Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act

Chinese Slavery-Linked Temu Drops Millions on Super Bowl Ads

The Chinese discount shopping application Temu aired three commercials during Sunday’s Super Bowl, encouraging Americans to “shop like a billionaire” at its website and disregard significant evidence that Temu profits from the Chinese Communist Party’s enslavement of tens of thousands of Uyghurs and other members of Turkic ethnic groups in East Turkistan.

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Hayward: China, World’s Worst Polluter, Condemns U.S. and Europe for Coal Plants

China’s state-run Global Times on Friday harangued America and Europe for using coal power to make up for electricity shortfalls – even though China is building coal plants with wild abandon, digging up and importing mountains of coal to fuel them, and making it very clear that China’s industrial goals will not be compromised in any way to satisfy climate activists.

In this Nov. 28, 2019, file photo, smoke and steam rise from a coal processing plant in He

Chinese Solar Power Mogul Doubles Wealth Despite U.S. Forced Labor Sanctions

Chinese solar power company Hoshine Silicon Industry was targeted by U.S. sanctions in June 2021 for allegedly using forced labor to create its products. A little over a year later, Hoshine stock is up 111 percent, the personal fortune of founder Luo Liguo has doubled, and the Luo family is spending a billion dollars to expand the company’s presence in Xinjiang province, home of the enslaved Uyghur Muslims.

climate - ZHANGYE, CHINA - JUNE 16 2022: Workers install solar panels at the construction

China Admits Campaign Against Uyghur Slave Cotton Is Working

China’s state-run Global Times on Tuesday railed at length against the alleged “unilateralism, protectionism, and bullying” of America’s Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (UFLPA) – but also admitted the law is working as intended, even before it officially went into effect on Tuesday.

This photo taken on October 14, 2018 shows farmers picking cotton in a field in Hami in Ch