The Chinese Communist Party has forcibly displaced them into Han Chinese families or state-run orphanages. Figures prove the program is expanding.
Although contradictory, statistics indicate China has a demography problem. The regime will solve it in its usual way, i.e., ignoring individual freedom.
A University of Oxford report shows 98,000 tweets were connected with a Chinese program spreading the propaganda statements of Beijing’s ambassador in London.
All Chinese should study the history of the CCP for its 100th anniversary. However, the Party’s first General Secretary should not be mentioned.
Xi Jinping’s anti-corruption campaigns actually increased corruption in China. New scholarly studies explain why.
A monumental study of 271 decisions rendered in administrative and court cases shows that more applications are being accepted—but not everywhere.
Some take it seriously, but the text is just a laundry list of propaganda arguments routinely used by Beijing.
New book on Xi’s thought shows that he still sees the world as the arena of a struggle between Communism and Anti-Communism.
All Chinese are mobilized. But “history,” Xi explains, in a Marxist context, has not the same meaning it has in a bourgeois academia.