Several CCP media attacked a movement that in Canada, in connection with a mysterious murder, had come under suspicion of being a CCP front.
The Chinese president visited the complex built by the Qianlong Emperor to commemorate his 18th-century extermination of 650,000 Dzungar Buddhists.
The movement promotes a radical “religious Communism,” eliminating in its communes private property and the family, replaced by free love.
A grassroot movement believes ancient military men Huo Qubing and Xin Qiji can prevent the pandemic’s return. The CCP has not decided yet how to react.
The CCP issues regulations on a very popular form of entertainment. It is also forbidden to sing that Taiwanese girls are sexy.
The Beijing-based group, whose theories were once supported by Mao, was liquidated on June 30, after New Ager Guo Ping was appointed its Vice President.
The incredible story of a failed Chinese Communist Party black propaganda operation that began as a spy story and ended up in a comedy.
“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.
Should we congratulate the Chinese Communist Party for killing more human beings than anybody else in history?