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Buddhists Say Destiny is Ordained... PDF Print E-mail
Kaleidoscope
Friday, 22 January 2016 15:13

Life sometimes produce fascinating, extraordinary 'coincidences', not only by physical circumstance, but also psychologically.

Here are a few of the amazing ones:

* In 1975, a man riding a moped in Bermuda was accidentally struck and killed by a taxi that had one passenger. One year...

 
The Two Tank Men PDF Print E-mail
Think Tank
Saturday, 02 January 2016 14:52

In Washington, D.C. recently, my friend Alan Curtis invited me to watch Chimerica, which was written by the British playwright Lucy Kirkwood. The play focuses on finding clues to the identity of Tank Man, the iconic and still unknown protester from Tiananmen Square, and explores the contemporary...

 
Rally in Support of Lawsuits Against Jiang Zemin PDF Print E-mail
Global Stage
Saturday, 12 December 2015 16:14

A rally to support lawsuits against Jiang Zemin was held at Belmore Park, Sydney, Australia earlier this month.

The following is a speech by Bob Vinnicombe of the China Information website:

Today we rally for justice for all persecuted people in Communist China, by supporting the lawsuits filed by Falun Gong practitioners and their family members against former Communist Party boss Jiang Zemin. But our enemies are not only the Chinese Communist Party. Our

 
UN Committee Says Torture Deeply Entrenched in China PDF Print E-mail
Global Stage
Thursday, 10 December 2015 12:33

The United Nations Committee Against Torture (CAT) has concluded its review of the Chinese regime's compliance with the Convention against Torture.

In its document,

 
Beijing Smog Red Alert - First Ever PDF Print E-mail
Real China
Monday, 07 December 2015 09:25

Beijing has issued its first ever red alert warning for smog.

Half of the city's vehicles have been ordered off the road, and factories and schools are closing as the PM2.5 particle readings climbed toward 300 micrograms per cubic meter, compared with the World Health Organisation's safe level of 25. The heavy smog is not expected to improve until Thursday.

Since November 28, toxic air has smothered northern China, increasing to hazardous levels in the ensuing...

 
Rule -of-Law Or Ruled by Lies? PDF Print E-mail
Global Stage
Sunday, 29 November 2015 16:55

The following is a recent speech given at a presentation titled, "The Future of Human Rights in China," by Peng Yongfeng a lawyer who practiced in China before coming to the United States. He currently works for the Human Rights Law Foundation in Washington, D.C..


You probably have read from newspapers that China has...

 
Human Rights and Governance in China Today PDF Print E-mail
Global Stage
Monday, 16 November 2015 07:28

This past summer, party-state President Xi Jinping launched an all-out attack on China’s fragile human rights legal community. Since taking the Communist Party leadership in 2013, Xi has increasingly cracked down on what he views as western-style freedoms in China. The hopes of the Chinese people and their friends around the world for gradual reform, leading to the rule of law, a sustainable natural environment, and democracy-no doubt one with very Chinese characteristics-have been set...

 
Covert Radio Network Part of China's 'Soft Power' Strategy PDF Print E-mail
Global Stage
Wednesday, 04 November 2015 16:37

The US Federal Communications Commission and the Justice Department are investigating a California firm whose U.S. radio broadcasts are backed by a subsidiary of the Chinese government.

Both investigations come come after a recent Reuters...

 
Corrupt Official Gets Chinese Bloggers Excited PDF Print E-mail
Real China
Saturday, 24 October 2015 21:51

On 24th Oct, state media reported that the Chinese Anti-Corruption Department had arrested the General Secretary of the Chinese Taoist Association, Wang Zheyi, who is also the communist party branch secretary of the Taoist Society for criminal offences, and that other "improper activities" are under investigation.

Chinese...

 
Insurance for a Moral Dilemma PDF Print E-mail
Real China
Friday, 23 October 2015 22:28

Chinese online bill-pay system, Alipay, belonging to the Alibaba group, and similar to the western Paypal, recently issued a new insurance policy, to partly indemnify those who help the elderly after they fall in the streets.

What does this mean?

In China, people are afraid to help if they see an elderly person fall in the...

 
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