Tiananmen Massacre: CCP still trying to hide the truth after 33 years

Human Rights 06/04/22, 14:46

In the mid-1980s, China was in a deplorable economic and political situation. The country's poverty levels and underdevelopment were increasingly notorious, but the wealth of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) leadership continued to grow thanks to blatant levels of corruption. This situation exponentially increased the dissatisfaction of the general population, especially ...

China abuses Interpol red notices against overseas Chinese

Human Rights 06/04/22, 02:21

For many years, international human rights organizations have accused the Chinese regime of abusing red notices for political objectives against Chinese living abroad, especially dissidents. Many people on the Chinese regime's red notice list are innocent or have no connection to politics. But Beijing frequently pursues them on charges of corruption ...

Beijing police for no reason blocked Heibei citizens from going to work

Human Rights 06/03/22, 22:06

Several videos showing many people protesting early on the morning of June 1 went viral on the internet.  People from Yanjiao, Heibei, going to Beijing for work had been stopped by police at the Baimiao, Beijing checkpoint. The incident triggered a protest, with everyone asking to commute. According to mainland media, Yanjiao, ...

The UN: The enforcement arm of the Chinese regime’s communist policies?

Insights 06/03/22, 19:53

The significant influence that the United Nations (UN) has acquired is at odds with the fact that part of its staff shows links with the Chinese regime, casting doubts on the transparency and impartiality that should characterize it.  The presence of Marxist-affiliated managers and the preponderance of communist countries in the ...

Covid’s curb in Beijing affects small businesses and raises complaints

Human Rights 06/03/22, 00:53

Small business owners are complaining as strict Covid measures in Beijing make them struggle to make a living.  Beijing authorities recently banned the so-called "seven small places" from opening. This measure affects small restaurants, Internet cafes, hotels, public bathing, dance halls, barbershops, and convenience stores.  In an interview with Radio Free Asia, a ...

Shanghai reopening: joy, fear, and anger

Human Rights 06/03/22, 00:39

Shanghai finally lifts the citywide lockdown after more than two testing months of despair and economic wounds. The Chinese metropolis has enjoyed the fourth consecutive day of zero new deaths from COVID-19. After weeks of vacancy, cars have finally swarmed some streets in the financial hub, with joyful residents celebrating their ...

Shanghai: 2,000 people stranded at Hongqiao Station everyday

Human Rights 06/03/22, 00:32

Since Shanghai relaxed anti-epidemic measures in mid-May, a large number of people have rushed to leave the city via major railway stations, especially Hongqiao Railway Station. However, many people are trapped outside Hongqiao Station due to train suspension, failure to get tickets, nucleic acid testing, and health codes. Local authorities then try ...

To reduce unemployment, delayed graduation suggested

Human Rights 06/03/22, 00:31

The number of college students in China will reach 10.76 million this year, exceeding the 10 million mark for the first time, due to the epidemic's impact and Zero-Covid measures. Besides, the average urban survey unemployment rate from January to April was 5.7% on average. That figure for April only reached ...

Stay in China or flee: both are difficult for the Chinese

Human Rights 06/02/22, 22:17

The Chinese regime confiscates the citizens' passports According to CNN, the Chinese National Immigration Administration (NIA) announced on May 12 that it would tighten its process for issuing passports. Besides, it placed rigorous restrictions on individuals seeking to depart. Travel will only be permitted for essential purposes, such as resuming work, study, ...

Lockdown Beijing, Shanghai show signs of easing COVID restrictions

Human Rights 05/31/22, 03:39

Both Beijing and Shanghai have shown signs of easing lockdown.  Starting from Sunday, May 29, Beijing allowed public parks, gyms and cinemas without any new cases of Covid in 7 straight days to reopen, but only at 50% capacity.  Fangshan and Shunyi districts have lifted the work-from-home order.  Public transportation basically resumed in ...

Insider reveals reasons behind depositors can not withdraw funds at banks

Human Rights 05/31/22, 03:16

Recently, thousands of depositors of village banks in Henan and Anhui were unable to withdraw million dollars. According to Chinese media outlets, the incident was suspected of being an illegal scam to take people's deposits.  In addition, an industry insider also revealed the reason behind the incidents that depositors couldn’t withdraw ...