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Counterfeit Drug Containing Deadly Fentanyl From China Might Have Killed Prince

Musician Prince performed onstage at the 36th Annual NAACP Image Awards at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles, California on March 19, 2005. 
An investigation is underway to determine whether the pills that Prince had been taking were from illegal sources, the major supplier of which is China. (Kevin Winter/Getty Images)
Musician Prince performed onstage at the 36th Annual NAACP Image Awards at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles, California on March 19, 2005. An investigation is underway to determine whether the pills that Prince had been taking were from illegal sources, the major supplier of which is China. (Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

Months after Prince died of a drug overdose, police investigators say that the pills that killed him were counterfeit and contained fentanyl, which was most likely...


  • Chinese Communist Party vice minister for public security Fu Zhenghua. (Phoenix Net)

    Former Head of ‘Chinese Gestapo’ Suddenly Replaced in China’s Legal and Security Apparatus

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  • A woman works online in her cubicle at an office in Beijing on February 4, 2010.   (Frederic J. Brown/AFP/Getty Images)

    Chinese Boss Charges Workers for Not Commenting on His Social Media Posts

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  • Composite Song Dynasty depictions of Yu the Great and the Yellow River. 
(National Palace Museum/PD-Art;Beijing Palace Museum/PD-Art)

    Legendary Foundations of Chinese Civilization: The Rule of Emperor Yu the Great

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  • Epoch Times national security reporter Joshua Philipp speaks at the Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology headquarters in Washington D.C. on July 28, 2016. (Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology)

    Video: Expert Details China’s Spy Networks in the US

    Cyber and Beyond: The Inner Workings of Chinese Espionage from Joshua Philipp Slides for video above. *** Espionage, in Hollywood terms, involves agents in tuxedos... Read more

  • A rural woman cooks with a biogas stove in the outskirts of Kunming, in the China's southwestern Yunnan province on Nov. 4, 2009. (Liu Jin/AFP/Getty Images)

    Over a Thousand Chinese Officials, Tasked With Fighting Poverty, Punished for Incompetence

    Last October at a forum in Beijing, Chinese Chairman Xi Jinping pledged by 2020 to lift out of poverty the poorest of Chinese—the 70 million... Read more

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  • (L) Dr. Philip O'Connell who is the current president of The Transplantation Society. (University of Sydney) (R) Dr. Jeremy Chapman, former president of The Transplantation Society. (Minghui.org)

    International Transplant Leaders’ Undisclosed Ties to China Raise Ethical Questions

    HONG KONG—Two key leaders in international organ transplantation have for several years been involved in an undisclosed, cooperative relationship with Chinese transplantation centers, raising questions... Read more

  • Workers distribute packs at S.F. Express in Shenzhen, China, on Nov. 11, 2013. Private companies in China have stopped to invest in further expansion in 2016. (ChinaFotoPress/ChinaFotoPress via Getty Images)

    Why Have Private Chinese Companies Stopped Investing Altogether?

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  • A customer chooses diapers from a supermarket that sells imported products in Qingdao, Shandong Province on June 8, 2015. (STR/AFP/Getty Images)

    Wary of Local Shortcomings, Chinese Parents Look to Japan for Diapers

    While Japan is the go-to bogeyman in Chinese propaganda, the average consumer couldn’t care less where their products come from, so long they work better... Read more

  • Wang Zhiwen with his daughter, Danielle Wang, in Beijing. (Courtesy of Danielle Wang)

    Longtime Prisoner of Conscience Recounts Attempt at Family Reunion

    Editor’s note:  Wang Zhiwen is a practitioner of the spiritual discipline Falun Gong, and served as a coordinator for the practice in Beijing. On July... Read more

  • Vice Premier Li Keqiang of China (R) meets International Monetary Fund (IMF), Managing Director Christine Lagarde (L) inside the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on March 23, 2015 in Beijing, China. (Lintao Zhang/Getty Images)

    What China’s SDR Bond Issue Really Means

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  • A Chinese Type-96B tank performs in Russia's Tank Biathlon in the city of Alabino. (Russian Ministry of Defense)

    China’s Newest Tank Gets Off on the Wrong Foot

    A few months after details of a new Chinese light tank designed for mountainous terrain emerged in official channels, the state-run newspaper China Daily pronounced... Read more

  • (L to R) Joshua Wong, 19, Nathan Law, 23, and Alex Chow, 25, student leaders of Hong Kong's Umbrella Movement, speak to the press following their sentencing at the Eastern Court in Hong Kong on August 15, 2016.
(Anthony Wallace/AFP/Getty Images)

    Hong Kong Students Who Sparked Mass Pro-Democracy Protest Won’t Be Political Prisoners

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    Capitalism With Chinese Characteristics: Why the Communist Party Has Abandoned Marxism in Deeds But Not In Words

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  • Falun Gong practitioner Wang Zhiwen in a recent photo. (Courtesy of Danielle Wang)

    Returning to Beijing Home, Longtime Chinese Prisoner of Conscience Faces Increased Surveillance

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  • Composite Song Dynasty depictions of Yu the Great and the Yellow River. 
(National Palace Museum/PD-Art;Beijing Palace Museum/PD-Art)

    Legendary Foundations of Chinese Civilization: Yu the Great Controls the Flood

    This is the seventh in a series of articles by Epoch Times staff describing the foundations of Chinese civilization, and setting forth the traditional Chinese... Read more

  • Epoch Times national security reporter Joshua Philipp speaks at the Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology headquarters in Washington D.C. on July 28, 2016. (Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology)

