British expert Benedict Rogers tells Bitter Winter how China is moving to destroy Hong Kong’s basic freedoms – and what we can do about it.
China started controlling the World Health Organization more than ten years ago. It was bad, but COVID-19 made it much worse.
A 20-year-old Australian student became a thorn in the side of China. Actions taken against him exposed to the world how the CCP tries to control universities.
While we discuss data, 5G, and tracing apps, a book by Kai Strittmatter on how the CCP dreams to keep the entire world under surveillance may help.
Chinese propaganda has launched an international offensive of fake news to counter “enormous evidence” that the virus came from a Wuhan laboratory.
Rouge vif, a new book by French sinologist Alice Ekman, debunk theories that China is “no longer Communist.” In fact, under Xi Jinping, it is more Marxist than before.
The lawsuit names as co-defendant the Chinese Communist Party, as Bitter Winter suggested, and adds the Wuhan Institute of Virology and the Chinese Academy of Sciences.
The CCP realized a pandemic was developing on January 13. In a secret meeting on January 14, it decided not to disclose the information, until January 20. The move costed the world tens of thousands of deaths.
Two decisions canceled the refusal of asylum by courts in Milan, asking them to reconsider the applications.