Category: China

IOC Asks Chinese Team for Report on Cyclists’ Mao Zedong Badges

TOKYO—The International Olympic Committee (IOC) on Tuesday asked the Chinese team for a report on why two of its medalists appeared on the podium wearing badges featuring the head of the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) former leader Mao Zedong. Gold medal cyclists Bao Shanju and Zhong Tianshi wore the badges during a medal ceremony on […]

Chinese Authorities Blow Up Dam, Flood Town

Chinese authorities blow up a dam, flooding several villages—in order to protect wealthier areas. What’s more, authorities banned all rescue efforts in the name of the pandemic. China’s flood season isn’t over yet, and an epidemic already seems to be around the corner. Amid the water-logging and damages, a number of villages are now hugely […]

Taiwan’s Medals Revive Debate Over Use of ‘Chinese Taipei’

TAIPEI—After Taiwan beat China in the badminton men’s doubles final at the Tokyo Olympic Games on Saturday, gold medalist Wang Chi-Lin made a Facebook comment that cast a spotlight on a contentious debate on the self-ruled island: “I’m from Taiwan.” Wang’s team competes at the Olympics as “Chinese Taipei” at the insistence of Beijing, which […]

Engineer Who Intercepted Chinese TV Broadcast Arrested Again After 13 Years in Prison

In 2018, Lu Kaili was released from a 13-year prison sentence a changed man. An accident left him paralyzed from the waist down, while years of torture at the hands of prison guards had weakened his entire body. All this because in 2005, the former construction engineer helped hijack a Chinese cable television broadcast to […]

China Orders Mass Testing in Wuhan as COVID-19 Outbreak Spreads

China suspended air and train travel, canceled professional basketball league games, and announced mass CCP virus testing in Wuhan on Tuesday as widening outbreaks of the delta variant reached the city where COVID-19 was first detected in late 2019. While the total number of cases is not reliably known, they are far more widespread than […]

Chinese Flooding Death Toll Raised to 302, Investigations Limited

The revised death toll from last month’s flood in northern China’s Henan province has climbed to 302, with 50 people still missing, according to an official statement. Despite the number tripling from last week, locals remain doubtful of the figure. The new toll, released on Aug. 2 by the Henan press office, includes 292 dead […]

Chinese Paramilitary Trained Cuban Security Forces Responsible for Suppressing Peaceful Protesters

Cuban military and police forces responsible for clamping down on peaceful demonstrators have received “counter terrorism” training from Chinese paramilitary, reports from Chinese state media show. Rare anti-government protests erupted around the island in July as citizens took to the street calling for greater freedoms and better living conditions. While nearly two dozen countries worldwide […]

Chinese Paramilitary Trained Cuban Security Forces Responsible for Suppressing Protesters

Cuban military and police forces responsible for clamping down on demonstrators have received “counter-terrorism” training from Chinese paramilitary, reports from Chinese state media show. Rare anti-government protests erupted around the island in July as citizens took to the streets calling for greater freedoms and better living conditions. While nearly two dozen countries worldwide have voiced […]

China’s One Hundred Years of Humiliation Left an Everlasting Footprint On Its Ambitions and Aspirations

When you look up “Why Is History Important?” on Google, the answer you are given is that “studying history allows us to observe and understand… Read More

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China Wracked by Surge in Coronavirus Cases

China is suffering a devastating second wave of coronavirus cases across the country as millions of citizens and dozens of cities go into lockdown.The post China Wracked by Surge in Coronavirus Cases appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.