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Chinese New Year 2016: Year of the Monkey

The Chinese New Year occurs on Monday, Feb. 8, this year, marking the start of the Year of the Monkey, a symbol of creativity and inspiration. The Chinese characters say “Golden Monkey brings a Happy New Year!” (SM Yang/Epoch Times)
The Chinese New Year occurs on Monday, Feb. 8, this year, marking the start of the Year of the Monkey, a symbol of creativity and inspiration. The Chinese characters say “Golden Monkey brings a Happy New Year!” (SM Yang/Epoch Times)

Feb. 8, 2016, marks the Chinese New Year and the beginning of the Year of the Monkey, a symbol of creativity and inspiration in the...


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  • Enjoy fresh, new beginnings in 2016. May the New Year bring health and happiness, realized potentials, and welcomed opportunities to make aspirations come true. (Ian Kruft)

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  • A Ming Dynasty painting depicting the “Three Friends of Winter”—the pine, bamboo, and plum blossom—titled “Three Friends and 100 Birds” by artist Bian Wenjin, also known as Bian Jingzhao. (Wikimedia Commons)

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  • He Huaihong (L), professor of philosophy at Peking University in Beijing, and Cheng Li, director, John L. Thornton China Center, The Brookings Institution, discuss moral decay and ethical awakening in China, at Brookings on Nov. 6. (Gary Feuerberg/Epoch Times)

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  • The statues of the Terracotta Warriors from 210-209 BC that were berried with Emperor Qin, the First Emperor of China, are on display along with other artifacts found in Times Square at the Discovery Museum on May 15, 2012. (Benjamin Chasteen/The Epoch Times)

    Bringing Down a Demon Tyrant: Good vs. Evil in a Chinese Folktale

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  • Soprano Haolan Geng of the Shen Yun Symphony Orchestra at Carnegie Hall in New York on Oct. 5, 2013. (Dai Bing/Epoch Times)

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  • A young Chinese worshipper prays during the Christmas Eve mass at a Catholic church in Beijing on Dec. 24, 2014. (Fred Dufour/AFP/Getty Images)

    Chinese Authorities Tear More Crosses Off Churches

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  • The Tianjin First Central Hospital appears to have transplanted many more organs than it says it did, with no known supply. Researchers say the organs likely came from prisoners of conscience languishing in China's labor camps. (Epoch Times)

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  • Yolanda Yao appeals for the release of her parents during a rally in front of the Chinese Consulate in San Francisco on Dec. 9, 2015 (Epoch Times)

    Bay Area Resident Yolanda Yao Needs Your Help: Parents Illegally Detained in China

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  • Paramilitary police officers stop a woman as she protests on her knees in front of the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on March 13, 2015.  (GREG BAKER/AFP/Getty Images)

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  • A person uses a computer in Shenyang, China, in this file photo. (AP Photo)

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    NEW YORK—The headquarters of the Epoch Media Group in New York City was recently hit by cyberattacks, the continuation of a campaign aimed at crippling... Read more

  • Peter Dahlin, a Swedish co-founder of a human rights group, speaks on camera in an unknown location. (CCTV via AP Video)

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    BEIJING—The Chinese regime has released and deported a Swedish man it accused of training and funding unlicensed lawyers in the country, after he made an... Read more

  • Chinese police violently detain a practitioner of the spiritual discipline Falun Gong on Tiananmen Square in Beijing on Oct. 1, 2000. (AP Photo/Chien-min Chung)

    A Small Documentary About a Massive Persecution

    A peaceful spiritual discipline becomes popular in China and unwittingly incurs the wrath of the Chinese Communist Party. A suppression order is given, and tens... Read more

  • Firefighters and bomb squad arrived at BP International Hotel after a bomb threat which interrupts the 2016 Falun Dafa Cultivation Sharing Conference. (Sung Cheong-lung/Epoch Times)

    Falun Gong Conference in Hong Kong Derailed by Bomb Scare

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  • Chinese paramilitary police officers watch over pedestrians in the Wangfujing shopping district in Beijing on Oct. 24, 2014. (Greg Baker/AFP/Getty Images)

