Communist China’s first-ever anti-spying law is taking effect this week. It has a system that rewards those that report on others. This move comes amid rising tensions between the regime and the international community over human rights issues.
More than 100 lawmakers around the world are urging the World Health Organization to extend an important invitation. They want Taiwan to be included in an upcoming forum, saying the world will suffer if the island is left out.
Large crowds are gathering at cemeteries in Wuhan. The amount of gravestones and people visiting cemeteries suggest the real number of deaths caused by the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus in Wuhan, the epicenter, is likely to be higher than the official toll from the Chinese regime. NTD’s Becky Zhou has the details.
The Chinese regime is actively testing its own digital currency in multiple cities such as Shanghai and Beijing. They call it e-yuan and claim it will simplify payment transactions. The regime wants to compete with the world’s most popular digital currency Bitcoin. But can the e-yuan prevail in the battle?
Former Chinese billionaire Huang Guangyu is a free man after serving a 10-year sentence. He’s the founder of appliance seller GOME, which published Huang’s first speech after getting out of jail on Chinese social media platform WeChat. Many expressed surprise to hear Huang singing the praises of the Communist Party after the regime jailed him for […]
As ties between the United States and China deteriorate, the trade war is turning into a technology war. China is trying to reduce exports of rare earth minerals to the United States. The material is crucial to creating equipment used by the U.S. military.
Parliament members from 14 countries including the United States, Canada, the UK, Germany, Switzerland, Denmark, and other European nations are expressing concerns about the sentencing of a Chinese citizen journalist. They are calling on the CCP to release citizen journalists jailed for covering the pandemic.
Some Chinese cities have higher infection rates than others. Now, truck drivers and other citizens from these areas are starting to suffer discrimination. Truck drivers coming from the country’s Hebei province or those with Hebei license plates are being targeted. The fear stems from certain areas in China being labeled as having higher or lower […]
Several Chinese cities were put under lockdown. If a resident steps out the door, all others in the same building will be forced to move out and pay for quarantine. Everyone at the quarantine center is required to pay a fee, equivalent to over $1,000 per person.
A Chinese man is in custody for fighting for the human rights of the vulnerable. Worse still, the Chinese authorities deprived his right to see his mom before she died. While people are celebrating the new year, Wu Gujianxiong is facing the reality of losing his mom. The Chinese regime refused to let Wu see his mom […]
While people are celebrating New Year’s Day, Hong Kong’s media tycoon Jimmy Lai has to be back in custody. He’s the most high-profile person to be charged under the national security law. Hong Kong’s top court revoked Jimmy Lai’s bail after accepting the local government’s appeal. His company owns Apple Daily, a newspaper that openly […]
Thousands of Beijing families report having their homes forcibly destroyed by authorities. Doors to private property have been broken down daily, according to locals, before houses are torn down. Residents in one Beijing neighborhood are facing what many would call a nightmare. They live in Beijing’s “Xiangtang Cultural Village” inside the Changping District. But now, the […]