US Will Toughen Up Against CCP’s Unfair Trade Practices

US Will Toughen Up Against CCP’s Unfair Trade Practices

The Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) published its annual report of trade policy on March 1. The report stated that the US is "considering all existing tools––and will potentially seek new ones as needed" to combat the CCP's unfair trade practices, including intellectual property infringement. The report also reiterated that the US would make efforts to combat forced labor.
Business Interests Lobby U.S. Government to Divest from Trade with The CCP

Business Interests Lobby U.S. Government to Divest from Trade with The CCP

Translated by: MOS Education Team – Wintermfall on February 3rd, according to relevant media sources, U.S. business interests were lobbying lawmakers to strip provisions out of a bill that could hurt U.S. businesses but benefit the CCP. At the same time, they hope the government to review private U.S. investment in Communist China and place
US Implements Companies ESG Test for CCP’s Forced Labor

US Implements Companies ESG Test for CCP’s Forced Labor

On February 3th, local media sources indicated that the U.S. federal government is requiring local companies to conduct more stringent reviews of their respective global supply chains under a bill aimed at stopping forced labor by the CCP.
Congressional-Executive Commission on China Wrote to the IOC to Justify Contracts with Chinese Companies

Congressional-Executive Commission on China Wrote to the IOC to Justify Contracts with Chinese Companies

The letter states President Biden signed the “Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act” into law in December 2021, creating a “rebuttable presumption” that goods sourced in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (XUAR) are made with forced labor therefore prohibited from entering the United States.
U.S. Congressmen ask the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to certify Olympic uniforms free of forced labor

U.S. Congressmen ask the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to certify Olympic uniforms free of forced labor

Bipartisan members of the U.S. Congress and the Administration's China Committee recently sent a letter to IOC President Bach asking the IOC to certify that no forced labor was used in the Olympic uniforms for the Beijing Winter Games.
How Many Members Of The US Congress Are In The Pocket Of The Evil CCP?

How Many Members Of The US Congress Are In The Pocket Of The Evil CCP?

Dec. 23rd, 2021 According to a story by Breitbart on December 21st, 2021, it talks about the thirty-three members of Congress that are listed on the “congressional advisory board” of an organization that is partnered with a Chinese Communist Party (CCP)  affiliated think tank, the Humpty Dumpty Institute (HDI) is a New York-based organization that
Are BlackRock Too Close To The Chinese Communist Party?

Are BlackRock Too Close To The Chinese Communist Party?

According to a story by The Epoch Times on December 4th, 2021, it talks about how  Consumers’ Research, the oldest U.S. consumer advocacy organisation,  recently sent a letter to 10 state governors warning them about the reliance of their states’ pension funds on BlackRock’s strong ties to China. BlackRock, under Chief Executive Larry Fink, is
Hundreds of International Brands Profit From Forced Uyghur Labor

Hundreds of International Brands Profit From Forced Uyghur Labor

A recent report published by Sheffield Hallam University in the UK revealed that hundreds of international brands are selling cotton products associated with forced labor of Uyghurs.
Enes Kanter Denounces Nike’s Modern-Day Slave Factories in China

Enes Kanter Denounces Nike’s Modern-Day Slave Factories in China

10/25/2021 Enes Kanter called for Nike to close forced Uyghur labor factories and stop modern slavery in Xinjiang, China.
Not knowing much about the Chinese Communist Party? Don’t worry, we will start you off with the ABCs

Not knowing much about the Chinese Communist Party? Don’t worry, we will start you off with the ABCs

Orwellian-style surveillance, and various forms of persecution such as forced labor, torture, forced abortions and sterilization, and most hideous of all, organ harvesting
The genocide effect: EU bans the sale of forced labor products.

The genocide effect: EU bans the sale of forced labor products.

