Rumors say Evergrande president jumped from building

Trending 12/04/22, 13:57

On December 2, the news that Xu Jiayin, the founder of Chinese real estate development company Evergrande, jumped off a building, went viral at home and abroad, causing heated discussions. However, Evergrande insiders have denied the rumors, stressing that Xu had sent voice messages about the resumption of work and ...

Experts summarize Jiang Zemin’s horrifying crimes

Social problem 12/03/22, 15:34

https://www.epochtimes.com/gb/22/11/30/n13876056.htm On November 30, after the official Chinese Communist Party (CCP) media reported the death of former party leader Jiang Zemin, the case attracted Chinese people’s attention at home and abroad. Intellectuals in China called him a traitor who ushered in an era of judicial vandalism and live organ harvesting. After ...

Chinese university charters plane to bring students home, preventing the ‘White Paper Revolution’

Social problem 12/03/22, 15:05

The "White Paper Revolution" has erupted in universities across China. Chinese media Jimu News reported that China's Harbin Institute of Technology recently switched to online classes, even chartering planes for students to return home. Currently, many universities, including Tsinghua University, have announced early holidays or switched to online learning, and ...

‘Mourning on the internet’: Netizens mock Beijing’s overreaction

Trending 12/03/22, 14:46

On November 30, after the news of Jiang Zemin's death, became public, the comment section under reports was locked by the media. At the same time, the websites of official media and government agencies have gradually switched to "black and white tones," (colors of condolences) the app interface that Chinese ...

British MPs continue with law against forced organ harvesting

Trending 12/02/22, 15:23

According to the official media of the Chinese Communist Party, the former leader of the CCP, Jiang Zemin, died in Shanghai on Wednesday, November 30. His crimes of persecuting Falun Gong practitioners and organ harvesting during his lifetime have once again attracted attention. The British House of Lords debated on ...

Chinese authorities start to interrogate COVID protesters

Morality 12/02/22, 10:56

Days after the massive protests in Beijing and Shanghai, a large number of police officers were present in the areas where the demonstrations took place. Chinese authorities have started to seek out some of the people in China who joined weekend protests against COVID restrictions.  As Reuters reported on November 29, ...

China’s factory and services shrink to seven-month low as COVID cases surge

Social problem 12/02/22, 10:54

China's factory and services activities contracted further in November to seven-month lows as record numbers of COVID cases surged under the country's controversial zero-COVID policy, hurting the economy's weak outlook. Reuters cited China's National Bureau of Statistics, reporting that the official manufacturing purchasing managers' index (PMI) fell to 48.0 in November, ...

Hong Kong struggles to overcome tech brain drain

Economy 12/02/22, 10:52

Many internet technology businesses in Hong Kong have been stumbling into crisis when foreigners left in conjunction with a wave of migration. A strict "zero-COVID" policy dispelled some foreigners, companies included, and discouraged new arrivals.  Skilled workers are leaving Hong Kong, while new graduates seek top jobs, but Hong Kong is no ...