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China has good approach to solve belligerence of abduls. Either fall in line or get the big stick from CCCP. I admire China for that approach.
Chinese are not woke. They will not give into extreme religious demands.

This is Hanikezi in a historically accurate dress found in murals from Xinjiang when it was Buddhist. Many Uighurs, like Hanikezi, understand that their history as Chinese goes far back, before they were muslim. If Wahabbi imans were allowed to hold power then these would be banned for being too revealing.


This is Dunhuang style -- pictures from ancients murals there under Han and Tang Chinese dynasties:

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Chinese people do not like to starve!
Agree. LAst time they went through great chinese feminine. they ended up extincting pigeons or sparrows and developed the super abilities to eat anything including human foetus...


world is paying for Mao's sin till even today as chinese wuhan virus wreck havoc across the world!!!!!!!!!!!!

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A decade after the Communist party took power in 1949, promising to serve the people, the greatest manmade disaster in history stalks an already impoverished land. In an unremarkable city in central Henan province, more than a million people – one in eight – are wiped out by starvation and brutality over three short years. In one area, officials commandeer more grain than the farmers have actually grown. In barely nine months, more than 12,000 people – a third of the inhabitants – die in a single commune; a tenth of its households are wiped out. Thirteen children beg officials for food and are dragged deep into the mountains, where they die from exposure and starvation.
A teenage orphan kills and eats her four-year-old brother. Forty-four of a village's 45 inhabitants die; the last remaining resident, a woman in her 60s, goes insane.
Others are tortured, beaten or buried alive for declaring realistic harvests, refusing to hand over what little food they have, stealing scraps or simply angering officials.
 
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I don't know, Mao left China with 1.4B people -- and there would have been a LOT more without the one-child policy!

So that 45M deaths from famine seems kind of suspect!
 

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Uyghurs are being used as forced laborers across China, not just in Xinjiang. Alim Seytoff, head of the Uyghur Service of Radio Free Asia, said Chinese companies began to build textile and other factories very close to the detention camp compounds built starting in 2017. “There were a number of Chinese companies set up to produce human hair. We did a thorough investigation and realized these hairs came from Uyghur detainees from the camps,” he said. Long hair cut from Uyghur women was sent to “Chinese factories that [are] hiring thousands of people to process and produce the hair, shipped to other parts of China and then they export to the U.S., Europe and other countries,” he said. In 2020, CBP issued “Withhold Release Orders “ to seize shipments of Chinese hair and wig producers. During the pandemic, Uyghurs were trafficked to private companies, making them harder to trace. Setyoff said hundreds or thousands of young Uyghurs were sent from Xinjiang to other parts of China as forced laborers for private Chinese companies. “They were basically advertising, "We have 200 Uyghur women. Any company wants it, we can ship them… And they will just work 10, 12 hours a day,” Seytoff said. Because these companies are dispersed, they are harder to trace, though journalists have been able to find survivors through social media and relatives who have fled. Still, more than 80 brands have been implicated in hiring suppliers who used such labor, Seytoff said. This has created a crisis for global brands that want to rid themselves of Xinjiang cotton and other products made with the taint of forced labor but face a backlash from nationalist Chinese if they do.
 

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The robust demand from China’s affluent population, paired with sluggish spending by mass consumers, offers a window into the country’s worsening wealth gap. China had a record number of billionaires last year, thanks to new company listings and stock market booms. At the same time, the government chose to crop up companies with cash incentives rather than providing relief checks for families. The result was greater financial instability, particularly for poorer families, according to a survey by fintech giant Ant Group and China’s Southwestern University of Economics and Finance.

Traces of discontent about widening inequality have started to appear. On Weibo, a post by the state-owned People’s Daily celebrating economic growth today sparked complaints about the rising price of goods and stagnating salary levels. “The rich are becoming richer, while the poor getting poorer,” said one user in a now-deleted post. “The ‘V-shaped’ line doesn’t carry much meaning for us.”
 

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Its funny how Chinese refere Anericans as wokes. When they are the original followers of woke commie cult of Mao and Lenin. Its only when biggest wokester of history Mao's cultural revolution failed they became a little more moderate.

