星期日, 8月 7, 2022
Home Tags Guo Jingming

Tag: Guo Jingming

You May Like

Hollywood studios to audit China box office

Hollywood wants to make sure it’s not getting shortchanged by China, its fastest growing source of box office revenue. The Motion Picture Assn. of America,...

Chinese Repression of Muslim Minorities in Xinjiang

On August 7, 2019, the U.S. Department of State hosted an interactive webchat to highlight the Chinese government's repression of Uighurs, ethnic Kazakhs, Kyrgyz,...

Man spends Spring Festival guarding mountain alone

Xue Haichuan, 49, has spent three consecutive Chinese Spring Festivals guarding the Mountain Fushan as its sole keeper in Laoshan district, Qingdao city, in...

Finally, the CCP and its evil regime is collapsing with the virus

With all the evils it has done and disasters brought to the Chinese nation, the cursed Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is doomed and to...
video

灭共新歌:塞北的雪 灭共的雪

时代的沉淀总能赋予一首歌曲不同的意义,在2022年壬寅年新春大直播中,郭文贵先生以其特有的粗旷、苍凉的嗓音重新演绎了三首轻柔、抒情、婉转的老歌,唱出了他内心的伤痛、理想和信念。那飘飘洒洒、漫天遍野的塞北之雪,在他的歌声中也变成了灭共之雪。

China Reserves Slumped $320 Billion Last Year as Yuan Tumbled

China’s foreign currency holdings fell for a sixth month in December, bringing last year’s drop to $320 billion as the yuan posted its steepest annual...

Huawei executive’s extradition case allowed to proceed

Canada says it will allow the US extradition case against Chinese Huawei heiress Meng Wanzhou to proceed. Canadian Department of Justice officials issued a statement...

Open and secret forces behind Miles Kwok in his fight against the CCP

The majority of China’s 1.4 billion population are backing Miles Kwok (Guo Wengui) in his battle against the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), and possibly...

China says Interpol “red notice” issued for tycoon Guo Wengui

China's Foreign Ministry said on Wednesday that Interpol had issued a "red notice" for Guo Wengui, a controversial property tycoon who has made claims...

The Longer Telegraph: toward a new American China strategy

by Anonymous Key points The single most important challenge facing the United States and the democratic world in the twenty-first century is the rise of an...

Steven Bannon and Miles Kwok meet again to talk about the Committee on the...

After separation for about a month, Steven Bannon and Miles Kwok sat together again early today to clarify things about the Committee on the...

Tiananmen call: China belongs to all Chinese, not private property of the Communist Party

The 30 anniversary of Tiananmen Massacre was days ago, but discussions on WeChat and other social media are still blocked. Its memory is widely associated...

Google: Don’t help the evils do more evil

Google has a misjudgment of China’s future in that it foresees a division of the internet with half to be controlled by Communist China.  Speaking...

China closes 60 celebrity gossip social media accounts

China's cyberspace authorities have ordered internet companies to close 60 popular celebrity gossip social media accounts in the latest in a series of crackdowns...

Hong Kong focus: rapping up for Monday strike citywide against CCP brutality

Nearly 400 employees at 34 financial institutions launched an anonymous petition to support the Monday strike, as well as scheduling a brief protest in...

Is China using social media to infiltrate Germany politics?

China's spy agency created fake LinkedIn profiles to infiltrate political and business circles, a German intelligence service has said. Fake profiles of policy experts...

China debt-to-GDP ratio at 36.7 pct, risks under control

China's finance minister on Tuesday reiterated confidence in controlling debt risks despite some irregularities in local governments' financing activities. "China's government debt risks are generally...

China wants to assert a new world order, but the price is very high

Ten years ago journalist James Mann published a book called The China Fantasy, in which he criticised American policymakers for using something he called "the...

Ridiculous: The CCP created the coronavirus but blamed the U.S. for all the problems

The death toll in China rose to 425 as of the end of Monday, up by a record 64 from the previous day, the...

Grammys cleans up its act in bid to enter giant Chinese market

The organiser of the music industry's annual Grammy Awards on Thursday said it would respect China's media curbs and only promote artists with a...