RSF Report: “China’s Pursuit of a New World Media Order”

China, ranked 177 out of 180 in the 2019 World Press Freedom Index compiled by Reporters Without Borders (RSF), is expanding its hold beyond its borders to impose its “ideologically correct” vocabulary, to deter any criticism of itself and to cover up the darker chapters in its history.

The Shadow of Communism Behind the U.S. Election

The deaths caused by communist regimes makes communism the greatest catastrophe in human history,” wrote a November 2016 Wall Street Journal article titled “100 Years of Communism—and 100 Million Dead.”

Detention of Australian Journalist Further Exposes China’s Secretive Jail System

“Once inside, you must, by law, be kept in solitary confinement. Many detainees remain inside a suicide-padded cell for the full six months — some without ever seeing sunlight and without the lights ever being turned off. For China’s police, it’s the ultimate weapon, and once inside there is no supervision nor any forms of appeal.”

How China Lost Central and Eastern Europe

<!–[CDATA[ Emilian Kavalski, University of Nottingham | The Conversation Bulgaria became the most recent country from central and eastern Europe (CEE) to show hostility toward China. In the latest sign of relations souring between the region and the Asian superpower, Bulgaria’s prime minister, Boïko Borissov, claimed that a series of compromising pictures, appearing to show him sleeping […]

Where Ties With Communist China Are Close, the Coronavirus Follows

The Epoch Times Editorial Board | New Tang Dynasty Severe COVID-19 outbreaks highlight different countries’ entanglements with Beijing In the final weeks of 2019, a novel coronavirus outbreak occurred in the city of Wuhan, in central China. As the world welcomed a new decade, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) opted to suppress information about the emerging crisis […]

Satellites: How China’s Beidou Will Affect the US and the World

VISION TIMES By June this year, China will send its final two satellites of the Beidou network into space, thus making the navigation system fully operational. This will take the total number of Beidou satellites orbiting earth to 35, overtaking the U.S. GPS satellite network, which has 24 in orbit.   China’s Beidou Back in […]

China’s Xi Visits Myanmar for Infrastructure Talks

With the visit Xi “is consolidating his kingdom,” Priscilla Clapp, the chief of mission and charged d’ affaire at the U.S. Embassy in Burma from 1999-2002 told VOA. “Myanmar represents to China the far western province. … I think it is China’s ambition to control Myanmar through economic and other means.”

How China’s Belt and Road Initiative is Affecting Shan Communities in North Myanmar

U Aung Myo Htun: Locals in northern Shan State have already suffered the social and environmental impacts of the Sino-Myanmar China oil and gas pipelines. They have not had a chance to voice their will and [discuss their] ordeals in the past. We all understand that pipelines and railway projects are very different. The impact of the railway will be bigger than the pipeline.