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  • Danielle Wang speaks for her father, Wang Zhiwen, at a demonstration in Manhattan before the Chinese Consulate. (Leo Timm/Epoch Times)

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    NEW YORK—Two hundred people joined a demonstration across the street from the Chinese Consulate in Manhattan on Aug. 11, demanding that the Chinese authorities allow... Read more

  • Smartphones show the ride-hailing apps Uber Technology Ltd., left, and Didi Chuxing at a residential compound in Beijing, on  Aug. 1, 2016. (AP Photo/Andy Wong)

    Uber’s Chinese Rival Acquiring Company’s China Operations

    BEIJING—Uber Technology Ltd.’s main Chinese rival said Monday it is acquiring the U.S. ride-hailing service’s China operation in a deal that links the companies following... Read more

  • Exterior of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation building in Arlington, VA (Christina Richards/Shutterstock)

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  • The East Bay Choral Union and Orchestra performs under the direction of Dr. Buddy James, director of vocal studies at Cal State East Bay, June 4, Walnut Creek, Calif. (Timothy Wahl)

    Bringing the World Closer Together With Choral Singing

    By the time California State University East Bay nailed down a permanent home in Hayward, Calif., in 1959, choral singing had become central to the... Read more

  • Chinese girls check out the iPhone 6 in an Apple store in Shanghai on October 17, 2014. ( Johannes Eisele/AFP/Getty Images)

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  • The Dalai Lama (R) and President Barack Obama met in the White House on June 15, angering China. (Jewel Samad/AFP/Getty Images) ((AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

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  • Secretary of State John Kerry (L) gives a thumb up to Chinese Vice Premier Wang Yang (C-R), as they sit with U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew (C-L) and China's State Councilor Yang Jiech at a roundtable breakfast with CEOs during the U.S.-China Strategic and Economic Dialogues at Diaoyutai State Guesthouse in Beijing on June 7, 2016. (Nicolas Asfouri/AP)

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  • U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, third left, speaks during a session on across from Chinese State Councilor Yang Jiechi, right, during a Strategic Track small session as part of the U.S.-China Strategic and Economic Dialogues at Diaoyutai State Guesthouse in Beijing Monday, June 6, 2016. (Saul Loeb/Pool Photo via AP)

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  • A closeup of the banner image featured on the official Twitter account of China's State Council Information Office. (via Twitter)

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    What appears to be the official Twitter account of China’s State Council Information Office suddenly went off the rails in a series of tweets sent... Read more

  • This file photo shows re-enactment of organ harvesting in China on Falun Gong practitioners, during a rally in Ottawa, Canada, 2008. (Epoch Times)

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  • US President Barack Obama speaks at the Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative town hall event in Ho Chi Minh City on May 25, 2016. Chinese netizens have doubt about authenticity of the dinner session between Obama and Celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain. (Jim Watson/AFP/Getty Images)

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  • U.S. Navy crew stand on the USS Michigan (SSGN-727), an Ohio-class guided missile submarine, as it prepares to dock at Subic Freeport, a former US naval base Tuesday, March 25, 2014 about 70 kilometers (44 miles) west of Manila, Philippines. (AP Photo/Jun Dumaguing)

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  • Jiang Yu (2nd L) speaks at the podium to announce his withdrawal from the Chinese Communist Party at Dag Hammarskjold Park on May 13. (Frank Fang/Epoch Times)

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  • Rep. Loretta Sanchez (D-Calif.) responds to questions during a Congressional Hispanic Caucus news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., on Feb. 13, 2015. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

    US Congresswomen, Other Officials Denounce Cancellation of Shen Yun in Seoul Over Chinese Embassy Threat

    A recent South Korean court order cancelling a series of classical music and dance performances due to pressure from China has caused concern among human... Read more

  • Falun Gong practitioners meditate at Union Square in New York as they celebrate World Falun Dafa Day on May 12, 2016. (Youzhi Ma/Epoch Times)

    Meditation and Performances at NYC’s Union Square Celebrate 24 Years of Falun Gong

    NEW YORK—Seventeen-year-old Cici Ma, a Chinese-American dance student from California, made a six-hour journey from San Francisco to perform at the May 12 gathering at... Read more

  • Lu Shiyu tells her story at City Hall in New York on May 11, 2016, of how she was persecuted inside China for practicing Falun Gong. (Benjamin Chasteen/Epoch Times)

    Chinese Practitioners of Falun Gong Tell Harrowing Accounts of Brutality by Mainland Regime

    NEW YORK—In the first of a series of public activities here this week, over two hundred practitioners of Falun Gong, the traditional Chinese spiritual discipline,... Read more

  • Ouyang Yujing, Director-General of the Department of Boundary and Ocean Affairs of China's Ministry of Foreign Affairs, speaks during a press briefing about China's South China Sea policies in Beijing, Friday, May 6, 2016. China is rallying Russia and other friendly states to back a push to exclude the U.S. and its allies from the festering South China Sea dispute, despite its insistence that countries without a direct territorial claim should remain firmly neutral. (AP Photo/Mark Schiefelbein)

    China Seeks Global Support for South China Sea Policies

    BEIJING—China is seeing mixed results in its effort to enlist friendly states in its push to exclude the U.S. and its allies from the festering... Read more

  • The USS John C. Stennis from the U.S. Navy's Seventh Fleet is anchored at a base in Busan on March 11, 2009. (Kim Jae-Hwan/AFP/Getty Images)

