Members of the Chinese diaspora in the U.S. were reported to have received $200 each to greet Xi Jinping at the APEC summit in San Francisco, and were reportedly instructed to greet the leader with flags outside his hotel.
Biden Admin Removes Restrictions on China Purchasing American Technology That Could Be Used Against US
The administration’s decisions to lift restrictions on 27 Chinese companies have broader implications, not only for U.S. national security and foreign policy, but also for human rights within China.
Drug addicts, homeless plaguing San Francisco’s downtown miraculously disappear ahead of Biden, Xi Jinping summit
Once APEC is gone, police presence will start to simmer down again, the tents will return. And it will slowly flare up again. What we need is a permanent solution.
Hong Kong Watch launches groundbreaking new report on threats to freedom of religion or belief in Hong Kong
China’s draconian National Security Law unleashed onto Hong Kong in 2020 has had a chilling effect on religious believers, including widespread self-censorship in sermons and other religious activities.
Hong Kongers continue to vote with their feet and leave, coming to the conclusion that China’s draconian National Security Law has transformed previously one of the most open cities in Asia into little more than a police state.
In this lecture by James Lindsay of New Discourses, the parallels between our current circumstances and the strategies employed in Mao’s China become starkly evident, leading us to the inescapable conclusion that we are currently in the midst of nothing less than American Maoism.
In this session from the “With Liberty and Justice for All” conference, host Michael O’Fallon, alongside a panel featuring James Lindsay, Xi Van Fleet, Lily Tang Williams, Cathy Kiang, Sau O’Fallon, and Mike Zho, engages in a stimulating discourse focused on the contemporary American cultural revolution.
Lily Tang Williams, born in China to working-class parents who endured the hardships of Mao’s Cultural Revolution and Communist rule, found her long-sought freedom in America.
Xi Van Fleet’s presentation at the ‘With Liberty & Justice for All’ conference aims to provide a brief history of the Chinese Cultural Revolution (1966-1976) launched by China’s then dictator Mao Zedong.
In this session from the With Liberty & Justice For All conference, Asians for Liberty co-founder Cathy Kiang begins by expressing her gratitude for courageous individuals committed to preserving freedom and truth.