Unexpected: Ukraine condemns Chinese regime’s crimes

Trending 11/04/22, 17:43

On the international political chessboard the players are moving, and now Ukraine is marking its own game by condemning the Chinese regime for its crimes against humanity against the Uyghurs and other ethnic minorities in Xinjiang. Ukraine along with 49 Western countries signed on October 31, a petition denouncing the Chinese ...

Wuhan: Shopping and fleeing at night, humanitarian disasters repeated

Trending 11/04/22, 15:06

After the CCP’s 20th National Congress, pandemics continued to break out everywhere, in addition to Zhengzhou, Henan province, Wuhan, Hubei province also detected 100 local cases for two consecutive days. Jiang'an County has been locked down for five consecutive days since November 1. It is reported that a large number ...

90-year-old cardinal does not acknowledge Chinese regime’s accusations

Morality 11/02/22, 14:41

Joseph Zen, 90, bishop emeritus of Hong Kong and a cardinal, pleaded not guilty to charges brought by the Chinese Communist regime. Zen was accused in May of failing to register the 612 Humanitarian Aid Fund society, which provided legal and financial support to pro-democracy protesters between 2019 and 2021. Zen ...

Shanghai Disney Resort closes again

Human Rights 11/01/22, 17:50

A fun outing with the family can turn into several days of anguish. On October 31, Shanghai authorities decided to abruptly shut down the theme park while visitors were still inside. Videos circulating on the Chinese social network, WeChat, showed people desperately running toward the park's exit gates, which were closed ...

Chinese Communist regime bans three Taiwanese films in Hong Kong

Trending 10/31/22, 20:15

As reported by the BBC on its Chinese language portal, three Taiwanese films have been censored in Hong Kong and will not be allowed to participate in three film festivals. The films "The Runaways," "The three little boys," and "Quarantine Denny" have nothing to do with politics, however, the national ...

Exposed! Victims speak out about Chinese overseas police stations

Human Rights 10/31/22, 18:15

After the Dutch media exposed the presence of undercover Chinese police stations in ᷾Amsterdam and Rotterdam, many victims confirmed their harassment. To lure the victims, the underground cop lies and hacks personal media accounts. A 21-year-old dissident named Wang Jingyu revealed his story to the public. Wang went to the Netherlands ...

How Huawei director was released in exchange for two Canadian citizens

Tech 10/31/22, 16:34

On October 27, a report by The Wall Street Journal broke the details of the arrest and release of Meng Wanzhou, Huawei's CFO, and the prisoner swap in 2021 that kept tensions high between the United States, Canada, and the Chinese regime through three years of negotiations. Meng is the daughter ...

Famous Hong Kong singer under CCP surveillance dares to sing to God

Social problem 10/29/22, 17:44

The famous Hong Kong singer-songwriter GEM (Get Everybody Moving) released her new album in September, challenging the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) by singing to God, not communism. Since the CCP took control of Hong Kong, freedom of expression has suffered a severe blow. However, the singer GEM, whose real name is ...

The Role of China’s Communist Regime in Transnational Crime

Corruption 10/29/22, 16:19

On October 27, a report, "Made in China: China's Role in Transnational Crime and Illicit Financial Flows," was presented by the U.S. think tank Global Financial Integrity. Their research concludes that criminal groups work alongside the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in the transnational trade of drug trafficking, human and animal ...

Uyghurs sue Britain for failing to investigate slave labor in Xinjiang

Human Rights 10/26/22, 15:03

The World Uyghur Congress, together with the human rights organization Global Legal Action Network (GLAN), sued the British government, accusing it of negligence in investigating imports using Uyghur slave labor in Xinjiang, China. They were heard by the High Court of London in a hearing that began on Tuesday, October 25, and continues ...

Baffling ‘quarantine’ against COVID devised by the Chinese regime

News 10/26/22, 13:10

While the vast majority of Western countries have substantially reduced their restrictions against COVID-19, in China the extremes to which the regime has gone with these measures are surprising. The Chinese Communist Party (CCP), has not only placed millions of citizens in quarantine, but many of them are subjected to deprivations ...

India arrests alleged Chinese spy posing as Tibetan monk

Human Rights 10/25/22, 21:05

Indian authorities announced that they had arrested a Chinese woman on suspicion of espionage.  According to the Indian Express, the woman posed as a Tibetan nun. She blended into a Tibetan refugee colony in India as a Nepalese under the false name of Dolma Lama. Background checks revealed her real name ...