China already has an exemplary set of environmental protection laws, but that close ties between business and officials mean that it is rarely enforced at a local level.
Hundreds of people gathered outside Henan government offices in protest over “foul smells” in their neighborhood.
Hong Kong population fear that their democracy, rule of law and freedom of speech might be ruined,
Over 430,000 Hong Kong residents joined in July a protest against the threat to the democracy, built over several decades of hard work.
Gao zhisheng wife, Geng He, spoke at the National Press Club in Washington to call on the U.S. government to do something about the plight of her husband and to ensure that he can be reunite with the family living now in California..
Gao was released from prison in August after being torture while in detention and now his health condition is very poor
Tuidang volunteer’ s call to Chinese people, may be the only opportunity for them to hear information based in factual reality.
After talking with the Tuidang volunteer, many of them are asking help to quit the CCP.
During a forum for state Senate candidates John Liu and incumbent Tony Avella, banners were held up by protesters saying “John Liu Is a Swindler,” and “John Liu Is the Scum of the Earth.”
One of person from the Chinese community said: “John Liu, among the community, is considered to be someone morally corrupt”.
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.