Despite outwardly promoting atheism, there are reasons to think Xi Jinping is superstitious and that his belief in ancient prophecies may be behind the purges.
Despite the CCP's efforts to deflect spy claims, the fact is that Chinese espionage is extensive and unrelenting, reaching even the highest echelons of society.
"China should join … in the pursuit of peace. Democracy is inevitable. The days of dictatorships are numbered and mankind will not be slaves forever." —...
China's nomenclature aggression against Tibet is a vile "naming and claiming" scheme that cannot be justified — not historically, linguistically, or otherwise.
An alignment of Beijing, Moscow, and Pyongyang could escalate tensions in Northeast Asia to a tipping point, ushering in an era of Cold War bloc politics.
Beijing is seeking to erase Tibet from the global stage under the guise of academia, using cherry-picked scholars to promote the renaming of Tibet as "Xizang."
The author offers insight into today's China by analyzing the CCP's anti-Japan campaign, Xi's alleged speech in Beidaihe, and questions about his mental state.
Confucius Institutes, of which there are 14 in Japan, target academic freedom and intellectual property in the garb of enhancing "Chinese culture and history."
"Xi … failed to win the hearts of the party, the military, the officials, and the people. What has happened to Qin Gang can happen to...
Could a purge of the highest ranks of China's Rocket Force, perhaps triggered by data leak suspicions, provide clues into the disappearance of Qin Gang?
After Qin Gang disappeared, several officials of China's Rocket Force were ousted from their roles. Netizens have also been scouring for clues on social media.
The CCP runs China's foreign policy — the new Foreign Relations Law ensures that from being an all-pervasive, unwritten understanding, it is now a hard law.