Hong Kong citizens will have to get new smart ID cards very soon. (Image: YouTube/Screenshot)

CCP Government Surveillance: New ID Cards for Hong Kongers

Hong Kong’s immigration authority recently announced that residents of the region will have to replace their existing identity cards with new ones from December...

US Made COVID-19 Quick Test Versus Inferior Products Made in China

The outbreak of the CCP virus (COVID-19) in the world has reached more than 2 million people. How to quickly diagnose and cut off...

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China Afraid of Granting Access to Wuhan Lab

Despite growing calls for an investigation into the source of COVID-19, China has remained dismissive of such requests. It seems as if the Chinese...
Buddhism is one of major religions in China. (Image: pixabay / CC0 1.0)

What You Should Know About China’s Current Social Culture

When the Communist Party took control of China, they tried to purge most of its culture, deeming it “backward” and an “impedimen”’ to social...

How Chiang Kai-shek’s Son Developed His Anti-Communist Stance (Part 2)

Despite a harsh life in Russia, Chiang Ching-kuo never gave up on the hope that one day he would return to China. Eventually, when...

Failure of China’s Biggest Dam Kept Secret by Government for Decades

The Chinese communist regime often keeps its failures a secret, both from citizens and the international media, since it wants to project an image...
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Life Inside China’s ‘Re-Education’ Camps and Total Surveillance State

China has turned the northwestern region of Xinjiang into a vast experiment in domestic surveillance. WSJ investigated what life is like in a place...
A Chinese charity held a recreational ‘dance’ event as well as a protest at the Aotea Square on 17 Feb. (Source: Eagle Vision Times)

Protests generate concern over CCP’s Infiltration of NZ communities

Last month, a Chinese group performed a square dance at the Aotea Square in Auckland City. A Chinese charity registered the event as recreational...
Tray with Women and Boys on a Garden Terrace, 14th century, Yuan Dynasty (1271-1368), carved red lacquer. (Image: The Met/ Wikicommons)

Children to Immortals: Figural Representations in Chinese Art at the Met

The Metropolitan Museum of Art (the “Met”) in New York City is currently holding an exhibition of art in Chinese culture entitled Children to Immortals: Figural Representations...

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