Category: Human Rights

BEIJING FILES (III): The Cost of Xi Jinping’s Zero-Covid Policy

In the past three years, most of the world learnt to live with the Covid-19 Virus, however China is still struggling to normalize life. Despite protests, shortages and damage to economic growth, CCP Leader Xi Jinping still insists on following the dynamic Zero-Covid policy. But as China gets ready for the 20th National Congress of the Chinese Communist Party, will Covid mismanagement effect Xi’s third term? Will the increasing discontent and anger towards the Party morph into China’s Cultural Revolution 2.0 ? Will CCP’s Great Firewall be able to prevent this revolution anymore?

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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…


“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 […]