Hong Kong Students to Have More Compulsory ‘Red’ Study Trips to Mainland China

A birdseye view of some Hong Kong school students during an excursion.

In April 2023, Hong Kong's Chief Secretary Eric Chan bid farewell to about 200 Hong Kong high school students at the West Kowloon High-Speed Rail Station. This was the first batch to embark on the first-ever mandatory trip to mainland China after these visits were included as part of the new 'revolutionary education.' (Image: Wolfgang Kaiser via Dreamstime)

The Inspirational Story of Kou Zhun’s Mother: A Lesson in Moral Education

Chinese painting of Kou Zhun, an official during the Northern Song Dynasty.

Kou Zhun, a renowned minister during the Northern Song Dynasty, was profoundly shaped by the moral education and guidance bestowed upon him by his devoted mother. (Image: Public Domain via Wikimedia)

Historical Tale From China: Murong Yanchao Outsmarts a Swindler

The tower in Kaiyuan Temple with cherry blossoms.

During the Later Han Dynasty (947-950), Yunzhou's leading commander, Murong Yanchao, was celebrated for his exceptional wit and knack for capturing thieves. (Image: Listen900701 via Dreamstime)

Successful Entrepreneurs in China Lose Everything Overnight on Trumped-Up Charges (Part 2)

A closeup view of jail cell iron bars casting shadows on the prison floor.

Mr. Yang said persecuted entrepreneurs like him are too numerous in his home province and country. The common characteristic of attacks is that they begin with heavy, underhanded threats and intimidation, and evidence is manufactured; this soon escalates into a fictitious crime. (Image: Albund via Dreamtime)

The Power of Emotional Healing in Traditional Chinese Medicine

Double rainbow over a field of yellow flowers with a tree in the background.

Traditional Chinese medicine believes that ailments of the heart require emotional remedies, emphasizing the intricate connection between unresolved thoughts and physical diseases. (Image: Alexander Ozerov via Dreamstime)

Successful Entrepreneurs in China Lose Everything on Trumped-Up Charges (Part 1)

Mr. Yang.

Mr. Yang, one of China's highly successful entrepreneurs now living in exile, recounted how he changed his thinking from being a staunch supporter of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) to resolutely opposing its existence. (Image: via Vision Times)

Wealth and Fate: The Salt Merchant’s Ambitious Son

Vintage open chest, coins on a wooden table, and a bright light from inside the chest.

Wealth may flow abundantly, but it's our fate that truly dictates its lasting impact on our lives. (Image: Elena Sergeeva via Dreamstime)

The Mesmerizing Autumn Spectacle of Cattle Egrets in Taiwan

Autumn migration of cattle egrets in Taiwan.

The amazing annual autumn spectacle of cattle egrets in Chiayi, Taiwan. (Image: Ziya via Tai Xing Guesthouse)

The Taixing Community in Chiayi County’s Meishan Township is an ideal place to view the annual migration of cattle egrets in Taiwan.

Story From Ancient China: Wang Wei Identifies the Melon Thief

Illustration of an ancient Chinese scholar seated beneath a tree.

Wang Wei, a renowned poet of the Tang Dynasty, came up with an ingenious method to identify a melon thief. (Image: Zhang Daqian via artnet)

Cracking Down on Deceptive Drifters: Facebook’s Sweep of Chinese Troll Accounts


If you've been an active user of Facebook recently, you may have noticed some changes to your newsfeed. Facebook's latest sweep has deleted thousands of accounts linked to Chinese troll armies. (Image: via Pixabay)