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 ...

What is the purpose of Xi’s trip before the Party congress?

Russia 09/17/22, 18:13

Since the COVID pandemic broke out in early 2020, Xi Jinping has not been abroad for more than two years, but recently he suddenly attended the Shanghai Cooperation Summit (SCO). The trip coincides with the upcoming 20th National Congress of Deputies. For Xi, the 20th National Congress and re-election is ...

Chengdu: Another leak of secret info

China 09/17/22, 17:10

On the night before the city of Chengdu in China's Sichuan province was locked down, several people were arrested by the police for leaking confidential information. On the eve of Chengdu easing the lockdown, an insider again leaked the secret, infuriating making the mayor and raising concerns, which netizens discussed ...

Long lockdown, people in Daqing beg for food, suppressed by special police

China 09/17/22, 16:25

On September 3, because of food shortages due to a long-term lockdowns, residents of several communities in Daqing city, Heilongjiang province, China took to the streets to protest. They were asking the government for food, but special police were dispatched to suppress the crowd, and a conflict broke out. This ...

Kindergarten students are injured, by teacher

Social problem 09/17/22, 15:22

Social morality in China is deteriorating, child abuse cases are frequent in kindergartens and nursery schools across China. A few days ago, a kindergarten teacher in Yantai City was found abusing children by cutting the skin between a child's upper lip and gums with scissors. Huanqiu newspaper reported that at ...

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 ...

Expert: Great disaster struck Sichuan, the human factors

Disasters 09/17/22, 13:25

Sichuan, in southwest China, has been hit by a record heatwave and drought, fires, COVID outbreaks, and an earthquake, all within a month. The earthquake occurred when the city was in lockdown because of the pandemic. Wang Weiluo, a well-known water conservancy expert, pointed out that this earthquake is similar ...

China market risks increase

Economy 09/16/22, 17:28

According to a study by the U.S.-based economic consulting firm Rhodium Group, European investment in China is increasingly concentrated in a few large companies. This shows that most European companies are increasingly concerned about the long-term risks in the Chinese market. European investments in China have become more concentrated over the ...

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 ...

Shocking video of how Beijing gradually controls people’s assets

Economy 09/16/22, 15:08

Recently, a video titled "Everything is under control and cannot escape the devil's claws" has attracted attention on Chinese social media, where comments are closely monitored. In the video, a man shows how the CCP has gradually found the wealth of the rich at home and abroad over the past ...

Chinese semiconductor company that infiltrated Taiwan convicted

Corruption 09/16/22, 04:17

Taiwan has become the essential semiconductor manufacturing industry in the world, chosen by several leaders in the manufacture of devices, such as Samsung, Google, and Apple. Chinese companies, however, have lagged and, even with great efforts, have not been able to catch up. Taiwan's success and expertise in the semiconductor industry ...