Aaron Sarin

Aaron Sarin is a freelance writer living in Sheffield, currently focusing on China and the CCP. He regularly contributes to seceder.co.uk.

China in the Age of Surveillance

China’s security apparatus may not be able to see into the minds of the people, but it can make their lives a misery in the attempt.

Aaron Sarin
Aaron Sarin
10 min read

The Man Who Stood Up to the CCP

Thanks to Shinzo Abe, Xi Jinping now has a clear view of the future.

Aaron Sarin
Aaron Sarin
5 min read

The Road to Genocide

The Uyghurs have the potential to threaten China's national unity, which is the real reason we are seeing the largest incarceration of an ethnic or religious minority since the Holocaust.

Aaron Sarin
Aaron Sarin
16 min read

Shanghai on the Edge of Madness

Starvation will push and pull human psychology in unusual directions—it is one of the few things that can overcome fear of the authorities. When famine came to China 400 years ago, it made Chinese peasants receptive to the preachers of class war. When the government failed to provide crucial

Aaron Sarin
Aaron Sarin
6 min read

The Vanishing of Peng Shuai

Aaron Sarin
Aaron Sarin
6 min read

Tibet’s Long Fight for Freedom

Aaron Sarin
Aaron Sarin
12 min read

Chinese Culture and the Red Line of Morality

Aaron Sarin
Aaron Sarin
6 min read

White Lotus, Red Dragon—China’s History of Millenarian Dissent

Aaron Sarin
Aaron Sarin
12 min read