China’s government is deploying robots equipped with machine guns along the border with India.
A report claims that China’s PLA is replacing soldiers with these machines – as the Chinese troops are unable to cope with the high altitudes.
The Taliban have reportedly deployed suicide squads at the border with China and Tajikistan.
Afghan youth are also being recruited for a special suicide battalion in the Afghan army.
DAKAR (Reuters) – The terms of China’s loan deals with developing countries are unusually secretive and require borrowers to prioritize repayment of Chinese state-owned banks ahead of other creditors, a study of a cache of such contracts showed on Wednesday.
From the history Files:
Environmentalists have welcomed the Prosecution Office’s decision to investigate the impact of highway construction work by the China Road and Bridge Corporation, CRBC, on the UNESCO-protected Tara River.
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Xi’an has started spraying the city to fight an outbreak of Delta infections that forced its 13 million residents into lockdown. (Bloomberg)
Authorities are spraying disinfectants across the city and have requested residents close their windows and avoid touching surfaces.
Daily infections have spiked to around 150 for the city on Monday. A fourth round of mass testing is expected to reveal more.
“The US violated the promises made when China and the US established diplomatic relations, condoned and encouraged ‘Taiwan independence’ forces, and tried to distort and hollow out the one-China principle,” Wang Yi said.
“This will not only bring Taiwan into an extremely dangerous situation, but also cause the US to face an unbearable price.”
A little red mansion in Shanghai turned into a house of horrors after one entrepreneur turned it into a brothel full of sex slaves. How did he keep it running for 20 years?
Blackmail, abuse and a lot of broken promises. Watch this episode of China Uncensored for the empire pimp Zhao Fuqiang built on the backs of his victims, how he evaded law enforcement for so long, and how it all came tumbling down.
Human rights groups are asking people to take a pledge: They should make a personal commitment not to receive an organ transplant from China. This is their new campaign called #NotFromChina. Continue reading “VIDEO – Don’t Get Organ Transplants in China ~ Human rights groups”
Armed riot police in southern China have paraded four alleged violators of COVID-19 rules through the streets, leading to criticism of the government’s heavy-handed approach and re-introduction of the controversial use of public shaming. Continue reading “VIDEO – China’s CCP brings back public shaming, parading alleged people-smugglers for breaking COVID-19 rules”
The identities of 161 Australian citizens — including a former intelligence chief, government officials and business leaders — have been exposed in a hacked Shanghai security database which reveals the inner workings of China’s surveillance state. Continue reading “Australians flagged in CCP security files which shed light on surveillance state and monitoring of Uyghurs”
TAIPEI – For more than 20 years, Xie Xizhang presented himself as a Hong Kong businessman on visits to Taiwan. He now stands accused of having another mission: recruiting spies for China. Continue reading “Case documents reveal extent of China’s CCP and PLA spying in Taiwan’s military”
A never-before-seen China-based targeted intrusion adversary dubbed Aquatic Panda has been observed leveraging critical flaws in the Apache Log4j logging library as an access vector to perform various post-exploitation operations, including reconnaissance and credential harvesting on targeted systems. Continue reading “Chinese APT Hackers Target Academic Institution”
Scores of Chinese and foreign companies producing “well-known global brands” may be involved in human trafficking, forced labour and other human rights abuses in China’s Xinjiang region, a United Nations working group said on Monday, calling more attention to an issue that Beijing is increasingly on the defensive about.
China would also receive a major discount on Iranian oil and become a near monopsony, as long as sanctions on Iran remain.
When the details of a multibillion dollar, 25-year economic and security agreement between Iran and China leaked last summer, the headline in The Jerusalem Post was: “Proposed China-Iran deal is bad news for Israel.”
Frank Dong – The Epoch Times.
Beijing has been hoarding chips. Industry experts believe China’s nationwide hoarding played a role in the global chip shortage. In fact, China’s State Administration for Market Regulation in August launched a probe into hoarding and other speculative practices as the regime found it disrupted its own market.
Beijing has received 18 visa applications for the 2022 Winter Olympics, despite President Biden officially announcing a diplomatic boycott of the games earlier this month.
The applications submitted have come mostly from the State Department and the Pentagon to provide medical and security support, leaving Foreign Ministry spox Zhao Lijian to slam the apparent political games.
“We once again urge the U.S. side to practice the Olympic spirit, stop politicizing sports, and stop any words or deeds that would disrupt the Beijing Winter Olympics,” he said.
Let the mind games begin…
Florida officials on Monday took action to disentangle state retirement funds from the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), including revoking authority that let outside managers decide where to invest some of the state’s pension funds.