The Continued Deception: Unmasking The True Face Of The CCP

This advice, reminiscent of the days of Soviet Russia, raises concerns about the naivety and sympathy displayed by certain foreign intellectuals, diplomats, and media figures.
By The Singapore Post Feb. 17, 2024

Visual artist Muswe revels in Chinese experience

Muswe was part of a team of 84 artists drawn from 83 countries.
By Tendai Sauta Feb. 12, 2024

Workers bemoan poor working conditions at Chinese lithium mines

According to the Zimbabwe Investment and Development Agency, China had US$2,79 billion worth of investment licences issued as of the third quarter of last year.
By Tatira Zwinoira Feb. 9, 2024

President Xi in a fix as protests sweep across China

China’s youth unemployment rate as high as nearly 20%.
By Asian Lite Jan. 31, 2024

Maldives must vary of Chinese friendship: Lessons from South Asia’s experiences

It is however not only Sri Lanka that paid the price for friendlier relations with Beijing, but the story remained consistent with other countries in the region as well.
By Jan. 25, 2024

At home with dancer Darlington ‘Matoki’ Chabata

My name is Darlington Chabata, but others know me as Matoki or Michael Jackson.
By Sharon Zebra Jan. 22, 2024

China boosts Zim’s fight against drug abuse

Home Affairs minister Kazembe Kazembe echoed similar sentiments after receiving the equipment
By Brent Shamu Jan. 19, 2024

CCP’s treacherous internal political situation

They view the eventual demise of the CCP as an inevitable historical outcome.
By Newsday Jan. 16, 2024

China threatens more trade sanctions on Taiwan as election nears

That came after China said it had determined Taiwan had put up trade barriers in contravention of both World Trade Organization (WTO) rules and the 2010 trade deal.
By The Print Dec. 31, 2023