The Chinese Communist Party killed at least 70 million innocent victims. An international day of commemoration should remember them every year.
A Malaysian celebrity abjectly apologizes for a video about dumplings featuring a Chinese dissident.
Gyaltsen Norbu toured Tibet this year and talked to captive audiences, compelled to listen to him by the CCP security.
The battle lines are drawn. Europe ignores human rights concerns and finalizes “the trade deals of all trade deals with China,” US and UK try to resist.
An NGO published a confidential document hinting at the disturbing possibility that Chinese State Security agents directly interfere in asylum cases.
It’s not the U.S. only. From Canada to Europe, politicians and security experts urge actions against China’s human rights violations and dreams of global dominance.
A new book by anthropologist Sean Roberts sheds light upon how the West naively accepted for decades the idea that atrocities in Xinjiang were justified by a “terrorist threat.”
A debate in the British Parliament, new calls to boycott the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics, coalitions forming to protest atrocities in Xinjiang offer hope that the CCP crimes will no longer be ignored.
The situation in Xinjiang is getting worse rather than better. It is time for the international community to speak up.