Under Mao, woke youth brigades in China destroyed their culture and erased history to be more like "west". They even burned alive Buddhist monks, destroyed thousand year old monestries. Destroyed traditional family system in China. Destroyed traditional villages. All in the name of modernism and progress.

Now same CCP slaves are talking about their glorious culture and history. If you look at modern China all of their people wear western clothes and follow western lifestyle. This is because their own culture was robbed away from them by "progressive" "woke" thugs of CCP long time ago.
 

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Chinese musical whitewashes human-rights abuse in Xinjiang | DW News
China's state-sponsored musical "Wings of Songs" defends government policies in Xinjiang province. The film tells the story of a Uighur, a Kazakh and a Han Chinese man who come together to fulfill their musical dream. The movie showcases the life of Uighur Muslims without mentioning human-rights abuses in Xinjiang. More than a million Uighur Muslims have been detained in camps across Xinjiang province. China says they are vocational centers used to combat terrorism. The Chinese government often uses the arts to spread its own version of events.
 

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Tesla’s China Honeymoon is Over | Australia Abandons Belt and Road
Tesla is being targeted by the Chinese Communist Party, potentially ruining Elon Musk's China ambitions. Joe Biden China relations take a new step as the US and China agree on climate cooperation. Australia abandons a Belt and Road deal in the state of Victoria. That and more on this week's China news headlines!
 

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China's Xinjiang Cotton Drama Explained
The Xinjiang cotton drama is exploding all over the internet. Chinese people en masse are boycotting H&M, Nike and tons of other brands, because they refused to use slave labor sourced cotton from Xinjiang. The Chinese government has used it as an opportunity to stoke nationalism against the rest of the world.
 

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China's Xinjiang Cotton Drama Explained
The Xinjiang cotton drama is exploding all over the internet. Chinese people en masse are boycotting H&M, Nike and tons of other brands, because they refused to use slave labor sourced cotton from Xinjiang. The Chinese government has used it as an opportunity to stoke nationalism against the rest of the world.
that is fantastic. The more the Chinese boycott Western brands and refuse to buy Western foods or goods the MORE goods and food for my people in the West.
Only so much to go around. That means less for people in China to consume.
 

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that is fantastic. The more the Chinese boycott Western brands and refuse to buy Western foods or goods the MORE goods and food for my people in the West.
Only so much to go around. That means less for people in China to consume.
I think the whole thing is a Chinese Communist Party (CCP) created facade. The CCP invites international corporations to set up all this manufacturing infrastructure, then eventually steals their IP and pushes them out (as in the case of Tesla above); or as in the latter Western brands case, forces the corporations out and replaces them with their own CCP-funded companies. Of course CCP takes over the manufacturing infrastructure after the international corporations that first built it up cannot stay in China anymore due to a lack of sales.
I am sure CCP will eventually do the same with Apple and other western companies after stealing their IP. All these western corporations are going to learn the hard way that the CCP cannot be trusted.
 
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Why ‘98% of oximeters in Indian market are Made-in-China’ but buyers don’t care


New Delhi: Pulse oximeters, the bite-sized devices that help monitor your oxygen levels, have emerged as key tools in the Covid pandemic by guiding patients on when they need medical attention (a reading of 94-98 is usually considered normal).


In India, Chinese imports dominate the pulse oximeter market, with an estimated 98 per cent coming in from across the border. While the Ladakh stand-off between India and China stoked a sentiment of protest against Chinese goods last year, chemists say they have experienced no such concern with oximeters.

The surge in Covid cases has seen oximeters fly off the shelves, resulting in shortages in several cities, and people are glad to purchase whichever brand comes their way, chemists add.


The price for oximeters in India ranges between Rs 2,000 and 3,000, with the Chinese brands a tad cheaper than the ones manufactured in India. ‘Made in China’ oximeter brands that are available in stores — online and offline — include Unaan, HealthSense, Smart Saver, iSpares, Yobekan, Dr Vaku, ChoiceMMed, HealnHealthy, LANDWIND, T Topline and Lionix, according to industry representatives.


