US Returns $485 Million Banking Fraudster Back to CCP China

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A former Bank of China chief who fled to America two decades ago, and was convicted in a massive fraud case in Nevada, has been repatriated to China. It’s said to mark a major victory for Beijing in its quest to bring corrupt officials to justice.

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Almost a quarter of German companies operating in China planned to relocate production from the country in 2019, according to a report by the German Chamber of Commerce in China. For example,

Adidas has halved its Chinese manufacturing since 2010, with much of the production moving to Vietnam, and pledged in July last year to cut all ties with suppliers implicated in a report that uncovered forced labour being used in some factories.


NBA Player Tell CCP : ‘Stop Murdering for Organs’

‘Stop Murdering for Organs’: NBA Player Tells Beijing to End Forced Organ Harvesting

Boston Celtics player Enes Kanter on Nov. 16 slammed Beijing for its industry-scale killing of prisoners of conscience for their organs, doubling down on his social media crusade against the regime over its wide-ranging human rights abuses.

“Stop murdering for organs. It’s a crime against humanity,” the Turkish player wrote in a post that appeared on his Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.


India-China’s Border Clash Signal a Broader Picture & New Approach Against China, [VIDEO]

India’s border clash with China is unmasking a greater geopolitical situation. China’s growing aggression in Asia is expanding. But India is not putting up with it. From resistance in the Eastern Ladakh region to a closer tie with the United States.

How is this Asian democracy going to play its hand, on the global stage?

We can even make it larger.

How is the US going to play a role in making a regional alliance with India?

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China’s Dictator CCP Xi Jinping demands loyalty from powerful ‘second-generation reds’…

He was supposed to be the forgotten hero of the Chinese Communist Party.

Hua Guofeng, Mao Zedong’s designated successor, at one point held all of the important titles: party chairman, Central Military Commission chairman and premier.

But he stepped down from the posts and spent the latter part of his life in obscurity. He quietly passed away during the 2008 Beijing Olympics, and his name has rarely been in the news since then.

That changed on Saturday when a high-profile symposium to commemorate the 100th anniversary of his birth was held in Beijing, causing a stir in Chinese political circles.

“Hua was an outstanding member of the Communist Party of China, a long-tested and loyal communist fighter, and a proletarian revolutionary who once held important leading posts in the Party and the government,” the official Xinhua News Agency reported.

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Mass Rape, Sexual Abuse; China’s CCP Genocidal Tool to Eliminate Faith…

Reenactment of one of the brutal torture methods employed by the CCP officials to coerce female Falun Gong adherents to renounce their faith. (
Reenactment of one of the brutal torture methods employed by the CCP officials to coerce female Falun Gong adherents to renounce their faith. (

Since the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) came to power in 1949, it has been employing unethical ways to persecute citizens and suppress spiritual groups. Recently, several reports have confirmed how the CCP is using sexual abuse as a tool for re-educating and transforming prisoners of faith, regardless of their age.

Rooted in atheism and materialism, the communist regime has been brutally suppressing Uyghur Muslims, Christians, Buddhists, and Falun Gong practitioners for years. Those who refuse to comply with the CCP’s orders are detained and taken to secretive “re-education camps” where they are subjected to unimaginable abuses, including gang rape and electrocution.

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billionaires’ dangerous involvement with CCP regime; 90 y/o justice-seeker detained + more news…

A 90-year-old in China is detained by police. She’s been fighting for her rights for more than a decade, after her home was torn down by authorities.

Some of China’s richest are now behind bars. That’s after they were recruited by the Chinese Communist Party, and got a little too involved in its internal power struggle.

Is Xi Jinping the cause for the Chinese regime’s aggression? The daughter of Mao Zedong’s secretary says the CCP has long sought global domination.

Beijing is pushing its digital currency to compete on the world stage. It’s going up against the world’s biggest cryptocurrency.

And the U.S. Commerce Secretary is found to own a stake in a Chinese tech giant. The corporation owns messaging App WeChat, which is now under review by the Commerce department.



Taiwan – Companies Accused of Recruiting Semiconductor Experts for the CCP..

A woman looks through a magnifier to see a 2GB RAM from a notebook during the semi-tech show in Taipei 10 in May 2007.  (Sam Yeh/AFP/Getty Images)
A woman looks through a magnifier to see a 2GB RAM from a notebook during the semi-tech show in Taipei 10 in May 2007. (Sam Yeh/AFP/Getty Images)

TAIPEI, Taiwan—Local prosecutors and law enforcement officials on March 9 raided seven locations and questioned 19 individuals in an investigation over China’s poaching of Taiwanese semiconductor experts.

The 19 individuals included four Taiwanese senior executives of two Taiwan-based tech companies, WiseCore Technology Co., Ltd. and IC Link Limited, according to a press release from the prosecutor’s office in New Taipei City.

The two companies were set up through a joint venture between an unnamed China-based semiconductor design company and a group of Taiwanese semiconductor design experts. The Chinese company had Taiwanese experts hold senior executive positions at the two companies and asked them to recruit their former co-workers.


China’s CCP government is breaching every provision of the UN Genocide Convention.


Australia – Sky News host Peta Credlin says a “bombshell report” has found the Chinese government is breaching every provision of the UN Genocide Convention.

“Earlier this year, we brought you the horrific details of a BBC report into the systematic rape, torture and abuse of Uighur women, held in prison camps by the Chinese Government,” Ms Credlin said. “Now, another major development”.