    Foreign Jurists Call for Release of Detained Chinese Lawyers

    BEIJING—Twenty prominent lawyers and jurists from Europe, North America, Australia, and Pakistan on Monday, Jan. 18, urged Chinese leader Xi Jinping to release a dozen Chinese... Read more

  • Chinese soldiers ride on the back of a truck as they patrol outside the Id Kah Mosque in Kashgar, China's Xinjiang region, on July 31, 2014. (Getty Images)

    China’s Fight Against Terrorism in Xinjiang Could Stir Social Unrest

    In creating new laws to combat religious extremism, the Chinese Communist Party could be creating a self-fulfilling prophecy. Nayim Yassen, a top Party official in... Read more

  • Chinese human rights lawyer Wang Yu in Beijing on April 18, 2015. (AP Photo/Mark Schiefelbein)

    Chinese Lawyer Faces Life in Prison for Pursuing Justice

    The Chinese Communist Party used to label its perceived political challengers as “counterrevolutionaries.” Today, “state subversion” has inherited the mantle as the Party’s catch-all charge... Read more

  • Police officers take away a supporter of rights lawyer Pu Zhiqiang near the Beijing Second Intermediate People's Court during Pu's trial in Beijing, Monday, Dec. 14, 2015. (AP Photo/Andy Wong)

    China Arrests Rights Lawyers 6 Months After Taking Them Away

    BEIJING—Several Chinese rights lawyers, including a woman who represented high-profile women’s rights advocates, have been formally arrested on state subversion charges about six months after... Read more

  • The picture of Che Pingping taken in the summer of 2003 at Changchun. (Picture provided by Wang Tingting)

    New Yorkers Try to Rescue Persecuted Friend, Emaciated by Hunger Strike, in China

    In the summer of 2006, Che Pingping leapt from the fifth floor of the college building she was working in. Upon landing, she fractured her... Read more

  • French journalist Ursula Gauthier, a reporter in China for the French news magazine L'Obs, checks her cellphone as she waits at Bejing Capital International Airport in Beijing on Dec. 31, 2015. (AP Photo/Mark Schiefelbein)

    The French Journalist Who Became Public Enemy No. 1 in China

    Veteran China journalist Ursula Gauthier, who has worked for Le Nouvel Observateur and Le Monde, is back in Paris now. Earlier this month, Chinese authorities... Read more

  • Chinese people buy decorations for the upcoming Chinese Lunar New Year of the sheep in Beijing on Feb. 12. (Lintao Zhang/Getty Images)

    Chinese New Year Decorations Must Be Politically Correct in China

    With the Lunar New Year fast approaching, people in China are preparing to put up decorations like lanterns and red scrolls bearing festive calligraphy to... Read more

  • Luo Yu, son of revolutionary Chinese Communist Party leader Luo Ruiqing, speaks to Epoch Times and New Tang Dynasty Television on Dec. 12, 2015. (Epoch Times)

    Son of Chinese Revolutionary to Xi Jinping: Redress Injustices First Step to Democracy

    If Chinese regime leader Xi Jinping wishes to set China on the path of democratic reform while in office, he must earn the support and... Read more

  • Protesters try to stick photos of missing booksellers during a protest outside the Liaison of the Central People's Government in Hong Kong on Jan. 3, 2016. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)

    Hong Kong Unsettled by Case of 5 Missing Booksellers

    HONG KONG—Hong Kong pro-democracy lawmakers said on Jan. 3 that they will press the city’s government for answers after a fifth employee of a publisher went missing... Read more

  • (L-R) Gao Shen and He Juan attend a human rights event in San Francisco, California on Dec. 14, 2015. (Liang Bo/Epoch Times)

    Lives of 4 Wives Forced Into Exile

    Chu Ling’s heart sank when her landlady ran to the door of her fourth floor apartment in Thailand. “Ling, quickly, get some clothes on and... Read more

  • French journalist Ursula Gauthier (R) a reporter in China for the French news magazine L'Obs, speaks to the media in her apartment before leaving for the airport in Beijing on Dec. 31, 2015. (AP Photo/Mark Schiefelbein)

