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The University of Texas at Austin is the flagship of America’s wealthiest public university system. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

UT Declines Funding from Chinese Communist Party-Linked Group

The University of Texas at Austin declined a financial donation from a Hong Kong-based foundation because of the group’s reported links to the Chinese Communist Party. College officials also voiced concerns the intention behind the monetary offering was to influence activities and academia at the flagship campus.

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Top Chinese General Facing Military Prosecution for Bribery

China’s state news agency Xinhua confirmed on Tuesday that senior general Fang Fenghui will face charges of bribery before a military tribunal. Fang disappeared from the public eye in September 2017, right before the Communist Party’s national congress.

Breitbart News Executive Chairman Steve Bannon addresses Japan CPAC on Sunday, December 17, 2017.

Chinese Communists Lash Out at Steve Bannon: ‘He Is a Fanatical Populist Against Globalization’

Chinese Communist Party newspaper Global Times is not a fan of Breitbart News Executive Chairman Steve Bannon’s address to Japan CPAC on Sunday. In an editorial published Monday evening, the Chinese paper castigated Bannon as a “fanatical populist against globalization,” whose “siren call to constrain China is poisoning U.S. society’s understanding of relations” with the communist nation.

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China Jails Underground Church Leader for ‘Subversion’

As part of a major crackdown on Christian churches and human rights groups, Chinese authorities have jailed prominent Christian church leader Hu Shigen, sentencing him to seven and a half years in prison. According to Chinese state media, Hu pleaded

‘The Red Dragon Ain’t No Evil’: Communist Rap Touts the ‘Real’ China

‘The Red Dragon Ain’t No Evil’: Communist Rap Touts the ‘Real’ China

A Chinese rap group has released a song alleging to show the world the “real” China, claiming that its businessmen and “vaccination issue” are the nation’s biggest problems, while praising the Communist Party’s crushing gun control measures and asserting that all Chinese and Taiwanese reject the idea of Taiwanese sovereignty.

CHINA, HOTAN : This photo taken on April 16, 2015 shows Uighur men praying in a mosque in Hotan, in China's western Xinjiang region. Chinese authorities have restricted expressions of religion in Xinjiang in recent years such as wearing veils, fasting during Ramadan and young men growing beards, sparking widespread …

China Pushes ‘Ethnic Unity’ in Restless Uighur Capital

China’s Communist government is attempting to pacify the restless Xinjiang region, home of the largely Muslim Uighur minority, with a “year of ethnic unity progress,” while also expressing outrage that a Uighur leader received a human-rights award in Washington this week.

A visitor rests beside a picture featuring late Chinese premier Zhou Enlai delivering a speech during a photo exhibition on the life of Zhou to mark the 110-year-anniversary of his birthday, on March 5, 2008 in Wuhan fo Hubei Province, China. Zhou Enlai, born in Huaian of Jiangsu Province on …

Biography Says Communist China’s First Premier, Zhou Enlai, Was Gay

Tsoi Wing-mui, author of The Secret Emotional Life of Zhou Enlai, argues that despite his many years of marriage, Zhou had an enduring romantic relationship with Li Fujing. “Zhou Enlai was a gay politician who had the misfortune of being born 100 years early,” Tsoi writes in her book.

This photo taken on December 30, 2014 shows high-speed trains on the railway in Hangzhou, in eastern China's Zhejiang province. The merger of China's top two train makers will create a 'world-leading' rail supplier to compete with foreign players, they said, as enthusiastic investors sent their share prices surging on …

Chinese to Build Bullet Train From L.A. to Las Vegas

Even the most energetic free-trade enthusiast can find a few things to be queasy about in Bloomberg Businessweek’s announcement of a major joint venture to build a Chinese bullet train connecting Los Angeles with Las Vegas.