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Chinese, N.Korean envoys talk up ties despite nuclear tensions


© KCNA VIA KNS/AFP | This picture taken on November 17, 2017 and released by North Korea’s official Korean Central News Agency shows Song Tao attending a meeting with Choe Ryong-Hae (2nd R) 456 more words

Author Vows to Publish His Exposé of Chinese Interference in Australia After Delays

Author and academic Clive Hamilton says that his exposé on the Chinese Communist party’s alleged activities in Australia will still see the light of day. 250 more words

The Widening Gyre

It is well-known outside China that, on 4 June 1989, tanks and soldiers of the Chinese military moved in to crush the student-led protests in Tiananmen Square in Beijing. 1,053 more words


Stop Harassing My Mom and What Would I Say to President Trump?

By Jennifer Zeng

I was told that my mom was harassed in China again recently. With the approach of the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, the party is so nervous that they had the leader of my mom’s former workplace give a warning to her, who has retired long ago and is only a harmless lady of 75 years old. 664 more words

法轮功迫害纪实 Persecution Of Falun Gong In China

China’s military ordered to pledge total loyalty to Xi

AFP | Published — Monday 6 November 2017

A paramilitary policeman stands guard at Tiananmen square during the closing session of the 19th Communist Party Congress in Beijing. 301 more words

The Pyongyang Shuffle Redux

The Chinese Communist Party’s strategy of playing the White House and the EU for suckers is in full swing with attempts to resume the six-way talks with North Korea once again, only this time after North Korea violated every single other agreement, developed long range missiles and a hydrogen bomb all because Obama and the West did nothing about it, except take away Kim Junior’s allowance. 1,302 more words

Hong Kong Holds Symposium On 'Chinese Roots Of Hong Kong Culture'

A symposium on the Chinese roots of Hong Kong culture (香港文化中國根) was held in the former British colony under the auspices of the Hong Kong China Institute for the Humanities and Economic Research, the Zhejiang Institute for the Humanities and Economic Research, Zhejiang’s Entrepreneurs Association and Education and Training Department. 349 more words