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Human Rights Violations in China

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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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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Through the Eyes of a Child: How I Remember the Chinese Cultural Revolution

I was born in China. Around the time I was born, the founder of Communist China, Mao Ze Dong, started a cultural revolution. Hundreds of historical sites and statues were destroyed; thousands of books were burned. Mao claimed, “The First Emperor only buried 460 scholars alive, while we’ve buried 46,000, a hundred times over.” The […]