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Tiananmen Massacre – Australian Reporter’s Recount of EventsRead More»

Tiananmen Massacre – Australian Reporter’s Recount of Events

After the massacre, the streets of Beijing had a chilling atmosphere. (Image: Secret China) By Yi Ming, 13 hours ago Peter Ellingsen (Yilin Sen) was from Australia and served as a media reporter in China during 1988-1991; he was also in Tiananmen Square and personally witnessed the terrible massacre. The Apple Daily reported the unforgettable [...]

Date:06/04/2016 | Category:China Culture&News

Xi Jinping’s Real Purpose of Holding the Grand Military ParadeRead More»

Xi Jinping’s Real Purpose of Holding the Grand Military Parade

"Analysts are saying that the Chinese leadership considers this military parade as a golden opportunity to uplift the national spirit and showcase its military equipment. " (Image: game.china.com) By Monica Song, 15 hours ago September 3rd will mark the first grand military parade to be held since Xi Jinping has taken office. It is also [...]

Date:09/03/2015 | Category:China Culture&News

Xi Jinping’s Anti-Corruption Campaign Gets Support From Unlikely CornerRead More»

Xi Jinping’s Anti-Corruption Campaign Gets Support From Unlikely Corner

By Larry Ong, Epoch Times | June 9, 2015Last Updated: June 9, 2015 9:49 pm Chen Weili, the daughter of Chinese Communist Party elder Chen Yun, speaks to China Youth Daily in an undated interview. (Screenshot via China Youth Daily) The daughter of a powerful Chinese Communist Party elder has come out in support of [...]

Date:06/10/2015 | Category:China News

China Has a Massive Class Problem, and It’s Not Getting Any BetterRead More»

China Has a Massive Class Problem, and It’s Not Getting Any Better

By He Qinglian | June 8, 2015Last Updated: June 9, 2015 11:13 am A beggar at the Beijing Railway Station on March 2, 2014, in Beijing. Developed economies are based on a broad middle class—precisely what has not been attained in China. (Lintao Zhang/Getty Images) At the turn of the 20th century, China was still [...]

Date:06/09/2015 | Category:China News

The Subtle Brainwashing of China’s Post-Tiananmen GenerationRead More»

The Subtle Brainwashing of China’s Post-Tiananmen Generation

By Leo Timm, Epoch Times and Frank Fang, Epoch Times | June 5, 2015Last Updated: June 5, 2015 11:27 am Morning activity in Beijing's Tiananmen Square is reflected in the wet pavement, May 24,1989, following a downpour the night before. In the background are the Martyrs monument and beyond that, Mao's mausoleum. (AP Photo/Mark Avery) [...]

Date:06/05/2015 | Category:China News

In Step With Tradition, Chinese Activists Plan Hunger Strike to Mark TiananmenRead More»

In Step With Tradition, Chinese Activists Plan Hunger Strike to Mark Tiananmen

By Jenny Li, Epoch Times and Larry Ong, Epoch Times | June 3, 2015Last Updated: June 3, 2015 8:45 pm Students from Beijing University stage a huge demonstration 18 May 1989 at Tiananmen Square as they start an unlimited hunger strike as the part of mass pro-democracy protest against the Chinese government. (Catherine Henriette/AFP/Getty Images) [...]

Date:06/04/2015 | Category:China News

Chinese Communist Party Seeks to Extend Its ReachRead More»

Chinese Communist Party Seeks to Extend Its Reach

By Jenny Li, Epoch Times | June 2, 2015Last Updated: June 2, 2015 10:09 am Chinese leader Xi Jinping attends a signing ceremony in the Great Hall of the People on March 31, 2015 in Beijing, China. (Feng Li/Getty Images) Chinese leader Xi Jinping is looking to extend the Communist Party’s control over both state [...]

Date:06/02/2015 | Category:China News

Chinese Literary Dissidents ‘Shadow’ Book ExpositionRead More»

Chinese Literary Dissidents ‘Shadow’ Book Exposition

By Gary Feuerberg, Epoch Times | June 1, 2015Last Updated: June 1, 2015 1:26 pm Murong Xuecun, social critic, and one of China’s first Internet-based writers, had about 8.5 million followers on Weibo, before censors shut down his accounts in May 2013. Murong Xuecun is the pen name for Hao Qun. He spoke at Freedom [...]

Date:06/01/2015 | Category:China News

A Tale of Two Railways and 30,000 Protesters in Southwest ChinaRead More»

A Tale of Two Railways and 30,000 Protesters in Southwest China

By Lu Chen, Epoch Times and Leo Timm, Epoch Times | May 17, 2015Last Updated: May 17, 2015 10:08 pm Protesters in Linshui County, southwest China, on May 17, 2015. (Sina Weibo) When residents of Linshui County in southwest China were informed that a planned 200-kilometer (124-mile) stretch of railway would be built to bypass [...]

Date:05/18/2015 | Category:China News

How Three Chinese Communist Party Leaders Rejected the PartyRead More»

How Three Chinese Communist Party Leaders Rejected the Party

By Gu Chunqiu, Epoch Times | January 5, 2014Last Updated: January 5, 2014 6:40 am Feedback A mourner stands before a large portrait of former Chinese Communist Party chief Zhao Ziyang in Hong Kong's Victoria Park on Jan. 19, 2005. After the Tiananmen Square massacre, Zhao twice asked to withdraw from the CCP, but was [...]

Date:01/06/2014 | Category:China News

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