Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger doubled down on his company’s Xinjiang reversal this morning: “We found that there was no reason for us to call out one region in particular.”
Intel recently apologized for asking its suppliers to avoid Xinjiang.
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”
Troops and armored vehicles were deployed in Taiwan Thursday in a simulation of urban warfare against Chinese forces.
About 80% of Taiwan’s 23mn population live in urban areas, where Army Infantry School instructor Kiwi Yang expects Beijing to wage its battle plans in the event of an invasion.
Last year Taipei recorded 970 incursions into its airspace in 2021, up from 380 in 2020, while the People’s Liberation Army staged its own mock invasion urban battle drills last month according to state TV
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”
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.
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.
A Delta staff member told The Epoch Times on Dec. 26 that “China’s arbitrary and unreasonable pandemic prevention policy not only sets an insurmountable threshold for Chinese passengers who are eager to go home, but is also unbearable for foreign airlines.”
Chinese authorities have blacklisted Australian Uyghur community leaders and activists as “suspected terrorists” for monitoring and harassment in a trove of police records obtained by the ABC.
- The ABC has spoken to three Uyghurs living in Australia who have been blacklisted as “suspected terrorists”
- The blacklist is part of a hacked database containing more than 1 million Shanghai police and surveillance records
- Australian Uyghurs say they and their families have been monitored and threatened by Chinese authorities, both in Australia and China
BAODING, CHINA – Beaten, forced off their land, cheated out of money, and even falsely imprisoned — farmers in China say they are paying a heavy price as authorities rush to deliver on ambitious pledges to ramp up national green energy output.
Her scientific conclusions about the COVID-19 pandemic and the origins of the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus are controversial. The jury is still out on her views that the CCP virus is the result of a secret 20-year-old bioweapons research program by the Chinese regime that includes coronaviruses.
A Chinese student at Purdue University was harassed by Pro-China students. But the University is fighting back against CCP influence. This is raising an alert to campuses across the country to look at their own problem with infiltration from Beijing.
Plus, The US added 34 Chinese firms to a blacklist over human rights abuse and brain control weapons. With no specific details, we try to tell you what we know about brain control weapons. Then a look at China’s ambition to dominate the ocean. Buying ports left and right, including one in Africa, aimed at the east coast of the United States. What are they up to?
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