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Baseball Bat Attack on Hong Kong Reporter Draws State Department Condemnation – Bringing you Truth, Inspiration, Hope.

      A reporter for a Hong Kong newspaper critical of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) was assaulted with a baseball bat during broad daylight on May 11 in an escalating pattern of intimidation and harassment against the publication by thugs affiliated with the mainland regime. The victim is also President of a Hong Kong association for a spiritual practice banned and persecuted in mainland China since July of 1999.
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      Reporter with Epoch Times attacked in Hong Kong

      Reporter with Epoch Times attacked in Hong Kong

      A Hong Kong journalist with a newspaper linked to the Falun Gong spiritual group banned by the Chinese government was beaten with a baseball bat in a brazen attack in Kowloon on Tuesday, sparking a citywide police manhunt for two perpetrators.
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      Hong Kong leader attacks foreign media over coverage of ‘so-called peaceful’ protests | Hong Kong Free Press HKFP

      Hong Kong leader attacks foreign media over coverage of ‘so-called peaceful’ protests | Hong Kong Free Press HKFP

      Foreign media outlets have come under attack by the leader of Hong Kong over the way they report ”so-called peaceful” protests and demonstrations in the city.
      Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam said that supposedly peaceful assemblies in the city have been “abused” and that reporting on them by foreign media has disregarded the city’s commitment to the rule of law.
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      How China used the media to spread its COVID narrative — and win friends around the world

      How China used the media to spread its COVID narrative — and win friends around the world

      Over half of the 50 nations in the International Federation of Journalists survey said coverage of China had become more positive in their national media since the onset of the pandemic. A new report being published by the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) has found Beijing’s global image has benefited from the pandemic, despite its origin in the Chinese city of Wuhan.
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      China’s ‘Trojan’ Biotech Labs Seek to Exploit American DNA

      Why does India find China's offer to help suspicious? - Sharon's Straight Talk

      India is being devastated by the 2nd wave of the coronavirus, with hospitals running out of beds and oxygen, people queuing outside clinics gasping for air, and mass cremations taking place outdoors to cope with the pressure on crematoria. As nations lend support to India and share its pain, China mocked its humanitarian crisis. This is particularly disheartening when we consider that India was one of the first countries to send medical supplies to China after the world learned that there had been a viral outbreak in Wuhan.
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      Top researchers are calling for a real investigation into the origin of covid-19

      Top researchers are calling for a real investigation into the origin of covid-19

      A group of prominent biologists says there needs to be a “safe space” for asking whether the coronavirus came out of a lab. The origin of the virus that has killed millions remains a mystery, and the chance that it came from a lab has become the theory that cannot be put to rest.
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      China’s ‘Trojan’ Biotech Labs Seek to Exploit American DNA

      China’s ‘Trojan’ Biotech Labs Seek to Exploit American DNA

      When the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic broke out last March in the state of Washington, China-based BGI Group, the largest biotech firm in the world, approached authorities in multiple states with tantalizing offers for pandemic relief. Offers included supplying high throughput sequencers, setting up and running COVID-19 testing labs, providing technical expertise, and giving donations.
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      US Sanctions Chinese Official for Persecuting Falun Gong

      US Sanctions Chinese Official for Persecuting Falun Gong

      The State Department announced sanctions against a Chinese Communist Party official for persecuting Falun Gong, as the Beijing regime’s brutal suppression of the spiritual practice approaches its 22nd anniversary. The sanctions will bar Yu Hui, former director of the agency specifically tasked with persecuting Falun Gong in the city of Chengdu, in Sichuan Province, from entering the United States. The penalty also extends to his immediate family.
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      Falun Gong Adherents Celebrate Faith Around the Globe, Stand Up to Communist China’s Persecution

      Falun Gong Adherents Celebrate Faith Around the Globe, Stand Up to Communist China’s Persecution

      May 13 is World Falun Dafa Day, marking the date when the spiritual practice was first made public in China in 1992. The gatherings on this day were not only meant for commemoration, adherents say, but also to send a defiant message to the Chinese communist regime, which has been single-minded in seeking to eradicate the group for more than two decades.
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      Family De-planning: The Coercive Campaign to Drive Down Indigenous Birth-rates in Xinjiang

      Family De-planning: The Coercive Campaign to Drive Down Indigenous Birth-rates in Xinjiang

      In this report, we provide new evidence documenting the effectiveness of the Chinese government’s systematic efforts to reduce the size of the indigenous population of Xinjiang through a range of coercive birth-control policies.
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      Uyghur imams targeted in China’s Xinjiang crackdown

      Uyghur imams targeted in China’s Xinjiang crackdown

      China has imprisoned or detained at least 630 imams and other Muslim religious figures since 2014 in its crackdown in the Xinjiang region, according to new research by a Uyghur rights group. The research, compiled by the Uyghur Human Rights Project and shared with the BBC, also found evidence that 18 clerics had died in detention or shortly after.
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      Xinjiang: An Extraordinary UN Event Elicits China’s Furious Reaction

      Xinjiang: An Extraordinary UN Event Elicits China’s Furious Reaction

      Eighteen countries braved China’s wrath this week to address human rights violations against the Uyghurs. Pitting their analysis of the “truth” about Xinjiang against the version with “Chinese characteristics,” ambassadors, civil society groups, academics and journalists united against a lone CCP voice to express outrage and grave concern over the atrocities being meted out to Turkic groups in the region.
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      Threat of closure hangs over Australia’s 13 China-backed Confucius institutes

      Threat of closure hangs over Australia’s 13 China-backed Confucius institutes

      Thirteen Confucius institutes hosted by universities in Australia may be facing closure on suspicion of spreading propaganda for the Communist Party of China as relations between the two countries worsen, Australian media has reported.The Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology announced shutting down its Chinese Medicine Confucius Institute this year due to a limited budget caused by COVID-19, the Sydney Morning Herald reported on Monday.
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      Protecting Education Exports: Minimising the damage of China’s future economic coercion

      Protecting Education Exports: Minimising the damage of China’s future economic coercion

      Coercion against Australia’s education sector would significantly impact the nation’s prosperity. Education is Australia’s only remaining export to China valued over $10 billion annually which is both reliant on China and which Beijing can target without significant self-harm.And unlike many industries currently subject to China’s economic coercion, education is job-intensive and closely linked to Australia’s technological competitiveness.
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      China threatens campus free speech, says Jo Johnson, the prime minister’s brother

      China threatens campus free speech, says Jo Johnson, the prime minister’s brother

      China poses a “genuine and real threat to freedom of speech” at British universities, a former minister has warned. Lord Johnson of Marylebone, the prime minister’s younger brother, said Beijing was seeking to influence academic research that touches on its interests, leading academics to self-censor.
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