BREAKING: Documents Reveal US State Department Officials Knew COVID Leaked From a Wuhan Lab and CCP Covered It Up Back in July 2020 – Then They Lied to the American Public for Years!

by Jim Hoft at The Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic released shocking statements and documents on Tuesday night that reveal that the U.S. State Department knew COVID leaked from a Wuhan Biolab and the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) covered it up. The documents reveal that the State Department knew this since July 2020. The highly […]

China does not want ‘new cold war’ with the US, but Donald Trump’s return may intensify ‘tit-for-tat strategy’: analyst

by Kawala Xie at China and the US are unlikely to engage in an ideological or proxy war, but their geopolitical rivalry may intensify if Donald Trump returns to the White House, a noted Chinese analyst has said. Yan Xuetong, dean of the Institute of International Relations at China’s premier Tsinghua University, said Beijing wants to […]

US support for Taiwan spot at World Health Authority ‘violates’ one-China principle: Beijing

by Hayley Wong at Beijing has slammed Washington’s support for Taipei to take part in the World Health Organization’s highest-level annual meeting, opposing the island’s observer status for the eighth time since Taiwan’s outgoing President Tsai Ing-wen took office. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken – who visited China last week – issued a statement on Wednesday to “strongly […]

Antony Blinken Angers Rwandan Genocide Victims, ‘Retraumatized Many Survivors’

by FRANCES MARTEL at An organization representing the ethnic Tutsi survivors of the 1994 Rwandan genocide against Tutsi people issued a statement condemning Secretary of State Antony Blinken, Rwanda’s New Times reported on Monday, for claiming the atrocities were committed against a variety of populations. The outrage stems from a post that Blinken published on X on April […]

China’s Li Qiang to attend World Economic Forum in Davos as Beijing pushes for economic recovery

by Laura Zhou at Chinese Premier Li Qiang will join world leaders at the World Economic Forum in Davos next week and visit Switzerland and Ireland as Beijing seeks to highlight its openness amid concerns over its slow economic recovery. Li is expected to lead a large business and government delegation to the Swiss resort, where he will address […]