Lockdowns continue in China, citizens take to the streets

Social problem 09/05/22, 13:13

With the upcoming 20th CCP Congress just weeks away, where Xi Jinping's leadership will be at stake, the zero COVID policy implemented by the Chinese Communist Party is wreaking havoc in China. In recent weeks, several international media outlets reported total shutdowns in several Chinese cities due to new cases of ...

China National Railway Corporation’s debt and losses are huge

Trending 09/04/22, 14:53

China National Railway Group Co., Ltd (hereinafter referred to as China Railway Group) had a total debt of 6 trillion yuan ($874.79 billion) and a net loss of 80.4 billion yuan ($11.72 billion) in the first half of this year, more than the total losses of the three major airlines ...

Agricultural expert given carpet to walk on while visiting cornfield

Trending 09/04/22, 14:19

Recently, in Guiyang, Guizhou, China, the news of a group of agricultural experts walking on a carpet deep in conversation, in a cornfield has sparked heated discussions on the internet. In the video, a man followed the experts, holding a loudspeaker to introduce corn varieties. A large red banner was also ...

China: so poor schools ask students to bring bed slats

Trending 09/04/22, 14:00

Recently, Huaying Xianming Vocational Technical School in Huaying District, Guangan City, Sichuan, told students to bring bed slats (posture board) on the very first day back at school. The Local Education Department explained: “The bed planks belong to the furniture on the bed, therefore students need to buy them themselves." ...

Wuhan man gets beating for not wearing mask

Social problem 09/04/22, 13:31

Recently, a fight broke out at a subway station in Wuhan, China just because a man did not wear a mask.  On September 1, China News reported a brawl that occurred at about 9:30 pm on August 31. A man in a black shirt entered the subway, perhaps because he was ...

Chengdu China’s megacity locks down: more trouble for economy

Trending 09/04/22, 12:56

On September 1, Chengdu, Sichuan, China was suddenly locked down. The incident has not only damaged local business and people's ability to move about, but also affected country sentiment. Experts say China's economy could be more adversely affected. According to Chengdu's official announcement, the city of 21 million has been ordered ...

Chinese drone suddenly being knocked down with…mud

Trending 09/03/22, 15:40

Recently, Chinese drones frequently intruded on the islets outside of Taiwan, repeatedly going to the Kinmen military barracks to videotape, causing concern in Taiwan. On September 1, many Chinese-language media outlets published a humorous video of a Chinese drone suddenly being knocked down with "mud." NetEase newspaper reported on September 1, a ...

Taiwan to buy arms from U.S., Chinese regime erupts

China 09/03/22, 14:55

The Biden administration approved a budget of $1.1 billion in arms sales to Taiwan, escalating tensions between the Chinese Communist Party and the United States. The Pentagon announced the sale of military equipment to Taiwan on Friday, September 2, which includes 60 anti-ship missiles and 100 air-to-air missiles. Since U.S. House ...

CCP order: Chinese celebrities forced to change their foreign name

Trending 09/03/22, 14:02

The Chinese Communist Party has always maintained strong control over the cinema, and radio and television. Through its propaganda team it has influenced Chinese society. This past year, it began an intense campaign of Chinese nationalism, rejecting everything coming from the West. Apparently, the tense relations with the United States, the ...

UN report on CCP persecution of Uighurs confirms human rights violations

Trending 09/03/22, 13:33

The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) has just published a report on the Uighur situation in China, which asserts that the CCP has committed "several" violations against their fundamental rights and those of other Muslim minorities in the Xinjiang region. The 48-page report was released ...

Taiwan president defends religious freedom over authoritarian regimes

Morality 09/02/22, 20:33

Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen was present on August 30 at the Regional Religious Freedom Forum 2022, organized by the Taiwan Democracy Foundation, the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) and Taiwan's Ministry of Foreign Affair. She was giving her support to spiritual movements oppressed under authoritarian regimes. Tsai said: "Religious freedom is ...

US investigates Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao for money laundering

China 09/02/22, 16:46

One of China's richest men is being investigated by the U.S. Department of Justice for money laundering. Changpeng Zhao, founder and owner of Binance, one of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges in the world, must submit financial information about some transactions involved in money laundering. With the rapid growth of new blockchain ...

The Chinese economy’s grave

Trending 09/02/22, 15:37

Many observers commented that, when the real estate sector collapses, China's economy will follow suit. Why? Unlike other economies, real estate plays an extremely large role in the CCP's budget revenues, expenditures, and financial security. Real estate contributes more than one-quarter of the country's GDP. The problem is, this structure has ...

‘Fox face’ after rain in Xinjiang desert

Anomalies 09/02/22, 14:41

On August 31, after rain in Xinjiang desert, the phrase "one fox face" appeared on Baidu's hot search, attracting public attention, and netizens said "really scary." As Xinmin Evening News reported on August 30, after a heavy rain in in the arid Kumukuli Desert in Xinjiang in July this year, Wang ...

Elementary students lining up at midnight to get test results for school

Trending 09/02/22, 14:27

Recently, primary and secondary schools in the city of Shanghai have informed parents that students must complete 2 nucleic acid tests in 3 days before the start of school. Immediately, many people lined up from morning until night at the nucleic acid test points in residential areas and dormitories.  What bothers ...

One-year-old baby buying bus ticket causes outrage

Trending 09/02/22, 14:01

Recently, in Zhanjiang City, Guangdong Province, China, a mother holding a one-year-old baby was asked by a bus driver to buy a ticket for the baby. When the story went public, netizens were outraged saying things like, "So desperate for money that they have gone mad". According to China's Jimu ...