Steve Bannon, Guo Wengui warn that China might attack Taiwan, urge the West to unite against Beijing

Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon and Chinese dissident billionaire Guo Wengui claimed in a video released on February 7 that China might attack Taiwan in the coming years. In the three-hour-long video Steve Bannon argued that China will attack Taiwan to distract from domestic issues, especially its economic woes. He said that as … Continue reading Steve Bannon, Guo Wengui warn that China might attack Taiwan, urge the West to unite against Beijing

Is democracy possible in China? Democratic thought in Chinese history – Sun Yat-sen, Lin Yutang, Carsun Chang

Since the founding of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) in 1949, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has dominated public discourse through its control of the media and education. The CCP has thus successfully promoted an image of China that suits its own interests. One of the key elements of CCP propaganda is its opposition … Continue reading Is democracy possible in China? Democratic thought in Chinese history – Sun Yat-sen, Lin Yutang, Carsun Chang

Daughter-In-Law Of China’s Former Security Tsar Zhou Yongkang Slams Lack Of Rule Of Law, Apologizes To Victims Of Communist Repression

The daughter-in-law of China’s former security tsar Zhou Yongkang has revealed on Twitter that she has not seen her husband for 2 months, and has criticized the Communist Party elite for not implementing a fair judicial system based on the rule of law. On January 31 Huang Wan, the daughter-in-law of Zhou Yongkang, wrote on … Continue reading Daughter-In-Law Of China’s Former Security Tsar Zhou Yongkang Slams Lack Of Rule Of Law, Apologizes To Victims Of Communist Repression

China Wants To Extend “One Belt, One Road Initiative” To The Korean Peninsula

The People’s Republic of China (PRC) wants to extend its “One Belt, One Road Initiative” to the Korean Peninsula. Beijing’s plan comes after the historic summit between South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, which took place from September 18 to September 20 in Pyongyang. During the meeting the two sides … Continue reading China Wants To Extend “One Belt, One Road Initiative” To The Korean Peninsula

Taiwan Rebuts China’s Espionage Accusations

On September 15 China Central Television (CCTV) broadcast two reports alleging that Taiwanese intelligence agents blackmailed mainland Chinese students on the island into spying on behalf of Taipei. Today CCTV aired the first part of a “Report on Countering The Work of Taiwanese Spies” (反台湾间谍工作集中报导), claiming that Taiwanese intelligence agents targeted exchange students from mainland … Continue reading Taiwan Rebuts China’s Espionage Accusations

China Has Drawn Up Legislation To Crack Down On Religious Speech Online

The government of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) has drawn up new legislation which could further restrict religious freedom. On September 10 China’s State Administration for Religious Affairs (国家宗教事务局, SARA) released a draft Regulation for Internet Religious Information Services (互联网宗教信息服务管理办法) for public comment. The draft law restricts the free flow of online information on … Continue reading China Has Drawn Up Legislation To Crack Down On Religious Speech Online

Xiamen University Professor Dismissed After Posting Comments Calling China An ‘Inferior Nation’

A Chinese university professor has been dismissed after he posted comments on Weibo calling China an ‘inferior nation’ and criticizing Chinese society. Zhou Yunzhong (周运中) was an assistant professor of history at the University of Xiamen, a city in southern China. Zhou was fired due to a post he had uploaded on China’s micro-blogging website … Continue reading Xiamen University Professor Dismissed After Posting Comments Calling China An ‘Inferior Nation’

Chinese Media Blast US Airline For Creative Solution To Differentiate China And Taiwan On Website

In July 44 airlines complied with a request made by the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) to abide by the so-called ‘one-China policy‘ and changed Taiwan’s name to ‘Taiwan, China‘ on their websites. However, United Airlines, which was among the companies that were required to adhere to Beijing’s demands, found a creative way to … Continue reading Chinese Media Blast US Airline For Creative Solution To Differentiate China And Taiwan On Website

Chinese Media Denounce IKEA For Violating ‘One-China Principle’, Demand Taiwan Be Removed From Countries’ List

Chinese state media have denounced IKEA for listing Taiwan as a country alongside China and have demanded the Swedish company abide by the ‘one-China’ principle. The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) mouthpiece Global Times recently published an article criticizing IKEA  for listing Taiwan as a country and not as part of China. Chinese netizens uploaded on Weibo … Continue reading Chinese Media Denounce IKEA For Violating ‘One-China Principle’, Demand Taiwan Be Removed From Countries’ List

PLA Admiral Argues That China Can Occupy Taiwan In Three Days

In his book The Chinese Invasion Threat, Ian Easton,  research fellow at the Project 2049 Institute, argued that China has developed secret plans to invade Taiwan by 2020. Since Xi Jinping took office in 2012, Beijing has become increasingly bellicose, attempting to isolate Taiwan internationally and threatening it with war. Some believe that Xi, who in … Continue reading PLA Admiral Argues That China Can Occupy Taiwan In Three Days