(旗). A banner is an administrative division of the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, corresponding to the county level. Introduced initially by the Qing Dynasty (1644 – 1912), there are 52 banners in today’s China, three of which are autonomous.
14th Anniversary of Tai Ji Men’s Acquittal Celebrated in Taipei
On July 13, a successful web conference remembered what happened, and highlighted the issues yet to be solved.
Music, Education, and the Tai Ji Men Case: A New Study by Susan Wang-Selfridge
A paper presented at an international conference held in Warsaw in January has now been published.
CCP: 100th Anniversary of the Party Which Killed 50 Million
Should we congratulate the Chinese Communist Party for killing more human beings than anybody else in history?
Uyghur Genocide Denier Condemned for Appeasement with China
“As far as we know, no one has been killed,” claims a prominent UK politician whose naysaying views on Uyghur persecution have shocked Uyghur exiles.