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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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Hacking and Espionage Fuel China’s Growth PDF Print E-mail
Real China
Wednesday, 16 September 2015 18:30

For more than two years, Epoch Times has been investigating the shadowy organizations behind the Chinese regime’s cyberattacks. Through research and on-and-off-the-record interviews with experts in the defense and intelligence community, it has exposed the structure of China’s spy organizations, their involvement in human rights abuses, and how they developed a system to steal innovation from the West.

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Australian Senator Warns of China Threat PDF Print E-mail
Global Stage
Wednesday, 09 September 2015 14:49

Independent Australian Senator Jacqui Lambie has warned in a speech in the Australian Senate on the 8th September that China's actions in the South China Sea compromised Australia's national security and sovereignty.

She said that in May. media articles described the reactions of two cabinet ministers to China's relationship with Australia: "Firstly, we have...

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United Nations International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearances PDF Print E-mail
Real China
Sunday, 30 August 2015 18:09

An appeal to all Member States to join the global convention banning the secret abduction or imprisonment of persons has been made by the UN Secretary-General on the fourth International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearances.

In a message on the Day, observed annually on 30 August, Ban Ki-moon denounced the "alarming" number of acts that are tantamount to forced disappearances.

Some men arrive. They force their way into a family’s home, rich or poor...

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Xi Jinping's House Inspection in Poorest County Town PDF Print E-mail
Real China
Sunday, 23 August 2015 09:50

Guizhou Government buildingChina's Guizhou province is the poorest area in China, with many villages still receiving a special government allowance. In the past couple of decades, much of the allowance funds have been"highjacked" by top officials, and cases of people...

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Australian Politicians take their orders from the Chinese Communist Party PDF Print E-mail
Global Stage
Tuesday, 18 August 2015 17:31

On Tuesday 12th August an extremely importing briefing was held in the
Waratah Room NSW Parliament house relating to the killing of political
prisoners in China for the purpose of selling their organs.

Eminent speakers were Dr Sophia Bryskine of Doctors Against Forced Organ
Harvesting (DAFOH), Andrea Tokaji, lawyer from Fighting for Justice
Foundation (who knows about communism first hand as her family escaped
from Ceaucescu’s Romania in 1987) and...

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Open letter to International Olympic Committee PDF Print E-mail
Global Stage
Friday, 24 July 2015 09:25

A joint letter has been sent today to members of the International Olympics Committee calling on them to reject Beijing’s bid to host the 2022 Winter Olympics. The letter is signed by the president of the World Uyghur Congress, the director of the Southern Mongolian Human Rights Information Center, the president of Initiatives for China and a former Tibetan political prisoner, jailed and tortured for actions related to the Beijing Olympic Games in 2008.

The IOC will announce...

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The Tuidang Movement: Freeing Hearts and Minds in China PDF Print E-mail
Real China
Wednesday, 22 July 2015 16:09

On July 1, 2015, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) marked its 94th anniversary with celebrations extolling the “glorious history” of the Party. People in a dyeing and weaving factory in Xiangtan City, Hunan Province chose a different approach. All 1,000 Party members in the factory renounced their membership in the CCP together.

This revealed an ongoing, but not widely reported phenomenon in China: Tuidang (退党), the movement to renounce Communism.

It is not an...

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60,000 Lawsuits Against Jiang Jemin Accepted in China PDF Print E-mail
Real China
Saturday, 18 July 2015 17:51

Several provisions of China’s Supreme People’s Court took effect on May 1, stating that the courts will now accept written complaints without exception, in order to protect citizens’ legal right to sue. These complaints cannot be automatically rejected as they were in the past. As a result, a flood of lawsuits has come in against...

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Family Call for Answers Over Cremation of Tenzin Delek Rinpoche PDF Print E-mail
Global Stage
Friday, 17 July 2015 09:31

Following confirmation that the body of Tibetan political prisoner Tenzin Delek Rinpoche was cremated in prison on the 16th July, Free Tibet has obtained letters from his family to prison authorities demanding that they provide legal justifications for their...

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Rally Supports Criminal Charges Against Jiang Zemin PDF Print E-mail
Global Stage
Monday, 06 July 2015 09:51

(Speakers at the rally in Sydney on 5th July 2015.)

A speech by Bob Vinnicombe of China Information.com.au at a rally in Sydney, Australia in support of the

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