Anti-government protests, which are unusual in China, occurred again on Sunday. Protesters in Shanghai are urging Chinese President Xi Jinping to step down as demonstrations erupted over the weekend across China against Communist Party’s zero COVID policies. Thousands of protesters in Shanghai on Saturday chanted “Xi Jinping, step down” and “Communist party, step down,” the BBC reported. Anti-government protests, which are unusual in China, occurred again … Continue reading Protests erupt in China demanding Xi Jinping to resign over COVID restrictions
“Conversation reveals Xi’s dismissive view of Canada: a country to be lectured and threatened.“ CCP leader Xi Jinping scolded Canadian PM Justin Trudeau over a leaked conversation in front of a massive crowd at this year’s G20 Summit. “Everything that we discussed has been leaked to the paper,” said Jinping’s translator to Trudeau. “That’s not appropriate.” “And that’s not the way the conversation was conducted. … Continue reading “Now the World Knows Who Owns Canada”: Xi Scolds Trudeau Over Leaked Conversation In Front of Crowd at G20 Summit
President Joe Biden just gave his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, a propaganda victory. The two met Monday on the sidelines of the Group of 20 summit in Bali, Indonesia, their first in-person meeting of Biden’s presidency. While it’s positive that the two leaders are communicating, the optics of the meeting might have done more harm than good. If Biden wants to set the U.S.-China relationship … Continue reading Biden hands China’s Xi a propaganda victory at G-20
In a shocking show of who is “the Boss” in China, President Xi Jinping had his predecessor, Hu Jintao, forcibly removed from the leadership table in the ongoing China Communist Party Summit in Beijing. Video below: Opposition is not permitted under Communism and Hu Jintao had made political trouble for Xi Jinping. Hu Jintao stands for maintaining good US relations, and is also an opponent … Continue reading Former Boss of China Communist Party Forcibly Removed from Major meeting
The takeover of Hong Kong is complete. Taiwan is next. Chinese Communist Party President Xi Jinping announced in the opening to the CCP’s 20th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC) that the takeover of Hong Kong is complete and Taiwan is next. The Global Times reported on the event in China. The 20th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC) … Continue reading China’s Xi Jinping Opens Annual CCP Conference and Announces Full Control of Hong Kong – Taiwan Is Next
Chinese President Xi Jinping visited an exhibition in Beijing on Tuesday, according to state television, in his first public appearance since returning to China from an official trip to Central Asia in mid-September. Xi is widely expected to secure a precedent-breaking third term as leader at the Communist Party’s once-in-five-years congress next month. (Source) Continue reading China’s Xi Appears Tuesday After Debunked Coup Rumors
More than a week ago, Chinese leader Xi Jinping embarked on a three-day trip to Central Asia to mark his sphere of influence. He has since been out of the public eye, skipping a high-level military meeting and the annual United Nations General Assembly. With China only weeks away from its 20th National Congress, during which Xi is set to pursue an unprecedented third term, his … Continue reading Xi’s Absence From Public Eye Ahead of Third Term Bid Fuels Speculation
Among the unproven rumors circulating is that Li Qiaoming, a general for the People’s Liberation Army (PLA), China’s military, has replaced Xi. Li was born in 1961 and was promoted to serve as a general—the PLA’s highest rank—in 2019, according to Indian television station OdishaTV. Li is also a member of the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) central committee. Li had been considered a contender to … Continue reading Li Qiaoming: General at Center of China Coup Rumors on Social Media
Beijing Airport canceled more than 6,000 domestic flights and international flights. Also, all tickets sold by the high-speed rail are suspended, and the rail is completely stopped until further notice For the last two years, there was no place like home for Chinese President Xi Jinping. He had not moved out of his home in Beijing and was not meeting any world leader, not even … Continue reading Is Xi Jinping under house arrest?
I am certain that most Americans do not have a clue what transpired this week at the meeting of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (aka SCO). It is a clarion call, a defiant declaration, that the countries, which account for over half of the world’s population, are no longer going to defer to the United States. The attendees included Russia, China, India, Turkey, Iran, Pakistan, Egypt … Continue reading Will The United States and NATO Wake Up To What Happened at the Meeting of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization?
If China banned exports, the United States will fall into the hell of a new coronavirus pneumonia epidemic’ the communist-controlled paper threatened. Mon Mar 16, 2020 – 4:01 pm EST BEIJING, China, March 16, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) ― A communist-controlled Chinese newspaper threatened that if China banned drug and medicine exports to the United States, America would be helpless to combat an epidemic. Stung by … Continue reading Chinese communist newspaper: If we ban drug exports, US falls into coronavirus ‘hell’
Incoming Trump administration could take the U.S. toward protectionism DAVOS, Switzerland—Chinese President Xi Jinping’s strong defense of globalization at a speech at the World Economic Forum was depicted here as an effort to fill a vacuum being created by the U.S. stepping back from a global leadership role. Mr. Xi was seen as reacting to growing concerns that the incoming U.S. administration ofDonald Trump would … Continue reading China’s Xi Jinping Speech Seen as Move to Fill Global Leadership Role
China’s President Xi Jinping will promote “inclusive globalization” at this month’s World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos and will warn that populist approaches can lead to “war and poverty”, Chinese officials said on Wednesday. This year’s forum, from Jan. 17-20, is expected to be dominated by discussion of a surge in public hostility toward globalization and the rise of U.S. President-elect Donald Trump, whose tough … Continue reading China’s Xi to promote globalization at Davos, not ‘war and poverty’
Washington (AFP) – President Barack Obama will meet key European allies and China’s Xi Jinping during an upcoming three-country overseas trip, the White House said Friday, hoping to reassure partners after Donald Trump’s shock election. Obama is expected to meet the leaders of Britain, France and Germany during a visit to Berlin and will hold a bilateral meeting with China’s leader on the margins of … Continue reading Obama to meet Xi, European allies next week: W.House