Forum Reviews Progress of Movement to Quit the Chinese Communist Party

WASHINGTON—The movement to quit the Chinese Communist Party marked International Human Rights Day with a forum held at the Capitol on Dec. 10. Sponsored by...
Pro-democracy protesters hold up a Free HK led sign during a Pepe the Frog themed human chain from Tsim Sha Tsui to Prince Edward in Hong Kong, on Sept. 30, 2019. (Anthony Kwan/Getty Images)

Norwegian Lawmaker Nominates Hong Kong Protesters for Nobel Peace Prize

A Norwegian lawmaker has nominated the Hong Kong people for the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize to commend them for “fighting for fundamental rights.” “What they do matters...
Anti-extradition bill demonstrators react as riot police fire tear gas after a march to call for democratic reforms, in Hong Kong, China on July 21, 2019. (Tyrone Siu/Reuters)

US State Department Concerned Over Chinese Threats to Quell Hong Kong Protests Using Military

The U.S. State Department has expressed concern about recent statements from the Chinese regime that it could deploy its military to intervene in Hong Kong against...
Chinese workers watch the production line of pill capsules at the Tongrentang factory in Beijing on Aug. 3 2007. The United States will help China improve the safety of its food and drug exports, the U.S. health chief said in a statement released on Aug. 3 after a string of health scandals surrounding Chinese-made goods. (Teh Eng Koon/AFP/Getty Images)

Chinese Health Firm Under Fire for Offering Fraudulent Medical Treatment Abroad

China’s Ministry of Public Security (MPS) recently ended a major investigation involving a health care fraud scheme which victimized over a thousand people in...
The Chinese government places some strict regulations on foreign firms operating in the country. (Image: via pixabay / CC0 1.0)

Chinese Police Can Now Legally Spy on Foreign Company Networks

The Chinese government places some strict regulations on foreign firms operating in the country. Last year, the administration passed a new set of laws...

Japanese High School Asks Students to Sing Chinese National Anthem at Opening Ceremony

Recently, a private high school in Japan has caught the attention of Japanese and Chinese netizens alike: its students sang China’s national anthem at...

A Broken Leg Exposes a Broken Healthcare System in China

A lack of funding, corruption, and inappropriate guidelines are among the problems It was supposed to be a simple surgery for Mr. Zhou’s 63-year-old mother...

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...
Baidu co-founder and CEO Robin Li speaks on stage at the annual Baidu World Technology Conference in Beijing on November 1, 2018. (FRED DUFOUR/AFP/Getty Images)

Turmoil at Top Chinese Tech Firm Baidu as Senior Execs Leave

Robin Li Yanhong, founder and CEO of China’s most popular search engine Baidu, recently left his position as executive director of Baidu Cloud Computing Technology, just...

On the background of Zhang Yikun: The alleged $100k donor

By Michael Reddell Last week the original Chinese version of the article below appeared in the Chinese-language magazine Beijing Spring. It is about the background...

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