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Rare Fish Display For Boosting Business?

A shop owner in Hebei province wanted to promote his new fish shop, so he hung these rare fish for sale in the street, including this crocodile. (screenshot).

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Two Tibetan Monks Arrested PDF Print E-mail
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Woechung Gyatso writing a confession letter during the workshop (unnamed We Chat user)

 

On 16 April two monks from Tsang Monastery in Ba Dzong, Tsolho Prefecture were arrested for sharing' illegal' photos and articles on WeChat.

One of the monks has been identified as Woechung Gyatso, of Deden village in Malho Sogdzong in eastern Tibet, while the other’s identity remains unknown.

While the second, unidentified, monk was released after multiple interrogation sessions, Woechung Gyatso remains in detention. His current location and situation are unknown at this time.

Tsang...

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A Test of Xi Jinping’s “Rule by Law” PDF Print E-mail
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Xi Jinping has called for 依法治国 many times. The term, when directly translated into English is “rule the country by law,” or “rule by law,” as opposed to the current “rule by the Communist Party.” Sometimes people with good-wishes translate it as “rule of law” as they are eager to see China adopt a better philosophy of governance.

The recent developments involving RYB Education, Inc. give people an opportunity to see how Xi, after consolidating his...

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Villagers Transformed from Belief in God to Belief in CCP PDF Print E-mail
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SCMP   

The South China Morning Post has reported that thousands of Christians in an impoverished county in rural southeast China have swapped their posters of Jesus for portraits of Xi Jinping as part of a local government poverty-relief programme that seeks to “transform believers in religion into believers in the party”.

 

The atheist Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is worried that people who have religious beliefs will not allow their morals to be corrupted by the CCP, and...

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"One Country, One System" in Hong Kong? PDF Print E-mail
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Chinascope   

Hong Kong used to be a model city, representing the height of those values that a modern civilization treasures: freedom of speech, respect for human rights, and adherence to the rule of law. It was never a place for hate crimes.

However, in the past few years, developments in Hong Kong have led people to wonder whether, and to what extent, it has gone backward under Beijing’s Communist rule.

The most recent controversy came about when a pro-Communist Hong Kong...

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Investigation Reveals Chinese Regime's Crimes Against Humanity Ongoing PDF Print E-mail
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From July 2016 to June 2017, the World Organization to Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong [WOIPFG] continued its phone investigation on 169 hospitals qualified to perform organ transplant surgeries, some unqualified hospitals, which also perform organ transplants, and some civilian organ...

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Is the Tank Man Still Alive? PDF Print E-mail
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Is the Tank Man is still alive? According to a report  from Hong Kong-based newspaper Apple Daily, the young Chinese man who single-handedly blocked a long column of the Chinese military’s tanks on Chang’an Avenue during the

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Chinese Regime Responible for Nobel Prize Winner's Death PDF Print E-mail
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China Uncensored   

Liu Xiaobo, the 2010 Nobel Peace Prize winner, Tiananmen Square Massacre protester, and promoter of the pro-democracy Charter 08 that cost him his freedom, and eventually his life, died on Thursday, 13th July from late stage liver cancer. He was 61.

In 2009, Liu was sentenced to 11 years jail for 'subversion' by the communist regime.

Liu won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2010, but he was not permitted to travel to Norway to accept it.

He was the second person to...

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Tiananman Square Massacre 28 Year Anniversary PDF Print E-mail
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June 4 1989 - a day of infamy that will live forever in history despite the Chinese Communist Party's (CCP) attempts to whitewash it.

Today is the 28th anniversary of the brutal massacre of peaceful university students by the People's Liberation Army (PLA) on the orders of the CCP.

The exact number of...

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Where is the Panchen Lama? PDF Print E-mail
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China Uncensored   

On 25 April 1995, Gedhun Choekyi Nyima turned six years old. Barely a month later, he became the world’s youngest political prisoner.

Gedhun Choekyi Nyima is the Panchen Lama, the second highest authority in Tibetan Buddhism after the Dalai Lama.

To many Tibetan people, he is a figure who commands deep...

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Human Rights Lawyer Recants Torture Allegations Under Duress? PDF Print E-mail
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VOA   

In a surprising reversal, Chinese human rights lawyer Xie Yang has recanted allegations that he was tortured while in custody and pleaded guilty to charges of subverting state power and disrupting court order.

Xie has worked on some of China’s most sensitive and controversial cases and has long been an outspoken critic of the government and the country’s legal system.

But on Monday, he told a court in China’s central city of Changsha that that never happened and...

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Is China Cutting Its Ties to North Korea? PDF Print E-mail
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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...

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Former Chinese Hospital Worker’s Account of Organ Harvesting PDF Print E-mail
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(Tianjin First Central Hospital- web image)

A foreign patient receives a life-extending organ transplant in a Chinese hospital. Feeling grateful, he asks a hospital staff member who the donor was so that he may give thanks and repayment.

But no one at the hospital—not even the transplant doctor—knows the donor’s identity.

Before his flight...

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Why Did 3 People Die in Nato Bombing of Chinese Embassy? PDF Print E-mail
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China Uncensored   

In March 1999, Nato electronic intelligence (Elint) detected the Chinese Embassy in Belgrade sending military signals for Milosevic's forces, after the communist Chinese had allowed the Yugoslav army to move its communication centre to the basement of the embassy.

The Chinese embassy was acting as a rebroadcast station for the Yugoslav army...

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