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Anything for Power: The Real Story of China’s Jiang Zemin – Chapter 2

(Luis Novaes/Epoch Times)
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Jiang Zemin’s days are numbered. It is only a question of when, not if, the former head of the Chinese Communist Party will be arrested...


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  • People walk past empty apartment buildings and streets in the "ghost city" of Ordos, Inner Mongolia, Sept. 12, 2011. (Mark Ralston/AFP/Getty Images)

    China’s Subprime Moment Arrives

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  • The Chinese character for sky or heaven depicts the space or dimension existing above human beings. (Epoch Times)

    Chinese Character for Sky, Heaven: Tiān (天)

    The Chinese character 天 (tiān) stands for sky or heaven and is also used to refer to god, nature or what is natural, or the... Read more

  • Tang told the man that his method was ruthless as he spared no birds with his net, and that he should leave at least one side open.
(Sherry Hsiao/Epoch Times)

    Chinese Idioms: Keep One Side of the Net Open (網開一面)

    Around 1766 B.C., the last ruler of the Xia Dynasty was extremely tyrannical and dissolute. This created great resentment in the people. In order to... Read more

  • The character for power depicts a person reaching down and using arm strength to pick up an object, and also can be seen as a picture of a plough. (Epoch Times)

    Chinese Character for Power, Strength: Lì (力)

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  • Liu Shang’s poetry expressed the loneliness and bewilderment of poetess Cai Wenji when she was held captive by northern nomads during the Eastern Han Dynasty. (Zona Yeh/Epoch Times)

    Chinese Idioms: Overturn the Sky and the Earth (天翻地覆)

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  • The Chinese character for saint or sage is composed of three characters that together depict a person with superior speaking and listening skills. (Epoch Times)

    Chinese Character for Saint, Sage: Shèng (聖)

    The Chinese character 聖 (shèng) refers to a sage or a saint, or the quality of being holy, sacred, or revered. 聖 (shèng) is an... Read more

  • In the Chinese character for water, 水 (shuǐ), the centre stroke indicates a long ripple, while the strokes on either side indicate short ripples. (Epoch Times)

    Chinese Character for Water: Shuǐ (水)

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  • On the night of the 7th day in the 7th month, Niulang and Zhinu can travel across the Milky Way over a bridge formed by magpies for their once-a-year reunion. (Annie Wu/Epoch Times)

    The Cowherd and the Weaver Girl

    A very long time ago, the sky was not as high as it is now and divine beings were not so far away from human... Read more

  • Reuben Tom Kee holds his book “Ode to China: Sagacity!” at a book signing at Chapters book store in Ottawa in 2013. (Courtesy of Reuben Tom Kee)

    Book of Poetry an Eloquent Ode to Ancient China

    Fulfilling his wish to give Western readers a taste of Chinese culture, Ottawa resident Reuben Tom Kee has translated 11 ancient Chinese poems into English... Read more

  • On the night of the 7th day in the 7th month, Niulang and Zhinu can travel across the Milky Way over a bridge formed by magpies for their once-a-year reunion. (Annie Wu/Epoch Times)

    The Double Seventh Festival

    The Qi Xi Festival (七夕節, qī xī jié) is an important traditional festival in China. Literal to the name, it always falls on the seventh... Read more

  • The Chinese character 山 (shān) refers to a mountain, mountain range, or hill. It is a pictograph that depicts a series of mountain peaks. (Epoch Times)

    Chinese Character for Mountain: Shān (山)

    The Chinese character 山 (shān) refers to a mountain, mountain range, or hill. It can also mean a grave or mound. 山 (shān) is a... Read more

  • In his rhapsody, Jiang described the lady as “a red lotus in a pool of still water … she is bright with colors, beautiful and brilliant.” (Flora Chung/Epoch Times)

    Chinese Idioms: Bright With Colors (五光十色)

