Posts tagged China
Reciprocity or Removal: An Ultimatum for Chinese Confucius Institutes

Confucius Institutes, formed by the Chinese Ministry of Education, systemically plague higher education across the United States. Although intended to be seen as learning centers fostering Chinese language and culture, their true purpose is to project an influence campaign that promotes self-censorship, teaches a revisionist history of China, and suppresses freedom of expression and inquiry.

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It’s Time to Stand Up for Xinjiang

The Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation, together with 33 other NGOs and human rights organizations, has today sent a letter to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Secretary of the Treasury Steven Mnuchin urging them to impose Global Magnitsky sanctions on Chinese officials responsible for human rights violations in Xinjiang and Tibet.

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Why is China's Communist Party Scared of an Orphanage?

For over fifty years, the Tibetan Children’s Village in Dharamsala, India has sheltered and cared for the children of Tibetan refugees. In addition to providing Tibetan children with shelter, health care, and education, the Tibetan Children's Village actively tries to preserve the Tibetan language and teach children about their cultural and religious heritage.

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Why The Chinese Communist Party Is Scared Of #MeToo

Just a few months ago, the #MeToo movement erupted, spreading across the globe and changing the face of feminism. Millions of women took their stories to the social media stage, calling for an end to silence on the discrimination and abuse they had suffered because of their gender. Women in the workplace, academia, and even in the media joined hands in sharing their narratives and airing their oppressions. It’s no wonder a movement of this scale seeped into even the most guarded countries.

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Made in China, in a Labor Camp

while any given American consumer can find an item in their desk drawer stamped with the words “Made in China,” they might be completely ignorant of the circumstance under which they are produced. One woman in Arizona, however, recently received a startling glimpse into the life of a Chinese forced laborer.

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