Huawei Has Technology to Recognize Uyghur Faces: The Evidence

IPVM, the world’s leading authority on video surveillance, discovered an internal Huawei document that, by purpose or mistake, was freely available on Huawei’s European website. Immediately after IPVM asked Huawei for explanations, the document disappeared.

Human Rights Groups Urge IOC to Block China From Hosting Olympics

VISION TIMES Several human rights groups have written a joint letter to the International Olympic Committee (IOC) asking them to block China from hosting the 2022 Winter Olympics due to the country’s gross human rights violations. Beijing is looking forward to hosting the event as a way to showcase to the world how technologically advanced and socially […]

Liberian Fishing Communities Stand up to Chinese Super Trawlers

Amanda Lichtenstein | Global Voices Granting fishing licenses to these massive trawlers will destroy livelihoods The arrival of six Chinese supertrawlers in Monrovia, Liberia, last month has sparked outrage among the country’s small-scale canoe fishers. These supertrawlers are capable of catching 12,000 tonnes of fish a year, which is about twice the nation’s sustainable catch of key […]

Africans Enraged at China’s Racist Attitude

VISION TIMES One of the biggest ways the outbreak of the CCP coronavirus has damaged China’s international reputation is by exposing the country’s racist attitude toward Africans. Despite the fact that the virus originated in China itself, local governments and people in different parts of the country have been treating Africans like they were the ones responsible […]

NATO Admits: China Replaces Russia as the Major Challenge

Decades later, the Soviet Union is no more. However, another major threat has arisen in its place — China. At a recent summit, NATO admitted for the first time in its history that China’s rise will come with a new set of challenges.

African Civil Society Organizations Worried as China Takes Control of Various Economic Sectors

ANDREW MAMBONDIYANI | EPOCH TIMES ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia—Amid fears that Beijing is taking control of various sectors of Africa’s economy, civil society organizations in Africa have expressed unhappiness with development projects implemented by Chinese investors, which they say don’t benefit local people. In the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa, just like in many major cities in Africa, there […]

China Invests $16 Billion in Nigeria’s Oil Sector

Chika Oduah | Voice of America ENUGU, NIGERIA – Chinese investment in Nigeria’s oil and gas industry has reached $16 billion, according to Nigeria’s state-run oil company. While Nigeria’s oil industry welcomes China’s interest, analysts worry about a lack of transparency in the sector and slow development of the country’s renewable energy market. When a […]

One Belt, One Road, One Big Debt Problem: Kenyan Railway Project

VISION TIMES The construction of the Mombasa-Nairobi Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) in Kenya started off with much enthusiasm. A project funded primarily by Beijing, the SGR now remains incomplete, as the Chinese government is withholding funds needed to finish the project. Cold feet In May 2014, the Exim Bank of China, a state-owned enterprise, sanctioned […]