Listen to In the Name of Confucius director Doris Liu’s interview with the Washington D.C. based Secure Freedom Radio host Frank Gaffney on May 17, 2017. Or listen to the 5th podcast on the Secure Freedom […]
A 2016 Canadian documentary and a new investigative report recommend academic institutions sever ties with their Confucius Institutes. WASHINGTON—Since 2005, the Chinese government has been funding Confucius Institutes (CI) in the United States—a multi-billion-dollar enterprise. […]
This is an embedded video of NTDTV’s report on the Outsourced to China report launch and US premiere of In the Name of Confucius. To watch it on NTDTV website, please click here.
I hope that this film would bring them information and thoughts. I hope that they would reconsider how to protect our principles and values as a free and democratic society when dealing with undemocratic governments […]
Riveting… Everyone who cares about freedom of speech, international politics, or China should watch the film. ~ Rachelle Peterson, Director of Research Projects, National Association of Scholars (NAS) “In the Name of Confucius,” a riveting new […]
On March 3, 2017, In the Name of Confucius director Doris Liu was interview by Cogeco TV host Dug Stevenson on the “green carpet”. The interview before the opening gala of the Belleville Downtown DocFest has been a tradition for the […]
A foreign power targeting Canadian schoolchildren in an insidious plot to spread its influence sounds like the plot to a Hollywood movie. But for Chinese-Canadian filmmaker Doris Liu it’s all too real, and much closer […]
This is the English translation of the title of a Chinese article on the world premiere of In the Name of Confucius at the Belleville Downtown DocFest in Ontario, Canada. You can read the Chinese article here.
‘In the Name of Confucius’ exposes Confucius Institute hiring practices that violate freedom of expression A Canadian-made documentary that shines a light on one of China’s largest soft-power initiatives is starting to pick up awards […]
In the Name of Confucius is a film everyone involved in China policy and education policy should watch. ~ Benedict Rogers, Deputy Chair, UK Conservative Party Human Rights Commission In The Name Of Confucius: How China […]