Biden should prioritize human rights at Beijing talks says NBA champion

Basketball 11/17/21, 14:59

An award-winning basketballer urged Joe Biden to pressure China to stop abusing human rights on Nov. 15. Enes Kanter wants the president to "stop playing games" with Beijing. The Boston Celtics center wants the Democrat to slam Chinese leader Xi Jinping's mistreatment of Taiwan, Hong Kong, Tibetan buddhists, and Uighur native ...

NBA star criticizes Chinese regime and the CCP cancels his team’s telecast

China 10/21/21, 16:20

Turkish NBA player Enes Kanter has criticized through his social networks the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and its leader Xi Jinping for the repression of the Tibetan people. The regime quickly retaliated and canceled television broadcasts, which could cause millions of dollars in losses for the NBA.  Kanter, star of the ...

Nicholas Burns: China must stop Xinjiang genocide, Tibet abuses and Taiwan bullying

China 10/21/21, 16:11

America's next potential ambassador to China denounced the Chinese Communist Party's genocide, abuse, and bullying on Oct. 20. President Joe Biden's nominee Nicholas Burns wants Beijing to stop eradicating native Uighur people, persecuting Tibetans, repressing Hong Kong freedoms, and threatening Taiwan. "[These atrocities] are unjust and must stop," Burns said according to Reuters. Burns considers ...

CCP exhibits ‘thuggish’ diplomacy at Biden admin’s first visit to China

China 07/28/21, 00:46

Beijing officials seemingly behaved more like violent criminals at the Biden administration's first official visit to mainland China. The U.S. deputy secretary of state met with Foreign Minister Wang Yi and Vice Minister Xie Feng in Tianjin city. They tried to hold diplomatic talks about bilateral relations on July 26. Wendy Sherman ...

Sen. Cotton’s big push: Ban CCP money in Hollywood

U.S. 02/20/21, 07:25

Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) made a proposal on Thursday, Feb. 18, to ban the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) from investing money in the entertainment industry and dissolve existing partnerships with Chinese companies. As part of his Beat China initiative the Cotton laid out a plan to unlink U.S. business from the ...

Tibetan activists protest the Chinese regime’s library exhibit

China 02/19/20, 13:20

More than 150 pro-Tibetan activists are protesting the alleged distorted situation that the Chinese Communist regime presents of the country, which it invaded in 1950-1951. An exhibition of photographs at the Queens Public Library in New York City deceives viewers claims the protesters, with lies in an attempt to cover up ...

US ambassador raises concerns during rare Tibet visit

World 05/25/19, 06:42

The U.S. ambassador to China urged Beijing to engage in substantive dialogue with exiled Tibetan Buddhist leader the Dalai Lama during a visit to the Himalayan region over the past week, the U.S. Embassy said Saturday. Terry Branstad also "expressed concerns regarding the Chinese government's interference in Tibetan Buddhists' freedom to ...

Dalai Lama says he feels almost normal as he leaves hospital

World 04/11/19, 22:13

The Dalai Lama says he feels "normal, almost normal" after leaving a New Delhi hospital where he was treated for a chest infection.The 83-year-old Tibetan spiritual leader spoke after he was discharged on Friday. He had been hospitalized on Tuesday after leaving Dharmsala to consult with doctors in the capital.He ...

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