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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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Questions on China for Trump and Clinton PDF Print E-mail
Global Stage
Sunday, 06 November 2016 07:44
Article by Chineses human rights activists, Yang Jianli, Founder and President of Initiatives for China, and Teng Biao, Visiting Scholar at The Institute for Advanced Study and New York University

We have watched the three presidential debates in dismay and surprise: While the third and final debate dealt with several important issues, it repeated a glaring omission of the prior two debates. Why hasn’t anybody raised questions about U.S. human rights...

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Taiwan Says China Hacking Has Reached 'Quasi-War' Level PDF Print E-mail
Global Stage
Sunday, 30 October 2016 08:53

U.S. network security experts say Chinese hackers recently launched a network attack targeting people attending a U.S.-Taiwan Defense Industry Conference.

Officials say the attempted attack took place this month at the conference in Williamsburg, Virginia, attended by defense officials, defense industry representatives, defense security experts and think-tank scholars.

Steven Adair, founder of Washington-area network security company Volexity, said the hacking attempt was...

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Former Chinese Hospital Worker’s Account of Organ Harvesting PDF Print E-mail
Real China
Wednesday, 19 October 2016 07:02

(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 home, the...

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New York Billboards About Communism’s Death Toll PDF Print E-mail
Global Stage
Wednesday, 19 October 2016 06:56

(Photo courtesy of FOFG)

A series of billboards appeared in Times Square as part of a Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation campaign. The Foundation is a Washington, D.C.- based organization dedicated to educating the public about communism’s legacy worldwide.

The billboards note that today, 1 in 5 people on earth live under communism; that it remains illegal to mention...

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Two Reports Savagely Criticize China’s Human Rights Record PDF Print E-mail
Global Stage
Wednesday, 12 October 2016 19:22

The U.S. Congressional Executive Commission on China (CECC), Annual Report 2016 and the British Conservative Party Human Rights Commission (CPHRC) have both been scathing of the Chinese Human rights record and the lack of progress and transparency since being granted entry to the World Trade Organisation in 2001.

 

The CECC says that “2016 will mark 15 years since China’s accession to the World Trade Organization (WTO). At that time, the Chinese...

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Why Did 3 People Die in Nato Bombing of Chinese Embassy? PDF Print E-mail
Real China
Tuesday, 20 September 2016 22:31

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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The Man Who Slapped Mao Zedong Three Times PDF Print E-mail
Kaleidoscope
Monday, 12 September 2016 16:46

When I was detained in a detention centre in the 1970’s, I met a man known as a ‘holdout’ because he refused to hand his land over to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) as in 1953 many farmers, including himself had received land from the CCP regime.

In January, 1975. I was arrested for “counter-revolutionary crimes’, and was first...

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Concerts to Celebrate Criminal Mao Cancelled in Australia PDF Print E-mail
Global Stage
Friday, 02 September 2016 08:16

So-called "Tribute Concerts for Chairman Mao" to be held in Sydney and Melbourne this weekend have been cancelled due to unprecedented protests from Chinese-Australians and ordinary Australians who were appalled that the life of the greatest mass-murderer in history would be 'celebrated' in a democratic country such as Australia.

 

The proposed tribute to Mao Zedong, marking the 40th anniversary of his death, touched a raw nerve among many Chinese-Australians, whose families...

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Are Marriages Destined? PDF Print E-mail
Kaleidoscope
Saturday, 27 August 2016 10:17

The bride, Miss Zhu Haiyan, and groom, Wang Min, were born in the same county in Henan province in China, and both were 25 years old, but they did not know each other.

Wang was introduced to Miss Zhu in 2011 by a friend when he retired from army service and returned home. Miss Zhu is an assistant in a dental clinic.

Once introduced, they were attracted to...

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Doctors' China Visit Sends Wrong Message PDF Print E-mail
Think Tank
Thursday, 25 August 2016 14:58

Australian doctors, Jeremy Chapman and Philip J. O’Connell, as representatives of the International Transplant Society (TTS), recently attended China's Organ Transplant forum, which had more published articles in Chinese, slandering Falun Gong and the International joint investigation into China's organ harvesting of...

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