China's Massive Telescope and the Global Quest to Find Aliens

We examine China’s role in the global quest to find ET and transport you to Guizhou to visit the world’s largest filled-aperture radio telescope.

by Matthew Bossons, 24 May 2019

'UFO' Crashes to the Ground in Chinese Village

A mysterious object fell from the sky into a Chinese village, opening up a massive crater in the ground.

by Bridget O'Donnell, 16 December 2016

WATCH: UFO Sighting Over Guangzhou Stops Traffic

The footage shows standstill traffic and curious commuters exiting their vehicles to photograph a mysterious aircraft hovering overhead.

by Matthew Bossons, 10 October 2016

Search For Aliens Displaces 9,000 Guizhou Residents

Over 9,000 residents of Guizhou province will be moved prior to the opening of the world's largest telescope complex, that will apparently aid China in their search for extraterrestrial...

by Isabella Farr, 17 February 2016

American Sneaks into North Korea, Tells of US Imperialism and UFOs

Yet another American defector to the DPRK.

by Erik Crouch, 15 December 2014

Heilongjiang 'UFO Debris' Actually from Rocket

Authorities in Heilongjiang Province have identified objects which crashed to the ground late last week as parts from a carrier rocket or satellite.

by James Griffiths, 19 May 2014

'UFO debris' Crashes to the Ground in Northeast China

Chinanews.com reports that 'three unidentified flying objects' fell from the sky and landed in rural Heilongjiang Province on Friday.

by James Griffiths, 16 May 2014

Chinese state media Twitter account goes on UFO rant

The official Twitter account of the People's Daily newspaper spent almost an hour today posting nonsensical updates about UFOs.

by James Griffiths, 16 May 2014

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