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G-7 Raises Concern Over China’s ‘Coercive Economic Policies’ and Human Rights Issues
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G-7 Raises Concern Over China’s ‘Coercive Economic Policies’ and Human Rights Issues

      The Group of Seven (G-7) foreign ministers on Dec. 12 expressed concern over China’s “coercive economic policies” and the challenges posed by the Chinese regime in the East and South China Seas, as well as the human rights violations linked to Beijing, during their first meeting with ASEAN nations.
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      China-EU summit ‘delayed’ as trade and human rights disputes fester

      China-EU summit ‘delayed’ as trade and human rights disputes fester

      Sources say tit-for-tat sanctions over Xinjiang and the ‘death’ of an investment deal mean there is little room for the two sides to make progress in key areas.
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      Britain receives over 88k visa applications from Hong Kong residents seeking to leave after China’s crackdown

      Britain receives over 88k visa applications from Hong Kong residents seeking to leave after China’s crackdown

      The U.K. has received over 88,000 visa applications from Hong Kong citizens after rolling out a resettlement program in Jan. 2021, labeling the strong numbers as a sharp rebuke of China’s efforts to crack down on dissent. 
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      Lithuania pulls diplomats from China as row deepens over Taiwan ties

      Lithuania pulls diplomats from China as row deepens over Taiwan ties

      Vilnius fears Beijing’s demands of downgrading status could strip officials of diplomatic immunity
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      Lithuania pulls diplomats from China as row deepens over Taiwan ties

      China is greatest threat to freedom - US intelligence chief

      The top US intelligence official says China is the "greatest threat to democracy and freedom" since World War Two.
      Writing in the Wall St Journal, John Ratcliffe said China was growing its power by stealing US secrets and then replacing US firms in the market.
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      China Pays American Social Media Influencers to Promote Beijing Olympics, ‘Positive’ US-China News

      China Pays American Social Media Influencers to Promote Beijing Olympics, ‘Positive’ US-China News

      Beijing is paying American social media influencers as part of a campaign to promote the Winter Olympic Games amid a wave of diplomatic boycotts from the West. Under a $300,000 contract with the Chinese consulate in New York, Vippi Media, a New Jersey consulting firm, will oversee a marketing campaign through mid-March across Instagram, TikTok, and livestreaming platform Twitch.
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      Fewer journalists murdered, but far more behind bars in 2021 | DW | 16.12.2021

      Fewer journalists murdered, but far more behind bars in 2021 | DW | 16.12.2021

      Reporters Without Borders is sounding the alarm — China, Belarus and Myanmar are among the worst culprits when it comes to jailing journalists, according to its latest press freedoms report.
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      Tibet’s nightmare: 800,000 Tibetan students brainwashed and abused in boarding schools

      Tibet’s nightmare: 800,000 Tibetan students brainwashed and abused in boarding schools

      According to a report compiled by Tang Hao, journalist from Sound of Hope, on Dec. 9, 2021, the Tibetan Human Rights Agency urgently appealed to the United Nations and the international community with a request: To end the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) inhuman colonial school system in Tibet.
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      China is building ‘brain-control weaponry’ to use against Uyghurs, says US

      China is building ‘brain-control weaponry’ to use against Uyghurs, says US

      America places new sanctions on Beijing, as human rights groups say China is using AI and DNA tracking to keep tabs on Muslim minority
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      The global petition ‘END THE EVIL CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY’ surpasses 1.7 million signatures

      The global petition ‘END THE EVIL CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY’ surpasses 1.7 million signatures

      “Global Service Center for Quitting the Chinese Communist Party (CCP),” with headquarters based in New York, launched an online campaign “End CCP” on the EndCCP.com website in June 2020. By Dec. 11, more than 1.7 million people worldwide had signed the petition to end communism.
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      The US investigates suspected corrupt Chinese officials

      The US investigates suspected corrupt Chinese officials

      U.S Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, on Dec. 10, announced that the United States would step up efforts to investigate dirty money hidden in the United States by corrupt foreign officials, according to NTDTV. The Treasury Department will set up an anti-corruption fund to reward those who provide any information.
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      UK spy chief raises fears over China’s digital renminbi

      UK spy chief raises fears over China’s digital renminbi

      GCHQ head warns technology could allow Beijing to monitor users and exert control over global currency transactions
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      Money manager disappears with $313m from Chinese builder

      Money manager disappears with $313m from Chinese builder

      A company that was once one of China's biggest property developers says it has "lost contact" with a wealth manager that has $313m (£235m) of its money.
      China Fortune Land Development says British Virgin Islands-registered China Create Capital was supposed to have invested the funds on its behalf.
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      UK spy chief raises fears over China’s digital renminbi

      Chapter One (V): The Destruction of Traditional Chinese Culture

      Today’s Chinese are cut off from their traditional heritage, as the CCP censors and redefines the five thousand years of Chinese history. Ancient China was a civilization that valued loyalty, filial piety, benevolence, and righteousness as virtues required of humanity by the divine.
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