in China, as long as you maintain respect, everything an American can legally write or say under their First Amendment, a Chinese can also say without fear.
Is China safe? Yes. Period. China is the safest, most humane, civilised, reasonable and decent country I’ve ever had the good fortune to live in.
I came here with a smile and an open mind and heart, and left my ‘conditioning’ and pre-conceptions behind.. I’m still smiling.
Best move I ever made. Never looked back. I’ve felt warmth, hospitality kindness and friendliness every single day.
For the record: Nobody pays me for my words, thoughts or feelings. I speak from my love for #China and to speak against the relentless moronic parroted propaganda against a country that is my homeland, keeps me + 1.4 billion other people safe, free and happy.
The extremely complex and controversial topic of Uyghurs in China is quickly demystified in this article. Basically, it’s about three things: separatism, terrorism, and geopolitics.
“14 Days of Sacrifice”— by Lily Chang – An engaging and detailed piece written about her experiences of travelling back to China from America at this testing time of restrictions and uncertainty during the Coronavirus / Covid19 pandemic – with photo