    French Journalist Leaving China After Being Forced Out

    BEIJING—A French journalist is leaving China after being denied press credentials and facing heavy criticism from the Foreign Ministry and state media over her reporting. Ursula... Read more

  • Christopher Noble, an instructor at The International Butler Academy China, demonstrates the proper technique to pour wine, in Chengdu, China, on Sept. 16, 2014. (Taylor Weidman/Getty Images)

    The Butler’s Uphill Battle in China

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  • Used wooden chopsticks at a roasted mutton stall on a street on March 23, 2006 in Changchun of Jilin Province, China. (China Photos/Getty Images)

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  • A Chinese boy screams out in pain as he gets inoculated against measles in eastern China’s Anhui province on Sept. 11, 2010. Police stopped an illegal business selling tainted vaccines in Shandong Province. (STR/AFP/Getty Images)

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  • A worker drags tiles in a tile factory in Foshan of Guangdong Province on Sept. 26, 2008. Construction materials from China have been found to be hazardous. (China Photos/Getty Images).

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    Accused by an Old Woman, This Chinese High School Student Now Has to Pay $23,000

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  • (L-R) A demolition crew is seen tearing down shop buildings in the city of Lu'an, Anhui Province, and shop owners speak to the Chinese press after the demolition in a broadcast dated Jan. 26, 2016. (Screen shot/Phoenix Television)

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  • (L-R): Chicken wings are seen before a chicken wing eating contest in Washington D.C. on July 29, 2015; and Chinese investors at a brokerage house in Shanghai on Jan. 27, 2016. (PAUL J. RICHARDS/AFP/Getty Images and JOHANNES EISELE/AFP/Getty Images)

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    WATCH: Chinese Police Wrestle Body of 3-Year-Old From Grieving Parents

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  • Over 8,000 human rights activists, members of The Global Service for Quitting the Chinese Communist Party, and Falun Gong practitioners, hold a rally in front of the United Nations in New York on May 15, 2015, celebrating over 200 million Chinese people who have quit the Chinese party. (Youth Ma/Epoch Times)

    8,000 in New York Rally to Support 200 Million Chinese Who Have Quit Communism

    NEW YORK—Gathering near the United Nations in Dag Hammarskjold Park, around 8,000 people attended a rally supporting Tuidang, the movement dedicated to ending the Chinese... Read more

  • Ms. Jiang Xiuju, a 58 years old Han-Chinese woman, detained at Hwaseong Fortress Foreigners' Detention Center in South Korea since July 2014, is currently facing deportation back to China despite letters from members of the U.S. Congress and European Union Parliament sent earlier against  deportation. (Epoch Times)

    56 Falun Gong Practitioners in South Korea Face Deportation to Persecution in China

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  • The cover of the book, "Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party," by Epoch Times. The book started the "Tuidang" (Quit the Party) movement in China. (Epoch Times)

    Where the ‘Nine Commentaries’ Ends, the ‘Tuidang’ Movement Begins

    In 2004, the Chinese edition of Epoch Times published its defining editorial series, the “Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party“. By writing honestly about the brutality and deception the... Read more

  • ong Yi, chairperson of the Tuidang Center (L), presents a certificate to a Chinese student during a rally near the United Nations in New York on Sept. 28, 2014. Many Chinese people risk arrest for taking part in the Tuidang movement. (Edward Dai/Epoch Times)

    Uttering ‘Tuidang’ in China Can Get You Arrested

    The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) doesn’t acknowledge the existence of the Tuidang Movement—the grass-roots movement born in 2004 that helps Chinese quit the Communist Party and... Read more

  • 2,500 people took part in a rally and a parade in Taipei to celebrate more than 100 million Chinese people who have quit the CCP on Sept. 4, 2011. (Courtesy of Tuidang.org)

    200 Million Chinese Renounce the Communist Party

    Tuidang, Chinese for “Quit the Party,” is likely history’s largest grass-roots movement. First started in 2004, as of April 14 it has garnered 200 million... Read more

  • Falun Gong practitioners hold a banner condemning the 610 Office in a protest opposite the Chinese Embassy in Washington, D.C., on April 21. (Minghui.org)

