Mass protest breaks out in Kunshan, forcing authorities officials to compromise

China 06/21/22, 06:56

On June 18, thousands of Kunshan residents gathered in the street under an overpass in Huaqiao Town to protest.  They protested to express dissent after the Shanghai-Kunming commute had been closed for three months.  They all shouted in loud voices: Commute! Commute! Commute! The mass protest has triggered clashes with police, who have ...

China’s new social media rules, netizens must use real name to comment

Tech 06/21/22, 06:50

On June 17, the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) released a draft for public comment so-called "Regulations on the Administration of Internet Posting and Commenting Services." The draft has 15 articles, and the main content is that users who have not authenticated their factual identity information shall not be provided with ...

China’s rich and middle class want to flee and possible reasons

Human Rights 06/20/22, 23:23

Recently, there has been a new movement among the Chinese rich and middle class called "run". This trend started last year but has recently returned. According to observers, after China endorsed the "common prosperity" drive, many rich people have already fled. The zero-COVID policy is just the final straw to overwhelm ...

Floods and droughts hit Southern and Northern China

Disasters 06/20/22, 23:21

China is facing a difficult situation with floods in the south and drought in the north this summer. South China has been hit by heavy rainfall since early May. As a result, numerous floods occurred and reservoirs are in danger of flooding in many places including Guangdong, Guangxi, Fujian. In contrast to ...

China gives verdict on the biggest counterfeit money scheme case

Morality 06/20/22, 22:52

On June 18, the WeChat public account of the Heilongjiang High Court announced that it rejected the appeal and upheld the original sentences for 14 persons charged with printing counterfeit money. This case is the largest single case of counterfeiting cash since the establishment of the Chinese Communist Party. According to ...

Beijing converts 3 Olympic villages into quarantine sites

China 06/20/22, 22:49

The Financial Times on June 17 reported that Beijing had converted three Olympic villages into quarantine facilities for Covid-infected patients and the close-contact cases.  At the time of the Winter Olympics in February, around 2,900 international athletes were housed in these compounds isolated from the rest of Beijing. The newspaper also reported ...

Data shows China’s housing market remains distressed

Economy 06/20/22, 22:49

The real estate market in China is still mired in a quagmire as the economy is in jeopardy. A spokesman for China’s National Bureau of Statistics said there had been some positive changes in the real estate market in recent surveys. However, the latest data shows that the property market is ...

Precious Sanxingdui gold scepter unearthed

China 06/20/22, 22:44

Apollo News recently reported that new archaeological discoveries of Sanxingdui No. 7 and 8 sacrificial pits had been announced.  According to South China Morning Post, the Sanxingdui archaeology site in the southwestern Chinese province of Sichuan is considered one of the most important discoveries of the 20th century, shedding light on ...

Determined and desperate protestors in Kunshan, Shanghai

Social problem 06/20/22, 17:41

According to Chinese-language media Sound of Hope, a large-scale protest occurred on June 18 and 19 in Kunshan. Protesters called on authorities to reopen the Shanghai-Kunming Expressway after three months of inactivity. Sparked by previous sporadic protests, by the evening of June 18, a real large-scale protest took place in Huaqiao ...

Is the CCP using electromagnetic radiation weapons?

Weapon/Army 06/20/22, 16:48

A flurry of complaints in Liaoning province, China, accuses the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) of targeting neighbors persecuted for their differences with the regime with electromagnetic waves and radiation.  The news stirred up the long-standing controversy that the Chinese people are frequently persecuted by CCP "brain control" and other high-tech methods, ...

‘Racism for sale’, a scandal that has not been settled yet

Social problem 06/20/22, 16:35

BBC reporter Runako Celina and her friends carried out a two-year investigation into the origins of videos of African children on Chinese social media. BBC Africa published Runako Celina's report titled "Racism for sale" on June 14, and it quickly became a hot topic. Chinese social networks spread videos about a ...

Delisting crisis brings rich man of Shanghai under radar

Economy 06/20/22, 11:27

*ST Haiyi, formerly Lanhai Medical, faces delisting risk after it has been suspended from trading on the Shanghai Stock Exchange since early May. The company and its chairman Mi Chunlei are now under scrutiny from the market. According to Sina Finance, *ST Haiyi is an A-share listed company. On May 5, ...

Torrential rain and strong river flow cause landslides in Guangxi

Disasters 06/20/22, 10:36

Last week's torrential rain and high river levels caused severe flooding in Guangxi. This week, Guangxi experienced a mudslide disaster on Saturday due to the heavy rain the day before. In the early morning of June 18, a geological disaster occurred in Qundantun, Gudu Village, Liuzhou City, Guangxi. As a result, ...