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Factory Worker Photo Fail in Front of Li Keqiangg

When Chinese news reported on Premier Li Keqiang's visit to a Dongguan factory, a photo of this worker caught many people by surprise, Can you find anything wrong?

 

 

One Chinese blog said: "girl, please don't pretend, doesnt your hand get burnt?"

Another blogger: "So a government office worker pretends to sit there?"

Another: "could that be a "massage parlour lady" performing a sit in?" (Dongguan is "famous" for its massive prostitution "industry" which isprotected by local officials and criminals)

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Chinese Regime Tries to Use Vatican to Cover its Crimes PDF Print E-mail
Global Stage
Friday, 17 February 2017 08:24

“Right now, without free and independent inspection, there is no evidence that China has actually put an end to the cruel and illegal practice of forced organ harvesting, particularly from Falun Gong practitioners,  and also Christians and other prisoners of conscience,” stated Italian Senator Maurizio Romani, Vice-President of the Health Commission during a press conference on February 7.

The press conference was held during the Summit on Organ Trafficking and Transplant...

 
The Vatican's Virtue Void PDF Print E-mail
Global Stage
Wednesday, 08 February 2017 09:26

The Vatican, supposedly the place which upholds the true spirit of Jesus, has now became a symbol of enormous wealth, power and secrecy.

Hundreds of thousands of child abuse victims of the priesthood have been ignored as the Church tried to cover up its crimes. Apparently they have no connection to the priests who committed these crimes, but they have no hesitation in collecting tithes from parishioners through these priests.

One church goer said that they have to offer 10%

 
Nobel Peace Prize Nominees David Kilgour and David Matas Discuss Ways to End Forced Organ Harvesting PDF Print E-mail
Global Stage
Tuesday, 31 January 2017 09:16

Former Canadian Secretary of State for Asia-Pacific David Kilgour and human rights attorney David Matas hosted a series of events on January 11-15, 2017 in Latvia’s capital, Riga. The gatherings aimed at informing the Latvian people about the state-sanctioned harvesting of organs from living prisoners of conscience in China, especially Falun Gong practitioners. In meetings with elected officials, the two defenders of human rights discussed how legislation could help end this ongoing...

 
Banned in China - Enchanting the World PDF Print E-mail
Global Stage
Tuesday, 10 January 2017 10:50

There was a time when the world was full of magic and splendor, and all on Earth existed in harmony with Heaven. You could see it in the arts, feel it in the air, and hear it in the beat of a drum.
This was a land of heroes and sages, dragons and phoenixes, emperors and immortals. Known today as China, this place was once called 'the Land of the Divine'.

What if you could journey back and visit this lost paradise?

Shen Yun brings the profound...

 
Navarro Appointment Signals China Relationship Will Not be 'Business as Usual' PDF Print E-mail
Global Stage
Friday, 23 December 2016 07:21

The appointment of Peter Navarro, a strident China critic to lead the incoming Trump Administration's newly formed National Trade Council, sends a clear message that the U.S - Chine relationship will not be 'business as usual' after January 20th, 2017.

 

The author of

 
Is China Cutting Its Ties to North Korea? PDF Print E-mail
Real China
Thursday, 22 December 2016 07:45

After long providing a protective umbrella for North Korea, China has changed its stance. Beijing was supportive in passing the United Nations’ sanction resolution against North Korea and has been active in enforcing the trade embargo.

A few of the events that happened in June this year demonstrated China’s position.

Lee Yong-soo, the Vice chairman of the Workers’ Party of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) visited China in early June. Since Lee...

 
U.S. Files Trade Challenge Against China PDF Print E-mail
Global Stage
Saturday, 17 December 2016 10:24

Amid new tensions with China, the Obama administration on Thursday launched its 15th challenge against Beijing at the World Trade Organization, escalating a long-simmering debate over practices that U.S. officials say limit American farmers' ability to export rice, wheat and corn to the Asian powerhouse.

The administration says it is trying to hold China to its commitment to allow set quantities of grain and corn to enter the country subject to a lower tariff rate.  China agreed...

 
Global Magnitsky Act Could be Huge Weapon Against Chinese Human Rights Abusers PDF Print E-mail
Global Stage
Saturday, 10 December 2016 11:41

The Global Magnitsky Human Rights Accountability Act, which passed the U.S. Congress in a 92-7 vote on December 8 should be a warning to human rights abusers around the world and particularly in China.

The act allows the president to deny U.S. visas and freeze U.S.-based assets of human rights abusers and corrupt foreign officials. Many Chinese who are corrupt and/or responsible for crimes against humanity, such as the organ harvesting of prisoners of conscience, especially...

 
Trump-Taiwan Call is Good for Democracy and Human Rights PDF Print E-mail
Global Stage
Monday, 05 December 2016 10:17

President-elect Donald Trump's short conversation with President Tsai Ing-wen of Taiwan has provoked the usual bluster and threats from the Chinese communist regime and the accusations from western 'democracies' and media that he is a loose cannon with no idea of diplomacy and that he threatens ties with China.

Breath of fresh air

Whether it was a calculated move by Trump or not, it sends a message to the communist regime that the status quo of the United States...

 
American Student's Human Rights Poster Censored on LinkedIn PDF Print E-mail
Global Stage
Sunday, 20 November 2016 08:33

George Mason University senior April Yoo took home a $1,000 first prize for her winning entry in a human rights poster design competition. But on Nov. 2, shortly after she announced her good news on LinkedIn, she received a message from the social network saying that her profile was blocked in China.

The subject of the poster and the contest...

 
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