‘Heaven smashes the CCP’: South Korean protesters

Human Rights 02/13/22, 19:22

Many South Koreans protested in front of China's embassy in Seoul on Feb. 9, accusing the Beijing Winter Olympics of violating human rights. They held banners that read "Heaven smashes the CCP" in Chinese and "CCP OUT" in English, accusing the Beijing Winter Olympics of being "bloody games." On Feb. 4 ...

The Chinese regime issues 3 statements regarding ‘Xuzhou mother-of-eight’ case

Human Rights 02/13/22, 03:34

The "Xuzhou mother-of-eight" case reflects China's terrible human trafficking situation, which has shocked the international community. However, Chinese officials subsequently issued statements to whitewash the case, which aroused widespread public criticism.  Previously, the footage posted online late last November showed a woman surnamed Yang, chained by the neck in a small ...

Olympics German gold medallist to comment on China after leaving

Human Rights 02/12/22, 09:05

German women's singles luge gold medallist Natalie Geisenberger, who has harshly criticized the Chinese authority ahead of her debut at the Beijing Winter Olympics, said she would wait until leaving China to comment on what happened. Reuters reported that the 34-year-old Natalie criticized China at test events in November 2021. At ...

Chinese political artist creates NFT to protest Beijing Winter Olympics

Human Rights 02/06/22, 20:09

Badiucao, a Chinese political cartoonist, artist and rights activist, launched a five-part collection of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) on Tuesday, including five Olympic-style drawings depicting the Chinese regime's oppression of Tibetans, the Uighur genocide, the destruction of democracy in Hong Kong, the regime's ubiquitous surveillance system, and the lack of transparency ...

IOC rewards China’s bad behavior through Olympics: Rippon

Human Rights 02/06/22, 04:48

Reuters reported former U.S. champion figure skater Adam Rippon said that the International Olympic Committee's decision to select Beijing as the 2022 Winter Games host was like rewarding China for its bad behavior on human rights. Rights groups have long criticized the IOC for giving the Games to China, noting the ...

China unveils list of visiting dignitaries for next week’s Winter Olympics

Insights 01/30/22, 16:49

On January 28th, The Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced a list of visiting dignitaries for next week's Winter Olympics. Unfortunately, this time, the number of participants has reduced dramatically. Hua Chunying, a spokeswoman for the Chinese Foreign Ministry, published a guest list of 32 people. It is worth noting that ...