A Quebec charity suspected of hosting two secret Chinese “overseas police stations” has received more than $4.45 million (£2.65 million) from the Canadian government over the last three years.
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The Index on Censorship, a British media company, maintains ‘Banned by Beijing’, a repository of reports, articles and others resources on how the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is employing a range of tools aimed at pressuring or manipulating foreign entities in Europe to align with the CCP’s political agenda and suppress freedom if expression in Europe.

Examples include the sanctions imposed on a British academic for decrying the human rights abuses in China’s Xinjiang Uyghur region, the demands made of a French history museum to remove certain words from their exhibition about Mongol emperor Genghis Khan, and the threats sent to a think-tank director in response to his report exposing Slovak universities’ links to Chinese institutions.

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