    US Carrier Was Refused Port in Hong Kong as Punishment, Chinese Media Says

    The refusal to grant aircraft carrier USS John C. Stennis the right to stop over in a Hong Kong port recently was done to “punish”... Read more

  • A woman uses her mobile phone as a security guard looks on outside an Apple store in Shanghai on May 7, 2012.  (PETER PARKS/AFP/Getty Images)

    Apple Hopes to Get Its Books, Movies Back Online in China

    BEIJING—Apple Inc. said Friday it hopes to resume its online iTunes and iBooks services in China, where they were recently shut down less than seven... Read more

  • Chinese Communist Party vice minister for public security Fu Zhenghua. (Phoenix Net)

    Former Head of ‘Chinese Gestapo’ Suddenly Replaced in China’s Legal and Security Apparatus

    News analysis A top Chinese security official who won favor with the present Chinese Communist Party leadership by informing on his political patron, and once... Read more

  • A rural woman cooks with a biogas stove in the outskirts of Kunming, in the China's southwestern Yunnan province on Nov. 4, 2009. (Liu Jin/AFP/Getty Images)

    Over a Thousand Chinese Officials, Tasked With Fighting Poverty, Punished for Incompetence

    Last October at a forum in Beijing, Chinese Chairman Xi Jinping pledged by 2020 to lift out of poverty the poorest of Chinese—the 70 million... Read more

  • Former President Jiang Zemin attend the closing session of the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China on Nov. 14, 2012, in Beijing, China. Names of Jiang was absent from a mourning list of dozens of high level leaders and retired officials, hinting a fading power of Jiang. (Feng Li/Getty Images)

    Why Former Chinese Regime Leader Jiang Zemin Isn’t Exactly Enjoying His 90th Birthday

    News analysis An online buzz over Jiang Zemin as he turns 90 belies the dire situation the former Chinese Communist Party leader is now in... Read more

  • A Chinese Type-96B tank performs in Russia's Tank Biathlon in the city of Alabino. (Russian Ministry of Defense)

    China’s Newest Tank Gets Off on the Wrong Foot

    A few months after details of a new Chinese light tank designed for mountainous terrain emerged in official channels, the state-run newspaper China Daily pronounced... Read more

  • People leave home in the damaged village at Bandong Town on July 12, 2016 in Fuijan, China. (Lam Yik Fei/Getty Images)

    Chinese College Student Smeared and Detained After Investigating Local Disaster

    When Typhoon Nepartak tore through He Zhangze’s coastal hometown of Xiamen, the 18-year-old college student decided to have a closer look at the disaster-affected regions... Read more

  • Former Liaoning Province Party Secretary Wang Min.

    Former Chief of Northeastern Chinese Province Is Expelled From Communist Party

    Wang Min, formerly the Party Secretary of Liaoning, a province in northeast China, was once presumed to have a bright political future. The Washington-based Brookings... Read more

  • Delta passengers stand in line as the carrier slogged through day two of its recovery from a global computer outage in Salt Lake City on Aug. 9, 2016. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)

    EXCLUSIVE: Chinese Hackers Sold Delta Air Lines Vulnerabilities on Black Market

    Computer systems of Delta Air Lines Inc. have suffered a “glitch” that is causing flight delays on the airline globally. While the cause of the... Read more

  • Employees of the Shin Chiao Hotel in Beijing build in the hotel courtyard (background) in October 1958 a small and rudimentary smelting steel furnace during the period of the "Great Leap Forward. (JACQUET-FRANCILLON/AFP/Getty Images)

    The Worst Mass Murder of All Time

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  • Chinese dredgers work on the construction of artificial islands on and around Michief Reef in the Spratly Islands of the South China Sea on May 2, 2015. (U.S. Navy)

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  • (L-R) Retired generals Li Jinai and Liao Xilong. (CCTV)

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  • Acomputer displays message from the Chinese Great Firewall on the proper use of the Internet at an Internet cafe in Beijing. New web publishing news announced last week will bar foreign companies from publishing most forms of online content. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan, File)

    Chinese Search Engine Baidu Briefly Unblocks Politically Sensitive Content

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  • Chinese Communist Party and Communist Youth League leaders attend a conference to celebrate the 90th anniversary of the founding of Chinese Communist Youth League at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on May 4, 2012. On Aug. 2, Chinese Communist Party leader Xi Jinping oversaw an overhaul of the Youth League. (AP Photo/Alexander F. Yuan)

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    News analysis Xi Jinping, the leader of the Chinese Communist Party, has announced a series of measures to clip the wings of a key Party... Read more

  • Hong Kong convention center - Bill Cox

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  • European Union flags in front of the EU Parliament building in Brussels, Belgium, on Jan. 27, 2015. (VanderWolf-Images/iStock)

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    Capitalism With Chinese Characteristics: State Enterprise Reform Through Massive Theft

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(STR/AFP/Getty Images)

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  • Smartphones show the ride-hailing apps Uber Technology Ltd., left, and Didi Chuxing at a residential compound in Beijing, on  Aug. 1, 2016. (AP Photo/Andy Wong)

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  • International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde speaks at the 40th anniversary of the IMFC meeting at the IMF Headquarters in Washington, April 20, 2013. (Stephen Jaffe/IMF via Getty Images)

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  • A Vietnamese coast guard ship moves toward a Chinese coast guard vessel near China's oil drilling rig in disputed waters in the South China Sea on May 14, 2014. (Hoang Dinh Nam/AFP/Getty Images)

