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The Colourful Result Of 62 Years Communist Rule

The successful launch of a satellite. (screenshot)

Banquet held on 30th Sep, 2011 in Beijing by communist leaders to celebrate 62 years of rule in China. (screenshot)

Chinese citizen, China's Red Cross 'Jewel', Guo Meimei with her sports car and designer's bag. (screenshot)

Chinese citizen, Bo Guagua, son of high communist official, Bo Xilai, (who ordered millions of Shichuan people to sing "Red songs" for over five month)  at a party. (screenshot)

The future masters of China in their classroom right now. (screenshot)

Chinese are laying foundation for a new Skyscraper? (screenshot)

Chinese "younger" workers adding to the national GDP by collecting loose coal in the rain on 13th July, 2011. (screenshot)


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Beijing's Spies Cost German Firms Billions PDF Print E-mail
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China uncensored staff   

Report by Journalist Kate Connolly from Berlin:

GERMANY is under attack from an increasing number of state-backed Chinese spying operations that are costing its economy tens of billions of euros a year, a leading German counterintelligence agent has said.

Original report from SMH: Beijing's Spies Cost German Firms Billions


5 years ago, reports by Canada TV also reveal concerns of high cost in Canada for fending off Chinese espionage.

Full report please read Chinese spies cost Canada billions: Harper

Last Updated on Tuesday, 27 April 2010 16:40
From Dim Cave Light To International Lime Light PDF Print E-mail
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Chrisitne Riveland   

Lawyer Gao Zhisheng's life journey

A few years ago, along with another person,  I was privileged to polish the English version of Christian attorney Gao Zhisheng's by now famous book, A China More Just.

His book chronicles this man's inspiring journey, from growing up in a Guizhou province cave home, in abject poverty, to excelling...

Last Updated on Thursday, 08 April 2010 15:03
China's Global Foreign Propaganda Strategy (Part 2) PDF Print E-mail
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A decade spent investing time and money to build relationships in China seems to have done Mr. Murdoch and News Corp, little good.

How to influence foreign media through business operations

In 1993, Rupert Murdoch, board chairman of News Corp. bought 63.6% shares of Hong Kong’s Star TV stock with 525 million USD (he bought the rest of the stock in 1995) [41]. Soon after that, he announced, “Star TV has constituted an unambiguous threat to totalitarian regimes in the...

Last Updated on Tuesday, 06 April 2010 14:12
China's Global Foreign Propaganda Strategy (Part 1) PDF Print E-mail
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With its Global United Work Front Strategy, the Chinese Communist Party's (CCP) goal is to gain supremacy in ideological control over Western society.

The CCP's  foreign propaganda can be considered as gunpowder-free warfare that is carried out in the post-Cold War era.

For example, Zhao Qizheng, the director of the Foreign Propaganda Office of the CCP Central Committee, considers the CCP’s foreign propaganda as an “undertaking to win over public opinion” and a...

Last Updated on Tuesday, 06 April 2010 14:13
Coercion at Frankfurt Book Fair PDF Print E-mail
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Maia Paynes   

Frankfurt news: Saturday saw the turbulent opening of the controversial China-Symposium in conjunction with the annual Frankfurt Book Fair. The Frankfurt Book Fair has a tradition that spans more than 500 years. Soon after Johannes Gutenberg had invented printing in movable letters in Mainz near Frankfurt, the first book fair was held by local booksellers. Until the end of the 17th century, it was the most important book fair in Europe. As a consequence of political...

Last Updated on Tuesday, 06 April 2010 14:17
Another Communist ‘Spy Probe’ In Australia PDF Print E-mail
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Xia Yu   

Chinese Telecommunications giant Huawei is under scrutiny - in Australia and elsewhere, with links to the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) suspected.

According to a recent media report, Australia's National Security Service is investigating Huawei, whose legitimacy has been debated by intelligence chiefs in the USA, Britain and India - for employing technicians in Australia with direct links to the PLA.

The Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) is...

Last Updated on Tuesday, 06 April 2010 14:21
New York Politician Refuses Invitation To Visit China PDF Print E-mail
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On Aug 6 2009, New York City Council Member Tony Avella held a press conference in front of the Flushing Public Library. He formally announced that he had declined an invitation by the Asian American Business Development Center to visit China. He said that as long as there is no improvement in the Chinese Communist regime’s human rights record, as an official from a democratic country, he should not visit.

Mr. Avella went want to say, “We do not want to encourage the human...

Last Updated on Tuesday, 06 April 2010 14:50
Leaders Of Overseas Chinese Community Trained By China PDF Print E-mail
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Zhou Lishuo, from China News, reported from Guilin City on May 29, 2006: “In order to encourage and nurture more overseas Chinese youth to serve in Chinese communities, the Office of Overseas Chinese Affairs under State Council have invited over 30 young to middle aged Chinese from Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Australia, U.S., France, U.K., and Holland to attend the third session of “Advanced Training for Young Generation Overseas Chinese Entrepreneurs” in 2006. The...

Last Updated on Tuesday, 06 April 2010 14:56
China's Opposition 'Boosts' Rebiya Movie PDF Print E-mail
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Radio Free Asia   

HONG KONG—The Chinese government's opposition to the screening of a documentary film about exiled Uyghur leader Rebiya Kadeer has given its first-time director much-needed publicity.

Jeff Daniels, a Melbourne-based independent filmmaker, said his documentary The 10 Conditions of Love about Kadeer's life and the Turkic-speaking mostly Muslim Uyghur people needed all the publicity it could get.

"The fact that the Chinese government has made it very difficult for my...

Last Updated on Tuesday, 06 April 2010 15:03
China Arranged Fake ‘Students’ To Meet Obama PDF Print E-mail
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Xia Yu   

A Chinese blogger exposed on the Sohu forum that the ‘students’ who asked question of President Obama during his visit to China, were actors arranged by the Chinese government, they are not students.

After the news that Obama had met with Chinese students, Chinese ‘human search...

Last Updated on Wednesday, 07 April 2010 11:13
High Cost of Business PDF Print E-mail
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Taiwan News   

102 Taiwanese businessmen have been killed in China in just 10 years

According to Minshi News sources, October last year, another murder of  a Taiwanese businessman has occured in China. 30 year old  Qiu Yongxin who worked as the general manager of Dongguan Taiwanese Company, was sleeping in the  factory dormitory,when attacked by two men who stabbed him and...

Last Updated on Wednesday, 07 April 2010 12:06
A Little Taste of Chinese Communist Ways for Australians PDF Print E-mail
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China Uncensored   

Chinese hackers have defaced Australia's biggest film festival website whose organizers refused to withdraw a documentary about exiled Uyghur leader Rebiya Kadeer. This comes on the heels of Chinese regime protests to the Melbourne International Film Festival - over the inclusion of the documentary, and led to last week's protest withdrawals of three films, and over Kadeer's anticipated attendance at the August 8 festival's premiere. She denies Beijing's claims that she was behind ethnic...

Last Updated on Saturday, 28 October 2017 21:28
China Tries to Tighten Control in Australia PDF Print E-mail
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China Uncensored   

China's Communist Government has been accused of trying to stop a film about a Uyghur activist premiering at the Melbourne International Film Festival. China demanded Australian exhibitors to withdraw the documentary

The film is about Rebiya Kadeer, a successful businesswoman in China who spent six years in jail because of her democracy activities, and is now leader in exile of the World Uyghur Congress. China has accused Ms Kadeer of instigating the protests in Urumqi which resulted...

Last Updated on Saturday, 28 October 2017 21:28
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