    Office Persecuting Falun Gong in China Reports Failure

    In 1999, Chinese communist leader Jiang Zemin decided to destroy Falun Gong, a peaceful spiritual practice based on traditional Chinese principles. A shadowy Communist Party... Read more

  • John Nania, editor-in-chief of the English-language editions of the Epoch Times, speaking at the Nine Commentaries 10th anniversary forum in the Capitol Visitor's Center in Washington, D.C., on Dec. 3, 2014. (Lisa Fan/Epoch Times)

    The ‘Nine Commentaries’ Shows the Path to China’s Future

    Twenty-three years ago this month, thousands of intelligent and well-educated expert watchers of the Soviet Union were caught like deer in the headlights when they... Read more

  • A rally is held in North Point, Hong Kong, on Dec. 7 to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the publication of the “Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party.”
(CS Poon/Epoch Times)

    Hong Kong Rally Commemorates ‘Nine Commentaries’

    People from all over the world rallied in Hong Kong’s North Point on Dec. 7 to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the book Nine Commentaries... Read more

  • (L to R) Richard Fisher, John Nania, Joseph Rees, Wei Jingsheng (with interpreter and colleague Huang Ciping), Joseph Bosco, and Charles Lee, prepare to speak at a forum on the publication of the "Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party" at Capitol Hill on Dec. 3. (Lisa Fan/Epoch Times)

    Rebuilding China, One Renunciation at a Time

    WASHINGTON, D.C.—Ten years ago, this newspaper published a no-holds-barred editorial series examining and criticizing the Chinese Communist Party, the political regime that has ruled China... Read more

  • Leonid Kravchuk, the first president of independent Ukraine and a former Soviet official who resigned from the communist party in 1991, speaks in an interview with NTD Television (Screenshot/NTDTV)

    First Post-Soviet President of Ukraine Praises “Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party”

    In 1991, the communist leader of Ukraine, Leonid Kravchuk, renounced Marx and declared his republic’s independence from the disintegrating Soviet Union, becoming the first president... Read more

  • Illustrations by "Daxiong" (pen name of Guo Jingxiong), art and composition by Luis Novaes. (Epoch Times)

    The Book That Is Changing China Is Ten Years Old

    On Nov. 19, 2004 the Chinese-language Epoch Times published the first part in a nine-part editorial series called “Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party.” By... Read more

  • The Chinese characters say 'Renounce the Chinese Communist Party.' (Epoch Times)

    ‘We Have Been Deceived All Our Lives’

    Editor’s note: The Epoch Times publishes here direct translations of statements made by Chinese people who have renounced the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and its... Read more

  • Ms Liao has volunteered, helping people renounce the CCP, outside of Tsim Sha Tsui East in Hong Kong for 9 years. (Epoch Times)

    Ninth Anniversary of ‘Nine Commentaries’ Finds Mainlanders Busy Quitting the Party

    HONG KONG—Nov. 19 is the ninth anniversary of the publication of “Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party,” an editorial series by Epoch Times that is... Read more

  • The Chinese characters say 'Renounce the Chinese Communist Party.' (Epoch Times)

    ‘I Look Forward to the CCP Gangsters’ Judgment Day!’

    Editor’s note: The Epoch Times publishes here direct translations of statements made by Chinese people who have renounced the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and its... Read more

  • The Chinese characters say 'Renounce the Chinese Communist Party.' (Epoch Times)

    ‘We want to quit from the evil party’

    Chinese nationals declare their withdrawals from the Chinese Communist Party Editor’s note: The Epoch Times publishes here direct translations of statements made by Chinese people... Read more

  • On April 24, 2011, Falun Gong practitioners and human rights activists in Hong Kong held a parade to protest against the persecution of Falun Gong in China, and to commemorate the 12th anniversary of the April 25 Peaceful Appeal (This refers to April 25, 1999, when 10,000 Falun Gong practitioners held a peaceful appeal in Beijing for the release of 45 practitioners detained in Tianjin City). The large banner reads "Have you withdrawn yet?" (Epoch Times)

    140 Million Chinese Withdraw from Embattled Communist Party

    Public resentment continues to seethe over widespread grievances of injustice and unfairness, while social unrest continues to escalate across the country. After suffering decades of... Read more