    Jiang Yan was a poet from the Southern Dynasty (A.D. 420–581). He was recognized as a master of “fu” and was an important literary figure... Read more

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    19th Century Account of UFO Flight Witnessed by Hundreds in China

    Famed painter Wu Youru of the Qing Dynasty (1644–1911) produced a curious work titled “Red Flames in the Sky,” also translated as “Red Hot Flame... Read more

  • Zhang Heng

    2,000-Year-Old Earthquake Detector Worked With Accuracy in China

    In 132 A.D., Zhang Heng presented the Han court with the world’s first seismoscope. A 2005 replica was even said to detect earthquakes with the... Read more

  • Jia Yi had to end his relationship with Li Shishi, whom he loved, because Emperor Huizhong liked her as well. (Catherine Chang/Epoch Times)

    Chinese Idioms: Net From Heaven to Earth (天羅地網)

    In the Northern Song Dynasty (A.D. 960–1127), Jia Yi and Li Shishi were lovers. Jia was a military attaché who was very handsome and known... Read more

  • The definitions of the Chinese character for immortal in the first important Chinese dictionary, completed in A.D. 100, were “live long and move away,” and “a human being on a mountain.” (Epoch Times)

    Chinese Character for Immortal: Xiān (仙)

    The Chinese character 仙 (xiān) refers to an immortal, a fairy, or a celestial or supernatural being. It is also used to refer to a... Read more

  • From a first-ever-seen camel to the many appearances of Buddha, if one hasn’t seen or experienced much, one is likely to be surprised.
(SandyJean/Epoch Times)

    Chinese Idioms: Surprised Having Seen So Little (少見多怪)

    Once upon a time, there was a man who had never seen or heard of a camel. One day, he went for a walk in... Read more

  • The Chinese character 子 (zi, zǐ) depicts a baby swaddled with the arms out. In early versions of the character, the way the two arms were drawn conveyed a sense of up-and-down motion, denoting the lively spirit of a young child. (Epoch Times)

    Chinese Character for Child: Zi, Zǐ (子)

    The Chinese character 子 (zi, zǐ) refers to a son, a boy, a child, a person, or a seed. 子 (zi, zǐ) is a pictograph... Read more

  • Sun Zi, the great Chinese general and military strategist, writes the treatise “The Art of War.” (SM Yang/The Epoch Times)

    Sun Zi: Military Strategist and Author of ‘The Art of War’

    Sun Zi, also known as Sun Wu or Sun Tzu, was a high-ranking military general in Chinese history who is known for being one of... Read more

  • A small statue of an ancient Chinese musician playing the qin rests under a tree. The qin is a Chinese stringed instrument of the zither family. (Gabriel Eckert/Photos.com)

    Chinese Idiom: Playing the Qin to a Cow

    The Chinese idiom “playing the qin to a cow” (對牛彈琴, pronounced duì niú tán qín) describes the wasted effort of talking to someone who cannot... Read more

  • The Chinese character 老 (lǎo) means old and also refers to being venerable, skilled, expert, or experienced. The idiom 老馬識途 (lǎo mǎ shí tú), literally “old horse knows the way,” praises an aged and experienced person for his or her knowledge and wisdom. (Epoch Times)

    Chinese Character for Old: Lǎo (老)

    The Chinese character 老 (lǎo) means old, aged, or elderly. It also refers to being venerable, skilled, expert, or experienced. Also a radical used to... Read more

  • Students walk at a schoolyard before sitting the 2013 university entrance exam in Bozhou, north China's Anhui province on June 7, 2013. (AFP/Getty Images)

    Chinese High School Bans Boys and Girls Holding Hands on Campus

    As the new school semester gets underway, a high school in central China’s Henan Province has launched new rules that bans boys and girls holding... Read more

  • Victim depositors hoist a banner in front of the Bank of Xinxiang in Xinxiang City of Henan Province, in August. Zhang Li, a branch president at the bank, borrowed huge sums from depositors and committed suicide when the loans went bad. (Screenshot/Tianya.cn)

