Image: http://2.bp.blogspot.com Let’s put it out there from the get go, non weird science can be amazing too, right? Perhaps it’s greatest strength is the core principal of asking questions, and not just any old inquiry but carefully selected and following empirical protocols. The results are then subject to peer review and eventually, if not […]Read More Traditional Tibetan Medicine Is Not The Cause Of Mercury Contamination In Occupied Tibet
Image: archivenet We wish to applaud the University of Groningen for its January 29 announcement to cancel plans to open up a campus in China Although their statement is unclear on reason for this decision, the issue of Chinese government control and manipulation within academic institutions is a matter of increasing concern. Such a factor […]Read More Dutch University Takes A Stand Against Corrosive Chinese Government Interference
Always ready to exloit the opportunity to promote its propaganda message the Chinese regime of dictator Xi Jinping has muscled into gaming, with the object of warping the thoughts of gamers. Oops! Did we suggest a distortion? OK! For the sake of balanced reportage, let’s modify that to ‘encouraging a sense of patriotism and loyalty […]Read More China’s Regime Moves Into Gaming To Push Ideology Of Dictator Xi Jinping
Image: archivenet In 1942 Adolph Hitler agreed to the establishment, proposed by a Dr. Augustin Stein, of a Jewish museum in Prague, which would hold all the objects that the Germans were confiscating from the synagogues in then Bohemia and Moravia. Some reports claim that the Nazi dictator suggested it be called ‘The Museum Of […]Read More China To Expand Its Tibet Propaganda Museum
Image: hanbannews We’re just gonna call this one right out. Certain departments within Columbia University are riddled with supposedly objective academics, who in truth are actively promoting a bias which has its origins in the propaganda laboratories of China’s regime. Especially when it comes to the subject of Tibet. Yet despite the academic posturing and […]Read More Columbia University: A Willing Accomplice In China’s Lies On Tibet
How much trust and credibility can we invest in reports arising from collaborations between western academic institutions and Chinese universities, especially if the subject under examination is an issue of immense political sensitivity to China’s regime? Contemplating that question it’s important to remind yourself that under the totalitarian control of the Communist Party of China […]Read More China’s Missing Girls-Media Peddling A Slanted Academic Report?
Image:earchitect As newspapers go the New York Times (NYT) is right up there. A major media voice, respected across the industry and a trusted news source. Unless that is its reportage concerns Tibet, for then its strident and independent journalism gives way to an uneasy accommodation. Critical and objective reporting is replaced by credulity. Readers […]Read More High In Tibet The New York Times Promotes China’s Lie That Buddhism Is Flourishing