 2021 speech during an official ceremony. “According to the current criteria, all 98.99 million poor rural population...
China has admitted that its food supply does at times come under pressure.
Beijing Claims China’s Food Supply Crisis Is Hype, Pins Problem on Overeating
China has admitted that its food supply does at times come under pressure. Recently the country has faced flood damage, insect infestation, and African swine fever that affected pork production, and seed shortages. However, the...
William Burns, President Biden’s nominee for the Director of CIA, has a history of working with entities tied to the Chinese Communist Party
Biden CIA Nominee Shares History with the CCP
William Burns, President Biden’s nominee for the Director of CIA, has a history of working with entities tied to the Chinese Communist Party. A report by the Republican Study Committee (RSC) on Biden’s weaknesses detailed...