The Ancient Chinese Secret to Assessing Character – Vision Times

Ancient Chinese strategist Li Ke gave the Lord Wen of Wei nine things to look for in assessing character. Read more on

This week

Hunter Biden’s art dealer said he wanted to be the ‘lead guy in China’ in 2015

Georges Berges, who is representing Hunter Biden as he ventures into the art world, has talked about his business dealings in China in the past, but his reported ties could pose an ethics issue as he sells Biden’s art to anonymous buyers. Read more on

The Most Oppressed Group in China, Ignored by the Media

The first time I visited China in 1995, throngs of Falun Gong practitioners would be practicing meditation and flowing Qi Gong movements in parks, squares, and university campuses every morning.   Read more on

Artist vows to remake anti-communist sculpture after suspected arson attack

A controversial artwork that accuses the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) of starting the worldwide CCP Virus pandemic burned down on July 23. Read more on

Last week

Lady Fuca: Qing China’s Most Virtuous Empress and a Ruler’s Rare True Love – Vision Times

Lady Fuca became one of the most loved Empresses of China, gaining the true sentiments of her husband with her modesty and virtue. Read more on

‘Courage is accumulative’, said director of Hong Kong protest documentary at 2021 Cannes Festival

“This is a paradox, only if I stay in Hong Kong I can enjoy freedom, a freedom to overcome fear.” Read more on

Could the Mayans be descendants of the Chinese?

Have you ever wondered why there are so many similarities between the Mayan and Chinese cultures? Read more on

True to Form: Western Ballet vs. Classical Chinese Dance

Mind and method illustrate core differences between the arts of ballet and classical Chinese dance Read more on

This month

The Story of Wang Xiang, a Classic Tale of Filial Piety – Vision Times

Many tales, myths, and rich traditions have been passed down from ancient China. This well known tale involves filial piety. Read more on

The Feast of the Tassels – Ancient Chinese Story of Forgiveness – Vision Times

King Zhuang showed breadth of mind in dealing with punishable offenses by his men. Read more on

America’s Founding Beats the Chinese Communist Party’s | National Review

As both nations celebrate recent anniversaries, it’s worth looking at why the U.S. wins out. Read more on

Confucius’ Teachings on Lust – Vision Times

Confucius’ teachings covered many subjects. One of the most serious was the issue of lust. On this topic, he sternly warned people to beware of temptation. Read more on

CCP repression in Tibet advances: New illegal imprisonment of monks denounced

The arrest and sentencing to up to 20 years of illegal imprisonment of four Tibetan priests revealed the extent to which the Chinese communist regime is determined to eliminate any autonomy in this region that has been demanding for decades to live according to its identity and religious and cultural traditions. Read more on

Human Rights Short Wins Big at Film Awards

An animated film depicting Beijing’s human rights violations has won big in film awards in Canada. Read more on

A&E column: Art exhibition explores Falun Gong; Symphony pop-up concerts – BC Local News

The Cowichan Valley Arts Council is bringing an international art exhibition to the Cowichan Community Centre in Duncan from July 8 to 24. Read more on