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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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In Search of Tank Man

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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Our Silence. Their Death. Never Forget.

Since 2014, I have written blogs to honor the young Chinese who sacrificed their lives to bring democracy to China. But the sad reality is that after 30 years, the Chines people don’t know the truth about the events on Tienanmen Square, and the Communist repression is increasing. After three decades, Tank Man is still […]

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30 Years After the Tiananmen Massacre: People of the Free World, Wake Up!

For the past five years, I have written blogs to honor the young Chinese who sacrificed their lives to bring democracy to China. But the sad reality is that after 30 years, the Chines people don’t know the truth about the events on Tienanmen Square, and the Communist repression is increasing. Beijing. June 3, 1989. […]

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Our Silence. Their Death. Never Forget.

After three decades, Tank Man is still unknown in China. We Chinese, who have learned the true story of Tank Man and the bloody Tiananmen Square Massacre, keep blaming its cover-up on the Chinese Communist Party. Except for the tens of thousands gathered at a candlelight vigil in Hong Kong yesterday night to mark 29 years […]

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Ending Presidential Term Limits: 1.3 Billion Chinese “Unanimously Agree”

“One Sunday morning, when the animals assembled to receive their orders, Napoleon announced that he had decided upon a new policy. … The four young pigs who had protested … were promptly silenced by a tremendous growling from the dogs. … Napoleon … announced that he had already made all the arrangements.” (George Orwell, Animal […]

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What’s in a Name

The street in front of the Chinese Embassy in Washington, D.C. will be renamed “Liu Xiaobo Plaza” if a new bill to that effect can be passed by Congress. This symbolic move is meant to honor a human rights activist, a Nobel Peace Prize winner, who was put in jail for years by the Chinese […]