Xi Jinping in Tibet: A Sideshow About Water

Xi also visited the holy places of Tibetan Buddhism, for photo opportunities with mandatorily cheering monks. Bitter Winter was told that he repeated the usual slogans that monks should love the Party and follow the Party, and warned that any relations with “separatists” abroad and the “Dalai Lama clique” will not be tolerated.

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Overseas Chinese Call for an End to the Chinese Communist Party

Bai Jiemin, President of the Chinese Democracy & Human Rights Alliance Eastern U.S. Branch, said: “as people who suffered from the CCP back in China, we want to tell everyone that the CCP does not represent China and it is not qualified to do so, either. We need to sweep the regime into its tomb so that Chinese people can once again enjoy freedom and happiness.”

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Two Chinese “Dissidents” Reached Safety in Netherlands After Being Persecuted in China

Mr. Wang, a permanent resident of the United States, fled China in 2019 to live overseas when he was 17 years old for posting online support for the Hong Kong democracy movement. In February 2021, he posted on the Chinese social software “Weibo” questioning the number of Chinese soldiers killed in the Sino-Indian military conflict. This escalated the persecution by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). As a result, he received threatening phone calls, his parents were arrested, and his personal information leaked online.

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Toronto: People from China Call the Quit the CCP Call Center

After a retired cadre from Northeast China quit the CCP, Ms. Wang asked if he would suggest to his family members that they, too, quit the Party using aliases. He agreed without hesitation, “Sure, I will do that.” He later called back to say, “Four of them want to quit the CCP. Thank you!”

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Xi Jinping in Tibet: A Sideshow About Water

Xi also visited the holy places of Tibetan Buddhism, for photo opportunities with mandatorily cheering monks. Bitter Winter was told that he repeated the usual slogans that monks should love the Party and follow the Party, and warned that any relations with “separatists” abroad and the “Dalai Lama clique” will not be tolerated.

Read More »

Overseas Chinese Call for an End to the Chinese Communist Party

Bai Jiemin, President of the Chinese Democracy & Human Rights Alliance Eastern U.S. Branch, said: “as people who suffered from the CCP back in China, we want to tell everyone that the CCP does not represent China and it is not qualified to do so, either. We need to sweep the regime into its tomb so that Chinese people can once again enjoy freedom and happiness.”

Read More »