The Agence France-Presse reported that the President of the European Commission Von der Leyen stated in his annual EU address at the European Parliament on Tuesday that "We will never accept that the products they are forced to produce are sold in Europe and the EU will prohibit the products used forced labor to enter our market!"
[Opinion] G7 Plans Alternative to CCP’s Belt & Road Initiative

[Opinion] G7 Plans Alternative to CCP’s Belt & Road Initiative

An initiative put forth by the United States in the Group of 7 (G7) summit is a new global infrastructure program among G7 members to better compete with CCP aftermath from the pandemic.
[Commentary] Chargé d’affaires Ad Interim of the CCP’s Embassy in Maldives, Yu Xueyong, Issued an Article to Whitewash the CCP’s “Genocide” in Xinjiang

[Commentary] Chargé d’affaires Ad Interim of the CCP’s Embassy in Maldives, Yu Xueyong, Issued an Article to Whitewash the CCP’s “Genocide” in Xinjiang

On May 20th, 2021, Yu Xueyong (hereafter referred to as "Yu Interim"), Chargé d'affaires ad interim of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Embassy in Maldives, issued an article in the Maldivian News Network entitled, "Xinjiang is a Good Place,” to whitewash the CCP's genocide in Xinjiang. The Chinese Foreign Ministry then republished the full article immediately.
[Headline News]Forced Labor– CCP’s Human Right Abuses Through One Belt One Road

[Headline News]Forced Labor– CCP’s Human Right Abuses Through One Belt One Road

The Belt and Road Initiative, or “One Belt One Road" for short, is a global infrastructure development strategy adopted by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in 2013. Its aim is to invest to nearly 70 countries and international organizations, with a goal of completion in 2049.
[Commentary] Wang Yi continues to claim that “Genocide” and “Forced Labor” are a big lie fabricated for political purposes

[Commentary] Wang Yi continues to claim that “Genocide” and “Forced Labor” are a big lie fabricated for political purposes

On the night of April 23, State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi Exchanges Views with Council on Foreign relations Via Video Link.
China’s Ambassador Described Claims of Uighur Genocide As “Fake News”

China’s Ambassador Described Claims of Uighur Genocide As “Fake News”

4/9/2021 SBS reports that the CCP ambassador held a press conference to brainwash journalists. Propaganda clip “Xinjiang: A Wonderful Land” was played and the ambassador described claims of Uighur genocide as “fake news”. Xinjiang is indeed a wonderful land, but if it’s really a happy and free place as the CCP put it, why don’t the CCP have journalists visit Xinjiang?
[Opinion] How to Defeat the CCP’s Chicanery – the Case of Forced Labor in Xinjiang (Video)

[Opinion] How to Defeat the CCP’s Chicanery – the Case of Forced Labor in Xinjiang (Video)

On March 25, the CCP criticized global brand including H&M and Nike for boycotting cotton produced in Xinjiang Province. This decisions of boycotting cotton were based on the recommendations made by the Better Cotton Initiative (BCI), a nonprofit multistakeholder governance group which established that Xinjiang cotton doesn't meet labor standards.
[Opinion] Xinjiang Cotton: Why Hand-picking Is Still in Demand (Video)

[Opinion] Xinjiang Cotton: Why Hand-picking Is Still in Demand (Video)

On March 25, Spokesperson Hua Chunying of the Foreign Ministry of China vehemently denounced H&M and Nike's boycutting Xinjiang cotton due to the concern of forced labor being used. She stated, " Now in Xinjiang, over 40% of the cotton harvesting has been mechanicalized. There is no need for forced labor. "
China urges boycotts of foreign brands over Xinjiang stance

China urges boycotts of foreign brands over Xinjiang stance

The Chinese Communist Party is urging a nationwide boycott of foreign brands over their stance on Xinjiang. Swedish apparels brand H&M was the first hit by the boycott following its statement against alleged use of forced labor to produce cotton in Xinjiang.
[Opinion] Xinjiang Cotton: Why Hand-Picking is Still in Demand

[Opinion] Xinjiang Cotton: Why Hand-Picking is Still in Demand

Just by using common sense coupled with a bit of online research, it is not hard for truth-seekers to filter out a lot of the "noise", or, false information in the clothing of "facts."