Falun Gong

Russia is not alone in flooding the Internet with fake news and “comments.” Post something on any reasonably large site saying
Like a broken record, Beijing's blatant and brutal practices to maintain "control" of its people and eliminate "threats" to its values play over and over again. It occurred to me that Beijing reminded me a great deal of a documentary I recently watched, Bully.
"Meditation is the ultimate mobile device; you can use it anywhere anytime unobtrusively." Traffic can induce stress and
My late great father, California Congressman Tom Lantos, would often remind me with a wry smile: "Time heals all wounds and wounds all heels." I thought of this recently when an important human rights lawsuit against Cisco Systems began to make its way through the labyrinth of our legal system.
Whether these woman recognized it or not, they have stumbled upon an extremely effective tactic given the constraints of the contemporary PRC
The appointment of Max Baucus to be the new Ambassador to China is a slap in the face to every working man and woman - and unemployed worker - in America.
Indeed it is wonderful that Hong Kong people spend a major public holiday protesting rather than the usual shopping. But the cynic in me that wonders whether such protests covers up the reality or simply mean Hong Kongers are in denial.
Aging is a natural process of life, and healthy aging is achievable, particularly through integrating the best of Eastern and Western medicine.
Corruption perceptions indices suggest that China is not especially corrupt for its level of development and actually does better than many more developed countries, including Russia, Argentina, and Mexico.
On Monday, after the group was arrested, Governor Abercrombie announced that the Iolani Palace would be closed during the
The lawsuit is said to rely on sales materials that show Cisco trying to market its services to the Chinese government by
I met Tang Jitian and was impressed with his understanding of his role in pushing the Chinese government to truly commit to a rule of law.
In a typically sour grapes gesture, China has invented its own peace prize. The ceremony, held on December 9th, is a day ahead of the Nobel Peace Prize function honoring jailed Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo.
I, for one, was proud of His Holiness the Dalai Lama when he spoke strongly about the Chinese Communist Party's oppressive treatment of Tibetan Buddhist monks in Tibet.
As the world marks the 20th anniversary of the Tiananmen Protest, its time to improve coverage of human rights violations in China.
The Chinese deserve their moment in the sun. If, however, the Tibetans, Falun Gong, or Uighurs in China cause a nationalist backlash, the ugly face of Chinese nationalism will be exposed.
The IOC has known that China's website policies would be a problem all along and informally sought to manage change.
In its second and final response, the Chinese government describes the Falun Gong as being "against everything from China
Hours before a heavily promoted documentary about the Falun Gong spiritual sect in China was scheduled to go on the air, the