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Beijing returns corporal punishment to the classroom raising concerns

Morality 09/23/22, 18:20

Recently, the article titled "The newly appointed Minister of Education of China suddenly spoke: The ruler must be returned to teachers!" was spread on the internet, causing heated discussions among netizens. Experts say that the Chinese Communist Party does not really want to restore traditional culture, but to strengthen its ...

Is a coup thwarted in China? Leaked videos suggest so

Trending 09/14/22, 13:50

Given how heavily dependent the Chinese population is on the Chinese Communist Party in their lives, every unexpected political move can draw powerful attention.   The situation is even more delicate as we approach the 20th National Congress of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), which will dictate the country's policies for at ...

Is Beijing trying to bring China back to the planned economy?

Trending 09/07/22, 16:35

From January to July, of the top 10 real estate companies purchasing land in major cities in China, 80% were state-owned enterprises. The same trend is also occurring in other industries. A typical example is the steel industry. Analysts believe this is not only a sign of “the public sector ...

One-year-old baby buying bus ticket causes outrage

Trending 09/02/22, 14:01

Recently, in Zhanjiang City, Guangdong Province, China, a mother holding a one-year-old baby was asked by a bus driver to buy a ticket for the baby. When the story went public, netizens were outraged saying things like, "So desperate for money that they have gone mad". According to China's Jimu ...

Australian journalist suffers hell in China prison

Trending 09/02/22, 13:07

It has been two years since Chinese-Australian journalist Cheng Lei was detained in China, accused by authorities of divulging state secrets and locked up after a closed trial. Cheng, 46, was a television presenter for Chinese state broadcaster CGTN before she was detained. Recently, it was revealed that the journalist shares a ...

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 ...

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 ...