GA Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene vows to kick out every Chinese ‘loyal to CCP’ if she was in charge
U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) would deport every last Chinese whose loyalty lies with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), if she had the power to do so.
Her plans: Greene, who represents Georgia’s 14th Congressional District, made her comments last Wednesday on Steve Bannon’s show, “War Room: Pandemic.” Aside from deporting Chinese people, the lawmaker said she would also impose strict tariffs.
Action superstar Jackie Chan has publicly expressed his interest in joining the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) during a symposium for Chinese film in Beijing last week.
CCP admirer: The martial arts icon revealed his desire to become an official member of the CCP after being asked to comment on Chinese President Xi Jinping’s speech at the party’s centennial celebration on July 1, reported Business Insider.
Man who biked thousands of miles looking for kidnapped son and inspired Andy Lau movie reunite after 24 years
A man who lost his 2-year-old son and inspired the 2015 movie “Lost and Love” was finally reunited with his child after 24 years.
Emotional reunion: On Sunday, officials informed Guo Gangtang, of Shandong province, that they found his son, Xinzhen, now 26, after a DNA test confirmed a match, according to AsiaOne.
A famous Chinese liquor known for being consumed by former Presidents Richard Nixon and Barack Obama during visits to the country sold for over $1 million at an auction in London.
The auction: Kweichow Moutai set the record for the “highest price ever paid at an auction for a single lot of Moutai outside China” on June 18, according to CNN Business.
Young adults in China have recently embarked on a new trend called “tang ping,” the supposed antidote to the societal pressures of finding a good job and clocking in long hours.
In essence, “tang ping” (躺平), which literally translates to “lie flat,” is a deliberate rejection of the notorious rat race — a movement that does not advocate laziness but “having different choices,” as some put it.
Indian American journalist Megha Rajagopalan won the 2021 Pulitzer Prize on Friday for her coverage of China’s detention camps in Xinjiang.
The recognition: Rajagopalan won the award for International Reporting with Alison Killing and Christo Buschek for BuzzFeed News, the first for the website since its founding in 2012.
“China Captain,” a new film released on the Tencent Video streaming platform, is receiving heavy criticism from social media users for being too similar to Marvel’s “Avengers.”
Actor and wrestler John Cena recently apologized to China for saying Taiwan is the “first country” to watch “F9” in an interview with TVBS in early May.
A student club poster at Glenbrook South High School in Glenview, Ill., that took a jab at China has reportedly sparked outrage among parents and state lawmakers.
A call for conservatives: The poster recruits students to join the school’s chapter of Turning Point USA (TPUSA), a nonprofit that aims to “identify, educate, train and organize students to promote the principles of freedom, free markets and limited government.”
Social media users spoke out against anti-Chinese rhetoric amid concerns over the uncontrolled rocket launched by China’s space program on April 29.
It came as a relief to those following the story when the 20-ton booster crashed safely into the Indian Ocean near the Maldives last Sunday. Most of it had burned upon re-entry, the Chinese space agency announced.
A group of students from Shanghai received prison sentences of up to two and a half years after swindling KFC out of $30,000 by using a loophole.
What happened: A 23-year-old student, identified as Xu, first learned how to outsmart KFC in April 2018. He realized he could order free food by using coupons from the KFC app and then request refunds of these coupons through another app.
China has enforced a law that will prohibit people from ordering too much food at restaurants and filming mukbangs.