    Chinese Bank President Involved in Loan Sharking Kills Self

    Zhang Li, a branch president at the Bank of Xinxiang in China’s Henan Province, committed suicide last month after overseeing vast amounts of bad, possibly... Read more

  • The 32 year-old Wei Jianmin lies in bed in Guangsheng Hospital in Shenzhen of southern China’s Guangdong Province on Aug. 25; a receipt shows her surgery to remove kidney stones, costing 800 yuan ($130). But Wei's left kidney was removed during surgery, and she was given no clear reason by doctors. (Screenshot/Yangcheng Evening News)

    Kidney Stone Removal Becomes Kidney Removal in China

    A Chinese woman in Shenzhen City recently went to hospital for what she thought was a small surgery: to remove kidney stones. During the surgery,... Read more

  • Harsh Droughts Hit China

    Provinces around China, including Liaoning and Jilin in the north, Henan in the center, Xinjiang in the far west, and elsewhere, are experiencing the worst... Read more

  • The Center for Life Sciences at the China University of Agriculture, where Li Ning was a researcher, before he was taken away on corruption charges recently. (Screenshot via China Youth Daily)

    Chinese GMO Researcher Investigated for Corruption

    A prominent researcher of genetically modified organisms in China was taken away by corruption investigators recently, apparently standing accused of filtering vast sums of official... Read more

  • On Aug. 20, heavy rain at Lishui City, Zhejiang Province and the released of water from a nearby reservoir resulted in the city bein submerged in water. (Internet picture)

    Thousands Protest ‘Man-Made Disaster’ in City in Eastern China

    Thousands in Lishui City of eastern China protested a “man-made disaster” on Aug. 21, demanding compensation. So far, the authorities  suppressed the protests and have... Read more

  • In a screenshot for the Legal Evening News, the grandfather of the 20-year-old Yang Yuying looks at the photo used at her funeral. Yang died from sexual abuse by a retired worker at the China Railway Tenth Group after having dinner with him, accompanying her bosses, on June 29, 2014. (Epoch Times)

    Young Woman Dines With Bosses in China, Dies Afterwards From Violent Sexual Abuse

    A 20-year-old girl was killed in a hotel room in the southwestern Chinese city of Chongqing, after she accompanied her bosses for a dinner with... Read more

  • Mainland tourists check books in the section of books that are banned in mainland China. (Yu Gang/Epoch Times)

    Banned Books at Hong Kong Book Fair Attract Mainland Visitors

    HONG KONG—Recent issues affecting Hong Kong’s political future took the spotlight at the 25th Hong Kong Book Fair, while many buyers from the mainland came... Read more

  • In this Nov. 6, 2009, photo shows economist Ilham Tohti (L-background), a professor from China's predominantly Muslim Xinjiang region, gives a speech while showing a photo of heavily armed Chinese policemen facing off a group of Uighurs protesters during July, 2009 ethnic violences to students at the Central Nationalities University in Beijing, China. The outspoken Chinese minority scholar who has been detained since mid-January 2014 was indicted July 30, 2014 on separatism charges amid a renewed flare-up of bloody anti-government violence in the country's far west. (AP Photo/Alexa Olesen)

    China Says 8 Convicted Terrorists Executed in Xinjiang

    BEIJING—Chinese state-run media said Saturday that eight convicted terrorists were executed in the far western region of Xinjiang, where ethnic conflicts have left dozens of... Read more

  • Large trucks loaded with supplies drive into the gate of a disaster preparedness warehouse belonging to the Chinese Red Cross in Beijing, on April 1, 2014. According to Tencent Financial, the Chinese Red Cross is renting the state-funded warehouse for profit to logistics companies. (Screenshot/Tencent Finance)

    Chinese Red Cross Turns Disaster Preparedness Warehouse Into Profit

    The Chinese Red Cross (CRC) is often mocked by the Chinese people as the “Black Cross,” because of the scandals associated with it. A recent... Read more

