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Pray for Gao Zhisheng on Easter

The persecution of Falun Gong remains a serious and unresolved issue in China. Falun Gong practitioners do not have freedom of religion and do not have basic human rights, while being subjected to a brutal persecution.

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Shanghai 2010 World Expo at Street Level: The Local Dimensions of a Public Diplomacy Spectacle

Internationally, the 2010 Shanghai World Expo was a major tourism and branding draw card for its host city. Domestically, the Expo constituted a major source of national pride and a key vehicle for the promotion of official messages reinforcing traditional state propaganda themes. 171 more words


Former People’s Daily Reporter: How China’s Party Media Works

An unflattering exposé of People’s Daily, the flagship propaganda newspaper of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), published by a former employee, states that the newspaper’s mission is to promote and safeguard the Party’s interests and image and that it manipulates news.

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Remembering A Chinese Liberal Hero

Twenty-five years ago yesterday, a senior Chinese politician named Hu Yaobang complained of dizziness at a meeting in Beijing, and asked to be excused. Moments later, he collapsed with a fatal heart attack. 26 more words


Top Chinese Transplant Official Says There’s No Plan to Stop Using Prisoner Organs

Many analysts also point to a more sinister source of prisoner organs: those that come from executed prisoners of conscience, who are not formally sentenced to death through the courts for any crime, but who are held in arbitrary detention, blood-tested, and killed for their organs as required.

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Advice from a German Police Officer to His Counterparts in China (Photos)

 He explained, “In Germany, a police officer would be punished if he used excessive force against a person. It is quite different from China. When we do something, we are first restricted by our conscience.

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Jesus More Popular Than Mao On China's Social Media

According to a survey reported on by Foreign Policy, God, Jesus, the Bible, and other Christian topics show up more often in Weibo search results in China, than do topics related to communist leaders and the Chinese Communist Party. 266 more words