By Unbreakable China, Founding COC Member | Posted: October 30, 2017. Revised: January 22, 2018 | God’s Plan For You! | Social Media: 🐦 👍 | PetroChina was introduced to the world on Shanghai’s stock exchange just 10 years ago. Recently, it has begun to drop like a stone on the same exchange – losing a
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As Kim Jung-Un threatens the US with war, did you know these 12 things about North Korea?
Tuidang.org, the official website of the “Quitting Chinese Communist Party” movement, reported last Sunday, September 25, 2016 that the State Council of the People’s Republic of China has drafted a new set of religious restrictions, to be officially enacted in early October. The restrictions aim to suppress all unofficial religious activities, including breaking up Christian house
UPDATE (April 26, 2017): China has officially launched its second aircraft carrier – the first homegrown carrier the People’s Liberation Army-Navy has ever built. This carrier was not even officially announced by Beijing until January 2016, even though we first reported it here on November 2014! Full posting is shown below. UPDATE (January 26, 2017):
On Saturday, April 2, US Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump told a crowd of thousands in Rothschild, Wisconsin that he was optimistic about potential hostilities between North Korea and its neighbors. He said that if conflict between Japan and nuclear-armed North Korea were to break out, “it would be a terrible thing but if they
By Calling Out Community, posted March 16, 2016. For decades, China’s government has tried to limit the size of Beijing, the capital, through draconian residency permits. Now, according to a report in the New York Times, the government has embarked on an ambitious plan to make Beijing the center of a new supercity of 130 million
By Calling Out Community, Posted April 14, 2015. Updated January 6, 2016 Rising amongst scrubby farmland of rural Henan province in East-Central China, a 36.6 meter (120 foot)steel and concrete statue of Mao Tse-Tung (Zedong), the founding father of the People’s Republic of China, looms large over the country’s politics and society, resplendent with a gleaming
by Calling Out Community, Posted September 18, 2015 In a move that has infuriated neighbouring China, the upper house of the Japan’s parliament (the Diet) has approved legislation giving more power to the armed forces. This legislation will allow Japanese troops to fight overseas – something has been banned by the Japanese constitution for nearly 70
North Korea seems to be hell bent on war. Surely they know they can’t win – or do they?