Welcome to NoToChina.org
Welcome to NoToChina.org, where you can come to find the best products available that are not made in China.
Imagine if you saw a product in a store that had a label that read “A portion of proceeds from purchases of this product will go to support the Communist Party of China”. Would you buy it?
Of course not. And yet, every time you purchase a product made in China, that’s exactly what you’re doing. At least 25% of the price you pay goes directly to fund China’s military, their arms production, their surveillance on their own citizens, their labor camps, their scientific “research”, their state-controlled propaganda, and everything else we love about the People’s Republic of China. And that’s on top of 45% that every worker in China pays in income taxes.
And so if you’ve come to this site, you’re looking for an alternative to stuff made in China. And happily, there’s still some stuff out there. You just need to know where and how to look.
Who am I? I’m just a blogger who got a little tired of searching “not made in China” and finding sites that were outdated, misleading, and just plain wrong. My goal here is to do my homework in finding authentic products not made in China for those out there who are looking.
I don’t condone racism on this site toward anyone–in fact, I’ll come out and say that I don’t hold ill will towards any of people of China (which include both my parents). The real culpability, frankly, lies with Western companies who put profits over everything else, as well as with consumers who want to do the right thing but feel powerless. Its this latter group who I’m building this site for.
One thing I do welcome with open arms are people who take pride in their own countries and aren’t shy about supporting pride in craftsmanship and the impact that manufacturing has on local communities.
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NoToChina.org is dedicated to to helping people find alternatives to products manufactured in China. While we love free market capitalism, we also recognize that in their unbridled quest for maximum profits, American and European companies have looked the other way with regards to the CCP’s record on human rights, the environment, consumer product safety, quality control, and intellectual property rights. They have also abandoned communities within their own countries who take pride in crafting and manufacturing high quality products. For more about us, visit the About Us page.