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  • Travis Kalanick, CEO of the ridesharing service Uber, speaks during a press conference in Beijing Jan. 11. (Wang Zhao/AFP/Getty Images)

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  • International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde speaks at the 40th anniversary of the IMFC meeting at the IMF Headquarters in Washington, April 20, 2013. (Stephen Jaffe/IMF via Getty Images)

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  • Composite Song Dynasty depictions of Yu the Great and the Yellow River. 
(National Palace Museum/PD-Art;Beijing Palace Museum/PD-Art)

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    This is the eighth in a series of articles by Epoch Times staff describing the foundations of Chinese civilization, and setting forth the traditional Chinese... Read more

  • Composite Song Dynasty depictions of Yu the Great and the Yellow River. 
(National Palace Museum/PD-Art;Beijing Palace Museum/PD-Art)

    Legendary Foundations of Chinese Civilization: Yu the Great Controls the Flood

    This is the seventh in a series of articles by Epoch Times staff describing the foundations of Chinese civilization, and setting forth the traditional Chinese... Read more

  • Martial Arts master Li Youfu, head judge of the NTD Television martial arts competition. (Epoch Times)

    Traditional Chinese Martial Arts Can Reduce Aggressiveness in Children, Says Hong Kong Study

    According to a scientific study done by researchers at a Hong Kong university, teaching children how to fight may be the best way to keep... Read more

  • Composite Song Dynasty depictions of Yu the Great and the Yellow River. 
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    Legendary Foundations of Chinese Civilization: The Rise of Yu the Great

    This is the sixth in a series of articles by Epoch Times staff describing the foundations of Chinese civilization and setting forth the traditional Chinese... Read more

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    Legendary Foundations of Chinese Civilization: Emperor Shun

    This is the fifth in a series of articles by Epoch Times describing the foundations of Chinese civilization, and setting forth the traditional Chinese worldview... Read more

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    How Japan Got Its Name and Other Influences From China’s Tang Dynasty

    When Japanese emperor Kotoku rose to the Japanese throne in the seventh century, he began a new age that would bring the island nation into... Read more

  • Painting by Sun Mingguo/Epoch Times.

    Legacy of Shao Yong, Confucian Scholar and Cosmologist

    Chinese culture is based primarily on the Daoist culture. Although historically there were Confucian scholars such as Han Yu, Liu Kai, and Shi Jie, there... Read more

  • Fusion cuisine at the Sun Moon Restaurant in Nantou, Taiwan. (Taiwan Tourism Bureau)

    Join in Taiwan’s ‘Era of Pure Food’

    The diverse and vibrant food culture of Taiwan is going on show this August at the annual Taiwan Culinary Exhibition. Events and activities highlighting the... Read more

  • The emperors Yao, Shun, and Yu ruled during the time of a legendary deluge that devastated civilization. (Epoch Times)

    Legendary Foundations of Chinese Civilization: Emperor Yao and the Great Flood

    This is the fourth in a series of articles by Epoch Times staff describing the foundations of Chinese civilization, and setting forth the traditional Chinese worldview... Read more

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    Legend of the Yellow Crane Tower

    The Yellow Crane Tower was associated with miracles in ancient poetry. Below is a legend about the naming of this tower. While stories differ in... Read more

  • Photo of Xitang taken on April 14, 2007. (Cancan Chu/Getty Images)

    4 Ancient Chinese Villages (That Are Still Around Today)

    Due to a long history of invasions, famines, civil wars, and more recently, destructive communist social campaigns and breakneck “zombie development” in real estate, many... Read more

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    Legendary Foundations of Chinese Civilization: The Virtue of Emperor Yao

    This is the third in a series of articles by Epoch Times staff describing the foundations of Chinese civilization, and setting forth the traditional Chinese worldview... Read more

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    A Contemporary Chinese Master’s Search for Ancient Martial Virtue

    Among Li Youfu’s most searing memories as a child were the scenes of a drunken official—the cadre in charge of porridge rations—beating the elderly and... Read more

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    Introducing the Divine Land Gemstone Compendium

    I’ve been wearing jewelry for as long as I can remember—stretchy beaded bracelets as a child, dramatic but equally cheap earrings when I finally got... Read more

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    Legendary Foundations of Chinese Civilization: Fu Xi Brings Order to the Cosmos

    This is the second in a series of articles by an Epoch Times research team describing the foundations of Chinese civilization, and setting forth the traditional Chinese... Read more

  • A visitor views ancient Chinese calligraphy works at the Wuying Palace of the Forbidden City on Aug. 27, 2005, in Beijing, China. Many corrupt Chinese officials are making enormous money by selling their own calligraphy works. (China Photos/Getty Images)

    Legendary Foundations of Chinese Civilization: Preface

    This is the first in a series of articles by an Epoch Times research team describing the foundations of Chinese civilization, and setting forth the... Read more

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    Filial Piety Touches Heaven: Stories of Virtuous Daughters-in-law

    It has been said, “Filial piety is the most important of all virtues.” As the essence of Chinese culture, filial piety maintains the relationships between... Read more

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    5 Ancient Chinese Innovations That Look Like They Came From Today’s World

    Golf Chinese imperial maids playing golf? No kidding. Though there is some doubt as to who created the game that we know as golf, paintings... Read more

  • Detail of of the painting "Court Ladies Preparing Newly Woven Silk" by Tang Dynasty artist Zhang Xuan. (Public Domain)

    Surprisingly Advanced Ways the Ancient Chinese Bathed and Did Laundry

    Chinese cultures have held cleanliness in high regard since ancient times, and some of the methods they devised to wash their garments and bodies in a... Read more

