By Jamil Anderlini | Financial Times, Published: March 7
[Reprinted by the Washington Post]
BEIJING — The legislature of the world’s last major communist country is almost certainly the wealthiest in the world, according to a popular rich list that names 83 dollar billionaires among the delegates to China’s parliament this year.
Meanwhile, in the United States, there is not a single...
Group calls China-linked Confucius Institute hiring practices discriminatory
By Omid Ghoreishi, February 7, 2013
The Epoch Times
McMaster University has decided to close the Confucius Institute that it has hosted since 2008, the Hamilton, Ontario-based university announced Feb 7.
The decision was made because of the hiring practices of the Beijing-linked Confucius Institute (CI), which recruits...
The Globe and Mail
By AMES BRADSHAW AND COLIN FREEZE, Feb. 07, 2013
McMaster University’s experiment with hosting a controversial language and culture school sponsored by China’s government is over.
The university will shutter its Confucius Institute this summer, severing a five-year relationship with Hanban, the Chinese government agency that has hundreds of similar outposts around the...
January 07, 2013 | By Zhang Yun, a Minghui correspondent in Vancouver, Canada
Since the article “A Plea for Help from a Slave Labor Camp in China Spurs U.S. Government Investigation” was published on Minghui, many Falun Gong practitioners who were subjected to the persecution in China and who now live abroad have stood up and attested to the slave labor practices in Chinese...
Massive protests have begun to disrupt both Hong Kong and mainland China
By John Kusumi
Tuesday, January 8, 2013
Massive protests have begun to disrupt both Hong Kong and mainland China. There comes a time when the status quo is flatly unacceptable and will no longer be tolerated by the populace. That generalization fits the current circumstances in China.
By Investors Business Daily
December 26, 2012
Tyranny: A desperate, disturbing message from China found in a box of Halloween decorations is a reminder of how China “works,” as U.S. corporate and political elites have noted. Has America gone from beacon to bought off?
Despite a slew of laws to the contrary, it looks as though America’s vaunted trade relationship with China —...