Emory University in Atlanta. (Wikimedia Commons)

Emory University Fires 2 Professors for Not Disclosing Ties to China

Atlanta-based Emory University has fired two Chinese-American biomedical professors for failing to disclose funding from and ties to Chinese institutions, while receiving grants from...

China Plans Mass Cloning of Police Dogs to Save on Training Time

China has reportedly cloned a police dog in hopes that it will take less time to train the animal. The 3-month-old puppy, Kunxun, has...
WeChat boasts about having more than a billion users on its platform, but like all other online medium operating in China, it is subject to strict regulations by the Chinese Communist Party. (Image: Screenshot / YouTube)

Top 4 Topics the Chinese Government Censored on WeChat in 2018

WeChat boasts about having more than a billion users on its platform, but like all other online media operating in China, it is subject...

Why Is the Chinese Regime Afraid of Shen Yun?

Shen Yun Performing Arts is no stranger to dealing with attempts by the Chinese communist regime to shut down its performances. In the 13 years since...

Beijing, Other Chinese Regions Declare ‘State of War’ Over Coronavirus Outbreak

Two Chinese districts in virus-stricken Hubei Province have issued “wartime management” orders barring people from leaving their apartment buildings, as the country battles with the deepening coronavirus crisis...

UN Discloses Names of Chinese Dissidents to Beijing: Whistleblower

A United Nations whistleblower has accused the organization’s human rights agency of endangering Chinese rights activists by disclosing their names to the Chinese regime. “The Office of...

Canadians Warn Feds on Free Trade With China

The Canadian federal government got an earful from the business sector and private citizens on the wide range of difficulties on doing business with...

China Can Switch Off Philippines’ Power Grid, Official Says

A Philippine senator has urged for a probe into the implications of China’s part-ownership of the national grid after an energy official said China...
People study at a national library in Beijing on May 30, 2013. (Wang Zhao/AFP/Getty Images)

Dutch Publishing House Brill Terminates Agreement With Chinese Publisher After Censorship Episode

Netherlands-based publishing house Brill recently ended its distribution agreement with a Chinese state-run publisher, after the latter was found to have censored out a...
APT41, a group backed by Beijing, hacked into telecommunication companies, stealing text messages with content of ‘geopolitical interest.’ (Image: via pixabay / CC0 1.0)

Text Messages and Phone Records Intercepted by Chinese Hackers

A hacking group backed by Beijing hacked into telecommunication companies, stealing textual content of “geopolitical interest,” according to a new report by cybersecurity firm,...

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