Huang, William
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William Huang is an avid researcher into China and East Asia's looming demographic crisis and he also aims to raise his voice for the sanctity of life wherever and whenever he can. He is a product of the one-child policy as he is the only son in the family. Born and raised in China, it is only when he went overseas to study that he had an epiphany, realizing just how much damage this policy has done to the Chinese nation and his generation of peers.


Will North Korea save Koreans from demographic disaster?

It's counter-intuitive, but North Korea has a much higher fertility rate.

Date posted: 2023-06-03

Will the Dungan Muslims be the only East Asian ethnic group with above-replacement fertility?

Where are the limits to self-definition?

Date posted: 2023-05-21

China's population control atrocities can backfire

Rage over forced sterilisations and abortions has led to mayhem and murder.

Date posted: 2020-08-24

Stubborn faith and healthier birth rates: Asian examples and their future

Catholic fertility' in Vietnam and China.

Date posted: 2020-07-04

Korean Christianity: thriving in megachurches, deserted by youth

For decades, South Korea has been the poster child for Christian growth and success in East Asia. You might have read this tale many times in every Christian publication. But it is only half of the story; Korean Christianity is in an unprecedented crisis.

Date posted: 2020-07-03

The unlikely media empire inspired by Falun Gong

With the Covid-19 pandemic creating a Pearl Harbor moment in the West, a furious debate has popped up about how to deal with China.

Date posted: 2020-06-15

Heroic Catholics of China's underground church

Cardinal Zen, a vocal supporter of Hong Kong's democratic movement and a passionate defender of the underground Catholic church, painted a very negative picture in interviews with the media.

Date posted: 2020-05-24

The one group that the Chinese Communist Party cannot silence

Ever since the Chinese Communist Party came to power, critics and courageous activists have worked to end its tyranny. But not everyone persisted in the fight. Those who do are often motivated by a religious faith which supported them through decades of persecution.

Date posted: 2020-05-24

Overseas Chinese are distancing themselves from the Communist mainland

As a once-in-a-century pandemic grips the world, China has once again become the target of intense scrutiny and fierce criticism. Controversies and conspiracy theories regarding the origin of epidemic have brought the relations between the United States (and the rest of the West) and China to the lowest point in their relations since the Mao era.

Date posted: 2020-04-24

Will China become Muslim?

In recent years, China's treatment of its religious and ethnic minorities has come under increasing scrutiny by the Western world. This has exploded into global anger over the mass incarceration of Muslim Turkic Uyghurs in northwestern China -- one of the great human rights scandals of our time.

Date posted: 2020-02-05

Why Communist China's rise will be short-lived, and its fate is already sealed

The simple reason for that is demographics. A rising empire that becomes all-conquering can never do so with a rapidly ageing and soon shrinking population. Fake statistics mask an impending collapse.

Date posted: 2019-10-20

East Asian islands of fertility: Okinawa and, amazingly, North Korea

When the champions of human rights promote rights that are not grounded in natural law, they undermine their credibility to speak for all human beings. Those who understand the truth about human rights - as every rational person has the capacity to do - will cease to trust the human rights community.

Date posted: 2019-07-15