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Mao's Car Breakdown in Tiananmen Square

A former Red guard revealed forbidden photos of Mao's car which had broken down before Mao and his cronies, Zhou Enlai and Lin Biao reached Tiananmen Square on 31st August, 1966, the day Mao set out to instruct thousands of young red guards at the start of the Cultural Revolution. The car was finally pushed to the side of the Square.


Former Premier Zhou Enlai held by a guard in the chaos. (screenshot)

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During times of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act.

----------- George Orwell



Exposed: Mao’s History of China PDF Print E-mail
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Revealed:  True History of China

A couple of decades ago, a few Chinese scholars discovered through research that the real modern Chinese history is different from the school text books censored by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). Some of those research papers were secretly spread among some Chinese scholars, but a real nightmare to the CCP, was a book called "WHICH IS THE NEW CHINA?" (translation from Chinese) , written by a famous Chinese scholar,  Dr Xin Haonian and published in the US. It details the rise of the CCP as a mob of gangsters taking every...

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Status of Grandson of Deng Xiaoping Questioned PDF Print E-mail
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China Uncensored Staff   

The grandson of former Chinese communist leader, Deng Xiaoping, 29 year old Deng Zhuoli (English name: David Zhuo) is the Deputy County Executive of Pingguo County, Guangxi Province in China.

Chinese bloggers have many questions to ask the communist regime about Deng Zhuoli.

 

Deng Zhouli changed his name to David Zhuo, before he...

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Shanghai Public Security Bureau Chief Arrested PDF Print E-mail
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China Uncensored Staff   

More power changes expected in Shanghai.

The chief of the Shanghai Public Security Bureau, Mr. Zhang Xuebing has been arrested.

The Shanghai Municipal Committee and Shanghai Municipal Commission for Discipline Inspection announced on March 28th that Zhang Xuebing, the deputy mayor of Shanghai and chief of the Shanghai Public Security Bureau, was suspected of serious political and economical issues and was under arrest.

Another major figure, the former Shanghai...

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Dead Pigs And Shanghai Water PDF Print E-mail
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China Uncensored Staff   

Over 7000 dead pigs have been pulled from the Huangpu River in Shanghai in the last 10 days, and Chinese people are desperately seeking the truth about water quality.

 

Some residents try to do tests with tap water, here is one example:

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Beijing Air is 'American Air' PDF Print E-mail
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Spoke person for Foreigner Affairs. of the Communist China, Jiang Yu. (screenshot)

Air quality in many cities of China has already passed the safe level for human habitation, and the recent alarm over Beijing's famously bad air...

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2013: Chinese Revolution? PDF Print E-mail
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John Kusumi/China Support Network   

Massive protests have begun to disrupt both Hong Kong and mainland China. There comes a time when the status quo is flatly unacceptable and will no longer be tolerated by the populace. That generalization fits the current circumstances in China.

China is experiencing a faceoff and showdown between a popular newspaper and an unpopular Communist propaganda chief of Guangdong province. This is a key and crucial juncture that will serve to test the leadership of China's new leader, Xi...

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Can Xi Cross the River by Feeling the Stones? PDF Print E-mail
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China’s most notable “change” in recent history dates back to 1978 when Deng Xiaoping ascended to power and initiated the “reform and opening up” policy. Deng, unsure of how to proceed, used an experiment famously known as "crossing the river by feeling the stones" (“摸着石头过河): partial reform composed of economic liberalization and political conservatism. Since then, China has been “feeling the stones” for more than 30 years.
In November 2012, the Chinese...

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He’s Back PDF Print E-mail
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This is my house again, son!

Ten years ago, Jiang Zemin – the neo-corporatist cadre who came to personally symbolize the corruption and thievery of the Chinese Communist Party – stood down as party leader (but not military chief) in favor of Hu Jintao, who promised a cleaner (but arguably presided over a meaner) regime.

This week, Jiang’s revenge was complete. Not only is the new Politburo Standing Committee largely filled with “his” people (CNN) – including...

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'A Civil Servant’s Notebook' Exposes Chinese Regime's Corruption PDF Print E-mail
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China Uncensored Staff   

In 2001, after the Deputy Mayor of Shenyang, Mr. Ma Xiangdong was sentenced to death because he misappropriated US$3.6 million to  gamble at the Macau Casino, his fellow officials involved in his scandal were arrested and punished. Mr. Ma’s private secretary, the then, 49 years old, Wang Xiaofang eventually...

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Speculation of Assassination Attempt on Xi Jinping PDF Print E-mail
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China Uncensored Staff   

At midnight last Tuesday the 4th September, the likely future Chinese leader, Xi Jinping suddenly cancelled a meeting with the US Secretary of  State, Mrs. Clinton, for the next day, and also cancelled meetings with the prime minister of Singapore and a Russian official for the same day. Chinese reporters were...

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Chinese Officials Looted US$120 billion Public Funds In 13 Years PDF Print E-mail
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China‘s Central Bank has reported that thousands of corrupt Chinese officials stole more than US$123 billion and fled overseas between 1995 and 2008.

The report also cited Associated Press as saying that the United States was a top destination for the looted funds.

The report, released this week by the People‘s Bank of China, says between 16,000 to 18,000 government officials and executives at state-owned enterprises smuggled about 800 billion yuan (US$123 billion)

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Behind Gu Kailai's Confession PDF Print E-mail
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The Chinese communist regime's quick closed door trial of Gu Kailai for the murder of British businessman Neil Haywood has concluded with a so-called 'confession by Gu. It would be naive to accept that the regime tried Gu Kailai for her role in murdering Neil Haywood alone.

 

There is a much more sinister reason behind the quick court case, that...

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Wikileaks - Political Assassinations of Chinese Communist Leaders and Family Members PDF Print E-mail
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Wikileaks   

Wikileaks released the following cable from the US Consulate General in Shanghai:

CLASSIFIED BY: Kenneth Jarrett, Consul General, U.S. Consulate General, Shanghai, Department of State. REASON: 1.4 (b), (c), (d) ¶1.

(S) Summary: According to Nanjing University Professor Gu Su (strictly protect):

Political assassinations and violence occur in Chinese politics, even occasionally touching top leaders.

Gu said that in January 2007, for...

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