  • A dragon dance team composed of Falun Gong practitioners perform in the Chinese New Year parade in Flushing, Queens, in this file photo. (Benjamin Chasteen/Epoch Times)

    The Dragon’s Place in Chinese Civilization

    Every year, a festival is held across China to honor the awakening of the dragon, lord of moving water. Called “longtaitou” or “the dragon raises... Read more

  • (L) Dr. Philip O'Connell who is the current president of The Transplantation Society. (University of Sydney) (R) Dr. Jeremy Chapman, former president of The Transplantation Society. (Minghui.org)

    International Transplant Leaders’ Undisclosed Ties to China Raise Ethical Questions

    HONG KONG—Two key leaders in international organ transplantation have for several years been involved in an undisclosed, cooperative relationship with Chinese transplantation centers, raising questions... Read more

  • Wang Zhiwen with his daughter, Danielle Wang, in Beijing. (Courtesy of Danielle Wang)

    Longtime Prisoner of Conscience Recounts Attempt at Family Reunion

    Editor’s note:  Wang Zhiwen is a practitioner of the spiritual discipline Falun Gong, and served as a coordinator for the practice in Beijing. On July... Read more

  • (L to R) Joshua Wong, 19, Nathan Law, 23, and Alex Chow, 25, student leaders of Hong Kong's Umbrella Movement, speak to the press following their sentencing at the Eastern Court in Hong Kong on August 15, 2016.
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    Hong Kong Students Who Sparked Mass Pro-Democracy Protest Won’t Be Political Prisoners

    They faced up to two years in jail for inspiring the largest civil disobedience movement in Hong Kong two years ago. But a local magistrate... Read more

  • Falun Gong practitioner Wang Zhiwen in a recent photo. (Courtesy of Danielle Wang)

    Returning to Beijing Home, Longtime Chinese Prisoner of Conscience Faces Increased Surveillance

    Security forces in Beijing have tightened their surveillance over Falun Gong practitioner and long suffering prisoner of conscience Wang Zhiwen after his failed attempt to... Read more

  • Wang Xiaodan with her father Wang Zhiwen in China. (courtesy of Wang Xiaodan/Epoch Times)

    US Officials to China: Let Long-Suffering Falun Gong Practitioner Meet Family in America

    The United States is calling on the Chinese communist regime to restore traveling privileges to a longtime political prisoner Wang Zhiwen so that he may... Read more

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    Going Digital: A Documentary That Asks What’s Hard to Believe About Forced Live Organ Harvesting

    A crime this horrific almost defies belief—a state-sponsored harvesting of organs from still-living prisoners of conscience, killing them in the process. Ken Stone, a two-time... Read more

  • Ye Haiyan holds a protest sign in the film “Hooligan Sparrow,” which is also her nickname as a women's rights activist. (Courtesy Hooligan Sparrow)

    Award-Winning Guerilla Documentary Highlights Officials’ Rape of Children in China

    LOS ANGELES—Filmmaker Nanfu Wang, based in New York City, filmed her first feature documentary in China on a trip to visit a provocative women’s rights... Read more

  • Zhiwen Wang with his daughter, Danielle Wang, in Beijing in July 1997. (courtesy of Danielle Wang)

    Steps Away From Freedom, American Family Loses Bid to Rescue Father From China

    NEWARK, N.J.—When Danielle Wang and her husband arrived in Beijing late in July to meet her father, what should have been a joyful reunion was... Read more

  • Thousands of residents in the city of Lianyungang on China's east coast protest the possibly construction of a nuclear waste project in their city on Aug. 8, 2016. (Weibo)

    How the Chinese Authorities Are Censoring an Anti-Nuke Protest

    Thousands of residents recently protested a proposed government nuclear waste project in the eastern Chinese city of Lianyungang. The Chinese authorities, in what is likely... Read more

  • Chinese lawyer Wang Yu speaks during an interview in Beijing. China's state media on July 14, 2015. (AP Photo/Mark Schiefelbein)

    Supporters of Detained Chinese Rights Lawyer Skeptical of Confession

    The first thing Chinese human rights lawyer Wang Yu did after being released from more than a year in detention was give an exclusive video... Read more

  • Weng Ziheng performs a dance piece at the New Tang Dynasty International Chinese Classical Dance Competition in Taiwan on Aug. 1, 2016. (Chen Bo-zhou/Epoch Times)

    Harassed in Hong Kong, Classical Chinese Dance Competition Proceeds Without Hitch in Taiwan

    TAIPEI—For several breathtaking minutes in Taipei City Youth Development Office’s concert hall, dancer Weng Ziheng twirled, lept, and became standout Song Dynasty statesman and scholar... Read more

  • Thumbprints and names of residents in the city of Lingyuan, northeast China, who support legal action against former Chinese regime leader Jiang Zemin. (Minghui; Sina Weibo)

    Petition in Northeast Chinese City Shows Broad Support for Legal Action Against Former Party Leader

    About 12,000 people in Lingyuan, northeastern China’s Liaoning Province, have signed their names to an effort aimed at holding a former regime leader accountable for... Read more

  • Macpherson Stadium in Mong Kok, Hong Kong. (Song Xianglong/Epoch Times)

    Breaking: Chinese Dance Competition Moves to Taiwan After Last Minute Cancellation in Hong Kong

    Update: The dance competition will be held on Aug. 1 in Taiwan at the Taipei City Youth Development Office. For the second time in a month, the... Read more