  • Protesters in T-shirts with “Hong Kong Federation of Fujian Associations” printed on the back enjoy a restaurant meal as a bribe for joining the recent anti-democracy march in Hong Kong. Pro-CCP groups booked an entire Cantonese restaurant to give feasts to participants. (Epoch Times)

    Pro-Beijing March Brings Hong Kong’s CCP Supporters Out of Hiding

    HONG KONG—When Hong Kong citizens began protesting for democracy and the right to choose their own leader without the Chinese regime’s influence, the Chinese regime... Read more

  • Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper pauses as he address the media alongside Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott (not shown) on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Canda, June 9, 2014. (Cole Burston/AFP/Getty Images)

    Canadian PM Bans China’s State-Run Outlets From Trip Over Bad Behavior

    The Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper banned reporters from China’s state-run news outlets from an upcoming trip, citing a history of bad behavior. A spokesperson... Read more

  • Surveillance video shows a passenger, a Westerner, lying on the floor on the Shanghai Metro in Shanghai, China, on Aug. 9. Passengers in the cart fled the scene after seeing him faint. (Screenshot/Sohu.com)

    Fainting Foreigner in Shanghai Subway Causes Passengers to Panic

    A Western man on Line 2 of Shanghai’s Metro fainted in his seat on Aug. 9, causing passengers to dash frantically from the train car,... Read more

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    Dengue Fever Spreads in Guangzhou in Southern China

    The tropical disease dengue fever has been spreading rapidly in southern China’s Guangzhou, the capital of Guangdong Province. As of Aug. 13, 400 cases had... Read more

  • An undated picture released from North Korea's official Korean Central News Agency on Jan. 12 shows North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un inspecting the command of Korean People's Army (KPA) Unit 534. (KNS/AFP/Getty Images)

    North Korea Moves Tanks, Troops to China Border

    North Korea has moved “scores of tanks and armored vehicles” to join its 12th Corps near the border with China, according to South Korea’s Chosun... Read more

  • Jackie Chan’s Son Recently Detained In Beijing Drug Bust

    The actor son of Hong Kong’s action movie star Jackie Chan, has been detained in Beijing on drug related charges. This is the latest high-profile... Read more

  • In this Oct. 1, 2009, photo a truck loaded with the Chinese made drone, the ASN-207, takes part in a military parade. (AP Photo/Vincent Thian)

    Uighur Group Protests China’s Drone Surveillance in Xinjiang

    BEIJING—An overseas Uighur rights organization has protested the Chinese government’s use of drones in a security crackdown in the ethnic group’s home region of Xinjiang,... Read more

  • Guo Meimei posing in front of an Aston Martin in a photo posted on the Internet in 2011. (STR/AFP/Getty Images)

    China Uncensored: Confessions of Professional Mistress Guo Meimei

    Guo Meimei, WHY?!?!? I’m sorry, I’m a wreck today. And it’s all because of Guo Meimei. Beautiful tyrant, fiend angelical, dove-feathered raven, wolvish ravening lamb! ... Read more

  • A photograph of a tiger with its fur shorn, hanging above it, went viral on the Chinese Internet, an apparent mocking birthday card to Jiang Zemin, a former leader of the Chinese Communist Party. (freeweibo.com)

    Netizens Mock Former Chinese Leader Jiang Zemin on Birthday

    Jiang Zemin, a former leader of the Chinese Communist Party, turned 88 on Sunday. Online, he received what was probably an unwelcome birthday card. A... Read more

  • The gate of the Buddhist Panlong Temple in Yunnan Province was closed by monks on Aug. 15, who put up a sign protesting the local government’s attempt to commercialize their monastery. (Screenshot/sina.com.cn)

