(中華人民共和國公安部). The ministry of police in China, overseeing all police activities. Not to be confused with the Ministry of State Security. In theory, Public Security means police and State Security means intelligence, although the two agencies’ mandates may overlap in certain field, including combating xie jiao.
The Tai Ji Men Case: Why Did the Parliament Fail?
Taiwan’s Legislative Yuan tried to restore justice, but failed—why? Experts offered their answers on International Day of Parliamentarianism.
Pakistan and China: “We Will Always Support Each Other”
In an interview with the CCP TV, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan confirms that the two countries have become “iron brothers.”
USA: Social Security Number Cannot Be Refused as “the Mark of the Beast”
The Supreme Court declined to review the case of an Idaho man who claimed SSN violated his religious liberty. Implications may be far-reaching.
An American Family’s Hiking Odyssey for Uyghur Freedom
Meet Nathan Duddles, spreading awareness of the Uyghur genocide in Xinjiang (China) to fellow hikers while trekking in Colorado.