  • House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Rep. Michael McCaul (R-TX) at the Republican National Convention at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio on July 18, 2016. (Alex Wong/Getty Images)

    US Congressional Representatives: Leave Dance Event in Hong Kong Alone

    Members of the United States House of Representatives have voiced concern over the Chinese Communist Party’s interference in a classical Chinese dance competition in Hong Kong... Read more

  • Renowned Chinese human rights lawyer Zheng Enchong in his Shanghai home in Sept. 2014. (Epoch Times)

    In China, State Intimidation Can Come With Wine and Lobster

    Zheng Enchong, a lawyer in Shanghai with political connections, recently experienced a strange form of detention and coerced luxury: He was abducted by local police,... Read more

  • A member of the Hong Kong Youth Care Association communist front group outside Macpherson Stadium in Mong Kok, Hong Kong on July 24, 2016. (Yu Gang/Epoch Times)

    Hate on Display in Hong Kong Ahead of Traditional Chinese Dance Competition

    HONG KONG—Days before the start of the seventh New Tang Dynasty International Chinese Classical Dance Competition preliminary stage, communist front groups in Hong Kong are... Read more

  • (L-R) Rev. Majed El Shafie of One Free World International, Ontario MPP Jack MacLaren, and former MP Hon. David Kilgour at a rally outside the Chinese embassy in Ottawa on July 20, 2016, to mark the 17th anniversary of the persecution against Falun Gong in China, launched by former Chinese Communist Party leader Jiang Zemin on July 20, 1999. The three men spoke at the event and condemned the Chinese regime’s illegal persecution against the traditional spiritual practice as well as the state-led killing of Falun Gong prisoners of conscience for their organs in China. (Pam McLennan/Epoch Times)

    ‘Use Every Opportunity’ to Urge Beijing to End Organ Harvesting, Kilgour Tells Trudeau

    OTTAWA, Canada—As Prime Minister Justin Trudeau prepares to go to China in early September for the G20 summit, David Kilgour is calling on him for... Read more

  • Pro-democracy political activists and members of the Demosisto party (L to R) Joshua Wong, Nathan Law and Alex Chow, speak as they arrive at the Eastern Court in Hong Kong on July 21, 2016.
The three were to face a court verdict over charges related to a protest leading up to pro-democracy rallies in 2014. (ANTHONY WALLACE/AFP/Getty Images)

    Leaders of Umbrella Movement Could Become Hong Kong’s First Political Prisoners

    Three student leaders of Hong Kong’s Umbrella Movement were convicted on July 21 for their involvement in the city’s largest ever show of civil disobedience... Read more

  • Members of the “Knowledge Is Power” group holding placards before the Macpherson Stadium to oppise the dance competition. (Epoch Times)

    In Hong Kong, Mainland Front Groups Harass Dance Competition

    Efforts to interfere with an upcoming Chinese dance competition continue in the semi-autonomous territory of Hong Kong, with the mainland regime pulling strings to undermine... Read more

  • Liang Xiaojun. (Epoch Times)

    Upholding Justice in China—an Interview With Human Rights Lawyer Liang Xiaojun

    Director of a law firm in Beijing. Graduate of the prominent China University of Political Science and Law. Son of a wealthy Chinese Communist Party... Read more

  • A woman works online in her cubicle at an office in Beijing on February 4, 2010.   (Frederic J. Brown/AFP/Getty Images)

    Chinese Boss Charges Workers for Not Commenting on His Social Media Posts

    A Chinese travel company has become the subject of online attention after it fined over 200 employees who failed to leave comments on their boss’s... Read more

  • A rural woman cooks with a biogas stove in the outskirts of Kunming, in the China's southwestern Yunnan province on Nov. 4, 2009. (Liu Jin/AFP/Getty Images)

    Over a Thousand Chinese Officials, Tasked With Fighting Poverty, Punished for Incompetence

    Last October at a forum in Beijing, Chinese Chairman Xi Jinping pledged by 2020 to lift out of poverty the poorest of Chinese—the 70 million... Read more

  • A customer chooses diapers from a supermarket that sells imported products in Qingdao, Shandong Province on June 8, 2015. (STR/AFP/Getty Images)

    Wary of Local Shortcomings, Chinese Parents Look to Japan for Diapers

    While Japan is the go-to bogeyman in Chinese propaganda, the average consumer couldn’t care less where their products come from, so long they work better... Read more

  • An Israeli army officer stands behind rows of captured AK-47 assault rifles on display at an army base April 10, 2002 near the central Israeli town of Ramle. (David Silverman/Getty Images)

    Young Chinese Man Gets Life in Prison for Buying Air Guns

    In 2014, an 18-year-old man in the province of Fujian, southeastern China, was caught by local customs authorities after he bought 24 air guns online... Read more

  • People leave home in the damaged village at Bandong Town on July 12, 2016 in Fuijan, China. (Lam Yik Fei/Getty Images)

    Chinese College Student Smeared and Detained After Investigating Local Disaster

    When Typhoon Nepartak tore through He Zhangze’s coastal hometown of Xiamen, the 18-year-old college student decided to have a closer look at the disaster-affected regions... Read more

  • Joseph Lian Yi-zheng speaking to the press on Aug 9, 2016. (Kiri Choi/Epoch Times)

    Hong Kong Leading Writer’s Dismissal Draws Comments About Censorship

    The Hong Kong Economic Journal (HKEJ) has abruptly cancelled the column of its former lead writer and veteran commentator Joseph Lian Yi-zheng in a business restructure and... Read more