    Buddhist Temple in China Shuts Doors to Avoid Tourists

    Tourism officials in the southern Chinese province of Yunnan had a lucrative idea for the famous Panlong Buddhist Temple recently, attempting to turn it into... Read more

  • Ng Man-ting, a member of the Hong Kong Youth Care Association, dresses in yellow and pretends to be a practitioner of Falun Gong on Argyle Street, Mongkok, in Hong Kong, while handing out propaganda literature against the practice. Ng was recently sent to prison for 12 days. The sentence was suspended for a year. (Epoch Times)

    Ruffian in Hong Kong Front Group Is Sentenced

    For the first time a member of a band of agitators, who have operated for years in Hong Kong on behalf of a branch of... Read more

  • Left: 73 year-old Liu Daolan suffered violent attack on August 11 in Nanjing of Jiangsu Province after petitioned her grievance to the central inspection patrol, in a screenshot from 64tianwang.com. She suffers multiple fractures in the leg below the knee from the attack. Right: Liu Tonglin, who is over 60 years old, was violently attacked by two men after he appealed grievance to the central inspection team in Nanjing of Jiangsu Province on August 12, shown in a screenshot from 64tianwang.com. Liu suspects that the local authorities hired gangsters to attack him. (Epoch Times)

    After Reporting Grievances to Anti-Corruption Team, Chinese Citizens Attacked by Gangs

    After two Chinese petitioners presented long-standing grievances to an inspection team from Beijing, they were attacked by gangsters allegedly hired by the local authorities. Early... Read more

  • A crowd in the Kardze (Garzê) prefecture of Sichuan Province protests peacefully on Aug. 12. The police soon fired into the crowd, and four Tibetans later died in detention as a result of the untreated gunshot wounds. (Save Tibet)

    Tibetans Die of Untreated Gunshot Wounds in Custody in China

    At least five Tibetans have died following a protest last week in the Kardze (Garzê) prefecture in Sichuan Province after paramilitary forces fired into a... Read more

  • Lü Gengsong and his wife, Wang Xue'e, after his release from prison in August 2011. Lü, a veteran Chinese democracy activist and scholar, has been charged with subverting state power and faces additional prison time. (Chinese Human Rights Defenders)

    Chinese Activist and Writer Lü Gengsong Accused of Subversion

    A well-known figure in the Chinese democracy community, and a scholar of the Chinese Communist Party’s security apparatus, has been charged with sedition after spending... Read more

  • Geng He, wife of Chinese rights lawyer Gao Zhisheng, and their son, Tianyu, in the Bay Area, Calif., on Aug. 5. (Ma Youzhi/Epoch Times)

    Abuse Leaves Chinese Rights Lawyer Gao Zhisheng Barely Able to Speak, Wife Says

    Once dubbed the “conscience of China,” Gao Zhisheng spoke out powerfully for the persecuted and dispossessed. Now, after five years of abuse, the voice that... Read more

  • Policemen use a force-feeding torture method on a Falun Gong practitioner at the Hongqiao District Detention Center in Tianjin, China, in this file photo. (Courtesy of Minghui.org)

    Security Forces Brainwash for Bucks in China

    Dragging people from their beds, locking them away in secrecy for months or years, and subjecting them to forced ideological education would not, at first... Read more

  • British-US Couple on Trial in China for Doing Background Checks

    SHANGHAI—A Briton and an American charged with illegally trading in the personal details of Chinese nationals testified Friday that they bought such information to help... Read more

  • The wife of Gao Zhisheng, Geng He, speaks to reporters at a news conference held in the Bay Area, California, on Aug. 7. Gao Zhisheng, one of China's most prominent rights lawyers, was recently released from prison but is not yet free from official surveillance and control. (Ma Youzhi/Epoch Times)

    Chinese Rights Lawyer Gao Zhisheng Freed From Prison, but Not Yet Free

    After close to five and a half years in detention, some of it in mountain torture chambers, anonymous apartment buildings cut off from his family,... Read more

