A commentator on ESPN compared China’s genocide to sports injuries and GOP voting laws. There is a giant war over giant pandas—US lawmakers attempting to stymie the negative impacts of China’s panda diplomacy. And an Olympic athlete is complaining about water pouring into her apartment. Lots of water. From the ceiling. The apartment is inundated. Watch this episode of China Uncensored for that and more of this week’s China news headlines.
While seemingly unrelated, these two topics are both underscored by the prevailing danger posed by the Chinese Communist Party to U.S. national security.
Why are defected, U.S.-born athletes being presented as the stars of the Beijing 2022 China team?
On Wednesday, Sen. Rick Scott (R-Fla.) issued a statement in which he highlighted the human rights abuses happening right now in China—and within that statement, Scott highlighted the case of a woman named Ji Yunzhi: Continue reading “New York Man’s Mother Was Arrested for Her Faith 3 Days Before The Winter Olympics..[VIDEO]”
China’s quest for gold medals at the Beijing Winter Olympic Games has been one filled with drama.
Two out of three gold medals so far have come from short track speed skating. Both wins came about from post-race reviews in favor of China, sparking protest from aggrieved parties, as well as accusations of referee favoritism for the host country. Continue reading “Beijing Winter Olympic Judges Accused of Favoritism Over Rulings Leading to Gold for China”
The 2022 Winter Olympics have begun in Beijing, China, amid the backdrop of the Chinese Communist Party’s religious persecution, human rights abuses, environmental pollution, and ensuing diplomatic boycotts.
Sen. Rick Scott (R-Fla.) condemned Beijing’s “gross” arrests ahead of the 2022 Winter Olympics targeting those who speak against the Chinese regime’s rule, saying such a move “deserves the scorn of every freedom-loving nation.” Continue reading “US Lawmaker Condemns China’s CCP Unjust Detentions During Winter Olympics..”
RT News – Team officials from multiple countries say their athletes have bad food, no training equipment and dirty rooms in China’s Covid quarantine center. (NPR)
“My stomach hurts, I’m very pale and I have huge black circles around my eyes. I want all this to end. I cry every day,” Russia’s Valeria Vasnetsova said.
China is facing massive criticism from all corners for staging the ongoing Winter Olympics 2022 in Beijing despite surging cases of Covid-19.
Foreign ministry spox Zhao Lijian branded a Bloomberg report that claimed President Xi Jinping has begged his Russian counterpart to not invade Ukraine during the upcoming Beijing Olympics as a “despicable trick” that won’t fool the international community. Continue reading “China’s CCP FUMING at Bloomberg’s “Fake News” on Russia-China Rift..[VIDEO]”
NEW YORK—The opening ceremony of the Beijing Winter Olympics contained all the pageantry that one might expect from an authoritarian regime eager to burnish its global image: hundreds of children holding dove-shaped props formed the shape of a heart as they danced on a star-lit stadium, as green and white fireworks spelled out the word “spring” overhead, a reference to the lunar new year celebration. Continue reading “Olympic Venues ‘Right Alongside Prison Camps’: Torture, Detention Occurring Miles Away From Beijing Games..”
Foreign journalists face “unprecedented hurdles” covering China as the communist regime has stepped up intimidation, harassment, and lawsuits against them, a reporters group said in a new report. Continue reading “Media Freedom in China Declining at ‘Breakneck Speed..”
By Gordon Chang
Beijing 2022 is nearing. Governments are concerned about the safety of their athletes. Journalists are told to leave phones behind. Can athletes compete without being watched by China? Continue reading “Omicron’s Threat to Athletes in Beijing; UK Chinese Agent Buying Influence”
Beijing has received 18 visa applications for the 2022 Winter Olympics, despite President Biden officially announcing a diplomatic boycott of the games earlier this month.
The applications submitted have come mostly from the State Department and the Pentagon to provide medical and security support, leaving Foreign Ministry spox Zhao Lijian to slam the apparent political games.
“We once again urge the U.S. side to practice the Olympic spirit, stop politicizing sports, and stop any words or deeds that would disrupt the Beijing Winter Olympics,” he said.
Let the mind games begin…