...a grassroots movement in China that has become a massive force for peaceful transformation.

Rong Yi, Chairperson of Tuidang Center


Seven Students of Jailed Uyghur Scholar Stand Trial For 'Separatism'

Radio Free Asia, Human Rights, 7h

Tohti, a former professor at the Central University for Nationalities in Beijing, was sentenced to life in prison, Now his student are facing charges with separatism, while at least three of them have confessed on state television that they worked for Tohti's Uighur online (uighurbiz.net) website

Canadian MPs: Regime Change Ahead as Chinese Renounce Communist Party Membership

Epoch Times, Tuidang Movement, 1d

“Chinese people, in the near future, will have a new government, a democratic government, that respects the rule of law and basic human rights,” predicted Canadian Senator Thanh Hai Ngo This is due to Tuidang movement for Quitting the CCP that brought more and more Chinese to renounce their Communist Party Membership

China Fires Journalist Who Tweeted In Support of Occupy Central

Radio Free Asia, Democratic movement, 2d

A journalist lost his job after sending out tweets highly critical of state media's line on the Hong Kong protests on his personal microblog account. "People who, without understanding the situation, launch their invective at Hong Kong's citizens' protest deserve to spend the rest of their lives as slaves," he tweeted.


UK calls China a ‘Country of Concern’

UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office , 7m

"The facts on the ground point to the fact that China’s communist regime severely curtails civil and political rights and utilizes the use of violence frequently when faced with free-thinkers, human rights defenders and those who petition for change" was written in the UK report

China’s Environmental Crisis – CFR Report

CFR, 9m

China's environmental crisis is due to the fact that it's huge economic growth has come at the expense of its environment and public health. Citizens in big Chinese cities citizens have dubbed the air pollution as "airpocalypse".

The Long Shadow of Chinese Censorship

The Center for International Media Assistance, 1y

The Chinese Communist Party is exporting patterns of domestic control to censor unwanted news and stifle opposition viewpoints internationally.