Apple Daily, a local Hong Kong newspaper, saw an unexpected holdup on the morning of June 17, when 500 police officers raided its headquarters. It’s the second police raid of company property in just one year.
Communist China and Iran have signed a 25-year agreement, seeking to bolster their alliance. Beijing agrees to safeguard the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, and Tehran urges the United States to remove sanctions.
Beijing launched a new huge dam project that will impact India. More and more countries are feeling the effects of China’s manipulation of natural flowing water. The communist regime targets rivers that have upstream flow in China and downstream flow in other countries. Countries alongside the Mekong river have suffered at the hands of China […]
A district government of Qiqihar City in the northeastern province of Heilongjiang, China, suddenly removed dozens of shop units without warning or proper paperwork. The units had been operating there for over twenty years. The vendors were people with disabilities or those who were vulnerable to being laid off. Many relied on the units to make […]
Taiwan is taking a harder stance on Beijing’s sand dredgers after its parliament passed proposed legislation on Oct. 29 imposing heavier penalties for unauthorized sand mining in Taiwanese waters. According to China Times, offenders could be sentenced in prison from one to seven years and facing fines of up to $3 million. The draft legislation also addresses […]
French retail group Auchan announced it will sell its Chinese subsidiary SunArt to China’s e-commerce giant Alibaba for 3.5 billion dollars (3 billion euros) and withdraw from China.
The deal concerns a chain of 484 hypermarkets and 150,000 employees.
Auchan is one of the world’s largest retailers. And the third major international supermarket chain that is set to leave the Chinese market. It follows the footsteps of French retailer Carrefour and Tesco from the UK.
Approximately 40,000 “reservoir immigrants” were displaced in Central China over 10 years ago. They were forced off of their land when authorities decided to construct a reservoir in the area. The land now remains occupied by the local government, who have provided little to no compensation in exchange.
One senior Chinese tech engineer says China’s biggest problem is its lack of press freedom. Through its clever use of propaganda, the Chinese communist party (CCP) aims to present an all-powerful front. In part three of this interview, we dive into the mechanisms of the CCP’s media control.
A former senior technician from a major Chinese e-commerce company shares his view on CCP propaganda. He said he believes that sanctions on Chinese apps by the U.S. and India are the right thing to do. Today we’ll share the first part of the interview with William Guo.
The nightmare of private property confiscation strikes again after six decades. Million-dollar properties were taken away by the CCP regime overnight with the help of police and urban management staff.
Now, we hear from a former Chinese vice mayor, who fled to the United States for fear of the CCP’s persecution. In the first part of our interview, he gives us a closer look into the Chinese regime’s handling of the pandemic.
Slogans have always been a primary way of disseminating propaganda for the Chinese Communist Party, which uses it as a way to push its policies and ideology and as a tool to control people. Here are some of the recent slogans spotted in China during the CCP virus pandemic. Fasten your seat belt.