Probe International’s Patricia Adams joins The Andrew Lawton Show to discuss the China election interference story that keeps on growing.
Hutong, DJ bar, youth, and unexpected politics: the detained “Blank Paper” protesters of Beijing
An intimate look at the youth detained for their first public moment in the face of systematic suppression.
The “river dragon” came from the Sanmenxia Dam and the consequences were deadly
As people enjoyed themselves along the banks of the Yellow River to celebrate the first day of the Lunar New Year, a sudden release of water from the Sanmenxia Hydropower Station sent […]
TIMELINE: What Prime Minister Trudeau knew and when about Chinese Communist Party interference in Canada’s 2019 general election
Abundant evidence attests to widespread infiltration by China’s Communist Party (CCP) into the Canadian parliament and Canadian institutions, including Privy Council Office documents that are now a matter of public record.
Trudeau is the beneficiary of China’s election interference
Unlike other countries, Canada keeps stalling in countering communist China’s ability to determine parliamentary outcomes.
2022: Remember the light the young have shown us
“Even though you, having committed no crime, are detained, interrogated, and imprisoned, your stories, your youthful figures in the street at night, your swaying arms and flowers, and blank papers of protest, […]
After Canada was bought and paid for, President Xi is understandably piqued at Trudeau’s performance
Canada is said to be more exposed than other Western democracies to China’s interference, but Prime Minister Justin Trudeau either deflects or stonewalls on concrete actions. Why?
Dams cause earthquakes, earthquakes cause other earthquakes
A new study focused on the 6.8 M Luding earthquake in China’s Sichuan-Yunnan seismic zone, shows how dams make areas susceptible to earthquakes directly (through RIS) and indirectly by altering geological structures, […]
Why is the salty tide at the mouth of the Yangtze River related to the high dams and large reservoirs in the Upper Yangtze River?
The Yangtze estuary’s saline tide has changed significantly since the impoundment of the Three Gorges Reservoir.
Three Gorges migrants through the lens of Li Feng
The creation of China’s Three Gorges Dam buried the past and overturned the lives of millions. Tracking these changes across the years: one of the country’s greatest photographers.
After eight years in prison, lawyer Xia Lin approaches his release
Chinese human rights lawyer, Xia Lin, was arrested one year prior to Xi Jinping’s “709 Crackdown” on lawyers and human rights activists in 2015. What has Xia Lin’s time in prison looked […]
Flee from floods
Why did the Chinese government choose not to reveal the real total capacity of the Three Gorges Dam reservoir – perhaps the most critical technical specification of the entire project?
Peach blossoms on the back, hometown underwater
A photographer captures 30 decades of life in upheaval for Three Gorges migrants and one moment, in particular, that stirred an entire nation.
The West mimics Mao
Takes a Green Leap Forward.
A human rights lawyer pays the painful price of standing up to Xi’s China
Once a high-flying corporate attorney, Ding Jiaxi awoke to a far more perilous vocation: human rights law in China.