GitHub bans app used to fight health restrictions in China

Social problem 11/21/22, 15:19

The reaction of Chinese citizens to the pressure exerted by the CCP with its "zero-COVID" policy manifests in different ways. Many simply stayed at home in fear. Others, with more courage, sought to end controls and dared to go into the streets to protest. There are also those who chose ...

An outbreak in Beijing causes PCR testing overload

News 11/20/22, 15:46

The Chinese Communist Party just issued 20 measures to optimize pandemic restrictions. And then Beijing canceled mass COVID testing. However, the COVID-19 virus continues to attack, making it difficult for people to find places to take nucleic acid tests. Many pandemic workers were infected and all had to quarantine. Many ...

Two women tied up and forced to kneel in public by pandemic workers

Trending 11/19/22, 16:09

Two women in Guangzhou, China, clashed with pandemic workers on November 17 and the workers used force to restrain them, forcing them to kneel with their hands tied behind their backs. Videos and related photos have drawn strong criticism on the internet. The pandemic in Guangzhou is heating up, there are ...

No longer afraid: Protests against the CCP on the rise

Social problem 11/18/22, 16:56

The report released this November 14, by the NGO Freedom House, said that there is an improvement of people's self-perception in China against the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). Freedom House shared the incidents in Xi'an, when hundreds of residents protested in the street against a new school redistricting policy. And it ...

The government forces people to revolt? Hunan uses armored police cars

Trending 11/18/22, 15:05

Zhuzhou City, Hunan Province has implemented strict pandemic measures for the entire area for more than two weeks and the urban village of Chengzhong in Haizhu District, Guangzhou City, Guangdong Province has been locked down for nearly a month. People are increasingly impatient with the "don't step out of the ...

A Chinese official violently shoves a US reporter

Human Rights 11/17/22, 16:20

Before the opening ceremony of the G20 summit, on November 14, a Chinese official brutally treated an American female reporter when she was trying to ask Joe Biden if he had raised the human rights issue with Xi Jinping. White House officials promptly restrained the Chinese official. Public opinion said ...

CCP intensifies overseas crackdown: US congressional report

Insights 11/17/22, 14:47

The U.S. Congressional-Executive Commission on China (CECC) submitted a report on human rights and the rule of law. The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) continues to employ methods of overseas coercion on individuals and organizations of all kinds to silence criticism of its regime, according to the CECC. The report lists tactics ...

No more lockdowns! Protesters in Guangzhou clash with police

Human Rights 11/17/22, 04:11

Recently, residents in Guangzhou have held rare protests against China’s COVID measures. The extended lockdowns due to a spike in COVID cases in the area prompted the demonstrations. Videos circulating on social media show that hundreds of people took to the streets in Guangzhou’s Haizhu district on Monday night to protest. ...