UN Strikes Down US Fabrications of ‘Xinjiang’ Human Rights Abuses! (7.10.2022)

“Turning a blind eye to these facts and truth, the United States and some other countries had fabricated and spread numerous lies and rumors, in an attempt to smear China, undermine Xinjiang’s stability and contain China’s development,” he said. “It is a typical example of political manipulation and the gravest violation of the human rights of all ethnic groups in Xinjiang.”

Chen further stressed that so far, all country-specific resolutions of the Human Rights Council are aimed at developing countries, and the United States and some other countries, in disregard of their own serious human rights violations, are indulged in pointing fingers at others.

“This is typical double-standards. The international community must not allow any attempt to politicize or instrumentalize human rights issues, with a view to preventing multilateral human rights bodies from serving the political goals of certain countries,” the Chinese ambassador said.

Han & Xin Dynasty – 2,000-year-Old Bronze Coins Unearthed in China’s Xi’an! (5.10.2022)

Zhang said the mint was a national-level one. Xi’an used to be the capital of the Western Han Dynasty when the city was called Chang’an.

In December 2015, archaeologists from the CASS Institute of Archaeology and Xi’an’s institute of cultural relics protection and archaeology jointly launched the excavation work of the site.

The latest round of excavation started in March 2021.

The discoveries are of great significance to the study of coinage technology and the changes in monetary and economic policies of that time, said Zhang.

Uganda’s Wakaliwood: Talented Local Man Films Low-Budget Shaolin-Inspired Martial Arts Films! 

In addition, the power supply in the slums is unstable. There is only about 3 days of electricity a week. Whether it is shooting or editing, it needs to be carefully planned. The power of the dream, however, helps the actors to persevere. After finishing each film – it is engraved onto DVD discs, each priced at 45 cents (about 3 yuan), and then people go door-to-door in costumes used in the film. Usually, a movie will earn about 300 yuan. Even though the road seems difficult and endless, the actors never gave up and maintain a high degree of enthusiasm for filming. Over the past few years, through the efforts of Isaac and his companions, more than 40 films have been completed such as ‘Who Killed Captain Alex’ and ‘The Return of Uncle Benon’! These films, which combine Ugandan culture with Chinese culture, (as well as elements such as gunfights and gongfu), have received a lot of likes and attention on YouTube, and are referred to as ‘people who really love movies’. ‘Who Killed Captain Alex’ even attracted an American fan – Alan Hoffmanis! He gathered his things together and travelled to Uganda to offer his expertise in the filming and editing process!

The Hypocrisy of the United States On Socialist China’s 73rd Birthday! (2.10.2022)

The ‘White’ US government (which includes Kamala Harris) has encouraged the African-American community to assist White racism by continuously attacking people of apparent ‘Chinese’ descent! So-called ‘Black’ Christians sit back and allow this evil to happen just to preserve their little bit of the capitalist pie! Since 1945 the US Military has killed 20-30 million people around the globe in pursuit of its socio-economic policies! Within the US, tens of thousands die each year whilst gun violence and poverty stalk the land! Yes – American capitalism has existed since 1776 – and all it has accomplished is genocide, racism and mass impoverishment! America may congratulate China upon the success of its Socialist ‘Revolution’ – whilst the US supports rampant ‘Neo-Nazism’ throughout Eastern Europe – and particularly the Ukraine! Long Live Socialism! Long Live the People’s Revolution! Long Live Marxist-Leninist-Maoism!

Socialist Countries DPRK, Laos, Cuba and Vietnam – Congratulate China on 73rd Anniversary of People’s Republic Founding! (2.10.2022)

BEIJING, Oct. 1 (Xinhua) — Leaders of many countries and international organizations have recently telephoned or sent letters to Xi Jinping, General Secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee and President of the People’s Republic of China (PRC), to warmly congratulate on the 73rd anniversary of the founding of the PRC and wish the upcoming 20th National Congress of the CPC a full success.

Kim Jong Un – General Secretary of the Workers’ Party of Korea (WPK) and Chairman of the State Affairs Commission of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) – on behalf of the WPK, the government of the DPRK and the people of the DPRK, extended warm congratulations to Comrade General Secretary Xi Jinping, the CPC, the government of the PRC and the brotherly Chinese people.

Kim said that under the leadership of the CPC with the Comrade General Secretary at its core, the Chinese government and people have built a moderately prosperous society in all respects and embarked on a new historical journey of building a modern socialist country in all respects.

(W.E. Talk) China Mirrors America’s Decline! (30.9.2022)

(ECNS)– The world now is in the toil of profound changes unseen in a century combined with a once-in-a-century pandemic. Grey rhinos and black swans have emerged one after another, flooding the world with uncertainties. Looking into the future, people have expectations and confusion.

However, when the world is itching for cooperation and solidarity, some Western countries put their own interest first by resorting to unilateral sanctions and long-arm jurisdiction, advocating decoupling and chain-breaking, thus building high walls around their small bloc.

Is globalization, which improved the lives of billions worldwide, really coming to an end? What is the prospect of Sino-U.S. relations which is key to the world situation? In the latest W.E. Talk, Gal Luft, co-director of the Institute for the Analysis of Global Security (IAGS) and also senior adviser for the U.S. Energy Security Council was invited to talk with Di Dongsheng, Professor and deputy dean of the School of International Studies of Renmin University of China and Ding Yifan, former deputy director and senior fellow at the Development Research Center of the State Council.

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