Tag Archives: China

  • Why do Western countries always play the ‘Tibet card’?

    Tibet, a beautiful, mysterious place, has been a target of Western countries to stir up trouble for China. For the past 70 years, they have been wearing rose-tinted lens when looking at this sacred land. ...

  • Taiwan will never forget China’s Tiananmen crackdown, says president

    Taiwan's people will never forget China's bloody crackdown on pro-democracy demonstrators in and around Tiananmen Square 32 years ago and will stick with their faith in democracy, President Tsai Ing-wen said on Friday. ...

  • Sikyong Penpa Tsering meets Tibetan press, explains policy priorities

    Sikyong Penpa Tsering met with the members of the Tibetan press in the afternoon today to reiterate his policy priorities, particularly on the vexed issue of dealing with China. Tsering has had three virtual audiences with the Dalai Lama. ...

  • China showcases Xinjiang’s economy to fight rights criticism

    China is showcasing economic development in its northwestern Xinjiang region to fight allegations of human rights abuses there. More than 1 million people have been held in a vast system of prison-like detention centres. ...

  • China allows couples to have three children as birthrate falls

    China will allow couples to have three children after a census showed its population is rapidly ageing, state media said Monday, further unwinding four decades of strict family planning controls in the world's most populous nation. ...

  • New Sikyong Penpa Tsering says reaching out to China his priority

    Penpa Tsering, the new Sikyong of the Tibetans-in-exile, who took the oath of office earlier today to lead the Central Tibetan Administration, said reaching out to China to resolve the Sino-Tibet conflict will be his top priority. ...

  • China’s colonial rule in Tibet: A challenge to civilized world’s conscience

    China-Tibet experts discussed 70 years of China’s colonial rule over Tibet in an international webinar in New Delhi, as in a challenge to the conscience of the civilized world China is ‘celebrating’ 70 years of its colonialism in Tibet. ...

  • Vijay Kranti A Chinese fraud called “17-Point Agreement”

    The increasing belligerence of China, especially its opaqueness regarding the spread of the deadly Wuhan virus around the world, has the potential to be the battle of Waterloo for China’s communist leaders. ...

  • China says it will approve Dalai Lama’s successor

    China on Friday indicated that it would choose the successor to the India-based Dalai Lama through “drawing lots from the golden urn” with the candidate subject to the approval of the Communist Party of China-ruled central government. ...

  • China, US argue over naval activity in South China Sea

    China on Thursday issued its second protest in as many days over US naval activity in the region, drawing an unusually sharp response from the US Navy's 7th Fleet, which accused Beijing of attempting to assert illegitimate maritime rights. ...