Articles On: Work Regulations, Face Ban, Hong Kong, President Xi, and Immigration

Sunday, October 11, 2020
ARTICLES THAT ILLUMINATE THE LACK OF PERSONAL FREEDOM AND POLITICAL LIBERTY UNDER THE CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY.

 

习近平名字写进中委会《工作条例》 学者 [Xi Jinping's name is written in the "Work Regulations" of the Central Committee Scholars] – ORIGINAL IN CHINESE
by Qiao Long
via Radio Free Asia, September 29, 2020


Chinese students face ban amid security fears
by Lucy Fisher
via The Times, October 1, 2020


Love and Obligation
by David Bandurski
via China Media Project, October 1, 2020


On China’s National Day, Hong Kong Police Quash Protests
by Austin Ramzy, Elaine Yu, and Tiffany May
via The New York Times, October 1, 2020


China’s aggressive tactics aim to bolster the Communist Party’s legitimacy
by Dan Blumenthal
via AEI, September 28, 2020


Xi’s Party
via China Neican, October 5, 2020


US bans communist party members from immigration
by Kelly Ho
via Hong Kong Free Press, October 5, 2020


Xi joins Marx and Mao as required course at China's top colleges
by Tsukasa Hadano
via Nikkei Asia, October 4, 2020


Hong Kong primary teacher deregistered 'for talking about independence'
by Helen Davidson
via The Guardian, October 6, 2020


US, Australia, India, Japan discuss China’s growing power
by Mari Yamaguchi
via Associated Press News, October 5, 2020