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‘Killed to Order’ Documentary on China’s Organ Tourism Featured at UCLA Film Festival
A documentary about organ tourism in China was presented at the Awareness Film Festival at UCLA’s Department of ...
October 2, 2014
Falun Gong Practitioner in China Pays Ultimate Price for Tapping Into TV Network
A Falun Gong practitioner who tapped into a television channel in China has died from torture after seven ...
May 27, 2014
China’s Contingency Plans for North Korea Collapse
China has prepared for military intervention in case of a North Korean regime collapse.
May 9, 2014
New Grassroots Database Tracks China’s Political Prisoners
A Chinese human rights advocacy group has set up a database of political prisoners in China.
May 6, 2014
A Top Editor With Xinhua, Chinese Official News Agency, Commits Suicide
The deputy director and editor-in-chief of state-run Xinhua News Agency in Anhui Province, is said to have committed ...
May 2, 2014
Smuggled Toilet Paper Diary Discloses Brutal Torture in Chinese Detention Center
A young woman, tortured in a Chinese black jail for practicing Falun Gong, secretly recorded her experiences in ...
April 29, 2014
US State Department Joins Support for Detained Chinese Lawyers
The U.S. State Department joined international human rights groups in their support of four Chinese lawyers who are ...
April 5, 2014
Chinese Embassy Attempts to Prevent Rally During Xi Jinping Visit in Paris
Practitioners of Falun Gong, a spiritual practice that has been subjected to severe persecution in China for the ...
March 31, 2014
‘Transcending Fear: The Story of Gao Zhisheng’ Features Imprisoned Chinese Lawyer
The life of jailed Chinese human rights attorney Gao Zhisheng was featured in a documentary at the Free ...
November 10, 2013
Your Guide to Traditional Chinese Wedding Etiquette
Traditional Chinese weddings are colorful and festive and based on a comprehensive system of etiquette.
October 11, 2013
German Newspaper Points to Western Complicity in Organ Trade in China
The West is deeply enmeshed in China's questionable and lucrative organ trade, a major German newspaper says.
September 2, 2013
Event Critical of Chinese Regime Canceled in Germany
An event critical of the Chinese regime was unexpectedly canceled in Hamburg, Germany, apparently due to pressure from ...
August 26, 2013
800 Tianjin Residents Petition for Falun Gong Practitioner’s Release in China
In the northern Chinese city of Tianjin 800 residents signed a petition demanding the release of a Falun ...
August 26, 2013
The Cost of Doing Business in China
Eight years of teaching and doing business in China ended in disillusionment and lessons in deception and broken ...
February 8, 2013
Chinese Men Jailed for Calling On Hu Jintao to Disclose Assets
Several people have been sentenced to prison and re-education through labor after they called on officials to disclose ...
December 28, 2012
Chinese Policeman Helps Falun Gong Escape
A Falun Gong practitioner says he escaped illegal arrest in China with the help of a “secret” policeman.
November 26, 2012
Chinese Military Identifies ‘Hostile Forces’ for ‘Attack and Removal’
The Chinese Communist Party has blacklisted thousands of domestic and international organizations and individuals for being "hostile" and ...
May 5, 2012
Reports on Organ Abuse Hint Change of Winds, Expert Says
Recent reports on organ transplantation abuse in China, previously a sensitive topic, may be paving the way for ...
April 23, 2012
Journalist’s Work Portrayed Lurid Corruption by Bo Xilai and Family
Official media said Bo’s family lived a simple life, but the reality was just the opposite.
March 31, 2012
Hu Jintao Takes Aim at China’s Top Cop
Since Bo Xilai was sacked on March 15, Zhou Yongkang, China's top cop, has become the focal point ...
March 28, 2012
Gleanings From China’s Two Meetings
The ten-day meetings of China’s rubber-stamp Congress have come to an end. According to many Chinese, the meetings ...
March 18, 2012
Xi Jinping’s Close Encounter With Falun Gong
Protesters followed Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping everywhere he went during his two-day visit in Los Angeles last ...
February 21, 2012
China Now Has 500 Protests Daily: Party Scholar
A Party scholar’s recent statements reflect the Chinese communist regime’s anxiety over social unrest.
February 20, 2012
Extradited Lai Chongxing, Prosecuted on Eve of Xi’s Visit to US
The timing of the Lai case during Xi’s U.S. visit alludes to the discord in the Communist Party ...
February 14, 2012
Beijing Threatens Officials in Tibet, Tells Them to Take Control
Beijing told Tibetan officials to maintain stability, or face dismissal and criminal charges.
February 7, 2012
Gao Zhisheng May Already Have Died From Torture, Says Wife
Uncertainty as to the whereabouts and health condition of Chinese human rights lawyer Gao Zhisheng still abounds.
January 25, 2012
Chinese Authorities Demolish Mosque in Western China
A clash between police and residents over the demolition of a mosque has left two killed and over ...
January 5, 2012
President Trump: ‘The Days of Socialism and Communism Are Numbered’
Unruly Texas Protestors Vandalize Border Patrol Museum
Boom in Stock Buybacks Stirs a Hot Debate in Washington
Earmarks Advocates Want to Restore Discredited Tool
6 Illegal Aliens With Ties to Mexican Cartel Arrested in Drug Trafficking Investigation
Catalan Leaders’ Trial a Major Factor in Upcoming Spanish Election
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Pence Urges Unwilling Europeans to Back Iran Sanctions, Quit Iran Nuclear Deal
China’s Confucius Institutes Are Threat to Freedom, British Politicians Warn
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EU Decides to Continue Diplomatic Efforts on Venezuela Despite Maduro Denying Entry to MEPs
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Nigerian Brothers Tell Police Jussie Smollett Paid Them to Stage Attack: Reports