A retired Taiwanese general and another senior officer were indicted on Friday (Jun 24) for their involvement in developing a spying network for China, prosecutors said.
Taipei and Beijing have spied on each other since the end of the Chinese civil war in 1949, when the losing Nationalist side fled to the island. Continue reading “Taiwanese general and another senior officer were indicted for developing a spying network for China”
China will offer citizens as much as $15,000 in cash for reporting threats to “national security”, state media reported, in Beijing’s latest move to whip up fears of external foes.
Citizens offering information that leads to the discovery of “acts endangering national security” could be rewarded as much as 100,000 yuan, depending on their role in preventing or solving a case, according to the guidelines. Continue reading “China’s CCP offers $15,000 cash for reporting ‘national security’ threats; move to whip up fears of external foes…”
Biden’s invocation of the Defense Production Act, among other executive measures, comes on the heels of complaints from the green energy industry over delays in receiving crucial parts needed to create solar panels and other related equipment. Continue reading “Biden lifts restrictions on Chinese imports produced with Uyghur slave labour to promote solar panel production.”
According to The Washington Post report, citing Western officials, China is constructing a naval base for its military in Cambodia, with both Beijing and Phnom Penh going to great lengths to conceal the operation. Continue reading “China secretly building foreign military base in Cambodia..”
How do we preserve freedom and order in the region, as countries south of us join China’s Belt and Road project?
Meanwhile, dwindling recognition for Taiwan and potential dual-use facilities raise questions about the United State’s lack of presence. What are the serious dangers when the Chinese communists take over? This was asked to Joseph Humire, a national security expert at the Center for a Secure Free Society.
Now that you need a COVID19 test report not older than 72 hours to get around, people in Shanghai say they have a “shelf life” that is shorter than tofu!
On China Insider, a look at the thousands of photos of Uyghur detainees—the youngest just 15 years old to as old as 73—from the Xinjiang police files, which also contain images of police drills and internal documents—and a shoot-to-kill order for anyone who attempts to escape. We speak with the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation President Andrew Bremberg about his organization obtaining these shocking documents and photos. I also speak with the prime minister of the East Turkistan Government in Exile, Salih Hudayar, about his reactions to the photos.
Video Link: https://www.theepochtimes.com/shocking-photos-inside-uyghur-concentration-camps-
View the full set of photos: https://www.xinjiangpolicefiles.org/
Joe Biden revealed that after being elected to the White House, Chinese President Xi Jinping cautioned him that democracies are on the decline and that one day “autocracies will run the world.”
“We’re living through a global struggle between autocracies and democracies,” Biden said during his commencement address to the U.S. Naval Academy’s graduating class. Continue reading “China President Warned Biden – Democracy Is Dying: ‘You Don’t Have the Time’”