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China insider: Australian Correspondents Escape China; Fear of Being Disappeared

Australian Correspondents Escape China; Fear of Being Disappeared Recently, two Australian journalists stationed in China were raided by the Chinese National Security Police in the middle of the night and were restricted from leaving China. The CCP did not explain the reason for such action,…

China in Focus (Sept. 14): Top US-China Advisor Criticized by Home Province

Pompeo’s top China advisor is being blasted by his native country. One Chinese clan even kicked him out of the family, though they may not be related. A harassment technique seemingly inspired by science fiction is reportedly being used to torment Chinese people —specifically those…

Desperate Cry From China’s Xinjiang Region Amid Strict Lockdown (1)

The same tragic story that happened in Wuhan six months ago is now occurring again in the Xinjiang region, as thousands of residents in high rise buildings shouted and screamed into the night in despair. Xinjiang’s capital city Urumqi has been under strict lockdown for…

National Security Advisor: China Actively Interferes in US

On September 4, White House national security advisor Robert O’Brien said the Chinese regime has the “most massive” program among countries seeking to interfere in the U.S. election, and has taken the most active role in political influence efforts. O’Brien told reporters at a briefing:…

Decoupling From CCP: US and Allies Would Cut China’s Growth

As U.S.-China relations become increasingly tense, the chances of a U.S.-China decoupling has drawn increasing attention. Some economists believe that if the United States joins hands with its allies in decoupling from the CCP, it will cause a huge blow to China’s economy, dropping its…

China Insider Aug. 31: Names Exposed in CCPs Australian ‘Thousand Talents Plan’

A recent investigation done by Australian media revealed that the Chinese Communist Party is taking advantage of the loopholes of Australian laws. The CCP secretly recruited dozens of Australian top investigative scholars to join the “Thousand Talents Plan” or other recruitment programs. This news shocked…

CCP Controls Public Opinion by Fabricating Events and Discussions Online

With more than 850 million internet users in China, the Chinese Communist Party has become increasingly aggressive in internet censoring and blocking. Recently, The Epoch Times received an internal document of the CCP’s that showed municipalities in Henan Province used human resources and materials to…

Desperate Cry from China’s Xinjiang Region Amid Strict Lockdown

The same tragic story that happened in Wuhan six months ago is now occurring again in the Xinjiang region, as thousands of residents in high rise buildings shouted and screamed into the night in despair. Xinjiang’s capital city Urumqi has been under strict lockdown for…

Taiwanese Government Continues to Remove CCP Infiltration

The U.S. government will remove Chinese apps such as TikTok and WeChat that present great threats in the U.S. in order to protect the privacy of American businesses and people and to minimize national security risks. Many countries have also followed the footsteps. After banning…

NASA Researcher Arrested for Allegedly Concealing Ties to China

On August 24, the Justice Department announced that a Texas A&M University (TAMU) professor has been arrested and charged in connection with hiding his funding from China while working as a researcher for NASA. Cheng Zhengdong, 53, a professor of engineering at TAMU for years,…

Typhoon Bavi Slams Northeastern China for the First Time Since 1964

On the morning of Aug. 27, Typhoon Bavi made landfall in an area near the China-North Korea border, damaging homes and buildings, flooded roads, and toppling utility poles in North Korea. China’s coastal city of Dalian located in Liaoning Province suspended all business and school…

Petitioners Arrested and Detained as Security Level Rises in Beijing

As a tradition, high ranking CCP officials and senior politicians vacation in Beidaihe District near Beijing during the end of July and early August every year. As a result, security in Beidaihe has been significantly upgraded recently. Petitioners said that there are about 30,000 military…

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