Chinese Regime

Smear Campaign Signals Move Against Top Chinese General

Guo Zhenggang, the son of former vice chairman of the Central Military Commission, is the target of a smear campaign. (Freeweibo.com)
Guo Zhenggang, the son of former vice chairman of the Central Military Commission, is the target of a smear campaign. (Freeweibo.com)

In what seems to be a prelude to another takedown of a former senior member of the People’s Liberation Army, Chinese official and quasi-official propaganda...




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