Who Are China's "Black" Children?

Who Are China's "Black" Children?

Dec 5, 2022

There are millions of illegal children in China. These children are illegal because their parents decided to keep them despite the one- and two-child policies that ended in 2021. These children live without a legal identity, hukou (household registration) or access to basic services that the rest of society enjoys. In this episode of China Uncensored, we look at what happened to these children (often referred to as "black children" in China), China's population trajectory, and what the current family planning policy is.

Something Big Happened in China, and YouTube Censored It

Something Big Happened in China, and YouTube Censored It

Dec 4, 2022

There are big things happening in China right now and YouTube has basically told us not to show it. That's why we're asking you, China Uncensored viewers, to help us spread the word by sharing our videos with your friends and family. When YouTube censors us, we need to show them that this content is too important not to be seen

Jiang Zemin Dies | China’s Protest Crackdown

Jiang Zemin Dies | China’s Protest Crackdown

Dec 3, 2022

Former Chinese leader Jiang Zemin is dead. Protests continue across China, although the police state that Jiang created is working hard to suppress it. In this episode of China Uncensored, we look at how mourning Jiang Zemin could be dicey for Xi Jinping, what the media got wrong about Jiang Zemin, and how Chinese netizens are getting around censorship.

China’s Deadly Lockdowns Spark Nationwide Protests

China’s Deadly Lockdowns Spark Nationwide Protests

Dec 1, 2022

An already unpopular Covid lockdown turned deadly when a building caught fire in the Xinjiang capital of Urumqi. The fire quickly became a rallying cry for protests, which had already started to foment. In this episode of China Uncensored, we look at what protesters are demanding, the scale of the protests, and how authorities are responding.

Chinese Women TIED UP Because of COVID???

Chinese Women TIED UP Because of COVID???

Nov 29, 2022

Two Chinese women in Guangzhou were tied up after violating Covid restrictions and not backing down when authorities caught them. In this episode of China Uncensored, we look at what the girls were cited for, how the event played out on Chinese social media, and why people are now blatantly flouting Covid restrictions.

China’s Hand in Brazil’s Election

China’s Hand in Brazil’s Election

Nov 26, 2022

China played a role in this year's presidential election in Brazil, with all candidates talking tough on China. But if you look at the two frontrunners' track records on China, their actions tell a different story. In this episode of China Uncensored, we look at Lula Da Silva's record on China when he was president, Jair Bolsonaro's track record on China when he was president, and what each has said about Brazil's China problem.

Workers Rebel at iPhone Factory in China

Workers Rebel at iPhone Factory in China

Nov 25, 2022

Workers at an iPhone factory in China rebel over Covid measures and failed promises. China's zero covid policy has become chaos, which is why the government is trying to downplay its anti-covid measures. Former US presidential candidate and Mayor of New York City Michael Bloomberg apologized to China over remarks former UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson made at a Bloomberg forum in Singapore.

How China Is Trying to Take Over Southeast Asia

How China Is Trying to Take Over Southeast Asia

Nov 24, 2022

China and the US are vying for influence in Southeast Asia, and China is trying hard to make itself look the better superpower in the region. Central to those efforts is wooing Indonesia, which China also has a territorial dispute with. In this episode of China Uncensored, we look at Indonesia's special position in the region, what Beijing and Washington are offering ASEAN countries, and why China so badly wants a new free trade agreement in the region.

Countries Launch Investigations into Chinese Police Force

Countries Launch Investigations into Chinese Police Force

Nov 21, 2022

Chinese police stations have been cropping up all over the world, and not with the knowledge or permission of the host country. That's according to a report by the human right organization Safeguard Defenders, which uncovered 53 police stations in 30 countries. In this episode of China Uncensored, we look at which countries have launched investigations, which have not, and which are brushing it off.

China’s Xi Jinping Knows He Screwed Up

China’s Xi Jinping Knows He Screwed Up

Nov 19, 2022

Chinese leader Xi Jinping knows he screwed up. Despite securing a third term in office, his position as the head of the CCP isn't secure, which means this mistake could cost him. In this episode of China Uncensored, we talk about China's zero covid policy, China's real estate.sector and investor sentiment about China.

HUGE Protests Over Zero Covid Lockdown in Guangzhou

HUGE Protests Over Zero Covid Lockdown in Guangzhou

Nov 19, 2022

People in Guangzhou are protesting China's zero covid measures by taking to the streets, destroying Covid infrastructure, and singing from their windows. Xi Jinping issues vague threats to leaders at the G-20 summit in Bali, as well as being caught on mic insulting Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. The director of the FBI, Christopher Wray, told members of Congress that there are multiple ways TikTik could be a national security threat. Watch this episode of China Uncensored for that and more of this week's China news headlines.

Taiwan Pushes Drone Warfare to Counter China

Taiwan Pushes Drone Warfare to Counter China

Nov 17, 2022

China has been building up its drone collection as part of its growing military arsenal, and Taiwan is trying to do the same. Both see drones as an important to modern warfare, and both want drones in the event of a Chinese attack on Taiwan. In this episode of China Uncensored, we look at how Taiwan is trying to build drones to counter China, China's drone technology knockoffs, and why drones are so essential to modern warfare.