星期一, 5月 23, 2022

Dr. Yan’s Report Is Out Today and the White House Is Paying Close Attention...

In the March 31, 2021 Getter video, Mr. Miles Guo disclosed that the White House was paying close attention to Dr. Li-Meng Yan’s reports....

Sanctions on Chinese officials over Uighur repression imposed by Britain, Canada, EU

Britain, Canada and the EU have announced their first-ever sanctions on Chinese government officials over the persecution of the Uighurs in Xinjiang province. Australia and...

EU Approves First China Sanctions Since Tiananmen Square Massacre

According to two diplomats, the European Union (EU) approved the blacklisting of a Chinese entity and 24 Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and Hong Kong...

Covid-19 is a bioweapon not just virus, Dr. Yan’s new report proves

Chinese virologist Dr. Yan Limeng and her team have released a second report "SARS-CoV-2 Is an Unrestricted Bioweapon" on October 8 to tell the...

Controversies over 12 Hong Kongers

On August 26, Communist Maritime Police Headquarters issued a statement through Sina Weibo. Allegedly, the boat interception on August 23 was within the mainland...

Thief yelling “Catch the thief”: China criticizes western countries for violating human rights

Zhang Jun, Chinese envoy to the United Nations, on Monday,  made a joint statement at the General Debate of the Third Committee of the...

Honor to Pompeo who is fighting for our human dignity

Secretary Pompeo delivers the virtual keynote address at the Florida Family Policy Council’s Annual Policy Awards Dinner on October 3, as the representative of...

Xu Zhangrun: Outspoken professor detained in China

A professor who criticised China's handling of the coronavirus crisis has been detained by authorities. Xu Zhangrun, who has been under house arrest, was taken...

2019 International Religious Freedom Report: China

SECRETARY POMPEO:  Good morning, everyone.  It’s great to be with you all today.  I’m here one more time, proudly, to talk about freedom and...

Disappeared, ousted Journalists ran to coronavirus fire burned By CCP

Many journalists who have bravely reported on the growing Coronavirus crisis, which emanated from China’s Wuhan province, as well as the government’s failure to control the outbreak...

Rick Scott blasts China human rights violations in bipartisan effort to move the 2022...

GOP Senator Rick Scott is joining with Democratic Senator Ed Markey of Massachusetts on a resolution calling for China to lose hosting rights for...

China again in UN hotseat over Xinjiang abuses

This week China found itself in the hotseat at the United Nations, where it was questioned about the more than one million Turkic Muslims whom...

Russian Federation’s and China’s Veto of UNSCR 2449 Aid to Syrian Refugees

The Russian Federation’s and China’s veto yesterday of a Security Council resolution that allows for humanitarian aid to reach millions of Syrians is shameful....

Congress Urges Customs to Block Import of Chinese Slave Labor Goods from Xinjiang

The Congressional-Executive Commission on China (CECC,Congressional-Executive Commission on China), a bipartisan coalition of congressmen and senators, sent a letter to the head of U.S....

Hong Kong’s Cathay Dragon cabin crew say fear of China is fuelling paranoia and...

Rebecca Sy was wheeling her carry-on luggage through Hong Kong International Airport ready to board a flight to China when she received the message...

UN Joint Statement on Xinjiang

关于新疆联合声明 Statement delivered by Ambassador Karen Pierce, UK Permanent Representative to the UN at the Third Committee session on the Committee for the Elimination of...

Australia joins censure in UN of Uighur abuse

Australia has joined with 22 other nations to condemn the mass ­detention and surveillance of ­Uighurs in China’s Xinjiang province, urging Beijing to end...

Human rights world report: China 2018

President Xi Jinping, born in 1953, has indicated his intent to rule indefinitely after China’s legislature amended the constitution in March 2018 to scrap...

Survivors and victims on shocking state-sanctioned organ harvesting in China

Having hepatitis C may very well have saved Jennifer Zeng’s life. In February 2000, she was arrested for being a Falun Gong practitioner and interrogated...

Chinese envoy refutes U.S. groundless accusations on China’s human rights

UNITED NATIONS, Oct. 22 (Xinhua) -- A Chinese envoy on Tuesday refuted the "groundless accusations" on China's human rights by the United States and...

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North Korea: China again urged by May to use its leverage

Theresa May has reiterated her call for China to put more pressure on North Korea to limit its missile programmes as the UK tries to get...

15-year-old Hong Kong girl was murdered by CCP as confirmed by information

According to a piece of reliable information, the CCP murdered 15-year-old student Ms. Chan Yin-Lam. After her death, the CCP processed her body before dumping...

Chinese appetite for overseas deals may wane

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U.S. puts 37 Chinese companies and schools on red-flag ‘unverified’ list

The U.S. Commerce Department said on Wednesday that is adding 37 Chinese companies and schools to a red-flag list of “unverified” entities that U.S....

Shanghai slammed for environmental violations

China's business hub of Shanghai has slacked off in efforts to improve the environment, levying fines too small to deter polluters, hundreds of whom...

No Joke: China Is Building 285 Eco-Cities, Here’s Why

285. That’s the number of new purpose-built eco-cities that China claims to be developing. This is not a joke or an ironic jest at...

China launches internet crackdown to make it harder for people to avoid its ‘Great...

The Communist Party is tightening its grip on internet usage after millions of people have flouted its ban on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. China has launched...

China’s staggering 40 years of change in pictures

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Chinese laureate’s ashes scattered at sea

Chinese Nobel Peace Prize-winning dissident Liu Xiaobo's ashes have been scattered at sea, in a move described by a family friend as an effort...

Facebook gave user data to the Chinese company at the heart of US-China tech...

Of all the companies benefiting from Facebook’s sharing of user data with device makers, a practice under scrutiny after a series of reports from the New York...

Designation of Additional Chinese Media Entities as Foreign Missions

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China says it will respond to any US trade threat

China has expressed "grave concern" at the Trump administration's probe into whether China steals intellectual property and discriminates against US technology companies. After Mr Trump...

US Senate passes TAIPEI Act by unanimous vote

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President Xi calls for efforts to create favorable legal environment, which is fishing up...

President Xi Jinping on Monday called for efforts to create a favorable legal environment for China's reform, development and stability, according to state media...

Media watch: Trump tariffs, NATO, EU and human rights pressure on China

Trump says China tariffs could stay in place for a 'substantial period of time' as trade deal develops Q    On the China trade deal, once...

South China Sea: US clash with China now ‘inevitable’

A clash within the South China Sea is now almost inevitable. The US has declared China’s territorial grab “illegal”. It wants its “bullied” neighbours...

China can squeeze its neighbors when it wants. Ask South Korea

The world is watching China to see how hard it will lean on North Korea's economy. But Beijing's efforts to squeeze another country nearby are already...

China props up yuan to fight depreciation

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