On Jan 08 this year, the Cyberspace Administration of China announced revised regulations for Internet Information Services. But are these revised regulations aimed to benefit the Party’s scrutiny and surveillance of individuals? Can these new regulations be a camouflaged attempt to identify and suppress the rising discontent in China? Is this going to be another law to weed out dissent and competition from China, like Hong Kong’s National Security Law??….Lets Find out…
Jack Ma, the flamboyant & charismatic Chinese business tycoon has been a source of motivation for young entrepreneurs everywhere. And therefore, his sudden disappearance has raised a variety of questions – Was it due to his Oct 2020 speech, that criticized CCP and held the country’s financial regulators responsible for blocking the development of Chinese entrepreneurs? Or was it to curb Ant Group’s increasing power and prosperity? Or was it just due to a clash of egos? Lets find out –
“While the world progressed and developed, Tibet kept burning under religious prejudice and the constant Human Rights violations. With barely any representation in CCP or the Tibet Work Forum, the fate of the land was left to foreigners from mainland China.
However, the recently signed ‘Tibetan Policy and Support Act (TPSA)’ brings with it a promise of brighter and a much hopeful future for Tibetans everywhere.”
“Once the world’s freest economy, Hong Kong has now been curtailed by US sanctions and the growing fear among businesses due to the worsening geopolitical relations of CCP” Those who begin coercive elimination of dissent soon find themselves exterminating dissenters. Compulsory unification of opinion achieves only the unanimity of the graveyard. -Robert Jackson This year […]
Our principle is that the Party commands the gun, and the gun must never be allowed to command the Party. – Mao Zedong “Based on what I know, the Chinese side also suffered casualties in the Galwan Valley physical clash” Hu Xijin, Editor-in-Chief of Chinese state-run media’s tweet And that’s all. That’s their only explanation […]
Today once again I am woken up by those muffled murmurs – once again I hear whispered worries and distressed voices – I can’t pinpoint when I first noticed it, but it’s definite now – there is a bittersweet fragrance of Revolution in the air … and it reminds me of ’89, all over again. […]
“Every revolution seems impossible at the beginning, and after it happens, it was inevitable.” –Bill Ayers Every year on October 1st, my mind inadvertently retraces the history that shaped my country. But before I divulge a little into the past and a little into the present, I must introduce myself – I am Tian’anmen, the […]