Op Ed

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: The Game of Party and Patriotism in Hong Kong

By: Jianli Yang - February 26, 2021 During the video broadcast of the annual duty report by Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam, Chinese President Xi Jinping has announced that Hong Kong “must always be governed by patriots”. He asserted that “patriotic” politicians...

Providence Mag: US Commission Report Reveals China’s Transgressions

By: Jianli Yang - February 25, 2021 With each passing day, the US-China rivalry intensifies as Beijing struggles to compete against Washington’s power and influence. America’s regard for democracy and advocacy of liberal ideals are major impediments for China’s...

China’s whip on dissent masked as anti-corruption campaign | Opinion by Jianli Yang

By: Jianli Yang - February 18, 2021The Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) is the highest internal control division of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). They are tasked with countering corruption within the party. They concluded their fifth conference...