  • The Chinese characters say 'Renounce the Chinese Communist Party.' (The Epoch Times)

    Tuidang Statements May 20-23

    Editor’s note: The Epoch Times publishes here direct translations of statements made by Chinese people who have renounced the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and its... Read more

  • Baiqiao Tang, chairman of China Peace, and a leading Chinese dissident, speaks at a rally calling for an end to the persecution of Falun Gong in China in front of the United Nations building in New York City on May 17, 2013. (Edward Dai/The Epoch Times)

    Chinese Quit Communist Party, Heralding a New China

    NEW YORK—Members of the Chinese Communist Party are leaving the party by the tens of thousands, like the grains of sand slipping through the CCP’s... Read more

  • The Chinese characters say 'Renounce the Chinese Communist Party.' (The Epoch Times)

    Selected Tuidang Statements, May 8

    Editor’s note: The Epoch Times publishes here direct translations of statements made by Chinese people who have renounced the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and its... Read more

  • The Chinese characters say 'Renounce the Chinese Communist Party.' (The Epoch Times)

    Selected Tuidang Statements in April 2013

    Editor’s note: The Epoch Times here publishes direct translations of statements made by Chinese people in ‘renouncing’ the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and its subordinate... Read more

  • The Tianjin First Central Hospital appears to have transplanted many more organs than it says it did, with no known supply. Researchers say the organs likely came from prisoners of conscience languishing in China's labor camps. (Epoch Times)

    Investigative Report: A Hospital Built for Murder

    By 2006, from his base at the Tianjin First Central Hospital, Dr. Shen Zhongyang had performed over 1,600 liver transplantations, boastful Chinese media reports say... Read more

  • Paramilitary police officers stop a woman as she protests on her knees in front of the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on March 13, 2015.  (GREG BAKER/AFP/Getty Images)

    Raped and Almost Killed for Her Organs, Chinese Woman Tells Horrifying Story

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  • Luo Yu, son of revolutionary Chinese Communist Party leader Luo Ruiqing, speaks to Epoch Times and New Tang Dynasty Television on Dec. 12, 2015. (Epoch Times)

    Son of Chinese Revolutionary to Xi Jinping: Redress Injustices First Step to Democracy

    If Chinese regime leader Xi Jinping wishes to set China on the path of democratic reform while in office, he must earn the support and... Read more

  • Doctors carry fresh organs for transplant at a hospital in Henan Province, China, on Aug. 16, 2012. (Screenshot via Sohu.com)

    China’s Transplant Tourism Is Murder on Demand

    With their tenets for daily living of truthfulness, compassion, and tolerance, thousands of Falun Gong practitioners from around the world, in yellow T-shirts emblazoned with “Falun... Read more

  • Falun Gong practitioners act out a scene of stealing human organs to sell during a demonstration in Taipei on July 20, 2014. (Mandy Cheng/AFP/Getty Images)

    Hope That China Will Stop Killing Prisoners for Organs Is a Dream, Say Experts

    A recent medical report by medical experts shows a conflict between organ transplantation practices in China and the West. The report states concerns that “organs... Read more

  • China's former Vice Minister of Health Huang Jiefu at the inauguration of the Conference of Ministers of Health, Agriculture/Livestock on Avian Influenza Control and Pandemic Preparedness in Asia, in New Delhi, India, on July 28, 2006. (AP Photo/Manish Swarup)

    Huang Jiefu’s Sleight of Hand: Hiding the Organ Harvesting Taking Place in Plain Sight

    Dr. Huang Jiefu, Beijing’s point man for selling its murderous organ transplantation system to the world, has been on a roll. In October, Beijing Youth... Read more

  • Liberal MP Judy Sgro was one of severl MPs who attened a rally on Parliament Hill on Dec. 9, 2015, and spoke in support of ending the campaign of persecution agains Falun Gong practitioners in China that was launched in 1999. (Evan Ning/Epoch Times)

    Canadian MPs Speak Out on 16-Year Persecution of Falun Gong in China

    PARLIAMENT HILL—Some 700 people gathered on Parliament Hill on Dec. 9, the eve of Human Rights Day, to deliver 95,000 petition signatures to Prime Minister... Read more