  • A man suffering from pneumonia receives treatment in a ward at a hospital in Beijing on Dec. 9, 2015. (WANG ZHAO/AFP/Getty Images)

    In China, Don’t Expect Health Care Without Bringing a Red Envelope

    In March, as surgeons prepared to operate on the father of Mr. Liu in a county hospital in central China, hospital staff suddenly called him and... Read more

  • From left to right: Russian, Japanese and Chinese flags displayed at the Olympic arena, after the men's team final of the Artistic Gymnastics during the Rio 2016 Olympic Games on August 8, 2016. (BENSTANSALL/AFP/GettyImages)

    Chinese Media Rage at Subtle Error in Olympic Flag (Made in China) at Rio

    It was a defining moment for Chinese Olympic fans when shooter Zhang Mengxue won the country’s first gold medal on day two of the 2016... Read more

  • Korean pop group T-ara performs at the 2015 Summer K-Pop Festival. (Flickr/Republic of Korea)

    K-Pop Stars Become Scapegoats in China’s Protests Against Anti-Missile Deployment

    A backlash against South Korea over its deployment of the American THAAD missile defense program might be hitting a most visible export product: its pop... Read more

  • Sales representatives at a decoration in Chongqing, China, eat raw bitter melon on stage as a punishment for their poor performance on July 16, 2016. (via Sina)

    To Motivate Employees, Chinese Companies Try Public Humiliation

    The director of a Chinese decoration company has decided the best way to encourage his poor-performing sales representatives is public humiliation—putting them on stage and... Read more

  • The launch of the purported test. (Sina Weibo)

    Did China Actually Test Its Giant Elevated Bus?

    Photos of the test run for a long-advertised giant elevated bus big enough to accommodate two lanes of traffic beneath it have spurred multiple reports... Read more

  • Zhang Shangwu has a drink after an interview at a hotel room in Beijing on July 18, 2011. The champion gymnast forced to turn to begging after injury ended his career prematurely due to an injury. He became a media sensation in China after a fan recognized him eking out a living on the streets of Beijing. Zhang's case throws the spotlight on the plight of top athletes in China, who are taken from their homes as young as five only then to be abandoned and forgotten when they are no longer able to compete. (STR/AFP/Getty Images)

    Abandoned by the State, Former Chinese Athletes Struggle After Sports

    Zhang Huikang, a middle-aged man from Shanghai, makes his meager living selling sports-themed lottery tickets from a street kiosk. It’s a long drop from his... Read more

  • A vendor makes shashlik (kebab) at a booth in Kashi of Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, on Sept. 20, 2006 (China Photos/Getty Images)

    3 Reasons Not to Use Chinese-Made Toothpicks

    Whether to pick up a piece of fruit or to dislodge that bit of food between your teeth, you have to think twice about where... Read more

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    Chinese Official Promises ‘Safe Rice’ to Foreigners For G20 Summit

    Among the promises being made by Chinese officials to foreign dignitaries as they prepare to visit Hangzhou for the G20 Summit in September, there are... Read more

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    Chinese Media Couldn’t Report on New Restrictions Against It

    Recently it was reported that China has shut down the news sections in many of the popular web portals. The news first came out from... Read more

  • Geng Xin (#11) of China spikes the ball over Graham Vigrass (#17) and John Perrin (#2) of Canada during the men's volleyball world final qualification for the Rio de Janeiro Olympics 2016 in Tokyo on June 5, 2016. (Toru Yamanaka/AFP/Getty Images)

    Ahead of Rio Olympics, Chinese Sports System Faces Talent Drain

    Ever since the People’s Republic began participating in the Olympics in the 1980s, China’s grueling athlete training system became famous for churning out medals, but... Read more

  • A Siberian tiger stands in its enclosure at the Siberian Tiger Park in Harbin, China, on Jan. 6, 2014. (Lintao Zhang/Getty Images)

    Woman Killed by Tiger at Beijing Wildlife Park Is Latest in Series of Deadly Incidents

    Two women were attacked by Siberian tigers at a Beijing wildlife park on July 23, as reported by Chinese state-run media. Surveillance footage at the... Read more

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    Activists Petition to Free ‘World’s Saddest Polar Bear’ Kept in Chinese Mall

    Animal welfare campaigners are trying to free a polar bear kept in a cage in a shopping mall in China. Animals Asia launched a petition earlier this... Read more

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    China: Tiger Mauls Woman to Death in Wildlife Park

    BEIJING — Siberian tigers at a wildlife park in Beijing mauled a woman to death and wounded another when they stepped out of their car... Read more

  • People making their way through a flooded area in Changping District in Beijing.
Torrential rain lashing northern China in recent days has left 130 people dead in a province near Beijing. (STR/AFP/Getty Images)

    600-Year-Old Forbidden City Untouched in Flooded Beijing

    A 55-hour-long rainstorm pelted Beijing over July 19 and 20—a continuation of floods that have claimed nearly 600 lives and displaced tens of thousands since... Read more

  • 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

    Fifty-six Chinese practitioners of Falun Gong, a traditional meditation practice, are on the brink of deportation from South Korea to China where they would face... Read more

  • 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.”
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    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

  • (L) Dr. Philip O'Connell who is the current president of The Transplantation Society. (University of Sydney) (R) Dr. Jeremy Chapman, former president of The Transplantation Society. (Minghui.org)

    International Transplant Leaders’ Undisclosed Ties to China Raise Ethical Questions

