All Chinese are mobilized. But “history,” Xi explains, in a Marxist context, has not the same meaning it has in a bourgeois academia.
Bitter Winter’s review of the new report by International Campaign for Tibet. Destroying religion is the CCP’s road to destroying Tibet’s culture and soul.
China breaches the 1948 Genocide Convention. Bitter Winter’s review of the Newlines Institute report and its aftermath.
Non-Chinese culture is repressed or reduced to a tourist attraction in Xinjiang. But exile and sorrow have produced a flurry of poetry and creativity among the diaspora.
Triumphal ceremonies hailed Xi Jinping’s victory in the “war on poverty.” But data are either false or misinterpreted.
For the first time in history, a Chinese Foreign Minister addressed the UN Human Rights Council. His speech was a textbook example of Orwellian “newspeak.”
Massimo Introvigne and Rosita Šorytė explore while some asylum applications are still rejected, and what can be done about it.
Party members are punished for engaging in “superstitious activities.” Normally, such campaigns soon extend to the general population.
Before you applaud the CCP’s anti-corruption measures, consider that in China the notion of corruption is politically constructed and includes criticism of the Party.