Finding Calm in an Increasingly Chaotic World: 30 Years of Falun Gong – Faluninfo TV

While our world seems more chaotic and stressful than ever, millions of people are rising to the challenge through the peaceful practice of Falun Gong. This video celebrates 30 years since the first Falun Gong class was given in China in 1992, which led to it becoming the most popular health and spiritual practice in the entire nation and an inspiration to millions worldwide. Read more on

European Parliament Condemns Organ Harvesting in China

On May 5, 2022, in Strasbourg, France, the European Parliament (EP) passed an urgency resolution to condemn forced organ harvesting in China. The resolution was adopted by show of hands, so the number of voters and the rationale of votes were not officially recorded. Read more on

Russia and China threaten ‘tectonic shift’ in world economy, IMF warns

The world is at risk of splitting into two economic blocs as a “tectonic shift” puts an end to decades of globalisation. Read more on

END CCP – End The Evil Chinese Communist Party

The demon CCP has plundered the ancient land of China, and now its terror has spread globally, affecting everyone. It is time for all of us to reject its evil work and put an end to the Chinese Communist Party! Read more on


Asia markets gain as Hong Kong’s Hang Seng jumps nearly 2%

Shares in the Asia Pacific markets rose on Friday, with Hong Kong’s Hang Seng index leading gains. Read more on

Canada Bans Huawei and ZTE From 5G Network on Security Grounds

Canada is banning Chinese telecommunications companies Huawei and ZTE from its 5G wireless infrastructure, Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino said … Read more on

UK Can Legally Launch ‘Defensive’ Cyberattacks Against Hostile States: Attorney General

Britain can respond to cyberattacks by hostile states by taking countermeasures including sanctions or “defensive” cyberattacks, the attorney general said. Read more on

China’s Central Bank Makes Unexpected Rate Cut as Growth Crumbles

China’s central bank cut a key interest rate while keeping another unchanged, an unexpected shift that economists said would likely help the moribund housing market but bring only limited relief to the struggling economy. Read more on

Oil steady as economic worries offset possible China demand rise

Oil prices were little changed on Friday as worries about weaker economic growth offset expectations that crude demand could rebound in China as Shanghai lifts some coronavirus lockdowns. Read more on

China’s international schools hit by exodus of teachers dejected by COVID curbs

After teaching for three years at an international school in Shanghai, Michael is preparing to break his contract and leave, worn down by stringent measures against the coronavirus. Read more on

Ground Breakers: Rough times for base metals ‘unlikely to last long’ with recovery predicted – Stockhead

ANZ commodity strategist’s Daniel Hynes and Soni Kumari think there is limited downside for base metals in the second half of 2022. Read more on

The California Church Shooter Has a Connection to China’s Influence Arm | National Review

His connection to China’s United Front Work Department deserves more scrutiny. Read more on

We made wrong call sticking with China, says Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust

The lead manager of one of Britain’s most widely held investment trusts has admitted it was a “mistake” to have sold down western technology companies instead o Read more on

Opinion | China, Taiwan and the World Health Organization

Beijing seeks to exclude the island nation, despite U.S. objections. Read more on

An Island nation in turmoil allows India chance to seize key China partner

“India has stepped up its game in crisis-hit Sri Lanka at a time when China has hesitated to provide debt relief,” Overseas Development Institute’s Ganeshan Wignaraja told Newsweek. Read more on

‘Deadly serious’: U.S. quietly urging Taiwan to follow Ukraine playbook for countering China

Yet Beijing is also learning lessons from Russia’s botched invasion. Read more on

China still forcing thousands of citizens into COVID quarantine centers

Videos from a village showed residents being warned over a loudspeaker that they had to pack their belongings ready to be carted off to isolation centers. Read more on

China spied on Russian defence research institutes

Twisted Panda APT used sophisticated malware.


International investors sell Chinese debt at record pace

International investors dumped a record $ 35bn worth of renminbi-denominated bonds in the first four months of 2022 as Covid-19 lockdowns hit the country’s currency and rising US yields reduced appetite for Chinese debt. Read more on