Op Ed

The Western Journal: Nameless but Not Forgotten -Remembering the Tank Men of Tiananmen Square

By: Jianli Yang Today, June 4, marks the 32nd anniversary of the Tiananmen Square Massacre, in which thousands of civilians were brutally murdered by the Chinese Communist Party’s death squads. Thirty-two years later, most of the survivors, including myself, have...

Newsweek: IOC Faces a Test Ahead of 2022 Beijing Olympics

By: Jianli Yang - May 27, 2021 At a bipartisan congressional hearing hosted by the Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission on May 18, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi made rightful calls for a diplomatic boycott of the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics on the grounds of China's...

The Hill: Why the Quad should morph into a treaty-based economic alliance

By: Jianli Yang & Aaron Rhodes - May 17, 2021 As India struggles with highly-infectious variants of the coronavirus and the world tries to lend a helping hand, Chinese Communist Party (CCP) rulers are busy exploiting a passing rift between Washington and New Delhi...

Washington Times: China’s military modernization continues unabated

By: Jianli Yang - May 6, 2021 Amidst growing territorial disputes with its neighbors and military tensions with the United States, China has projected defense expenditure growth of 6.8% this year. This allocation is the sharpest increase since 2019 and the third...