A Chinese state-owned media is using its strongest language yet to threaten the U.S. This, after Beijing simulated an invasion of Taiwan in a military exercise.
The President of the Philippines announces his country’s friendship with Communist China is over. He tells Beijing: “Kill me if you want to kill me, I will be here.”
One Chinese mother suddenly goes radio silent — after vocally demanding justice for her late son. What’s behind the dramatic change?
The U.S. suspends visas for certain Chinese Communist officials and their families. Reports say one Chinese undergraduate just got rejected for an American visa, because that student’s father works for China’s Ministry of Public Security.
And two of five American businessmen in Hong Kong want to leave the city. The biggest reason? The Chinese Communist Party’s suppression of freedom there.