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American Solar Companies Might Shy Away from Xinjiang Over Forced Labour Issues

American Solar Companies Might Shy Away from Xinjiang Over Forced Labour Issues

The American solar companies might have blood on their hands as they show their dependency on Uighur Muslim workforce that is subjugated and violated in the Xinjiang region of China. The region is the lifeblood…

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British Human Rights commission calls China ‘criminal state’, UK rethinks its ties with Beijing

British Human Rights commission calls China ‘criminal state’, UK rethinks its ties with Beijing

British Human Rights commission: A recent report carried out by the British human rights commission called China a ‘criminal state’, given the communist regime’s repressive policies. The report, titled ‘The Darkness Deepens: The Crackdown on…

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How Chinese Internet Industry Is Mistreating Its Human Capital

How Chinese Internet Industry Is Mistreating Its Human Capital

Chinese Internet Industry: China’s tech industry is overworked. The recent sudden death of a 20 some young e-commerce giant Pinduoduo speaks for itself. There is gross violation of labour rights at play. Many employees are…

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Hua Chunying says ‘US Embassy in China is busy sabotaging bilateral relations over baseless remarks’

Hua Chunying says ‘US Embassy in China is busy sabotaging bilateral relations over baseless remarks’

Hua Chunying: The US Embassy in China is busy spoiling bilateral relations by publishing baseless remarks against China instead of improving it, states Chinese Foreign Minister’s representative Hua Chunying in a press conference. Hua’s remarks…

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Philippines investigates how President’s security team got Covid-19 vaccine, embassy in China oblivious

Philippines investigates how President’s security team got Covid-19 vaccine, embassy in China oblivious

Philippines investigates: Like rest of the developing nations, has been eagerly waiting to obtain the covid-19 vaccine doses to immunise a significant chunk of its population. The country reported second-highest number of coronavirus infection case…

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US embassy fights for release of 12 Hong Kong fugitives, China rejects its demand

US embassy fights for release of 12 Hong Kong fugitives, China rejects its demand

On Monday, the US embassy in China, urged the Beijing authorities for the release of 12 Hong Kongers who were detained for trying to flee the communist regime. The embassy in its statement said, “Their…

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How China Uses Minority Groups As Forced Cotton Labour

How China Uses Minority Groups As Forced Cotton Labour

Ethnic minority groups in Xinjiang are being forced into forced labour on the cotton farms in China. It is a more predominant problem that has been going unnoticed for the longest time. The Xinjiang region…

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Human rights violations against Uyghur: US bans cotton imports from China

Human rights violations against Uyghur: US bans cotton imports from China

 United States of America have moved forward with tightening economic pressure on China’s Xinjiang province with yet another regulation. Trump administration has banned cotton imports from a powerful Chinese quasi-military organization. The new set of…

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Australia slams Chinese diplomat’s tweet as ‘truly repugnant’, demands apology

Australia slams Chinese diplomat’s tweet as ‘truly repugnant’, demands apology

On Monday, Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian tweeted a fake Twitter page, which outraged the Australian government as the country is already investigating over the alleged war crimes conducted by Australian army in Afghanistan…

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Big firms including Coca Cola and Nike lobby against the Xinjiang forced labor bill in US Congress

Big firms including Coca Cola and Nike lobby against the Xinjiang forced labor bill in US Congress

Major companies including Nike and Coca Cola are lobbying Congress against the forced labour bill that will ban import of goods that are being made in Xinjiang in China under forced labour. The bill has…

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