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An outbreak in Beijing causes PCR testing overload

News 11/20/22, 15:46

The Chinese Communist Party just issued 20 measures to optimize pandemic restrictions. And then Beijing canceled mass COVID testing. However, the COVID-19 virus continues to attack, making it difficult for people to find places to take nucleic acid tests. Many pandemic workers were infected and all had to quarantine. Many ...

Two women tied up and forced to kneel in public by pandemic workers

Trending 11/19/22, 16:09

Two women in Guangzhou, China, clashed with pandemic workers on November 17 and the workers used force to restrain them, forcing them to kneel with their hands tied behind their backs. Videos and related photos have drawn strong criticism on the internet. The pandemic in Guangzhou is heating up, there are ...

Beijing-Tibet railway line collapsed, commentators say it’s a good thing

Trending 11/19/22, 14:26

On November 16, a video posted on the internet showed sections of the Qinghai-Tibet railway had collapsed and halted operations. Netizen @jackma1808 tweeted, "Major news on Chinese internet, the Beijing-Tibet railway has collapsed." Another netizen said that many sections in the Qinghai area collapsed and halted operations, and the number of casualties ...

Chinese intelligence officer gets 20 years for spying

Tech 11/18/22, 19:16

On November 16, an intelligence officer accused of spying for the Chinese regime was sentenced to 20 years in prison. The U.S. federal court convicted him on charges related to the theft of trade secrets and electronic espionage. This is the first case in which a Chinese intelligence officer was extradited ...

China: More restrictions for companies that hire influencers and celebrities

Trending 11/18/22, 17:55

Recently, the Chinese regime unveiled new regulations to be observed by companies that hire celebrities to promote their products. Companies will have to fully evaluate the professional status and social credit of celebrities to avoid penalties for hiring celebrities who "pollute the social environment." These guidelines add to the already extensive ...

No longer afraid: Protests against the CCP on the rise

Social problem 11/18/22, 16:56

The report released this November 14, by the NGO Freedom House, said that there is an improvement of people's self-perception in China against the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). Freedom House shared the incidents in Xi'an, when hundreds of residents protested in the street against a new school redistricting policy. And it ...

The government forces people to revolt? Hunan uses armored police cars

Trending 11/18/22, 15:05

Zhuzhou City, Hunan Province has implemented strict pandemic measures for the entire area for more than two weeks and the urban village of Chengzhong in Haizhu District, Guangzhou City, Guangdong Province has been locked down for nearly a month. People are increasingly impatient with the "don't step out of the ...

Semiconductor engineers flee China

Corruption 11/18/22, 13:38

China has always strived to develop its semiconductor industry, once paying 2 to 3 times higher wages to recruit a large number of Taiwanese engineers to work across the strait. However, as reported by the The New York Times, due to Chinese regime's pandemic restrictions and the impact of the ...

CCP’s wrath: South Korea plays protester’s song as national anthem

Trending 11/16/22, 14:53

Hong Kong press reported that on November 14, Chief Secretary for Administration Eric Chan met with the Consul General of South Korea in Hong Kong to express his strong dissatisfaction with the Korean side mistakenly playing the anti-extradition song "Glory to Hong Kong" as the national anthem during a rugby ...

CCP official assaults US journalist

Media 11/16/22, 14:18

On November 14, U.S. President Joe Biden met with Chinese Communist leader Xi Jinping prior to the G-20 Summit in Bali. During the event, an American journalist asked Biden a question about human rights in China. A Chinese Communist Party (CCP) official pushed the reporter, who lost her balance and ...

Chinese on more restrictions and clash with police in Guangzhou

Trending 11/15/22, 16:38

Since Monday, November 7, Guangzhou residents have been subject to the communist regime's strict "zero-COVID" policies. Some districts, such as Haizhu, are locked down with barricades. The restrictions were tightened by the emergence of 12,000 new positive cases, many of which are asymptomatic, in a city of 19 million people. However, ...

Researcher at a public utility in Canada accused of spying for Chinese regime

Canada 11/15/22, 15:56

On October 14, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police(RCMP) announced the arrest of a researcher working for a Montreal-area utility company on suspicion of sending trade secrets to China. Yuesheng Wang, 35, from Candiac, south of Montreal, was a battery materials researcher with Hydro-Quebec's Center of Excellence in Transportation Electrification and Energy ...

Surprise! Chongqing residents ‘volunteer to be statically managed’

Trending 11/15/22, 15:15

The number of locally confirmed COVID-19 infections in China has exceeded 10,000 for three consecutive days. The government recently issued 20 measures to optimize disease prevention but prohibited arbitrary static management. Under static management, people are not allowed to leave home and must return immediately after completing nucleic acid tests. ...