Chu Xi (除夕), or the 30th of the 12th lunar month, is the major day of the lunar new year celebrations during which Menshen, or door gods, are often posted on the entrances of homes to protect against evil. (Image: YouTube/Screenshot)

Chinese New Year: A Celebration of Divinity

Following the traditional lunar calendar of East Asia, the Chinese New Year falls on Feb. 5 this year. Its zodiac animal is the Pig and the year’s position...
Security personnel patrol in Tiananmen Square ahead of a vote on constitutional amendments at the National People's Congress in Beijing on March 11, 2018. (GREG BAKER/AFP/Getty Images)

100,000 Chinese Lawyers Mobilized to Pledge Loyalty to Constitution, Socialism

On Dec. 3, Chinese authorities directed almost 100,000 lawyers in more than 400 cities across the country to take part in an unprecedented mass...

Li Wenzu Awarded Edelstam Prize for Promoting Human Rights in China

Li Wenzu from Beijing has been awarded the prestigious Edelstam Prize for her fight in promoting human rights in China, a country that is...
Australian flag flutters in front of the Great Hall of the People during a welcoming ceremony for Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull in Beijing, China, on April 14, 2016. (Jason Lee/Reuters)

Australian Universities Helping Chinese Regime in Global Spying Efforts, Investigation Reveals

Australia’s top universities have been collaborating with companies linked to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in developing mass surveillance and military technologies, a joint...

Vogue Awards: Model Highlights Falun Gong Persecution

At the recent Vogue Women of the Year 2019 event, Indian model Pooja Mor won the “Young Achiever of the Year” award. During her...
Lu Wei, the former head of Cyberspace Administration of China, has been sentenced to 14 years in jail on charges of bribery. (Image: wikimedia / CC0 1.0)

Xi Sentences Chinese Internet Censorship Head to 14 Years in Prison

Lu Wei, the former head of Cyberspace Administration of China, has been sentenced to 14 years in jail on charges of bribery. He was...
A sign is posted telling market vendors to pack up their shops before it is demolished at a once bustling food market which has closed down and is being demolished in Beijing on March 31, 2008. (Peter Parks/AFP/Getty Images)

China’s New Wave of Propaganda Campaigns Suggests Signs of Economic Crisis, Analysts Say

The Chinese communist regime has dug into its Maoist past for two new social and propaganda initiatives, in what analysts say show signs of deepening economic...
Dairy cows grazing on a farm in New Zealand. (Source: Grey Valley dairy farm, flikr images)

What does China want from New Zealand dairy?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xCbyh0a0sr0&feature=youtu.be Chris Chappell from China Uncensored interviews Chris Falconer, a New Zealand dairy farmer, on trading with China. Video sourced from: China Uncensored Follow us on Twitter or like us on...

Is Foreign Aggression the Next Step for China?

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is in crisis. That may seem to be an exaggeration, but it’s not. The Party is facing the greatest challenges to...
More than 10,000 Falun Gong practitioners gathered on Fuyou Street in Beijing on April 25, 1999, to peacefully appeal for fair treatment. The event was propagandized by the Chinese Communist Party and used as an excuse to launch a brutal persecution campaign that continues today. (Minghui.org)

Bait-and-Switch: The Truth Behind the April 25 Mass Appeal

Many China observers believe the 10,000-strong gathering of Falun Gong practitioners outside Communist Party headquarters in Beijing 20 years ago this month was the...

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