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Lifting One Billion Chinese Out of Poverty: The Big Lie Forward of the Communist Party

I grew up during Mao’s regime. In 1949, Mao Zedong, or Chairman Mao, brought the Communist regime to power in China. As a leader of communism, Mao was often ranked after Karl Marx, Lenin, and Stalin. During the first decade of the regime, Mao launched several political movements to take away people’s properties such as […]

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Say No to the Genocide Olympics; Show Up at Campaigns for Uyghurs

It was raining heavily outside. I was hesitant as to whether to go to the DC rally that was organized by the Victims of Communism and other organizations to boycott the coming Beijing Olympics and call out the genocide in Xinjiang and the persecution of Hongkongers and political dissidents in China. The bad weather seemed […]

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Boycotting 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics: Not Too Late but Too Little

The United States has announced a diplomatic boycott of the 2022 Winter Olympics in China. The White House said no official delegation would be sent to the Games because of concerns over China’s human rights record. As of December 2021, following the U.S., Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom, Lithuania, New Zealand, have announced diplomatic boycotts. […]

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Nipping It in the Bud: How Peaceful Demonstrations Vanished after 1989 in China

The Chinese Tank Man has become an international icon for the courage to pursue a democratic society. Not until I landed in the U.S. did I know and see his image, one of the most iconic photographs of the 20th century. I was stunned watching the unidentified man stopping the advance of a convoy of […]

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Birth Control Policies of the Chinese Communist Party: The Worst Case of Human Rights Abuse

My parents were born before the Communist Party took over in China. They both came from big families – my mother had three brothers and three sisters, and my father, one brother and four sisters. For my parents’ generation, it was common for a family to have five to seven children. At that time, China […]

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How Marxism Brewed an Evil Centennial Regime in China

This year marks a dark milestone in human history – the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) celebrates its 100th birthday. On July 1st, 1921, the CCP was founded in China, using Marxism as its underpinning. How did Marxism brew a hundred-year evil regime in China? This should be a big research question, but I want to […]

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Never Forget – June 4th 1989

I graduated from Peking University in 1989. Just a few years ago, when I arrived in the U.S., a friend of mine asked me about Tank Man. “Tank Man?” – I shook my head; he could have as well be talking about E.T. “Tank who? What are you talking about?” I asked with a perplexed […]

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Mao’s Red-Book Campaign Was Cruel, NOT Cool!

Recently, some young Americans have praised Mao’s Red-Book Campaign like something cool. As a Chinese national who has first-hand life experience during the Mao’s Communist regime, I feel compelled to tell the true story. Mao’s Red Book campaign was filled with blood and oppression. It was a cult, not cool but cruel. I was born […]

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If We Lose Freedom, We Lose Everything! – Jimmy Lai and His HongKongers

“If we lose freedom, we lose everything!” so told the CBS correspondent on 60 Minutes, in 2019, Jimmy Lai, an icon of the Hong Kong people, or HongKongers who love freedom and would sacrifice themselves for the freedom of their children and grandchildren.   Who is Jimmy Lai? At 71, Jimmy Lai is the embodiment […]

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Dead and Jailed Chinese Whistleblowers of COVID-19: “Wish to have a Little Breakthrough” in 2021

“The year 2020 in China started with the death of Mr. Li Wenliang, a medical doctor, and ended with jailed Ms. Zhang Zhan, an independent investigative journalist. The Chinese Communist Party has been busy covering up the truth about the coronavirus for the whole year. Without the coverup, the regime would die.” Mr. Wang Dan, […]