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China Uses ‘Whole-of-Society’ Effort to Steal From the US: Former CIA Officer
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China Uses ‘Whole-of-Society’ Effort to Steal From the US: Former CIA Officer

      China is using a whole-of-society approach to steal its way to become a military power, and the U.S. government needs to better defend against such an espionage campaign, said a retired CIA officer.
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      Two mistakes made by the West when assessing the Chinese Communist Party

      Two mistakes made by the West when assessing the Chinese Communist Party

      The West often makes two assumptions about China. The first, is the loyalty of the Chinese people to the regime. The second is the overestimation of the shockwave that would hit the world after the fall of the Chinese Communist Party.
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      Singer banned by Beijing vows to speak up

      Zero prosecutions: Hong Kong police close investigation into the sixth attack against Epoch Times or its staff

      Hong Kong police have closed an investigation into a baseball bat attack on a reporter who works for a newspaper linked to a spiritual group banned in China, with no one facing charges.It was the sixth time that staff or premises had been attacked since the paper began printing in Hong Kong in 2005, but no one has been brought to justice.
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      US calls on China to not limit journalists’ freedom at 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics

      US calls on China to not limit journalists’ freedom at 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics

      WASHINGTON: The United States on Thursday (Nov 4) urged China not to restrict access and movement for journalists reporting on next year’s Winter Olympics in Beijing.
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      Singer banned by Beijing vows to speak up

      Singer banned by Beijing vows to speak up

      An Australian singer banned by Beijing for a viral song mocking China has vowed to continue speaking up about human rights abuses.
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      MEPs set to land in Taiwan on Tuesday, defying Beijing

      MEPs set to land in Taiwan on Tuesday, defying Beijing

      Delegation aims to send strong signal in support of the self-ruling island amid increasing political pressure from China.
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      Taiwan Must Protect Itself, Not Just Depend on Others: Defense Minister – Vision Times

      Taiwan Must Protect Itself, Not Just Depend on Others: Defense Minister – Vision Times

      Taiwan’s defense minister Chiu Kuo-cheng recently said that military tensions between Beijing and Taipei are the worst he has seen in 40 years.
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      China: Anti-Religious Education Comes to Kindergarten

      China: Anti-Religious Education Comes to Kindergarten

      Propaganda against “xie jiao and illegal religion,” not very successful with adults, now targets children even in kindergarten as young as 3.
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      Popular ‘Squid Game’ Program Puts Spotlight on CCP’s Live Organ Harvesting

      Popular ‘Squid Game’ Program Puts Spotlight on CCP’s Live Organ Harvesting

      The Squid Game is not Korea’s first or only project that focuses on forced organ harvesting. Korea released a movie titled “Traffickers” in 2012. The movie was based on the real-life experience of a Korean woman who had her organ harvested for profit by Korean triad organizations in collaboration with Chinese customs, hospitals, and police departments. TV North Korea also filmed a documentary titled “Kill to Live” in 2017.
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      Chinese Tennis Star Peng Shuai’s Accusation Against a Retired Top Leader Causes Online Stir

      Chinese Tennis Star Peng Shuai’s Accusation Against a Retired Top Leader Causes Online Stir

      Athlete’s post describing a relationship with former Vice Premier Zhang Gaoli that sometimes involved coercion disappeared after 20 minutes

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      German universities warned Xi is ‘beyond discussion’

      German universities warned Xi is ‘beyond discussion’

      Universities have been told to review their relationship with China’s Confucius institutes after the launch of a German biography of President Xi was cancelled under alleged diplomatic pressure.
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      Westminster School outposts ditched after China crackdown

      Westminster School outposts ditched after China crackdown

      Westminster School has pulled out of a project that would have built six schools in the country by 2028 after new rules prevented private schools teaching Chinese citizens using foreign curriculums and textbooks.
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      Is it worth doing business with China?

      Is it worth doing business with China?

      China may be one of America’s biggest trading partners, but China is costing us trillions of dollars a year. Along with its cheap products, China is the world’s leading exporter of viruses, pollution, deadly synthetic drugs, counterfeit goods and even human organs, harvested from Chinese citizens.
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      Daily Life During the Tang Dynasty – Shen Yun Performing Arts

      Daily Life During the Tang Dynasty – Shen Yun Performing Arts

      The Tang Dynasty (618-907), is often considered China’s cultural golden age. This article explores Tang life, from fashion to food to shopping to sports and beyond.
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