Chinese Communist Party

Chinese State Media Call TikTok Deal ‘Highway Robbery’

Last week, Chinese Communist state media were hailing a prospective deal between Chinese company ByteDance, Oracle, and Walmart for control of the TikTok social media platform as a huge win for ByteDance and China, and a crushing defeat for President Donald Trump — The terms…

Pompeo: Chinese Consulate in New York Engaged in Espionage

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told the New York Post on Thursday that the recent arrest of a New York City police officer on charges of spying for the Chinese government was just the tip of the iceberg, with more arrests likely on the way.…

Communist China Exploiting Gaps in US Military: Rebeccah Heinrichs

For years, the Chinese Communist Party has aggressively sought to modernize its military, with a focus on anti-satellite weapons, hypersonic missiles, and cyberspace. “What China has been doing, really since the 90s, is invest heavily in the kinds of weapons systems specifically to target where…

Sen. Ted Cruz on the Strategy to ‘Defeat’ China’s Communist Party

“China and the Chinese government is the new evil empire,” says Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas). While engaging in crimes against humanity, the regime in Beijing has managed to subvert many aspects of American society, from Hollywood, to academia, to professional sports like the NBA. In…

China in Focus: Chinese Scientists Create Man-Made Virus

Whistleblower Dr. Yan Limeng attests the CCP-virus was made in a lab. But in 2013, Chinese scientists already created a virus that many warned could lead to a global pandemic. China’s e-commerce giant Alibaba’s financial affiliate Ant Group is set to go public in Hong…

Wuhan Families of Coronavirus Victims Say China Blocking Lawsuits

The families of Chinese coronavirus victims in Wuhan, where the coronavirus pandemic originated accused the Communist Party of blocking lawsuits against the state for its poor handling of the outbreak on obscure legal grounds, Agence France Presse (AFP) reported Thursday. 0…

China in Focus: Twitter Suspends Chinese Whistleblower Account

A fruit vendor was attacked by a police-like official and defended herself with a knife. Thanks to the leaking of a surveillance video clip, and the pressure of public opinion, she avoided being sent to a detention center. A Chinese city with over 200,000 people…

US Senator Introduces Bill To Promote Internet Freedom Amid China’s Censorship

Sen. Cory Gardner (R-Colo.) has introduced new legislation aimed at promoting internet freedom, in particular to counter internet censorship imposed by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). The bill, named the Free the Internet around the Globe to Hack Tyranny and Censorship Act (FIGHT Censorship Act),…

Rally at LA’s Chinese Consulate Calls for End to New Wave of Persecution

LOS ANGELES—The Chinese Communist Party’s persecution of Falun Gong has recently intensified, and practitioners of the spiritual meditation practice living in Los Angeles, Calif., gathered in front of the Chinese Consulate on Sept. 13 to call for an end to the persecution. In the first…

Chinese Tycoon Faces 5-10 Years in Prison for Insulting Xi Jinping

Chinese property tycoon Ren Zhiqiang reportedly pleaded not guilty at his trial for bribery and abuse of power on Friday — If convicted on all charges, he would most likely face 5-10 years in prison, although he could receive a death sentence. 0…

Chinese State Media: China Must Prepare for War

China must “be prepared” for war amid escalating territorial conflicts with neighboring countries that have increased the risk of military conflict in recent months, the Chinese Communist Party newspaper Global Times argued on Friday. 0…

Pompeo Lambasts Beijing’s Hypocrisy in Choosing to Reject US Ambassador’s Op-ed

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo called out Beijing’s hypocrisy in a statement reacting to a Chinese media outlet’s decision to refuse publishing an op-ed drafted by the U.S. Ambassador to China Terry Branstad. Pompeo said the outlet, the Chinese Communist Party’s official mouthpiece, People’s Daily,…

Pompeo Expresses Concerns Over Hong Kong Government’s Draconian Measures

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo called out the Hong Kong government on Sept. 8 for its recent actions that curtailed the city’s basic freedoms. “Democracy, respect for fundamental freedoms, and government accountability to the people are the best paths to stability in Hong Kong—not draconian…

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