The Chinese regime is due to host the Winter Olympics in less than two months, an event that’s bringing back memories of the 2008 Beijing Games, which at the time was labeled the “Bloody Olympics.”
Since then, the Chinese Communist Party has expanded its human rights abuses, surveillance apparatus, and censorship practices to become the world’s largest high-tech authoritarian state. The issue of human rights in China is now coming into the spotlight after the United States announced a diplomatic boycott of the Beijing Olympics in protest against Beijing’s genocide in Xinjiang. Other democracies are considering the same.
In this upcoming Epoch Times Live Q&A webinar, we’ll explore the topic of the Chinese Communist Party’s human rights abuses and why this matters for the upcoming Beijing Olympics. Join host Joshua Philipp and guest speakers Nina Shea, Bradley Thayer, and Laura Harth for this special online event.
Join the event on Epoch TV:
Wednesday, Dec. 15, at 8:00 p.m. ET, only on EpochTV.com
Host of Crossroads, senior investigative reporter at The Epoch Times
Senior fellow and director at the Center for Human Rights Freedom, Hudson Institute
Founding member of the Committee on the Present Danger: China, and author of “How China Sees the World”
Campaign director and human rights activist at Safeguard Defenders
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