The “Great Firewall”, a complex Chinese system of filters, keyword blocks and manual censorship doesn’t let Chinese Netizen a free access to Internet.
One of them has sued his Internet service provider (ISP) for blocking access to Google, The giant left China few years ago after a showdown with the government over Internet controls.
Does Chiese white paper, put an end to the principle of “one country, two systems” that grants Hong Kong a high degree of autonomy from the rest of China?
It is unclear why, of a sudden, terms a on ‘quitting the Party’ and Falun Gong all searchable,
People take notice that those terms and others,that used to be censored, are available on the main search engine in China, Baidu
Hong Kong citizens are protesting a recent decision by Chinese communist authorities to deny the city-state genuine democracy.
Many in Hong Kong want to select the candidates themselves—like in any real democratic process.
Business forum in Czech ignites debate over human rights and trade with China while Chinese business delegation visit Prague.
One of the delegation members was greeted by human rights activists who wanted to expose his record persecuting the spiritual practice of Falun Gong in China.
Xin Tingchao, a Falun Gong practitioner in Laishui County, Hebei, has been illegally sentenced for three years in Beijing Tianhe Prison. Recently, he has suddenly gone missing. His family members looked up several prisons in Beijing, but no one knows of his whereabouts. What’s the reason Xin has disappeared? Who is manipulating behind the scene?
Every day, hundreds of thousands of phone calls are being made by mean of auto-call software (RTC) to the people in mainland China, helping them to quit the Chinese communist party.
During the eight day- holiday of the Chinese New Year, 3,053 people made a statement to quit the Party by mean of the RTC platform.
Bian Lizhao, was originally a teacher, he was kidnapped two years ago, and sentenced to 12 years because he practice Falun Gong.
His daughter was abducted after she pulled open a banner with “I want to see my father” in front of the prison gate and Shijiazhuang Justice Department.
Chinese authorities in eastern China removed crosses from Christian churches.
In one case, some of the congregants got beaten up and injured. They were hit with police batons.