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Report: Forced psychiatric abuse becomes normal in China
26 Jan, 2015 | 0:05:53 |
EN | Hershy He |

The Civil Rights and Livelihood Watch (CRLW) recently released its 2014 report on involuntary psychiatric treatment. It shows that psychiatric abuse of healthy citizens has become a conventional way for Chinese authorities to suppress people. The report says, "With the abolition of the labor education system, psychiatric abuse has increased.”
Thousands of taxi drivers went on strike across China
26 Jan, 2015 | 0:05:19 |
EN | Hershy He |

Thousands of drivers in many cities across China have gone on strike in the recent days as their frustrations grow over poor pay and increasing competition from car-rental drivers using Smartphone applications to offer unlicensed taxi services.
2014 China scum list came out
11 Jan, 2015 | 0:06:28 |
EN | Hershy He |

Following the online trending "China scum list" for 2012 and 2013, "China scum list " 2014 voted by netizens just came out. Top ten rankings include Chinese Communist Party (CCP) corrupt officials and some "experts" and "professors."
Report: 7,402 Non-military medical staff alleged to be involved in live organ harvesting
11 Jan, 2015 | 0:08:23 |
EN | Hershy He |

On Dec 26, World Organization to Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong (WOIPFG), a New York-based non-profit organization, released a list of 7,402 medical staff from 765 medical institutes suspected of involving organ harvesting from Falun Gong practitioners.
China jails more journalists than any other country in 2014
28 Dec, 2014 | 0:05:32 |
EN | Hershy He |

A Paris-based press freedom group said in an annual report on Dec 16., China led the world in imprisoning journalists in 2014, with a total of 29 behind bars. Moreover, Beijing may be exporting its model of censorship within the East Asian region.
Analysts: death sentence for Zhou Yongkang if the leaking state secrets allegation confirmed
28 Dec, 2014 | 0:07:23 |
EN | Hershy He |

On the morning of Dec. 6, the official Xinhua News Agency issued a notice regarding the Zhou Yongkang case. It said the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) decided to expel Zhou Yongkang from the Party and transfer his case to judicial organs. Zhou Yongkang was accused of 6 crimes. Analysts say if the allegation of Zhou's leaking state secrets is confirmed,...
Taiwan election results Chinese economic card failed
08 Dec, 2014 | 0:06:35 |
EN | Hershy He |

The largest local election in the history in Taiwan is over on Nov. 30 and the ruling party KMT (Chinese Nationalist Party) crashed in this election. Out of a total of 22 seats in the county and city, KMT has made only six seats. It had a new lowest total percentage of votes and lost the governing of most of...
A journalist fired for supporting Hong Kong's Umbrella Movement
08 Dec, 2014 | 0:05:38 |
EN | Hershy He |

A journalist on a newspaper controlled by the Chinese Communist Party has been fired after he spoke out in support of Hong Kong's Occupy Central pro-democracy movement.
Report: PLA Monitor Telecommunications in Hong Kong
25 Nov, 2014 | 0:06:23 |
EN | Hershy He |

A dome built by the People's Liberation Army (PLA) in 2011 at Tai Mo Shan, Hong Kong's highest mountain, thought to be a radar station, was recently reported to be a surveillance station to intercept and record any radio signals in Hong Kong.
Private lending industry is collapsing in China
18 Nov, 2014 | 0:05:52 |
EN | Hershy He |

In recent months in China there have been frequent cases of the owners of private financing companies disappearing, leaving investors’ principal unpaid. The wide spread of this phenomenon in southern and western China shows that non-governmental lending is collapsing, according to the Chinese press.
Analysts: New anti-corruption Bureau won't root out corruption in China
12 Nov, 2014 | 0:08:34 |
EN | Hershy He |

China announced approval of a new anti-corruption bureau under the administration of the Supreme People's Procuratorate. Analysts don't believe any form of institution will root out the wide spread graft issue under the Chinese Communist regime.
Ethan Gutmann: Slaughter is alive in China
03 Nov, 2014 | 0:08:06 |
EN | Hershy He |

Ethan Gutmann is a veteran investigative reporter and award-winning China analyst based in England. He is touring across Canada for his new book "The Slaughter: Mass Killings, Organ Harvesting and China’s Secret Solution to Its Dissident Problem". On Oct. 25, Gutmann addressed the audience in Vancouver and disclosed that The Slaughter does not just describe history, but continues in China...
Books of Over 30 Outspoken Writers Banned in China
03 Nov, 2014 | 0:05:13 |
EN | Hershy He |

Chinese netizens believe that the Chinese state has proscribed the books of over 30 scholars and writers, and statements by publishing houses reported by Chinese web portals support their belief. The banned list includes many liberal writers—some have supported the pro-democracy Occupy Central movement in Hong Kong, some have criticized China’s political system, and some have promoted constitutionalism and the...
Former CSIS agent: Confucius Institutes represent a threat to Canada
01 Nov, 2014 | 0:07:47 |
EN | Hershy He |

Michel Juneau-Katsuya, the former chief of Asia-Pacific for the Canadian Security Intelligence Service, told the Toronto District School Board (TDSB) committee on Oct. 1, “The Confucius Institutes do represent a threat for the Canadian government, do represent a threat to the Canadian people."
Former CSIS agent: Confucius Institutes represent a threat to Canada
28 Oct, 2014 | 0:07:47 |
EN | Hershy He |

Michel Juneau-Katsuya, the former chief of Asia-Pacific for the Canadian Security Intelligence Service, told the Toronto District School Board (TDSB) committee on Oct. 1, “The Confucius Institutes do represent a threat for the Canadian government, do represent a threat to the Canadian people."
Hong Kong's chief executive secretly received £4 million payment from an Australian company
13 Oct, 2014 | 0:05:12 |
EN | Hershy He |

Hong Kong’s chief executive, Leung Chun-ying, secretly received millions of pounds in payments from an Australian company after he took office, according to media reports. Some Hong Kong lawmakers said Leung could face impeachment.
Report reveals China's booming torture trade
29 Sep, 2014 | 0:06:51 |
EN | Hershy He |

According to a report released by Amnesty International and the Omega Research Foundation, the flourishing trade, manufacture and export of tools of torture by Chinese companies is fuelling human rights violations across Africa and Asia.
Falun Gong takes City to court for unconstitutional bylaw
23 Sep, 2014 | 0:06:32 |
EN | Hershy He |

Falun Gong practitioners were in B.C. Supreme Court in Vancouver from Sept. 15-17 for the second time in four years to try to have the City of Vancouver’s new bylaw governing public protests declared unconstitutional and invalid. They want to be able to resume a 24 h vigil on a grassy portion of a city street outside the Chinese consulate...
Foreign companies resist the CCP's "Anti-Monopoly" raids
16 Sep, 2014 | 0:06:58 |
EN | Hershy He |

Recently, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has used Anti-Monopoly law to investigate a number of renowned foreign companies. After silent tolerance of the CCP's surprise raids, lengthy investigation and heavy fines, those foreign companies finally made some resistance.
Hong Kong's fighting genuine universal suffrage won support
16 Sep, 2014 | 0:06:30 |
EN | Hershy He |

Vancouver Society in Support of Democratic Movement and 12 other organizations based in Canada and the US urged the Canadian government to monitor the constitutional development in Hong Kong. They also called on the Canadian government to press the Chinese Government to honor their promises to the people of Hong Kong on “One Country Two Systems” stated in the Sino-British...
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