  • A woman (L) rides a bicycle past the entrance of the 301 military hospital in Beijing on July 6, 2011. China's huge online police force is apparently censoring Internet discussion about former president Jiang Zemin, whose absence from a key Communist Party event sparked rumours he was seriously ill. According to other unconfirmed Internet postings, Jiang was currently being treated at the 301 military hospital in Beijing, where top Chinese leaders often receive medical care. AFP PHOTO / LIU JIN (Photo credit should read LIU JIN/AFP/Getty Images)

    Peace Award Given to Chinese Transplant Official, but Not All Celebrate

    To his champions in the West, he has brought transparency to a secretive system; to his critics, he has worked to cover up mass crimes... Read more

  • John Perry (R) talks to a fellow student at Georgia Tech University in Atlanta on Nov. 16, 2015. (Mary Silver/Epoch Times)

    Student Leads Effort to Condemn Organ Harvesting

    When 20-year-old John Perry began to practice Falun Gong in late May, he felt a duty to tell people about the danger other Falun Gong... Read more

  • Foreign Affairs Committee chairman Rep. Ed Royce (R-Calif.) at a hearing in Washington, D.C., on June 2, 2015. (Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images)

    Chair of Foreign Affairs Committee Supports US Condemnation of Organ Harvesting in China

    Last year, approximately 20,000 people from U.S. Congressional District 39 in California signed a petition to support a house resolution condemning forced organ harvesting in... Read more

  • Hong Kong’s former Chief Executive Donald Tsang addresses the media outside the Eastern Court in Hong Kong on Oct 5. 
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    Good Rewarded and Evil Punished in Hong Kong

    Editor’s Note: Recently many senior Chinese officials have been fired from their posts during the anti-corruption campaign carried out by Chinese Communist Party (CCP) leader... Read more

  • Professor Katrina Bramstedt, Ph.D., medical ethicist from Bond University (L) and Professor Maria Fiatarone Singh, M.D., a member of the Medical Advisory Board for Doctors Against Forced Organ Harvesting (R) provide expert commentary to an audience attending a screening of the film ‘Hard to Believe’ at N.S.W. Parliament House in Sydney on Oct. 28, 2015. (Epoch Times)

    ‘Hard to Believe’ Screening: Expert Panel Heightens Sense of Responsibility

    SYDNEY, Australia—Academics and professionals from medical and legal fields watched “Hard to Believe”—a documentary-style film exploring unethical organ harvesting in China, at N.S.W. Parliament House... Read more

  • David Matas accepting interview from NTDTV. (Wu Lianyou/Epoch Times)

    Organ Transplant Abuse in China: What Is to Be Done?

    The Government of China, by its own admission, has been sourcing organs from prisoners in large numbers, in violation of international ethics.  Research that David... Read more

  • File photo of David Matas. (Matthew Little/Epoch Times)

    Organ Transplant Abuse in China: What Is Korea to Do?

    Introduction The World Health Organization Guiding Principle 1 of the Guiding Principles on Human Cell, Tissue and Organ Transplantation requires consent from the donor to... Read more

  • Falun Gong practitioners hold a parade near Santa Monica Pier in Los Angeles on Oct. 17, 2015. (Larry Dye/Epoch Times)

    At Santa Monica Rally, Falun Gong Practitioners Tell of Brutal Persecution

    SANTA MONICA—Near noontime at Santa Monica Pier on Oct. 17, practitioners of Falun Gong recounted tales of torture, courage, and determination in the face of... Read more

  • Canadian MP Irwin Cotler speaks during a press conference on Parliament Hill on Nov. 5, 2014. Cotler is exiting politics, but he hopes others in the new Parliament will reintroduce his bill on forced organ harvesting. (Matthew Little/Epoch Times)

    Cotler Hopes New Parliament Will Enact Legislation to Combat Forced Organ Harvesting

    Veteran MP Irwin Cotler has decided not to seek re-election this time around, but the distinguished law professor and seasoned politician hopes others will pick... Read more

  • Hong Kong Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying delivers his annual policy address at the legislative council in Hong Kong on Jan. 14, 2015. (Philippe Lopez/AFP/Getty Images)

