A police officer in New York City was arrested and charged Monday with spying on fellow Tibetans for the Chinese government.
Baimadajie Angwang, 33, allegedly sent intel to unidentified “handlers” as early as 2014, particularly information on potential opponents of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
After giving up on his plans to crush Disney in China, Wang Jianlin — one of the country’s richest men — is back on the theme park business with eyes on the nation’s Communist party.
In a recent announcement, Wang’s Wanda Group — one of the world’s largest commercial real estate developers — said that it will spend 12 billion yuan ($1.74 billion) to build a theme park in Yan’an, the city that served as the headquarters of the Communist Party during the Chinese Civil War.
Xi Jinping is set to officially rule China for an indefinite period, making him the country’s most powerful leader in the post-Mao era.
It follows as China’s legislature, the National People’s Congress, approves a constitutional amendment that abolishes presidential limits of two consecutive terms.
The Communist Party of China reportedly proposed to change the country leader’s term in the constitution, which states that the president and vice-president “shall serve no more than two consecutive terms.”
The proposal, publicized by state-run media outlet Xinhua, was forwarded by the party’s Central Committee on Sunday. The 200-member body of senior members are set to hold a three-day assembly starting on Monday, Shanghaiist reported.
There’s a collection of steamy homoerotic Communist propaganda posters from the 1950s floating around on the internet and we want some Sino-Soviet fan fiction about them.
On Oct. 1, 1949, Mao Zedong, also known as Chairman Mao, announced the establishment of the People’s Republic of China, with Beijing as its capital.
While local media hyped up the presence of female delegates in the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC), only 10 women ended up as members of the new Central Committee, an elite body of 204.
According to according to Reuters, this means men make up slightly more than 95% of the Central Committee.
Two chatbots developed by a Chinese tech company were temporarily put offline after expressing dissent against the Communist Party.
Media company Tencent was forced to take down chatbots BabyQ and the Microsoft-created XiaoBing after they began offering responses that were not supportive of the ruling party in China.