63 – Weekly Newsletter Jan.
Britain’s MI5 domestic spy service warned about a Chinese agent “engaged in political interference activities” in the United Kingdom on behalf of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). Read more on chinareviewed.co.uk
62 – Weekly Newsletter Jan.
Sets of winter clothing, including ski suits, gloves, hats and ear protectors used cotton and camel hair from western region. China has been accused of a variety of human rights abuses in Xinjiang, all of which it has continuously denied. Read more on chinareviewed.co.uk
61 – Weekly Newsletter Dec.
Lithuanian Parliamentarian Matas Maldeikis has said that the Chinese party is threatening his country to sweep into the garbage bin of history, stressing that this is ironic because “that’s where Beijing’s communism already is.” Read more on chinareviewed.co.uk
60 – Weekly Newsletter Dec.
Two more Hong Kong universities have taken down monuments commemorating the Tiananmen Square massacre. The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) tore down a Goddess of Democracy statue while Lingnan University removed a relief sculpture. The Chinese state has increasingly been cracking down on political dissent in Hong Kong. Read more on chinareviewed.co.uk
59 – Weekly Newsletter Dec.
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. Read more on chinareviewed.co.uk
58– Weekly Newsletter Dec.
A London-based independent people’s tribunal on Dec. 9 ruled that the Chinese regime has committed genocide against Uyghurs and other Muslim minorities in the far west Xinjiang region. Read more on chinareviewed.co.uk
57– Weekly Newsletter Dec
For the first time, the head of the British Secret Intelligence Service, MI6, Richard Moore, gave a public lecture, and in it, he highlighted the risks posed to the world by the advancing Chinese communist regime. Read more on chinareviewed.co.uk
56– Weekly Newsletter Nov.
The United Nations and the European Union renewed their call for Beijing to immediately release a dangerously ill journalist who was imprisoned over her reporting during the early days of the pandemic. Read more on chinareviewed.co.uk
55– Weekly Newsletter Nov.
The UK government recommended other measures to “more effectively exercise their discretion to exclude suppliers linked with modern slavery and human rights” Read more on chinareviewed.co.uk
54– Weekly Newsletter Nov.
There has been much discussion of the possibility of a boycott of the 2022 Winter Olympics, due to be hosted in Beijing in February. The deteriorating human rights situation in China – forced organ harvesting, the imprisonment and persecution of Muslim Uyghur minorities, suppression of the media, the draconian “National Security Law” imposed on the citizens of Hong Kong Read more on chinareviewed.co.uk
53– Weekly Newsletter Nov.
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.n Read more on chinareviewed.co.uk
52– Weekly Newsletter Oct
Sky News speaks to artist and activist Ai Weiwei about climate change ahead of the COP26 conference which begins in Glasgow at the weekend. He is urging everyone to take a stand. Read more on chinareviewed.co.uk
51– Weekly Newsletter Oct
On behalf of 43 countries, the French Permanent Representative to the United Nations gave a cross-regional statement at the UN General Assembly Third Committee. We are particularly concerned about the situation in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region. Read more on chinareviewed.co.uk
50– Weekly Newsletter Oct
Four independent UN human rights experts called on the Hong Kong government to abandon Beijing’s national security law, saying that the legislation is fundamentally incompatible with international norms. Read more on chinareviewed.co.uk