African American pastors target NBA and Nike for supporting Black Lives Matter

China 09/04/20, 19:41

A well-known African American pastor in Detroit, the Rev. Marlin Reid, is partnering with different churches to jointly condemn Nike, the NBA, and other multinational corporations for supporting the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement while benefiting economically from slave labor under the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). The accusation is based on ...

Independent UK court investigates human rights abuses against Uighurs in China

China 09/04/20, 17:24

Renowned British lawyer Sir Geoffrey Nice announced the formation of an independent tribunal on Thursday, Sept. 3, to investigate serious allegations of human rights violations against Uighur Muslim communities in northeast China's Xinjiang region. The investigation, which points to abuses perpetrated by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), documented since 2017, will ...

CCP restricts Mongolian language in China and student community protests

China 09/03/20, 15:02

According to a BBC report, ethnic Mongolians, mainly students and parents, in China's Inner Mongolia region are holding multiple public protests against a new bilingual education policy that would jeopardize the Mongolian language. The policy was confirmed on Monday, Aug. 31, just one day before the start of the new school ...

Chinese foreign minister ignores concerns over abuses in Xinjiang detention camps

China 08/31/20, 13:46

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, speaking at a press conference at the Institute of International Relations in Paris on Sunday afternoon, Aug. 30, about allegations of abuse in Xinjiang's Uighur detention camps, ignored the human rights concerns of European countries and warned against interference in Chinese affairs. In the wake of ...

Chinese students in US may be detained due to Hong Kong national security law

China 08/21/20, 15:41

The repressive security law imposed on Hong Kong by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) raises concerns on American university campuses where they are wary of the possibility that Chinese students starting courses may be prosecuted for having dissenting opinions. For this year, many of the classes at prestigious universities will carry ...