  • “What we see on the surface is very different than what is going on underneath”—David Matas, co-author of ‘Bloody Harvest.’ (Shutterstock*)

    Leading Transplant Doctor in China Mentioned in ‘Transplant Abuse’ Case

    Media reports in China about a court sentencing 12 people for “organ transplant abuse” have in them a riddle. An important figure in China’s medical... Read more

  • (Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

    Foreign Social-Networking Software Banned as China Tightens Censorship

    The Chinese Central Propaganda Department has banned the downloading of all foreign social-networking products. Previously downloadable social-networking products have also been blocked on a large... Read more

  • Yingyi Chen, a resident of Nanaimo, B.C., speaks at a rally outside the B.C. Legislature in Victoria on July 20, 2014, to mark the 15th anniversary of the launch of the persecution against Falun Gong in China on July 20, 1999. Chen’s mother and sister were repeatedly imprisoned and tortured for practicing Falun Gong. His mother was able to come to Canada in 2008, but his sister is currently in detention in China. (Epoch Times)

    Canadian Seeks Sister’s Release and End to Persecution

    Fifteen years ago the Chinese communist regime banned Falun Gong and started persecuting its adherents in China.  Here in Canada, it’s been nearly that many... Read more

  • On July 19 a rally was held after the procession reached Central Government Offices. Falun Gong human rights lawyer Teresa Chu gives a speech. (Epoch Times)

    Marches and Rally Call for End of Persecution

    HONG KONG—Falun Gong practitioners marked the 15th anniversary of the persecution of Falun Gong with a march and rally on July 19 and a march... Read more

  • (Minghui.org*)

    Commemoration of 7/20 Resonates Across the World

    July 20 2014 marks 15 years of ongoing persecution of Falun Dafa (also called Falun Gong) practitioners in China. Supporters gather all around the world,... Read more

  • The president of the CASRECH (Chamber of Supermarkets and Self-Service Restaurants Owned by Chinese Residents in Argentina) threatens a Falun Gong practitioner in Buenos Aires on July 19. (Epoch Times)

    Gangs Attack Protesters During Chinese Leader’s Visit in Argentina

    Video of the violent incidents in Buenos Aires. BUENOS AIRES, Argentina–A gang made up of members of local Chinese associations attacked Argentine practitioners of the... Read more

  • Dr. Minnan Liu (L) of the Falun Dafa Association of Edmonton presents over 4,000 signatures from Edmontonians on a petition to Brent Rathgeber, MP for Edmonton-St. Albert, on July 19, 2014 at the Dr. Wilbert McIntyre Park in Edmonton. The petition asks the Canadian government to urge the Chinese regime to stop the persecution of Falun Dafa in China. (Frank Liang/Epoch Times)

    Rally in Edmonton Marks 15 Years of Brutal Persecution

    EDMONTON—As the clouds began to disperse over the bustling area around Edmonton’s Farmers’ Market on Saturday, a group of people in yellow T-shirts began meditation,... Read more

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    A Compilation of 15 Years of Appeal By Falun Gong (+Photos)

    For 15 years, Falun Gong practitioners have gathered together to raise awareness and protest peacefully against the ongoing persecution. Since July 20, 1999, the Chinese... Read more

  • Falun Gong practitioners gather together to hold a candle light vigil in front of the U.S. Capitol, to commemorate the lives lost by the persecution, in Washington, D.C., on July 17, 2014. This year marks the 15 year of the persecution that started on July 20, 1999 in China. (Dai Bing/Epoch Times)

    Why I Came to DC to Commemorate 7/20

    On July 20th, 1999, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) launched its brutal persecution of Falun Gong, a peaceful cultivation practice based on the principles of... Read more

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    Direct From China: 15 Accounts of Persecution of Falun Gong

    Since July 20th 1999, exactly 15 years, Falun Gong practitioners in China have been illegally persecuted for their beliefs. To shed light on the injustices... Read more

