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文贵说,2022年将是共产党的大灾之年 ;20大,中国政治会充满血腥和屠杀;疫苗灾难会比黑夜还要黑。 2022年是爆料革命的收割年,充满神奇的力量的一年。

What will happen in HK after Carrie Lam’s visit to Shanghai and Beijing

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Suppression, Perseverance and Anger: #MeToo in China Gathers Momentum Against the Odds

After Luo Xixi Accused her PhD supervisor Chen Xiaowu of sexual harassment on New Year’s Day, the #MeToo movement in China set universities on fire. Former...

China’s military practises for ‘surprise attack’ over sea near Korean Peninsula

China's Air Force has carried out exercises near the Korean Peninsula, practising to defend against a "surprise attack" coming over the sea, Chinese state...

China’s ‘dark’ fishing fleets are plundering the world’s oceans

When a vast Chinese armada appeared outside the Galapagos Marine Reserve in South America earlier this year, Ecuador's Government sounded the alarm. They called in...

Wanda Takes Legal Action Against “Rumormongers”

Late last month, China’s embattled Dalian Wanda Group threatened legal actionagainst media outlets spreading what it called “vicious rumors” that its Chairman, Wang Jianlin, had been prevented...

‘My job is to clean up the environment. China really wants to do that’

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China’s atomic clock passes space test

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Burning Unsorted Garbage Costs Beijing Billions in Health Care Costs

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China and Russia go further in squelching Internet freedom

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Tiangong-1: An out-of-control Chinese space lab is hurtling towards Earth

You might want to keep your eyes on the sky over the next few months. A Chinese space lab, called Tiangong-1, is currently hurtling towards Earth...
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Rudy Giuliani: we can use RICO act to freeze the CCP’s money

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Chinese Influence & American Interests: Promoting Constructive Vigilance

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Apple moves to store iCloud keys in China, raising human rights fears

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