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The US is trying to light the match of Islamic extremism in China’s Xinjiang

The information war now conducted by the US against China centers on Xinjiang. Once again, the US uses longstanding problems—such as the rise of extremism in Central Asia (fueled to some extent by the US since the 1980s)—to create problems for its adversaries

Guangzhou 1927: The Paris Commune of the East

On the 150th anniversary of the beginning of the Paris Commune, its legacy is remembered in the Guangzhou Uprising, when workers and peasants established a popular republic in the southern Chinese capital in 1927.

UN calls for investigation into Tigray war citing rights violations and other stories

Today we take a look the UN’s call for an investigation into Ethiopia’s Tigray region, a campaign to boycott Amazon, the ongoing Covid-19 vaccine development efforts in Cuba, and the declaration of an end of absolute poverty in China

China achieves goal of eradicating absolute poverty

Over the last eight years, China has lifted a total of 98.99 million poor out of poverty.

China declares end of absolute poverty in the country a decade ahead of the UN schedule

Through state-led initiatives it has lifted more than 770 million people out of poverty since 1979, which accounts for more than 70% of total global poverty reduction

The enduring legacy of China’s Red Detachment of Women

On the eve of the Communist Party of China’s centenary in July 2021, the story of the country’s first women’s military brigade in the 1930s continues to find life in popular culture and the imagination of the Chinese people

How China broke the chain of infection

How was China able to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus? We take a look into the multi-pronged strategy taken on by the Chinese government that was successful in saving hundreds and thousands of lives

CoronaShock: Five key questions about China and COVID-19

Since the world first heard about COVID-19 in December 2019, nearly every corner of the planet has been affected by this pandemic. Based on what media around the world is saying, it’s hard to know what is true and what is not.

How the United States government failed to prepare for the global pandemic

Vijay Prashad writes on why the Trump administration has insisted on blaming China for the coronavirus pandemic and how the administration’s slow response is responsible for the tragic situation in the country today

Painting an epidemic: An interview with Li Zhong (李钟)

Tings Chak of the Tricontinental Institute for Social Research speaks to Li Zhong a Chinese painter who produced a series of paintings on the country’s heroic fight against the COVID-19 pandemic

Blaming China for the COVID-19 crisis is deceitful

Vijay Prashad talks about China’s response to the COVID-19 crisis, especially in the light of the accusations that are being leveled against the country

How China broke the chain of infection

As information about coronavirus emerged, the Chinese government and Chinese society began to organize an immense campaign against its spread.

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