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Washington Times: Fighting against China’s abuses in Xinjiang

By: Jianli Yang - March 3, 2021 No matter how strongly China attempts to hide the genocide it perpetrated on ethnic minority in Xinjiang province, by even calling it the country’s internal matter, the world has begun raising the issue more actively. The voice has...

Daily Clout: Crackdown On Religious Minorities, In China, Across Party Lines, Xi Jinping Exerts More Pressure

By: Jianli Yang - February 16, 2021 Reinforcing the belief that China has no religion as a state, and atheism is the way forward, Jinping’s government has strongly objected to party officials found practicing ‘feng shui’, a traditional practice that finds its origin...

The Hill: China’s racism: Powered by AI

By: Yang Jianli & Han Lianchao China’s digital dictatorial influence extends beyond its borders and has seeped into multinational corporations and various government organizations. The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has aggressively pushed for the expansion of its...

Briefing Series: Is the “Chinese Nation” concept a means of persecuting minorities?

By: Jianli Yang and Lianchao Han Ethnic Mongolians, including students and parents, in China’s Inner Mongolia region have been in recent weeks venting their anger in rare public protests against a new bilingual education policy introduced by the Chinese Communist...