1. Teens, Youth, and Middle-Aged People Scholarism, the Hong Kong Federation of Students ,and the Troika of Occupy Central are the three major groups that...
The Real Reason HK Government Pulled Out of Dialogue
The Hong Kong government pulled out of negotiating with protesters after news broke that in 2012 Leung Chun-ying received a $6.5 million payment from an... Read more
Hong Kong Government’s Missteps Give Xi Jinping Opportunity
Commentary Xi’s Difficult Spot The Hong Kong protests have put Xi Jinping in a difficult spot. The difficulty for the general secretary of the Chinese... Read more
Negotiations With Hong Kong’s Students Are Just a Tactic
Talks between the students protesting in Hong Kong for universal suffrage and the Hong Kong government will start on Friday. It looks like the Chinese Communist... Read more
Hong Kong Protesters Risk All Hoping for Democracy
Xi Jinping’s path to reforming the Chinese Communist Party has met a roadblock in Hong Kong. Since General Secretary Xi took power, his struggle to... Read more
What Is Happening in Hong Kong? Umbrella Movement May Be Just the Beginning
Okay, I need to talk to the student protesters of Hong Kong for a moment. You guys just need to relax and take a deep... Read more
China Uncensored: The People’s Daily Is Run by Cats
With constant and shifting political intrigues swirling in the Chinese Communist Party, it’s hard to always know who is in charge. But one thing has... Read more
Great Firewall of China Tasked With Keeping Hong Kong Conflagration in Check
From 1997, when Hong Kong was officially “returned” to China after Britain’s long lease, the tiny island was bound to remain something of an anomaly... Read more
China Uncensored: What’s Happening in Hong Kong is Not What You Think…
Recently, China’s rubber stamp National People’s Congress (NPC) delivered the deathblow to hopes for full democracy in Hong Kong. Despite promising universal suffrage by 2017,... Read more
China to Hong Kong: You Can Vote, We Select the Candidates
Seventeen years after taking control of Hong Kong, pledging universal suffrage for the territory, Beijing has made one-person one-vote meaningless by giving itself sole prerogative... Read more
The Goldilocks Solution: Why Zhou Yongkang Will Be Charged With Murder
That Zhou Yongkang is guilty was decided long ago. Now the Chinese Communist Party must decide what crime he is guilty of. Recently one of... Read more
China Uncensored: Mooncakes: Tasty Treats, or Instruments of Corruption?
Monday was the Mid-Autumn Festival in China, also known as the moon festival. It’s a time for people to reunite with family and friends and... Read more
China Uncensored: Is the SAT Controlling Your Mind?!
I don’t want to alarm anyone, but I’m afraid I’ve got some bad news. According to China’s state-run Xinhua News Agency, there are concerns in... Read more
China Uncensored: Is Democracy Doomed in Hong Kong?
Loyal readers will know that I’ve been keeping tabs on the slow-motion train wreck that’s happening in Hong Kong. For those of you new to... Read more
Death Sentence Reversed in China, But Justice Left Wanting
On Aug. 22, eight years of misery ended for Nian Bin and his family. The Higher Court of southeastern China’s Fujian Province acquitted him of... Read more
Likely Road Map For Taking Out Former Chinese Regime Leader Jiang Zemin
In February, Chinese media reported on the strategy by which the Chinese regime’s Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) is going after corrupt high-level officials... Read more
China Uncensored: Chinese Media’s Strange Response to Ferguson
Now, bootlegs and cheap knockoffs are pretty common in China. And so I would have thought, if ever there were a golden opportunity for the... Read more