Xi Jinping

Debunking the Lies of the Chinese Communist Party

Commentary At the General Debate of the 75th Session of the United Nations General Assembly via videoconference, Chinese leader Xi Jinping said that “China will honor its commitment of providing $2 billion of international assistance” and “provide another $50 million to the U.N. COVID-19 Global…

China in Focus: Students in China Shout Out Against Lockdown

A heartbroken mother is suing Chinese authorities over the death of her daughter. She said the CCP coverup of the epidemic led to her death. After college students on campus in North China were recorded screaming out at night, the same incident happened in South…

High-Profile Memorial of Yang Baibing Reveals Infighting Within CCP

Commentary Chinese officials held a commemoration symposium for Yang Baibing (1920–2013) on Sept. 9, who was the former commander-in-chief of China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA) and led the bloody suppression of the 1989 Tiananmen student protests. The attendance of Zhao Leji, a key member of…

Beijing takes private firms under its political wing

Beijing appears to be forcing private enterprises and their owners and stakeholders to adopt the same “political requirements” that apply to Communist Party members and state enterprises. The Party push comes after President Xi Jinping’s latest direction to ramp up the Party’s so-called United Front…

China Sentences Xi Critic to 18 Years for Graft

BEIJING—China sentenced a former property executive who once called President Xi Jinping “a clown” to 18 years in prison for graft, a court said on Tuesday, in what some critics called an especially harsh sentence amid an ongoing clampdown on dissent. Ren Zhiqiang, the former…

U.N. Chief Guterres Calls for ‘Improved World Governance’

U.N. Secretary General Antonio Guterres on Monday called for “improved world governance” as one solution to constant geopolitical upheaval, with the globalist body central to his appeal for the revival of multilateralism. 0…

Beijing Has No Way Out Of The Crises It Faces: Chinese Scholar

Nothing can help the Chinese communist regime as it battles with crises on multiple fronts, according to a Chinese scholar who earlier this year called on Chinese leader Xi Jinping to step down. Leng Jiefu, a retired professor and former director of the politics faculty…

Shanghai takes new aim at replacing Hong Kong

SHANGHAI – On the coastal reaches southeast of Shanghai, China’s ambitions to transform its most populous and affluent city into a global financial hub are beginning to take shape on a ring-shaped city reclaimed from the sea. Beijing is expected to loosen its tight grip…

Non-summit shows EU-China ties at new low

Anxiety about the recent EU-China leaders’ meeting had been growing for some time. First, the eruption of Covid-19 was reason to cancel the physical summit – the so-called Leipzig Summit – and opt for a videoconference. The reality, though, is that there was not much…

Why the EU and China can’t agree on a deal

PRAGUE – At the start of 2020, German Chancellor Angela Merkel thought this week she would be welcoming Chinese President Xi Jinping and the heads of other European governments for a major summit in Leipzig, her diplomatic swansong as she prepares to step down after…

Xi loses a friend as US envoy’s term cut short

Washington’s top representative in Beijing is packing to leave as the world’s most important relationship hits a new low and needs an “old China hand” more than ever to stop tensions from spiraling out of control. Terry Branstad, who is seeing out the final weeks…

John Bolton: Trump Is a ‘Useful Idiot’ to Many Foreign Dictators

Former National Security Adviser John Bolton said on Monday’s broadcast of CNN’s “The Situation Room” that President Donald Trump has been a “useful idiot” in his dealing with Russian President Vladimir Putin, Chinese President Xi Jinping, and North Korean Kim Jong-un. 0…

EU Presses China on Market Access, Human Rights

BRUSSELS—The European Union on Monday urged China to further open its markets up to European companies and prove that it really does want to secure an investment agreement this year with the bloc, its largest trading partner. After a two-hour video conference, German Chancellor Angela…

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…

EU and China to talk trade as tensions mount

EU leaders are due to hold video talks with Chinese President Xi Jinping on Monday hoping to make progress on trade and investment, even as tensions mount between Beijing and the West over Hong Kong and the treatment of minority Uighurs. The virtual meeting between…

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