At least 140 retirees in China had their pensions suspended last year—a punishment for refusing to give up their faith. All of them practice Falun Gong, a spiritual meditation system based on the principles of truthfulness, compassion, and tolerance. The data comes from Minghui.org, a U.S.-based website dedicated to recording the persecution of Falun Gong in China. Now, NTD hears from one of them who wants to share her story.
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A mother of 8 children in China was found chained outside in a shed in the cold without warm clothing. Her story has exploded on the Chinese internet.
‘My Heart Aches Watching This’
Had it been up to him, Latvia’s luge coach Martins Rubenis would never have made the trip to the Beijing Winter Olympic Games. Indeed, he didn’t know if he would even be allowed into China until the very last moment. Continue reading “Athletes Speak Out on Human Rights as Beijing Olympics Come to an End..”
The Australian Department of Defence accused China of firing a laser at one of its spy planes this week, condemning it as a “serious safety incident” that had the potential to “endanger lives.” Continue reading “Chinese warship aimed ‘laser’ at Australian spy plane..”
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.
They were in robust health when they were put on the operating table for doctors to carve out their organs. Many of them were still breathing. When the job was done, the bodies were tossed into the incinerator and burned, leaving no trace behind. Continue reading “Investigators Detail China’s CCP Grisly Organ Harvesting Industry: A ‘Perfect Crime’ Leaving No Survivors”
Wuhan is more than the pandemic’s epicenter; it’s also the focus of another sinister problem—the fentanyl epidemic.
This synthetic opioid kills one American every eight and a half minutes. Officials say it’s just a few clicks away, and may be delivered to your doorstep without you even knowing it.
A total of 20 Republicans are named in Peter Schweizer’s new book as having business dealings and political ties to the United States’ largest adversary, China.
Three years for human rights lawyer: On December 14, 2021, a Guangxi court sentenced human rights lawyer Chen Jiahong to three years in prison for “inciting subversion” for posting social media comments criticizing the CCP and calling for democratic reforms. Chen was sentenced without a lawyer present, and his claims of abuse during detention were ignored by the court.
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]”
Republicans running for seats in the November midterm elections are likely to run on a platform that seeks to hold the Chinese regime accountable for the COVID-19 pandemic, said Solomon Yue, vice chairman and chief executive officer of the political group Republicans Overseas. Continue reading “US 2022 Midterm Election Will Be About Holding China Accountable for COVID-19”
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..”
On January 16, 2022, citizen journalist and Falun Gong practitioner Xu Na was sentenced to eight years in prison and fined 20,000 renminbi ($3,100) on charges of “undermining the implementation of the law.”
Chinese companies, as well as businesses from other countries, may face consequences when trying to soften the effect of sanctions against Moscow, which Washington intends to introduce in case of Russia’s “invasion” of Ukraine. This was stated by the representative of the U.S. Department of State, Ned Price, during a briefing.
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.
China’s Foreign Ministry on Americans’ Second Amendment rights: “That’s the freedom the US advocates — means freedom to shoot other people.”