New book on Xi’s thought shows that he still sees the world as the arena of a struggle between Communism and Anti-Communism.
A French woman wrote a lavish article praising Chinese politics in Xinjiang. There is only one problem, she is a counterfeit.
In 2021, China is replacing Russia as #1 organized spreader of QAnon material online.
As part of the 2021 Party History Campaign, citizens are mobilized to spy on “historical nihilists” who may teach or divulge non-CCP-approved history.
Undeadly serious: Bram Stoker’s vampire novel, and scantily clad women, were used to spread Chinese propaganda on Twitter.
Not understanding how democracy works, the CCP created itself an unprecedented anti-Chinese coalition in the West, outraged by its aggressive behavior.
Bitter Winter offer the first English translation of a text converting the clergy in apparatchiks under a system of awards and penalties based on their loyalty to the CCP.
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.
The obsessive campaign to promote the President’s legal ideology continues with the publication of a book collecting his main texts on the matter.