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Anti-Xi faction: New public opinion war

Media 08/31/22, 14:27

Hong Kong 01 news, backed by Jiang Zemin and Zeng Qinghong, published an article on August 26 with the title: "Liquidity is sufficient, but no one wants it," is clearly at odds with Xi Jinping's propaganda system. The article said, that recently, the People's Bank of China has continuously lowered the ...

Rare scene: Flooding in Chinese desert

Trending 08/30/22, 15:35

Rare weather is happening in many parts of China. High temperatures and droughts appear in southern China; the great northern desert was flooded by torrential rains. According to NetEase on August 23, floods have recently occurred in the Taklamakan Desert in Xinjiang. The Yuqi area of ​​the Northwest Sinopec oil field ...

Many ambulances travel day and night in Shijiazhuang

News 08/30/22, 15:04

Recently, the number of COVID-19 cases in Hebei province has increased sharply, and the infecting virus is the Omicron variant BA.2.76. The worst-affected area is Shijiazhuang, the provincial capital. There is information that a lot of ambulances are working day and night to urgently isolate people—the pandemic situation is very ...

Sichuan police chief: Gets ‘New Year’s Eve’ bonus for certain results

Morality 08/29/22, 15:48

The CCP's political and legal system continues to be regulated. Recently, Chinese media revealed that a police chief of a district in Sichuan province often received "holiday bribes" from many people, including one business owner even giving him 400,000 yuan per year, equivalent to $58,000. China.com reported on August 27 that ...

Beijing admits this year’s autumn grain harvest is under threat

Trending 08/27/22, 15:44

The autumn harvest accounts for three-quarters of China's annual grain output. Officials said high temperatures and drought threaten this year's fall harvest. The four most crucial authorities of the Chinese Communist Party jointly issued an urgent announcement of the "defensive battle to ensure a bountiful autumn harvest." Mainland experts gave ...

Chinese borrow panda’s name to mock leader

Social problem 08/27/22, 13:45

Recently, the Chinese Communist Party's official media CCTV asked the public to name "Cui Cui's" panda and netizens left messages like "Qi Cui" (meaning "Pray for Cui Cui") in the comment section. The official media immediately deleted the comments and even blocked further comments. Some analysts believe the incident reflects ...

Fires raging in Chongqing have spread to homes

Disasters 08/26/22, 14:26

Forest fires continue to rage in Beibei District, Chongqing City, China. People said that even though the isolation belt was dug, the fire still traversed the barrier, burning very strongly. On August 24, a fire broke out in Lingjiang town, Neijiang city, Sichuan province, and many residences were burned and ...

Chinese singer censored for criticizing zero Covid measures

Trending 08/25/22, 20:46

For some time now, Chinese citizens have been encouraged to show the discontent generated by the strict measures of the zero COVID policies of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). Some people dared to post strong criticism toward the CCP, others expressed their angst through ironic jokes, including exposing the ridiculous ...

Beijing hires hackers to attack human rights organizations

Trending 08/24/22, 16:03

Massachusetts-based cybersecurity company Recorded Future recently released a report stating that a hacker group associated with the Chinese Communist Party has been targeting human rights organizations, think tanks, media agencies, and multinational government agencies. The group has carried out cyberattacks over the past three years. The hacker group RedAlpha targeted Amnesty ...

Local government out of money? Increased fines picking up the slack?

Trending 08/24/22, 15:52

The CCP's local finances are in a serious crisis. There are reports that they are using various forms of fines to make money, and people are complaining. The Chinese Communist Party's State Council recently asked local governments to "strictly prohibit the use of fines to generate revenue." Scholars believe that the ...