  • Falun Dafa practitioners form a character formation spelling out "" at Gantry Plaza State Park in New York City on May 14, 2013. (Edward Dai/Epoch Times)

    How Much Do You Know About July 20th and Falun Gong? (Quiz)

    *Images of “world map,” “books,” and “anonymous man” via Shutterstock…... Read more

  • Falun Gong practitioner Paul Li speaks about his father, Li Xiaobo, who was imprisoned for eight years in China for practicing Falun Gong and was recently rearrested. Paul Li called on the Canadian government to help free his father in his speech at an event in front of the Chinese embassy in Ottawa on July 17, 2014, to mark 15 years since the persecution of Falun Gong began in China on July 20, 1999. (Courtesy of NTD Television)

    15 Years Too Long: Canadian Falun Gong Adherents Mark 15 Years of Persecution in China

    OTTAWA—Fifteen years ago on July 20, 1999, the Chinese Communist Party launched a genocidal campaign against some 70 to 100 million adherents of the Falun... 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 Chinese characters say 'Renounce the Chinese Communist Party.' (The Epoch Times)

    Chinese People: ‘The Communist Party Has Ruined China, Withdraw From It Immediately!’

    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)

    ‘Heaven Will Destroy the Chinese Communist Party’

    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, Feb. 14

    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)

    Chinese People: ‘We Don’t Want to Go Down With the Communist Party’

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

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

    Chinese People: ‘We are Grateful to The Epoch Times for this Platform’

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

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

    ‘The Evil Party Treated Us Worse Than Animals’

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

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    Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party – Introduction

    The Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party were first published in November of 2004, followed quickly by an English translation. This series has led more... Read more

  • The Red Army kidnapped one person from every rich family in the clan. Those kidnapped were kept alive to be ransomed back to their families for continued monetary support for the Red Army.

    Commentary 2: On the Beginnings of the Chinese Communist Party

    The Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party were first published in November of 2004, followed quickly by an English translation. This series has led more... Read more

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    Commentary 3: On the Tyranny of the Chinese Communist Party

    The Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party were first published in November of 2004, followed quickly by an English translation. This series has led more... Read more

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    Commentary 4: On How the Communist Party Opposes the Universe

    The Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party were first published in November of 2004, followed quickly by an English translation. This series has led more... Read more

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  • A re-enactment of organ harvesting in China on Falun Gong practitioners, during a rally in Ottawa, Canada, 2008. Recent evidence points to a new DNA organ transplant matching database consisting of data from DNA samples taken from Falun Gong practitioners outside of detention or prison. (Epoch Times)

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  • Australian Falun Gong practitioners from all over Australia gathering in front of Australian Parliament House. (Minghui.org)

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  • European flags fly in front of the Council of Europe building in Strasbourg, eastern France, on April 8, 2014. On July 9, the Council adopted the Council of Europe Convention against Trafficking in Human Organs. (Frederick Florin/AFP/Getty Images)

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  • File photo of David Matas. The Winnipeg-based international human rights lawyer won the Carthage International Award in the category of Peace and Defence of Human Rights on July 10, 2014. (Matthew Little/Epoch Times)

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  • The international human rights lawyer David Matas gestures as he speaks during a press conference in Hong Kong, July 17, 2006, on the illegal harvesting of human organs in mainland China. (Woody Wu/AFP/Getty Images)

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  • President of The Transplantation Society Dr. Francis L. Delmonico (far R) observes the signing of the Hangzhou Resolution in China on Oct. 29, 2013. Chinese health authorities later reneged on the promises made then, and a conference scheduled for June was subsequently canceled or postponed. (Screenshot/declarationofinstanbul.org)

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  • "Falun Dafa is Good" sign held by Falun Gong practitioner at Grand Canyon to counteract the lies of the Chinese Communist Party against 100 million people practicing Falun Gong. Picture taken on June 8, 2014. (Cat Rooney/Epoch Times)

