Chinese Reporter Demands ‘Iron Fist’ Against ‘Arrogant Countries’ Challenging China.

In response to Lithuania exchanging diplomatic offices with Taiwan, Chinese television host Tian Liu called for the Chinese Communist Party to confront the European country with an “iron fist.” Liu also urged the application of the mindset “why not kill the chicken to frighten the monkey” to Lithuania in a video posted to Chinese social media platform Weibo on September 2nd. The reporter also pledges that “any country that challenges our country’s red lines must pay a price.” “How dare such a small country challenge our great nation,” she asks before reiterating, “let’s teach them a lesson.” “Since Lithuania is

‘By Whatever Means Possible’: Chinese Communist Takeover of Taiwan Imminent, Asserts Regime Flack.

A top advisor to several Chinese Communist Party-affiliated think tanks as well as the New York-based Asia Society gave a “stern warning” to those opposing a Chinese Communist Party takeover of Taiwan. He suggested the regime will pursue the policy by “whatever means possible.” Speaking with LBC presenter Matt Frei, Victor Gao declared: “nothing in the world can stand in the way of the unification of China,” adding the goal would be accomplished through “preferably peaceful means, but if not, peaceful means whatever means possible.” “Unification of China is a must,” he adds. ‘This is a stern warning to whoever

John Cena Begs For CCP Forgiveness After Describing Taiwan As A ‘Country’.

WWE superstar John Cena apologized profusely to Chinese fans after labeling Taiwan a “country” in a promotional interview for the movie Fast & Furious 9. During an interview on Taiwanese broadcasting network TVBS to hype the movie, Cena referred to Taiwan as “the first country to watch the film.” He posted a video apology on the platform Sina Weibo apologizing for the remarks: “Hi China, I’m John Cena. I’m in the middle of Fast and Furious 9 promotions. I’m doing a lot of interviews. I made a mistake in one of my interviews. Everyone was asking me if I could

CCP Journo Who Lied to Trump Faces Up To $16,000 Fine

The Chinese Communist Party-employed journalist who lied about where he was from during a press conference with President Trump could now face $16,000 in fines. The National Pulse exposed Ching-Yi Chang on April 9th, after he told President Trump he was from Taiwan. In truth, he works for Dragon Television, owned in turn by Shanghai Media Group, one of the largest state-owned media groups in China. Now, according to Taiwan’s Liberty Times, Ching-Yi could be facing punitive action from Taiwan. Journalist William Yang reports: “So last week, a Taiwanese journalist working for #China‘s state-run Dragon Television in the US told @realDonaldTrump that