‘Theresa May Must Not Remain Silent While China Tramples on Human Rights’

British Prime Minister Theresa May has been called out by Hong Kong activists to raise Human Rights issue with Chinese President Xi Jinping this week. Britain is being criticised for readily succumbing to China’s hard-line policies. Before leaving for a three-city tour of China, May told reporters that she would discuss the sensitive issues with President Xi Jinping.

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China’s Pink Hearts Can Not Conceal Human Rights Suppression In Tibet

The Human Rights Watch China director has published an opinion piece in their official website explaining China’s latest campaign. The latest campaign aims to demand political loyalty through gentle terms such as the one shown in the picture above, China’s pink hearts to conceal its brutal human rights suppression in Tibet and other regions under China.

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News Media Should Speak For The Party: Xi’s Media Curb

A very serious step comes from the Communist Beijing government led by Mr. Xi Jingping with his statement at his recent tour to the headquarters of the three main Communist Party and state news organizations on Friday. He has made it clear that all the news media run by the party should work to speak for the party’s will and its propositions.

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China Forced Taiwan Pop Star To Apologize For Waving Taiwan Flag

Chou Tzu-yu, a 16 year old Taiwanese pop star was forced to make an apology to China for hold Taiwan flag on Korean Television. The singer was seen holding a small Taiwan flag alongside a Korean flag to identify herself as a Taiwanese pop star on the Korean Television. This led to her accusing of standing out for Taiwan independence.

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