Chinese Regime


  • Human rights lawyer Gao Zhisheng is seen in his former office in Beijing in a Nov. 2, 2005, file photo. (Verna Yu/AFP/Getty Images)

    Gao Zhisheng Defends Falun Gong Practitioners

    Falun Gong practitioners from Shijiazhuang city in Hebei province, Mr. and Mrs. Huang Wei, were recently released thanks to justice activists’ appeals and rescue efforts... Read more

  • Christians in China are Keeping the Faith

    The so-called “Three-selves (self-governing, self-supporting, and self-propagating) Patriotic Movement Committee of the Protestant Churches in China” represents an unconventional version of Christianity in China. The... Read more

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    Russians Test Missile for China: Moscow Hopes to Export More Weapons to Beijing

    Russian missile makers have recently tested a new weapon they hope to sell to China. The newly developed Russian missile is designed to attack naval... 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)

    The 6-10 Office

    The recent defections of Chinese officials in Australia has brought to light the existence of one of the world’s most ruthless organizations still in existence... Read more

  • Chinese Communist Party Collapses

    270-Million-Year-Old Stone Bears Words: ‘Chinese Communist Party Collapses’

    In June 2002, a 270 million-year-old “hidden words stone” was discovered in Guizhou, China. A crack that formed 500 years ago in a large stone revealed... Read more

  • Taiwan’s Mainland Affairs Council (MAC) Chairman Joseph Wu said on April 10th that official Chinese media outlets Xinhua News Agency and the People&#039s Daily only air opinions from the "extreme sides of Taiwan&#039s political spectrum," and that their reports are not helpful to promote understanding between the two sides of the Taiwan Straight. The government thereby temporarily banned these two Chinese media from sending journalists to Taiwan.  (Central News Agency)

    Chinese Media Banned from Sending Journalists to Taiwan Due to “Untruthful Reporting”

    Taiwan’s Mainland Affairs Council (MAC) banned China’s government-controlled Xinhua Agency and the People’s Daily from stationing journalists in Taiwan due to the government’s decision of... Read more

  • The Epoch Times' publication, 'Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party,' has been instrumental in convincing 55 million people to quiet the Chinese Communist Party. (Edward Dai/The Epoch Times)

    Over 30 Jiaotong University Alumni Withdraw from the Communist Party and League

    The public announcements of withdrawing from the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and League published on the special The Epoch Times website have already exceeded 700,000... Read more

  • Petitioners stomp and tear up articles relating to the CCP. (Wu Xiaoqiao/Epoch Times)

    On the Eve of Qing Ming Festival, Hong Kong Residents Destroy CCP Paraphernalia

    HONG KONG – On the eve of Qing Ming Festival, civil organizations, included among them the Southern Democratic Alliance, gathered to pay homage to those... Read more

  • Chinese military delegates arrive for the Chinese Communist Party Congress, October 21, 2007 in Beijing, China. Recently The Epoch Times reported that the Beijing Second Intermediate People's Court accepted a civilian's lawsuit against a current standing member of the regime's Political Bureau. (Andrew Wong/Getty Images)

    Laws are Changeable in the Hands of the Communist Party

    On Dec. 31, Gao Zhisheng, one of the best attorneys in China, published a letter he had sent to the National People’s Congress and Wu... Read more

  • The funeral chapel of the Babaoshan Revolutionary Cemetery (The Epoch Times)

    Huge Crowds Gather outside Babaoshan for Zhao’s Memorial; Foreign Reporters Beaten

    The memorial service for the former Chinese Communist Party General Secretary Zhao Ziyang is being held at this moment in Babaoshan Revolutionary Cemetery. According to... Read more

  • The Civil Hero Monument at Tiananmen Square on Jan. 17. (Getty Images)

    Zhao Ziyang’s Passing Puts CCP on ‘Red Alert’

    After the passing on Jan. 17 of Zhao Ziyang, the former general secretary of the Chinese Communist Party, Tiananmen Square has been placed under tight... Read more

  • (File photo) A doctor goes through a set of chest x-ray scans with a patient at a hospital in the eastern Chinese city of Hangzhou, 14 May 2003. In mid August, school students in Hunan Province were subjected to a chest examination and X-rays after some students contracted tuberculosis despite being vaccinated.  (/AFP/Getty Images)

    Students Contract Tuberculosis from Immunization in Hunan, China

    Concerns have been raised in Longhui county, Hunan province after some children were diagnosed with tuberculosis after being vaccinated against the disease. Parents say that... Read more

  • Director of China’s education system and Jiang Zemin’s favored subordinate in the “Shanghai Faction,” Chen Zhili. Editor’s Note: Shanghai Faction refers to the group of officials in the central Communist government who were originally local officials from Shanghai. [Archive Photo]

    Chen Zhili Under Fire for ‘Commercialization of Education’

    Under the leadership of Chen Zhili, the educational system is a disorganized mess which is drawing widespread criticism from angry citizens for the last three... Read more

  • It’s no secret in China that Chinese policemen, judges, and doctors work together to steal organs from corpses of dead criminals.

    Illegal Organ Business Booms

    On July 17, 2004, the Scientific and Technology Museum of Taiwan held an exhibition of human anatomy. At the exhibition, all the human bodies and... Read more

  • A Chinese worker paints ceramic "Smurfs" for export at a factory in Dehua, Fujian Province, China, on Dec. 4, 2014. (Kevin Frayer/Getty Images)

    The High Cost of China’s Laogai

    With his teeth cracked and hands bleeding, Wan Guifu struggled to split one more watermelon seed with his teeth. For him working outside in the... Read more

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