    HONG KONG—Two key leaders in international organ transplantation have for several years been involved in an undisclosed, cooperative relationship with Chinese transplantation centers, raising questions... Read more

  • China's then-Vice Minister for Health Huang Jiefu attends a meeting in New Delhi, India, on July 28, 2006. (Raveendran/AFP/Getty Images)

    The PR Man for China’s Organ Transplantation Is Not Believable

    For years, gaining attention for forced organ harvesting in China was difficult to achieve because the crime itself was too horrible to believe. This understandable... Read more

  • Local lawyer Clive Ansley speaks at a press conference about the forced harvesting of organs from non-consenting Falun Gong prisoners of conscience in China, in Courtenay, B.C., on July 28, 2016. Several teams of Canadian Falun Gong practitioners travelled across various provinces to call attention to a new report on the killing of imprisoned practitioners in China for their organs. (Epoch Times)

    Cross-Canada Tour Puts Focus on Murder for Organs in China

    Falun Gong practitioners in the 100-odd countries where the spiritual discipline is practised take every opportunity to raise awareness about the ongoing abuses toward their fellow... Read more

  • Falun Gong practitioners raise awareness about organ harvesting and other human rights crimes in China, with residents and tourists in Santa Monica, Calif., on July 17. (Xu Touhui/Epoch Times)

    LA Falun Gong Practitioners Appeal to Stop Organ Harvesting

    SANTA MONICA, Calif.—More than two hundred Falun Gong practitioners and supporters held an annual rally on a high bluff overlooking a Southern California beach on... Read more

  • Former Canadian minister David Kilgour speaks to reporters in Ottawa on June 24, 2016 about the updated report organ harvesting in China that he wrote with David Matas and Ethan Gutmann. (Jonathan Ren/Epoch Times)

    China’s Forced Organ Transplant Industry Much Larger Than Suspected, Say Canadian Investigators

    A decade ago, two Canadians released a report on illicit organ harvesting in China so shocking that many struggled to believe it. Since then, the... Read more

  • David Matas presents a new report on mass organ harvesting in China at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. on June 22. (Lisa Fan/Epoch Times)

    ‘Slow Motion Genocide’ Subject of New Report on Organ Harvesting in China

    WASHINGTON, D.C.—The authors of a new report about state-led organ harvesting in China presented their findings at the National Press Club on June 22, calling... Read more

  • Human rights lawyer David Matas, coauthor of an investigation report on organ harvesting of Falun Gong practitioners in China, holds up a copy of the report during a hearing in Canada''s Parliament on May 29, 2007. (Epoch Times)

    Interview With David Matas, Co-author of New China Organ Harvesting Report

    Epoch Times: What is this new report? What’s new and significant about it? David Matas: It’s an update on the work Ethan Gutmann and I... Read more

  • Former Canadian MP David Kilgour speaks at the official opening of the Global Human Rights Torch Relay in Athens on August 9. (Jan Jekielek/The Epoch Times)

    Interview With David Kilgour, Co-author of New China Organ Harvesting Report

    Epoch Times: What’s the most important new finding in this new report? David Kilgour: The Party-state in China argues that there are around 10,000 organ... Read more

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    Report Reveals Vast State-Run Industry to Harvest Organs in China

    WASHINGTON—Transplant surgeons in China are awash in human organs. Some complain of working 24-hour shifts, performing back-to-back transplant surgeries. Others ensure they’ve got spare organs... Read more

  • Ethan Gutmann and the jacket to his new book, "The Slaughter," which offers 'smoking gun' testimony providing critical evidence about organ harvesting. (EndOrganPillaging.org)

    Interview With Ethan Gutmann, Co-author of New China Organ Harvesting Report

    Epoch Times: Can you introduce me to this new report that is coming out? Ethan Gutmann: Well, it doesn’t have a flashy title. It’s simply... Read more

  • Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-Fla), speaking at a rally on the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, DC, Thurs. July 14, 2011. (Shaoshao Chen/Epoch Times)

    US House of Representatives Unanimously Passes Legislation Condemning Organ Harvesting of Falun Gong in China

    A decade after evidence emerged of one of the gravest and most extraordinary human rights violations today, the United States House of Representatives has added... Read more

  • Protesters recreate human rights abuses taking place in Chinese prisons at an event in Seoul Plaza, South Korea, on July 20, 2014, to raise awareness to the persecution against Falun Gong in China. (Jarrod Hall/Epoch Times)

    Capitol Hill Forum Highlights New Developments in China Around Persecution of Falun Gong

    WASHINGTON—Resistance in mainland China to the persecution of Falun Gong practitioners is growing by the day, according to human rights activists and China experts speaking... Read more

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    Organ Transplant Advocacy Group Is Nominated for Nobel Prize

    Doctors Against Forced Organ Harvesting, a network of doctors and surgeons who concern themselves with ending the practice of coercive organ transplantation, was nominated for... 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

    In 2006, a Chinese woman from the southwestern metropolis of Chongqing was abducted by a group of men who tied her up and brought her... 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. (Courtesy of NTD Television)

    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

  • (L to R) Joshua Wong, 19, Nathan Law, 23, and Alex Chow, 25, student leaders of Hong Kong's Umbrella Movement, speak to the press following their sentencing at the Eastern Court in Hong Kong on August 15, 2016.
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    Hong Kong Students Who Sparked Mass Pro-Democracy Protest Won’t Be Political Prisoners

    They faced up to two years in jail for inspiring the largest civil disobedience movement in Hong Kong two years ago. But a local magistrate... 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. 
(Philippe Lopez/Getty Images)

    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

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