    Beijing Intelligence Agent Blows Whistle on Hong Kong Chief Executive

    HONG KONG—Famous Chinese economist Yang Lujun recently wrote in an article that Chen Fuzhong, an 82-year-old senior Chinese Communist Party intelligence expert in Hong Kong,... Read more

  • Hong Kong’s former Chief Executive Donald Tsang addresses the media outside the Eastern Court in Hong Kong on Oct 5. 
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    Good Rewarded and Evil Punished in Hong Kong

    Editor’s Note: Recently many senior Chinese officials have been fired from their posts during the anti-corruption campaign carried out by Chinese Communist Party (CCP) leader... Read more

  • Arthur Li at Hong Kong University on July 28, 2015. (Epoch Times)

    Why Arthur Li Might Not Be Appointed as HKU Council Chairman

    News Analysis HONG KONG—Born and raised in a family of high regard, Arthur Li Kwok-cheung holds a doctorate degree in medicine from the University of... Read more

  • Protesters gather to call for academic freedom at Hong Kong University in Hong Kong on Oct. 9, as fears grow that Beijing is interfering in the city’s education system. More than 1,000 students, alumni, and teachers joined a protest at the university as anger mounted over the political interference. (Philippe Lopez /AFP/Getty Images)

    Rejection of Hong Kong University Pro-Vice Chancellor Seen as Campaign Against Freedom

    HONG KONG—The Hong Kong University (HKU) Council has rejected the appointment of former law dean Johannes Chan to the post of pro-vice chancellor, although the... Read more

  • The Democratic Party holds a pledging ceremony for the coming District Council Election on Oct. 2, 2015. (Epoch Times)

    Hong Kong’s District Council Election Gets Underway

    News Analysis HONG KONG—The 2-week nomination period for Hong Kong’s District Council Election began on Oct. 2. A total of 431 constituencies will be up... Read more

  • A group of Falun Gong practitioners in the procession hold banners that read “Sue Jiang Zemin” on Oct. 1, 2015. (Epoch Times)

    Hong Kong Falun Gong Practitioners March to End CCP

    HONG KONG—Mr. Chen, a tourist from Zhejiang Province, couldn’t tear his eyes away. It was a shocking revelation for him seeing 600 Falun Gong practitioners... Read more

  • Donald Tsang (C) former leader of Hong Kong and his wife Selina arrive at a magistrates' court in Hong Kong on Oct. 5, 2015. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)

    Former Hong Kong Leader Donald Tsang Charged in Corruption Probe

    HONG KONG—A former Hong Kong leader faces misconduct charges over a luxury apartment in mainland China, authorities said on Oct. 5, making him the highest-ranking... Read more

  • Beijing Official Zhang Xiaoming says that HK Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying has a special legal status that is above the executive, legislature and judiciary branches. Photo of Leung was taken on Sept. 14, 2015. (Epoch Times)

    ‘Supremacy of the Chief Executive Theory’ Reveals Chinese Regime’s Devilish Nature

    HONG KONG—”The Chief Executive is actually supreme,” said Hong Kong Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying on Sept. 16. He was responding to Hong Kong Liaison Office... Read more

  • Hong Kong Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying addresses a press conference in Hong Kong on June 18, 2015. (Philippe Lopez/AFP/Getty Images)

    Hong Kong Leader Says He’s Above the Law

    Imagine New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announcing that he has political powers beyond the state legislature and judiciary, and answers only to the... Read more

  • Avenue of Stars at waterfront in Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon on Sept. 10, 2015. (Epoch Times)

    Real Estate Developers Resist Government-Backed Project in Hong Kong

    HONG KONG—The Hong Kong government recently gave its stamp of approval to a development project that had very little public support, upsetting many real estate... Read more

  • The members of Neo Democrats protest against Zhang Xiaoming, director of the Liaison Office, for his remark that the Chief Executive is superior to the executive, legislative and judicial branches of the SAR government and asked him to apologise in front of Liaison Office on Sept. 15, 2015. (Epoch Times)

