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China Tibet

During Chinese President Xi Jinping’s first official state visit to the U.S., pro-democracy protesters rallied in Washington’s Lafayette Square in front of the White …


China

President Xi Jinping has been depicted as China’s most powerful leader since Mao. This week he travels to Washington for his first official state visit and …


China

Taylor Swift’s 1989 World Tour is the pop show of 2015. It has topped this year’s Billboard Hot Tours chart, and so far it …


China Tibet

Two months ago, China put the Tibetan people to a test. The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) demanded that all Buddhist monasteries in Tibet display the …


China

A recent conference at the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation convened by Dr. Yang Jianli and the group Initiatives for China explored the consequences …


China

In his description of his conversion from communism, the writer Whittaker Chambers said he “felt a surging release and a sense of freedom, like …


China

Editor’s Note: A version of these remarks was originally offered as testimony before the Congressional Executive Commission on China by Ms. Littlejohn on April …


China

Seeking to correct what he saw as a “deafening silence” and a “breathtaking indifference” from policy makers in Washington on the issue, Congressman Chris …


China Communism

Washington’s Governor Jay Inslee is in hot water this week after he raised the Chinese flag to full mast in front of the state house in Olympia. …


China

This is an ancient and youthful country … It’s full of opportunities, along with untold challenges. These oxymoronic platitudes, accompanied by an airy piano …