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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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Land Seizure, A Fatal Hit On Farmers PDF Print E-mail
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China Uncensored   

Investigations have revealed that 98% of wealthy individuals in China are Chinese communist party cadres, or the children of members of the Politburo. They came by their riches illegally, often under highly questionable circumstances. They amassed these ill-gotten gains at the cost of many hardworking everyday citizens.

In one case, officials blithely seized more than 63 acres of land, thus leaving 1,179 farmers without means to support themselves, according to activist Zhang Jianping’s Rights Movement blog.

The land...

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Insight into Resignation of Google China CEO Li Kaifu PDF Print E-mail
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Yi Jian   

On the morning of September 4, 2009, Google China announced the resignation of CEO, Li Kaifu. This news shocked many Google employees as well as the public. Why did he suddenly resign after four years as the CEO?  The Chinese government controlled media reported that Li decided to set up his own business, but is there another reason? Perhaps we can find some clues from the series of items below.

His new book reveals grievances

In his...

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Grave Poverty VS Glossy Military Parade PDF Print E-mail
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Lin Xiaozhou   

Following China’s conditional participation in the 147 nations’ Global Price Comparison project in 2007, its national Bureau of Statistics provided the World Bank with prices of more than 1000 commodities and services that covered 11 of its cities and rural regions. The latest statistics made available by the UN and the World Bank showed that about 13% of China’s population are in a state of destitution, earning less than one US dollar per day (to the equivalent of RMB 3.6)

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Media Cant: China To Relocate 15,000 From Lead-Poisoned Area PDF Print E-mail
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Yu Zou   

Central China officials plan to move 15,000 residents away from smelting plants in Henan Province where 1,000 children tested positive for lead poisoning. Since these are figures the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has released, the actual numbers of affected children is probably much higher, also taking into account that there must be scores who have not yet been tested.

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Why Did PLA Navy Let Pirates Off? PDF Print E-mail
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LI Tianxiao   

 

A mystery that could not be shared with others.

On the afternoon of the 19th of October, the 70,000 ton Chinese cargo ship De Xin Hai with 25 Chinese seamen on board,  was hijacked by Somalian pirates in the waters close to the Seychelles archipelago.

This turned all eyes to a nearby Chinese naval convoy of modern missile frigates to see whether it could deliver a rapid rescue. Indeed this would be a touchstone of China’s marine prowess displayed only...

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Berlin Wall - Chinese Style PDF Print E-mail
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Wu Fan   

On 3 November 2009, Reporters Without Borders criticized Chinese authorities for blocking the website known as Virtual Berlin Wall.  Mr Wu Fan, a commentator on current affairs on New Tang Dynasty Television, gives a more detailed account of this matter.

Mr Wu pointed out that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) wished to block all sorts of information that would lead to the fall of its dictatorial rule. It tried to construct a Chinese-style cyber-equivalent of the Berlin...

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Controversial Scientist Qian Xuesen PDF Print E-mail
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Chinese blogger   

Qian Xuesen played an important role in Communist China's science and politics.

Qian Xuesen, a top Chinese scientist who made important contributions to the missile and space programs of both the United States and the People's Republic of China, died in Beijing on October 31. He was 98.

Qian relocated to the US in 1935 as...

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Who Is Pouring Water Onto Taiwan? PDF Print E-mail
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Yu Tang   

Typhoon Morakot recently caused severe damage in Taiwan. The Hot Spring Hotel (pictured) in East Taiwan, was destroyed by the typhoon, and 5 shops completely submerged by the flood. Mr. Chao Qihong, Mayor of Pingdong County, said that the disaster is the most severe in the last 50 years.

The...

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Does Hun Sen Fear a Communist Cage? PDF Print E-mail
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Yu Tang   

The Chinese Communist regime has offered billions of dollars to countries that agree to follow it's strategies for dominance on the international stage.

Cambodia as one of it's allies, is famous for it's tight fist towards democracy for it's own people. But despite 260 million yuan from China, and a brand new office for himself, the reward did not impress Prime Minister Hun Sen.

According to a Chinese media report, Hun Sen was dissatisfied with the Prime Minister's Office...

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Nuclear Ractor 1.8 Billion Years Ago PDF Print E-mail
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China Uncensored Staff   

In 1972, A French factory imported uranium ore from Gabon, and found surprisingly that the uranium had already been extracted!

Natural uranium contains 0.7202% of uranium-235, the fissionable isotope contained in nuclear fuel,  but the uranium in Oklo, Gabon contained less then 0.3%.

So scientists around the world gathered in Gabon to explore this phenomenon. They have found that it is a highly technically designed underground nuclear reactor which is beyond the...

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Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress PDF Print E-mail
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Maya Riveland   

Book Review

Author Dai Sijie's story, a coming of age drama written in the year 2000 while he lived as an immigrant in France, paints a stunning picture of life in China with all its conundrums during the Cultural Revolution. The author's main theme revolves around people's twisted ideas of life under the Communists. The writer portrays the ludicrous way of life that many were forced to live in Mainland China during that era, and the futility of all the misguided...

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A Glance at Shen Yun Performing Arts PDF Print E-mail
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Kan Bao   

Shen Yun, a most unique presentation of traditional, divinely-inspired Chinese culture incorporating dance, music, mime and superb drums has taken New York City and the world by storm in the last few years! How did it get there and what is Shen Yun?

The Shen Yun Arts Troupe (also known as Divine Performing Arts) presently based in New York, has broken Broadway records for their skilled, colourful presentations around the English-speaking world, increasing attendances from year to...

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Toxic Foods, a By Product of Chinese Communist System PDF Print E-mail
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China Uncensored   

Recent exposure of the poisonous milk powder scandal in China has triggered a heated response from the mainland and international communities. According to renowned Beijing democracy activist Gao Hongming, the problems in food quality and pharmaceutical product control in China, is caused by wrongdoings and failures in the duties of many government officials. Moreover the system of the Chinese Communist regime's governance determines the difficulties in resolving these issues.

Gao...

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