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  • Jimmy Lai, a Hong Kong media tycoon and founder of Next Media. Lai's house in Hong Kong was searched by the Independent Commission Against Corruption on Aug. 28, 2014. (Screenshot/Apple Daily)

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  • Boats sailing downwind during Race-9 of the Quest Yachting Typhoon Series on Saturday Aug 23, 2014. (Bill Cox/Epoch Times)

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  • Tai Yiu-ting calls on all Hong Kongers to vote in Occupy Central’s Civil Referendum on June 23, 2014. (Poon/Epoch Times)

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  • A sign for Standard & Poor’s rating agency in front of the company’s headquarters in New York, Sept. 18, 2012. (AFP photo/Emmanuel Dunand)

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  • Nav Bharat striker Taman Singh Gill rounds the Hong Kong Football Club-A keeper Vincent Cheung before scoring with a reverse stick shot. Khalsa Naujawan Sabha (KNS) collects their first trophy of the season in the 9-aside one-day tournament at King’s Park last Sunday Aug 24, 2014. (Eddie So)

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  • Adjudged Best and Fairest Men’s player of the tournament, Hong Kong Winger, Tom McQueen runs in a try to the corner during his team’s 40-0 win against Korea in the Final of the RS Hong Kong Sevens at Hong Kong Football Club on Sunday Aug 24, 2104. (Bill Cox/Epoch Times)

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  • Kowloon Bowling Green Club team A will continue its quest to challenge for the Premier League title this weekend at home against fellow members from team B. Hong Kong international and the reigning National Singles champion Stanley Lai (delivering) will play a key role in bringing the title back to KBGC, after missing it out for two consecutive years to rival Kowloon Cricket Club. (Mike Worth)

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  • James Willstrop Seeded No. 3 of England (on strike) seen here playing Mohamed Elshorbagy of Egypt in the Quarter Final of the Hong Kong Squash Open 2013 is an early casualty in this year's event losing in the first round to Tarek Momen of Egypt.. Elshorbagy is seeded-2  in this year’s tournament. (Eddie So)

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  • Ng Man-ting, a member of the Hong Kong Youth Care Association, dresses in yellow and pretends to be a practitioner of Falun Gong on Argyle Street, Mongkok, in Hong Kong, while handing out propaganda literature against the practice. Ng was recently sent to prison for 12 days. The sentence was suspended for a year. (Epoch Times)

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  • Mainland tourists check books in the section of books that are banned in mainland China. (Yu Gang/Epoch Times)

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  • Hong Kong’s Max Lee (on strike) playing Alex Au in the Hong Kong Closed Squash Championship on July 6, 2014. (Bill Cox/Epoch Times)

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  • Li Ka-shing, chairman of Cheung Kong Holdings Ltd., speaks at a press conference in Hong Kong, on March 29, 2012. (Antony Dickson/AFP/Getty Images)

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  • Protesters in T-shirts with “Hong Kong Federation of Fujian Associations” printed on the back enjoy a restaurant meal as a bribe for joining the recent anti-democracy march in Hong Kong. Pro-CCP groups booked an entire Cantonese restaurant to give feasts to participants. (Epoch Times)

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  • Epoch Times composition photo of former Party leader Jiang Zemin and two supporters. In the foreground from L to R: Jiang, Zhou Yongkang, and Lo Hong-Shui. In the background, clouds build up over the Victoria harbor before a storm in Hong Kong on April 30, 2013. (Philippe Lopez/AFP/Getty Images)

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  • ‘Calamansi’ Line Honours winner and winner on handicap of re-sail Race-2 of the Quest Yachting typhoon Series at Port Shelter on Sunday Aug 17, 2014. Calamansi also took Line Honours in the Islands race that followed. (Bill Cox/Epoch Times)

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  • Wing Tom McQueen and the HKG 7s Team will be hoping to shrug off Japan in 2014. (Hong Kong RFU)

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