    Hong Kong Liaison Office Chief Publicly Defies Basic Law

    HONG KONG—Speaking at a conference marking the 25th anniversary of the Basic Law, Hong Kong Liaison Office Director Zhang Xiaoming made the controversial remark that... Read more

  • Democratic Party chairwoman Emily Lau Wai-hing at City Forum on Sept. 6, 2015. Lau said at the forum that the communication between Hong Kong political parties and Beijing is good for Hong Kong. (Epoch Times)

    Beijing Renews Contact With Hong Kong Pan-Democrats

    HONG KONG—Two months after Hong Kong vetoed a Beijing-backed political reform bill, Beijing took the initiative to renew contact with the pan-democrats in Hong Kong... Read more

  • HKU alumni hold Convocation Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) on Tuesday, Sept. 1, 2015 at Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. More than 3000 attend the event including former Chief Secretary Anson Chan, Democratic Party founding member Martin Lee Chu-ming to demand HKU's academic autonomy. (Epoch Times)

    Academic Autonomy Seriously Threatened in Hong Kong

    HONG KONG—The recent scandal in which Hong Kong Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying is suspected to have interfered with the appointment of Professor Johannes Chan as... Read more

  • Student protesters Joshua Wong (centre L) and Nathan Law (centre R) stand outside the Wanchai police station in Hong Kong on August 27, 2015. (Philippe Lopez/AFP/Getty Images

    Hong Kong Student Protest Leaders Charged for Actions That Sparked Umbrella Movement

    HONG KONG—Hong Kong police charged teenage student leader Joshua Wong on Thursday for his role last year in storming government headquarters, which helped trigger 79 days... Read more

  • Posters showing pictures of the eyes of pro-democracy protesters are displayed in the Admiralty district of Hong Kong on Nov 11, 2014. (Philippe Lopez/AFP/Getty Images)

    What’s Next in Hong Kong’s Quest for Democracy?

    HONG KONG—During the run-up to the first anniversary of the Umbrella Movement for democracy in Hong Kong, several student leaders have been notified by the... Read more

  • A man reads a newspaper report that China's central bank announced it will devalue China's tightly controlled currency on Aug. 11, 2015 following a slump in trade, triggering the yuan's biggest one-day decline in a decade. (AP Photo/Andy Wong)

    The Yuan Devaluation and Its Impact on Hong Kong

    Following China’s stock market crash in mid-June, the devaluation of the Chinese yuan early last week sent another shock wave through the global markets as... Read more

  • CCP supported group Hong Kong Youth Care Association (HKYCA) set information booths next to Falun Gong’s and use their own banners, loudspeakers and flyers to castigate and mock Falun Gong. In the photo, the HKYCA members in green are holding slanderous flyers at Mong Kok on April 16, 2015. (Epoch Times)

    Hong Kong Court Rules Falun Gong Practitioners Wrongly Accused

    HONG KONG—A recent Hong Kong court case ruled that Falun Gong practitioners were falsely accused of damaging property of the Hong Kong Youth Care Association... Read more

  • 10 Hong Kong Falun Gong practitioners gather in front of the post office in Central before mailing their indictments and criminal complaints against Jiang Zemin to the Supreme People’s Court and the Supreme People’s Procuratorate on July 16. (EpochTimes)

    Hong Kong Falun Gong Practitioners Sue Former Chinese Dictator

    HONG KONG—At least 14 Falun Gong practitioners from Hong Kong have joined the wave of lawsuits against former Chinese Communist Party leader Jiang Zemin that... Read more

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    Power Struggle Involved in Chinese Stock Market Turmoil

    News Analysis HONG KONG—The current stock market turmoil in China could be the result of a power struggle, some analysts believe. While Chinese Communist Party... Read more

  • Military delegates arrive for the National People’s Congress (NPC) at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on March 5, 2014. China’s new national security law passed by the National People’s Congress (NPC) Standing Committee on July 1, 2015 is criticized and rejected. (Mark Ralston/AFP/Getty Images)

    China’s New National Security Law Under Attack

    HONG KONG—Hongkongers and Taiwanese have criticized and rejected China’s new national security law, which was unanimously passed by the National People’s Congress (NPC) Standing Committee... Read more


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