In the Name of Confucius has been officially selected by the 70th Yorkton Film Festival, North America’s longest running film festival, from over 100 nominated films in all genres, to be screened during the festival held in Yorkton, […]
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 […]
On April 26, In the Name of Confucius premiered in Washington D.C. and the National Association of Scholars (NAS) released its new report Outsourced to China: Confucius Institutes and Soft Power in American Higher Education. The event was co-hosted […]
I thought this is important. And it affects a lot of Canadians. And I think people should know about this story. ~ Lynn Braun, Artistic Director of Belleville Downtown DocFest
I highly recommend this documentary because if there is anything sacred and worth saving in the western world, it might be our education and freedom of thought. ~ Urgyen Badheytsang, Campaigns Director, Students for a Free Tibet […]
In the Name of Confucius was recently awarded the honourable Humanitarian Award of Distinction from the 2016 Accolade Global Film Competition. The award was given for the film’s craft and spirit of humanitarianism. In the […]