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China bans footballers from getting tattoos to set ‘good example for society’, mandates ‘ideological and political education’ activities

China has now banned their national team football players from getting new tattoos and cover up if they have any existing tattoos

China pledges 31 million USD aid for Taliban-ruled Afghanistan, Taliban had called China its ‘most important partner’

In the first batch of aid, China will be sending across 3 million vaccine doses and has also pledged to provide more medical supplies.

China using media, academia, industries and politicians in India for its propaganda, reveals a report by Delhi based think tank

Law and Society Alliance released a study report titled “Mapping Chinese Footprints and Influence Operations in India” on 3rd September

China to ban karaoke songs containing ‘illegal content’, to create a blacklist of songs that endanger national unity

China will create a blacklist of karaoke songs containing "illegal content", content providers asked to scrutinise songs for banned content

Jackie Chan expresses desire to join China’s Communist Party, gets ‘rejected’ by Chinese people on social media

The 67-year-old actor is also a member of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, a legislative advisory body in Beijing that is largely made up of members of the Communist Party.

China threatens to nuke Japan non-stop if it tries to defend Taiwan, says it is making an ‘exception’ in the no first use policy...

China says that if Japan intervenes when it decides to ‘liberate’ Taiwan, it will launch a full-fledged war against Japan starting with nuclear bombs

Anonymous blogger ‘Program Think’, known for exposing the corruption of CCP members, goes missing in China: Here is what we know so far

As per Twitter account @GFWfrog, blogger 'Program-Think' was detained in May and undergoing 'brutal interrogation' in China

US media outlets like Washington Post, NYT, Wall Street Journal etc have been receiving millions of dollars from China: Report

China has spent a total of $11,002,628 on advertising in US newspapers, and another $265,822 on advertising with Twitter, as per reports.

“Global decisions no longer dictated by small group of countries”: China hits back at the G7 summit

As G7 leaders discuss ways to counter China, the Chinese govt hits back at the group saying they can't make global decisions

Hungary: Chinese university faces opposition, Budapest mayor announces renaming of streets after Dalai Lama and Uyghur

The Hungarian government has taken a loan worth $1.5 billion from a Chinese bank for the project.

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