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Chinese Medical Expert’s Suicide Draws Attention to Questionable Organ Transplant ‘Model’
The suicide of Chinese organ transplant specialist Zang Yunjin has drawn attention to a questionable "Qingdao model" of human organ transplantation. Zang, 57, head of the Organ Transplantation Center at ...
March 12, 2021
China’s Communist Party Blames Imported Food for Recent COVID-19 Surges
The news of "positive nucleic acid tests on imported food packaging" has appeared frequently lately on mainland Chinese ...
January 31, 2021
How Did Qingdao City Complete COVID-19 Testing on Nearly 11 Million People in Just 5 Days?
News Analysis Chinese state-run media Xinhua claimed that Qingdao city tested nearly 11 million residents within five days ...
November 16, 2020
Xiaoxu Sean Lin
Mainland Chinese Activists Demand CCP to Step Down
Two Chinese activists from the mainland are standing up against the ruling Chinese Communist Party (CCP), demanding the ...
October 22, 2020
China Claims Zero New CCP Virus Cases in 11 Million Tests, But Citizens Skeptical
After a cluster of COVID-19 cases recently emerged in Qingdao, the Chinese regime began a campaign to test ...
October 20, 2020
Results of Mass Virus Tests in China Questioned as Severity of Latest Outbreak Remains Unknown
China’s northern city of Qingdao tested nearly 11 million local citizens after a local outbreak of the CCP ...
October 18, 2020
Locals Skeptical as Chinese Authorities Claim No New Virus Cases, Issue Strict Containment Measures
Authorities at the epicenter of China’s latest COVID-19 outbreak claimed on Oct. 15 that they have found no ...
October 15, 2020
China in Focus (Oct. 14): Xi Jinping Repeatedly Coughs During Speech
Mass testing for the CCP virus in Qingdao city continues. Authorities report zero new virus cases within the ...
October 14, 2020
China in Focus (Oct. 13): CCP Leader Tells Troops to Get Ready
China's premier Li Keqiang said on Monday that the domestic and foreign environment in China remains complex and ...
October 13, 2020
Chinese City Locks Down Neighborhoods, Shuts Hospitals Amid Growing CCP Virus Outbreak
After a CCP virus outbreak in Qingdao city, eastern China, authorities are scrambling to contain infections by locking ...
October 12, 2020
Chinese Authorities Set Strict Quarantine Rules After Outbreak in Coastal City
Authorities in the city of Qingdao in eastern China announced three new CCP virus infections on Oct. 11, ...
October 11, 2020
China Encourages Holiday Travel Despite Local Lockdowns to Prevent COVID-19 Spread
As China prepares to celebrate the eight-day Mid-Autumn Festival holiday, authorities in popular tourist cities are claiming that ...
September 30, 2020
Passenger Train Derails In Northwest China
A passenger train derailed when passing through northwestern China's Qinghai Province on Monday afternoon, according to state media. ...
September 1, 2014
China’s Chengguan vs. People’s Liberation Army: Qingdao Offensive
Not even the People’s Liberation Army is safe from the chengguan, China’s notoriously violent urban enforcement officials.
September 9, 2013
China’s Shores Invaded By Swathes Of Green Algae
Bright green algae has inundated a Chinese beach in Qingdao, a coastal city in the eastern Chinese province ...
July 5, 2013
During Chinese New Year, Traps for Travelers Abound
Around this time every year China undergoes a massive internal migration, but travelers need to be careful.
February 6, 2013
Florida Lawsuit Against Biden’s Immigration Policy Seeks to Force Him to ‘Follow the Law’: DeSantis
Oklahoma Supreme Court Rules City Violated Law in Cutting Police Budget
Isabel van Brugen
Biden to Hold Second Meeting With Bipartisan Group of Lawmakers About Infrastructure Proposal
Democrat Efforts to Expand Supreme Court ‘Biggest Assault’ on the Rule of Law: Graham
After Child Dies, US Regulator Warns About Peloton Treadmill
The Associated Press
Macron Says Nations Must ‘Define Red Lines’ With Russia
The Associated Press
CCP Targets Hong Kong Epoch Times Out of Fear, Says Novelist and Translator of ‘Wild Swans’
Repealing Trump’s SALT Cap Deemed Unpopular as It Benefits Rich
Hawaii Supreme Court Ends Pandemic-Related Early Prisoner Release
Russia Expels 20 Czechs After Blast Blamed on Skripal Suspects