China – ‘Richest Village’ in Financial Crisis…

A newly inaugurated skyscraper tower in Huaxi Village, China, on Oct. 7, 2011. (Carlos Barria/Reuters)
A newly inaugurated skyscraper tower in Huaxi Village, China, on Oct. 7, 2011. (Carlos Barria/Reuters)

Huaxi Village in Jiangsu Province, once touted by the Chinese regime as “China’s richest village,” is in financial trouble, a situation that reveals the corruption among the elites, experts say.

Huaxi Group, a company that’s collectively owned by the village and its residents, and has many sub-companies and listed affiliates, has a debt load of 40 billion yuan (about $6.17 billion), leading some Chinese media to claim that it’s bankrupt.

On Feb. 25, a video that showed a large number of residents waiting in several lines in the village square to withdraw their money from Huaxi Group went viral. Some residents told Chinese media that since Feb. 24, the dividend of Huaxi Group’s shareholding has suddenly dropped to 0.5 percent from 30 percent. Because the 30 percent dividend had lasted for several years, many villagers invested.

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China’s CCP & PLA increases defence spending by billions despite high debt…[VIDEO]

China is increasing its defence spending by more than 6.5 per cent in 2021 as it works to maintain upgrades to its armed forces despite high government debt and the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.

A national budget report issued on Friday says China will spend 1.355 trillion yuan ($A272 billion) on defence in the coming year.

That’s up from 1.3 trillion yuan ($A261 billion) last year, representing a 6.6 per cent boost, the lowest percentage increase in at least two decades.

The military budget has dipped during periods of slower economic growth, but has also been dropping steadily from the double-digit percentage increases over the years as the increasingly powerful military matures and rapid expansion of what is already the world’s second-largest defence budget is no longer required.

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Canada – Behind the Liberals’ Latest China CCP Approach

Chinese leader Xi Jinping and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during the G20 summit in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on Nov. 30, 2018. (Alejandro Pagni/AFP via Getty Images)
Chinese leader Xi Jinping and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during the G20 summit in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on Nov. 30, 2018. (Alejandro Pagni/AFP via Getty Images)

Public Safety Minister Bill Blair said publicly last week that China is a main source of the fentanyl that’s fueling a deadly opioid crisis in Canada.

Blair’s remarks marked a shift in the Liberal government’s public tone on the fentanyl issue and China’s role. When asked by The Epoch Times for comment in the past, Blair’s ministry made no mention of China, merely saying the government is “committed to doing everything we can” to address the drug crisis. This stood in contrast to calls by the Opposition Conservatives and Alberta Premier Jason Kenney for Ottawa to hold Beijing to account for the crisis.

Yet in his address at the parliamentary Canada-China relations committee on Feb. 25, Blair still refused to talk about Huawei and security concerns and whether the Chinese telecom giant with links to Beijing will be banned from Canada’s 5G networks.

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US to build anti-China missile network along first island chain…

Independence-variant littoral combat ship USS Gabrielle Giffords launches a naval strike missile during exercise Pacific Griffin in the Philippine Sea. The NSM is a long-range, precision strike weapon that is designed to find and destroy enemy ships. (Photo courtesy of the U.S. Navy)

WASHINGTON — The U.S. will bolster its conventional deterrence against China, establishing a network of precision-strike missiles along the so-called first island chain as part of $27.4 billion in spending to be considered for the Indo-Pacific theater over the next six years, Nikkei has learned.

They form the core proposals of the Pacific Deterrence Initiative that the U.S. Indo-Pacific Command has submitted to Congress and Nikkei has reviewed.

“The greatest danger to the future of the United States continues to be an erosion of conventional deterrence,” the document said. “Without a valid and convincing conventional deterrent, China is emboldened to take action in the region and globally to supplant U.S. interests. As the Indo-Pacific’s military balance becomes more unfavorable, the U.S. accumulates additional risk that may embolden adversaries to unilaterally attempt to change the status quo.”

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Taiwan ‘Will Defend Its Sovereignty’ Against China…

Taiwan 'Will Defend Its Sovereignty' Against China's Ambitions
A woman holds a Taiwanese flag to mark Taiwan’s National Day in a celebration in Hong Kong, Oct. 10, 2019. AFP

The democratic island of Taiwan on Friday vowed to defend its national sovereignty as China said it would step up exchanges in a bid to involve the nation of 23 million people — most of whom have no wish to be ruled by Beijing — in its plan for “national rejuvenation.”

“We must stick to our key policies in our work with Taiwan,” Chinese premier Li Keqiang told the National People’s Congress (NPC) annual session in Beijing.

Li said the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), which has never ruled Taiwan, would “resolutely curb separatist activities” there, as well as “promoting cross-strait exchanges and cooperation and integrated development, and working together to create a bright future for national rejuvenation.”

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Australian broadcaster SBS suspends new broadcasts Chinese CCP state television…

Australian Broadcaster Suspends China’s CGTN Citing Human Rights Complaint
A Chinese flag flutters outside the CCTV headquarters, the home of Chinese state media outlet CCTV and its English-language sister channel CGTN, in Beijing, China on Feb. 5, 2021. (Carlos Garcia Rawlins via Reuters)

SYDNEY—Australian broadcaster SBS said on Friday it would suspend its broadcasts of news bulletins from Chinese state television news services CGTN and CCTV after receiving a human rights complaint.

An SBS spokesman told Reuters that programs from CCTV and CGTN would not air on Saturday and that SBS was reviewing a complaint from a human rights organization.

“Given the serious concerns it raises, and the complexity of the material involved, we have made the decision to suspend the broadcast of the overseas-sourced CGTN and CCTV news bulletins while we undertake an assessment of these services,” SBS said in a statement.

A story on the SBS News website said human rights organization Safeguard Defenders wrote to SBS after Britain’s media regulator revoked the license of CGTN due to “serious non-compliance offences.”

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