Communist Youth League of China marks centenary year / by Zhang Yi

Medical workers from Wuhan, Hubei province, pose for a group photo at the makeshift hospital in the Shanghai New International Expo Center on Wednesday. The medics, mostly young people, were sent to Shanghai to help in the battle against its latest COVID-19 outbreak. ZHU XINGXIN/CHINA DAILY Cradle of young progressives still serves to inspire today’s generationContinue reading “Communist Youth League of China marks centenary year / by Zhang Yi”

Transgender rights: China advances while US backslides / by Serena Sojic-Borne

This year, transgender star and People’s Liberation Army veteran Jin Xing announced the re-launch of her talk show. It aired in 2015-2017 as the most-watched show in China. With 100 million viewers, Jin was the world’s most popular trans celebrity. Her rise to fame foretells the Chinese people’s rise against transphobia. But in the US,Continue reading “Transgender rights: China advances while US backslides / by Serena Sojic-Borne”

The U.S. is preparing war with China and Russia at the same time / by Deborah Veneziale

This was originally written for a Chinese audience and adapted and published in Guancha. —Eds. ussian President Vladimir Putin’s recognition of the Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics on 21 February means that tensions in Eastern Ukraine are likely to continue to rise, which is exactly what U.S. foreign policy wants to promote. Three days ago, Foreign Policy publishedContinue reading “The U.S. is preparing war with China and Russia at the same time / by Deborah Veneziale”

Xi: Pursuit of human rights remains priority / by Cao Desheng

President notes huge strides, says Party has safeguarded social equity, justice Xi Jinping, general secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, has emphasized unswerving adherence to China’s path of human rights development, saying that whether human rights are upheld in a country cannot be judged by the criteria of others. While presiding overContinue reading “Xi: Pursuit of human rights remains priority / by Cao Desheng”

Russia and China issue joint call for an end to NATO expansion / by Johm Wojcik

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping meet for talks in Beijing, Feb. 4, 2022. Putin on Friday arrived in Beijing for the opening of the Winter Olympic Games and talks with his Chinese counterpart. The two leaders issued a joint statement calling for an end to NATO expansion. | Alexei Druzhinin /Continue reading “Russia and China issue joint call for an end to NATO expansion / by Johm Wojcik”

Manufacturing the myth of a China threat / by William Briggs

A lie, well told, is often easy to believe. The fiction that China somehow presents a threat to our lives and lifestyles proves the point. Cold War rhetoric is accepted as truth, even when there is no ideological battlefield. The Cold War between the United States and the Soviet Union was supposedly about ideas. ItContinue reading “Manufacturing the myth of a China threat / by William Briggs”

China develops its first hydrogen hybrid locomotive / by Zheng Xin

The first China-developed hydrogen fuel cell hybrid locomotive in north China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Photo:Xinhua China has recently localized the manufacture of a locomotive fueled by hydrogen, with the first China-developed hybrid locomotive starting a trial run on Friday on a railway line for coal transport in North China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region. TheContinue reading “China develops its first hydrogen hybrid locomotive / by Zheng Xin”

China Walks The Walk On Climate / ‘By Any Means Necessary’ (Radio Show)

In this segment of By Any Means Necessary, Sean and Jacquie are joined by Carlos Martinez, author and activist, co-founder of No Cold War, and co-editor of Friends of Socialist China to discuss the misleading attacks on China over climate, the reality behind China’s carbon emissions and its climate change mitigation efforts, how the ChineseContinue reading “China Walks The Walk On Climate / ‘By Any Means Necessary’ (Radio Show)”

China’s first clinic for transgender children and adolescents set up in Shanghai / by Global Times

China’s famous transgender female artist Jin Xing Photo: VCG China’s first multidisciplinary clinic for transgender children and adolescents was set up at the Children’s Hospital of Fudan University in Shanghai recently to safely and healthily manage transgender minors’ transition.  Experts expect that the clinic, integrated with psychology, endocrine and genetic metabolic, urology departments among otherContinue reading “China’s first clinic for transgender children and adolescents set up in Shanghai / by Global Times”

We need to talk more about China’s socialist democracy / by Roland Boer

The National People’s Congress of the People’s Republic of China We need to talk more – much more – about China’s socialist democratic system. Why? There are many reasons, but the main reason is that we should not let the criticisms of China from the small number of “Western” countries set the agenda. So letContinue reading “We need to talk more about China’s socialist democracy / by Roland Boer”