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Pinterest China Warns Banks About Bitcoin By ED KRAYEWSKI The Chinese government has warned banks in the country to avoid Bitcoin, which it says is highly susceptible to being used by criminals and money launderers, and wants transactions registered. The price of a Bitcoin fell after the announcement. Ron Paul, meanwhile, says Bitcoin could become the “destroyer of […]Read More WHAT DOES CHINA SAY ABOUT BITCOIN?
By Geoffrey Grider The reason Chinese officials are burning Bibles (and deleting Bible downloads from the Chinese internet) is that only the government-approved version of the Bible is allowed. In one of the more grotesque abuses of the “Sinicization” program, images of Jesus have been replaced with photos of Xi. In August, Chinese police raided […]Read More Pray for China! Chinese Government Begins ‘Sinicization’ Campaign Of Burning Bibles, Forcing Christians To Sign Papers Renouncing Their Faith
What’s really driving the fight against corruption? By Yang Hengjun Chinese politics over the past two years can be summarized in two words: anti-corruption. It is said that 100,000 corrupt officials have already been caught, and public has been dizzied by the rapid tempo at which “big tigers” are falling. Right now, it’s common to […]Read More Does China Have a Roadmap to Eliminate Corruption?