Chinese State’s Reply to UN Organ Harvesting Concerns Slammed

Surgeons performing organ harvesting.

Yuan emphasized that live organ harvesting is illegal in any country but legal in the mainland. People who receive organ transplants can also reserve their organs in advance so that the Chinese Communist Party can find suitable donors quickly.  (Image: via Pixabay)

UN Weighs in on Forced Organ Harvesting in China

A team od doctors performing transplant surgery.

Since the year 2000, the organ transplantation system in the People’s Republic of China (PRC) has rapidly expanded. (Image: Piron Guillaume via Unsplash)

39 Countries Criticize China for Its Human Rights Violations

Christoph Heusgen.

German Ambassador Christoph Heusgen spoke for the 39 countries, criticizing China at the United Nations. (Image: Screenshot via YouTube)

China’s Appointment to UN Human Rights Council Panel Is Astonishing

The UN logo.

The UN has appointed China as a member of a panel tasked with selecting investigators to report on human rights violations. (Image: Screenshot via YouTube)

President Trump: No More Funding for WHO

Trump standing at a podium.

Just 23 percent of Australians favor Trump for reelection. (Image: The White House via Flickr)

The UN and WHO’s Dismal Handling of the CCP Coronavirus

The UN building.

The UN has failed the public during the CCP coronavirus outbreak. (Image: via Wikimedia Commons)

China Puts Forth Candidate to Lead Intellectual Property Protection Agency

Intellectual property.

China nominated a candidate to head the United Nations’ World Intellectual Property Organization despite being one of the world’s worst offenders when it comes to IP theft. (Image: Screenshot via YouTube)

Taiwan’s Efforts to Become Part of a More Inclusive United Nations

The United Nations emblem.

A truly inclusive UN would not leave anyone behind. (Image: via Needpix)

Taiwan Renews Its Request to Join Civil Aviation Organization

The united nations General Assembly.

Taiwan has again officially asked to join the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) so that it can participate in the world aviation body’s 40th assembly-session that opens on September 24. (Image: Patrick Gruban via Flickr)

UN Visit to Xinjiang May Have Legitimized China’s Persecution of Uyghurs