Other brands available in the country include BPL, a prominent Indian name, besides the German Breur and the US’ Dr Trust.






Although a major player in the pharma sector, India is heavily dependent on imports as far as medical devices are concerned.


Individual import figures for oximeters weren’t available on the Union Ministry of Commerce website but government data shows Chinese goods dominate India’s medical equipment purchases from abroad.

In the first 10 months of 2020-21, until January, India imported medical equipment worth $269 million from China. This translates to nearly a quarter of India’s total medical equipment imports for the period.

Industry insiders in the pulse oximeter market cite unavailability of raw materials as the prime issue why their manufacturing has not taken off in India just yet. Importing them is just cheaper, they say.


ThePrint reached the spokesperson of the department of pharmaceuticals by email and WhatsApp for a comment on this report, but there was no response by the time of publishing.
 

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I think the whole thing is a Chinese Communist Party (CCP) created facade. The CCP invites international corporations to set up all this manufacturing infrastructure, then eventually steals their IP and pushes them out (as in the case of Tesla above); or as in the latter Western brands case, forces the corporations out and replaces them with their own CCP-funded companies. Of course CCP takes over the manufacturing infrastructure after the international corporations that first built it up cannot stay in China anymore due to a lack of sales.
I am sure CCP will eventually do the same with Apple and other western companies after stealing their IP. All these western corporations are going to learn the hard way that the CCP cannot be trusted.
Sure, but it is not just the CCP, most nations, states, corporations and people are out to try to do something similar to what you wrote. Isn't the internet wonderful for giving away secrets. Google, some foreigners who live off of the wealth created by of others in the USA saying no more secrets, we'll give away the secrets/works of others but make sure we become very rich doing it. People steal. They steal life. They steal souls. They steal.
 

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Sure, but it is not just the CCP, most nations, states, corporations and people are out to try to do something similar to what you wrote. Isn't the internet wonderful for giving away secrets. Google, some foreigners who live off of the wealth created by of others in the USA saying no more secrets, we'll give away the secrets/works of others but make sure we become very rich doing it. People steal. They steal life. They steal souls. They steal.
No, the difference is that ip theft is CCP-sponsored policy, while other countries' governments (especially democracies) don't have such a centralized state-sponsored ip theft policy. Indian government's state policy is to respect international IP laws and to enforce those laws. You are attempting to dismiss CCP's IP theft actions as okay because everyone is doing it, which is simply not true.
But I believe CCP's IP theft (and kicking out international corporations after using them to build the manufacturing infrastructure and then stealing it) will ultimately backfire, because other countries and corporations are taking note. And If international corporations are still stupid enough to stay in China after seeing other international corporations (Tesla, H and M, etc.) being backstabbed by the CCP, then they will also eventually meet the same fate. The end result is still them moving their business out of China, except at a loss in the latter case.
 

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Tesla’s China Honeymoon is Over | Australia Abandons Belt and Road
Tesla is being targeted by the Chinese Communist Party, potentially ruining Elon Musk's China ambitions. Joe Biden China relations take a new step as the US and China agree on climate cooperation. Australia abandons a Belt and Road deal in the state of Victoria. That and more on this week's China news headlines!

If China can target jack ma then why China can not target Tesla? It is race betwen China and India. I see President Xi as the biggest assets of India. His confronting policies have made businessmen and Industrialist leave China. Japanes are leaving, Americans are leaving. Infact all are leaving. Even Chinese industrialist and Businessman like jack ma are disappeared. So Xin ping is iin fact biggest friends of India like Rahul Gandhi is the biggest friend of BJP. He is making all big business groups and corporates to leave China and their natural choices is India. So whatever happening is happening for the good. It is a Grand Design of divine. In a decade from now , i foresee China as a mediocre power. Their aging population, dictatorial regime, hegemonic design and untrustworthy policies will make it a least sought business location. Parheps people here underestimares the apple and many other companies coming to India. Record FDI surpassing China is testimonyvto what I say.
 

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China's internal travel and tourism industries are breaking records this Labor Day!



 

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