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University steals electricity and forces students to pay fine

Social problem 09/22/22, 16:34

News widely reported in China said that the College of International Business and Economics, Wuhan Textile University was accused of stealing electricity by the power supply company, "the school staff admitted the behavior." A student said that the school was fined 2 million yuan ($292,000) but forced the students to ...

Philippines cancels award of million-dollar project to Chinese regime

Trending 09/21/22, 19:25

The Philippine government has finally awarded a $11 billion airport project to a multinational consortium, which had previously been awarded to a Chinese state-owned company. On September 14, the provincial government of Cavite, south of the Philippine capital Manila, decided to award the Sangley Point International Airport (SPIA) construction project to ...

Expert: US report omits China’s biggest Achilles heel

Trending 09/21/22, 15:42

According to a new report from the U.S. National Defense University, China's military leadership shares the same Achilles heel with the Russian military. They are not cross-trained for live combat. In other words a soldier stays a soldier, a sailor remains a sailor. They do not venture outside their area ...

Full video exposes Guizhou police lies

Trending 09/18/22, 14:18

Under the Chinese Communist Party's pandemic lockdown, scenes of people starving and reports of a lack of food have happened many times. Recently, a video recorded by a female volunteer in Guiyang City, Guizhou province kneeling to beg for food attracted the attention of netizens. However, later, the local police ...

CCP against nature: Want to eliminate mosquitoes

Disasters 09/17/22, 14:08

On September 14, a proposal by the deputies of the National People's Congress of China turned users on the Weibo social network, one of the largest in China, to make all kinds of sarcastic and indignant comments, reaching more than 64 million entries in a few hours. The deputies presented At ...

Telecom skyscraper in Changsha, China, goes up in flames

Trending 09/16/22, 15:50

One of the tallest skyscrapers in Changsha, China, went up in flames for hours until dozens of fire trucks were able to bring the fire under control. The 42-story building is known as Lotus Garden China Telecom. The city's fire department received the call at 3:48 pm local time and the ...

Is a coup thwarted in China? Leaked videos suggest so

Trending 09/14/22, 13:50

Given how heavily dependent the Chinese population is on the Chinese Communist Party in their lives, every unexpected political move can draw powerful attention.   The situation is even more delicate as we approach the 20th National Congress of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), which will dictate the country's policies for at ...

Taiwanese multinationals leave China for Mexico and other Asian countries

Trending 09/13/22, 18:28

Historically, successful Taiwanese firms had a natural springboard in mainland China when they grew enough to look at expanding. But with tensions at a boiling with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and coupled with the disproportionate number closures imposed by the CCP's zero COVID policy, Taiwanese multinationals prefer to ...

CCP’s overseas propaganda apparatus met with ‘unexpected’ resistance

Trending 09/12/22, 13:10

According to a recent study, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is increasing its influence in foreign media to change public opinion about its image. While communist propaganda has been strong, according to the report, it has also been met with "unexpected" resistance. The human rights group, Freedom House, released a report, on ...

China’s drought could cause a global disaster

Energy 09/10/22, 18:20

China is on the verge of a water disaster. The country consumes 10 billion barrels of water a day, and decades of economic growth and a population explosion have pushed groundwater in northern China to an alarmingly low state. China's water crisis is getting so bad that it could cause ...

Anhui high school military training hospitalizes female students

Trending 09/10/22, 16:29

Recently, a netizen in Anhui province, China revealed that the military training for students at Wuhu No. 1 High School was so stressful that many female students were hospitalized. On September 7, the school had to issue a letter of apology that stated that 13 students were hospitalized and they ...

Taiwan stakes its freedom on November 2022 elections

Trending 09/10/22, 14:09

Cao Xingcheng, a successful Taiwanese businessman, heads the Anti-Communist Committee, which released a letter signed by many civil society actors. It declares a non-surrender pledge to an invasion by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) on the island. This wealthy businessman calls on local politicians to understand that the nature of the ...