• TwoTigers24, New York
  • September 25, 2022

What Capitalism Means in China

Is China capitalist? The answer to that may be obvious to some. In recent years, we’ve seen a change in the level of control that the government has over the economy …

 The Olympics Is Xi’s Coronation Ceremony

The Olympics is not only a coup for the Chinese Communist Party in terms of showing its influence on the international stage, but has practically become the coronation ceremony for Chinese …

Will China Protect Foreign Investors?

Will China protect foreign investors in the event of a market or company crash? Many foreign investors think so, but as we watch real-estate conglomerate Evergrande in freefall, it’s not looking …

What US Companies Give Up to Get Into China

Going into China isn’t like going into most other countries. When US companies want to set up shop in China, there’s a lot they have to give up to do so. …

Why China Wants to Control the Seas

Whether it’s building fake islands in the South China Sea, building ports in other countries through its One Belt, One Road (BRI), or expanding its navy, China wants to control the …

China’s End Game for Digital Currency

After banning bitcoin mining within its borders, China has been working on developing its own digital currency, the digital yuan. In this episode of China Unscripted, we talk about the endgame …

The big event after the Beijing Olympics 2022

China will never spell out a timeline for when it could attack Taiwan unless it does so to serve its own purposes. And by getting a senior adviser to Beijing to …

China No Longer “The World’s Factory”

In the last few years, the global supply chain has been hit hard by not only the recent pandemic but also by the trade wars between the US and China. With …

China’s Ticking Time Bomb of Debt

China’s a ticking time bomb of debt and if it doesn’t deal with it responsibly, it could soon explode. In this episode of China Uncensored, we look at Xi Jinping’s push …

The Consequences of China’s Slowdown

China’s Economy Is Slowing Which Could Have Big Consequences for the World. Economic output grew 4 percent in the last quarter, a slowdown from the previous quarter. Growth faltered as home …

CCP at the cusp of a mutiny after Jinping’s purges

627,000 officials got purged according to data released by the Communist Party Central Commission for Discipline Inspection and the National Supervisory Commission. This comes as reports emerged of the People’s Liberation …

China Fights Olympic Backlash With TikTok Propaganda

China is fighting backlash over the 2022 Beijing winter Olympics with a ream of propaganda. It’s employing western social media influencers, radio stations and a US-based marketing company. Watch this episode …

The Chinese S-Class that looks like a Rolls-Royce and Drives like a…

Since it debuted late last year, the H9 has been the topic of fervent internet debate. Some thought it was a blatant copy of a Rolls-Royce, others thought it was blatant …

Thousands of starving and poor Chinese are now fleeing China for Southeast Asia

Since China closed its border to combat COVID-19 in early 2020, thousands of people continued to cross illegally in 2021 for opportunities on the other side. Even after being fully aware …

Cannibal Capitalism: How China Eats Its Own

There was a brief time during which China’s economy came out of the doldrums and its growth was the envy of the world. That all changed, however, with the arrival of …

Could China Invade Taiwan in 2022?

Could China Invade Taiwan in 2022? Or 2024? Or 2027? In this episode of China Uncensored, we look at the timeline for invasion, why China might do it earlier or later, …

Top Chinese economist says Chinese kids born after 2000 are basically a piece of sh*t

The one-child policy has given rise to wimps, sissies and little emperors in China. Single children have been brought up as pampered “little emperors” by parents and grandparents. They are treated …

Chinese youth come up with a fool-proof plan to evade Jinping’s censors

If you show your face in China, you are in danger. The country has a crazy President who doesn’t even spare his party men. So, critics and businessmen are always at …

When—Not If—China Will Invade Taiwan

China claims Taiwan as a province of China and has vowed to take it, by force if necessary. China has been sending warplanes closer and closer to Taiwan’s air space, and …

America’s Taiwan Policy Is Screwed Up

What Is the US policy on Taiwan? For decades, the US has practiced “strategic ambiguity” when it comes to the Taiwan question, but what does that actually mean? And what does …

Europe could become the immediate cause of a big face-off between Russia and China

Natural gas; it’s not just fuel but a powerful geopolitical weapon. Ask Russian President Vladimir Putin, who keeps firing this weapon at Europe sporadically, just to remind them that the Europeans …