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Navarro Appointment Signals China Relationship Will Not be 'Business as Usual' PDF Print E-mail
Global Stage
Friday, 23 December 2016 07:21

The appointment of Peter Navarro, a strident China critic to lead the incoming Trump Administration's newly formed National Trade Council, sends a clear message that the U.S - Chine relationship will not be 'business as usual' after January 20th, 2017.

 

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Is China Cutting Its Ties to North Korea? PDF Print E-mail
Real China
Thursday, 22 December 2016 07:45

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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U.S. Files Trade Challenge Against China PDF Print E-mail
Global Stage
Saturday, 17 December 2016 10:24

Amid new tensions with China, the Obama administration on Thursday launched its 15th challenge against Beijing at the World Trade Organization, escalating a long-simmering debate over practices that U.S. officials say limit American farmers' ability to export rice, wheat and corn to the Asian powerhouse.

The administration says it is trying to hold China to its commitment to allow set quantities of grain and corn to enter the country subject to a lower tariff rate.  China agreed...

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Global Magnitsky Act Could be Huge Weapon Against Chinese Human Rights Abusers PDF Print E-mail
Global Stage
Saturday, 10 December 2016 11:41

The Global Magnitsky Human Rights Accountability Act, which passed the U.S. Congress in a 92-7 vote on December 8 should be a warning to human rights abusers around the world and particularly in China.

The act allows the president to deny U.S. visas and freeze U.S.-based assets of human rights abusers and corrupt foreign officials. Many Chinese who are corrupt and/or responsible for crimes against humanity, such as the organ harvesting of prisoners of conscience, especially...

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Trump-Taiwan Call is Good for Democracy and Human Rights PDF Print E-mail
Global Stage
Monday, 05 December 2016 10:17

President-elect Donald Trump's short conversation with President Tsai Ing-wen of Taiwan has provoked the usual bluster and threats from the Chinese communist regime and the accusations from western 'democracies' and media that he is a loose cannon with no idea of diplomacy and that he threatens ties with China.

Breath of fresh air

Whether it was a calculated move by Trump or not, it sends a message to the communist regime that the status quo of the United States...

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American Student's Human Rights Poster Censored on LinkedIn PDF Print E-mail
Global Stage
Sunday, 20 November 2016 08:33

George Mason University senior April Yoo took home a $1,000 first prize for her winning entry in a human rights poster design competition. But on Nov. 2, shortly after she announced her good news on LinkedIn, she received a message from the social network saying that her profile was blocked in China.

The subject of the poster...

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A Form of Genocide Cloaked in Modern Medical Scrubs PDF Print E-mail
Global Stage
Sunday, 13 November 2016 13:24


The Conservative Party Human Rights Commission (CPHRC)
has released a report that calls on the British government to publically condemn the continuing practice of forced organ harvesting in China and to seek a United Nations Commission of Inquiry to assess whether this practice could amount to a crime against humanity under international law.

The CPHRC heard that the scale of organ harvesting in China is much higher than previously...

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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...

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