On Nov. 30, the Chinese regime announced that Ren was expelled from her post and the Party. Authorities accused her of corruption and “actively engaging in superstitious activities.”
“Based on tip-offs received by the State Administration for Market Regulation in recent days, the administration will be investigating Alibaba … for suspected monopolistic activities,” the administration said in a statement on its website.
It is in that spirit that I had intended to hold a 12-hour vigil and protest outside the Chinese Communist Party regime’s embassy in London on Christmas Eve. I had planned it with the theme of the “12 Days of Christmas” in mind – 12 hours of protest, with 12 demands. I had intended to sit outside your embassy in a cage, and I know others, including Uyghurs, Tibetans, Falun Gong practitioners and Hong Kongers had planned to join me at different times.
The report laid out a 1 million yuan (about $153,000) budget for the association to recruit talent from overseas and fund the projects they would set up in Hebei. It also projected a profit of 10 million yuan (about $1.53 million) that could be achieved by “transferring” foreign advanced technology to Chinese companies in Hebei.
Chinese Communist Party Authorities Mandate that All Teachers in Wenzhou, Zhejiang Sign “Public Pledge Form”—Forbidding any Religious Belief
CCP officials have reportedly issued and distributed a “Teacher’s Promise to Not Believe in Any Faith” form to Longwan District School (primary school) in Wenzhou—requiring each teacher’s signature
While some, including the Chiba Institute of Technology, have discontinued joint research with these schools, Hokkaido University and Osaka University both said they would continue with joint research with PLA-lined institutions in the fields of nanotechnology and nuclear respectively, it said.
The process of sending people to mental hospitals for medically unnecessary “treatment” is aimed at discrediting dissidents, activists and petitioners for their political beliefs, stigmatizing them as mentally unfit.
A court in Beijing Tuesday gave Chinese property tycoon Ren Zhiqiang, who once referred to China’s top leader, Xi Jinping, as a “clown,” an 18-year prison sentence and a fine of $620,000 after finding him guilty of corruption, bribery, embezzlement of public funds and abuse of power as an executive of a state-owned enterprise.
Cai is of the firm opinion that the CCP is a major threat to global peace. She points out that the current conflict between China and the United States is not a conflict between two people but between two systems and ideologies. Cai warns that the CCP wants to replace the democratic system of the U.S. with its over-governance model.
Ren, 69, was probed by the CCDI after writing an open letter about Xi’s responses to the coronavirus epidemic, the Sino-U.S. trade war and the Taiwan elections.
Sources have said investigators handled the letter, which took the form of a long and highly critical essay, as an instance of “internal strife” within the ruling party.