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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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The Secret Dreams Of Zhou Yongkang and Bo Xilai PDF Print E-mail
Real China
Saturday, 27 June 2015 00:21

Zhou Yongkang had a dream to make his son, Zhou Bing the first "elected president of China"; Bo Xilai, too, dreamed of making his son Bo Guagua, a...

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Stories You Won't Find in Text Books In Communist China PDF Print E-mail
Kaleidoscope
Monday, 15 June 2015 00:16

Confucius emphasized that a person needs to uphold five characteristics or moral standards: “仁、义、礼、智、信” = “Ren–Yi-Li-Zhi-Xin”: Kindness and generosity, loyalty and justness, politeness and respectfulness, possess wisdom and learning, trust and honesty. These are the core principles of Confucianism, and was a...

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Insight into Zhou Yongkang's Lenient Sentence PDF Print E-mail
Think Tank
Saturday, 13 June 2015 23:58

On 11th June, the former member of the Politburo Standing Committee, Mr. Zhou Yongkang was sentenced to life imprisonment and he expressed remorse in the court.

 

Some Chinese bloggers questioned the sentence, feeling it was too lenient eg. "If Zhou was sentenced to life in prison, than there should be no death penalty anywhere...

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Miss World Canada Reveals Beijing’s Totalitarianism PDF Print E-mail
Global Stage
Friday, 12 June 2015 18:12

The party-state in Beijing is again revealing its totalitarian colors to the world through its conduct toward Canadian citizen Anastasia Lin.

Lin, 25, has for several years been a vocal critic of China’s government for its brutal persecution of spiritual minorities, most notably the Falun Gong, Christian, Tibetan Buddhist, and...

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Zeng Qinghong’s Daughter-in-law Launders Billions PDF Print E-mail
Real China
Thursday, 11 June 2015 23:58

The daughter-in-law of Zeng Qinghong, (former vice-president of the Chinese regime), Jiang Mei, was reported by overseas Chinese media as working with Dai Yongge, to launder billions of yuan overseas for corrupt officials.

Who is Dai Yongge?  Dai, born into an ordinary family in Heilongjiang province in China, earned his fame (shame)

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Political Wrestling Behind Aung San Suu Kyi’s Visit to China PDF Print E-mail
Global Stage
Wednesday, 10 June 2015 23:21

Chinese media last week revealed that the Department of Foreign Affairs was against the visit of Aung San Suu Kyi, who was invited by Chinese leader Xi.

The visit of Nobel Peace Prize winner and opposition leader of Burma, Ms. Aung San Suu Kyi to China, to meet Xi and Li Keqiang was announced in Chinese newspapers, not by the Foreign Affairs...

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