China: One in four women have suffered domestic violence – real situation can be even worse

China: One in four women have suffered domestic violence – real situation can be even worse

The anti-domestic violence law is more of a tool for the CCP dictatorship to improve its own image and at the same time promote ‘family values’ and ‘social stability’

China: Biggest crisis since Xi Jinping came to power

This picture taken with a mobile phone on April 3, 2014 shows protesters rallying against a plant producing paraxylene (PX) in front of the government headquarters in Maoming, south China's Guangdong province. Chinese police have detained 18 people over large rallies opposing a chemical plant in Maoming, state-run media reported on April 4, as locals said the protests had entered a fifth day. CHINA OUT   AFP PHOTO        (Photo credit should read STR/AFP via Getty Images)

China perspectives 2020 The following document was approved unanimously by the 4th congress of the CWI China/Hong Kong/Taiwan section held in December 2019.

China: A significant retreat in Maoming

China: A significant retreat in Maoming

Mass protests against crematorium force government to back down in fear of a new Hong Kong

US Congress passes Hong Kong Democracy Act

US Congress passes Hong Kong Democracy Act

Apart from enraging Beijing what difference will the new law make?

Hong Kong: Crushing defeat for pro-government camp in district elections

Hong Kong: Crushing defeat for pro-government camp in district elections

Mass struggle must maximize the effect of these historic election results – make workers’ struggle the core and turn to mainland masses