“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’”
Killer robots: the stuff of science fiction. But it’s becoming all too real.
There’s a race for artificial intelligence and unmanned weapons that could change the face of warfare. Continue reading “How China’s Push for AI Weapons Threatens the World – VIDEO”
Beijing has revealed the full extent of FM Wang Yi’s Pacific trip that will encompass Fiji, Kiribati, Samoa, Tonga, Vanuatu, Papua New Guinea, Timor Leste and the Solomon Islands in 10 days.
The tour comes after a security agreement signed with the Solomon Islands last month, with Wang expected to firm up similar agreements across the region.
State-backed outlet Global Times claimed Washington and Canberra’s regional alliance attempts are “doomed to fail”, and that the US Indo-Pacific China containment strategy is “not working”.
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US Officials warn Chinese firms could attempt to steal intellectual property, cut into Washington’s foodstuff exports profits, undermine American supply chains, and even target US genetically-modified crops with biological warfare.
A report issued this week by the US-China Economic and Security Review Commission centers on “China’s interest in US agriculture” and states that Beijing is “augmenting food security through investment abroad” after facing “challenges” in recent years. Continue reading “China’s Food Security Push Poses Threat to US; More Biden Wrongful Blame?”
The viral audio clip was also shared by human rights activist Jennifer Zeng
The meeting discusses the roadmap of the “normal to war transition” plan
The committee also spoke about recruiting new military service personnel
A leaked audio clip purportedly featuring the Chinese Communist Party’s top brass discussing military plans for a Taiwan invasion has triggered a controversy online. According to Indian media, the 57-minute leaked clip is reportedly the first-ever recording of a Chinese military brass gathering.
On top of uproar in Beijing and Shanghai, students in another major city protested against strict COVID-19 rules, as a sensitive anniversary is around the corner.
Some Chinese banks are having a hard time processing withdrawals. The issue first appeared in rural community banks but has now extended to a major bank in the country’s capital city.
At least a few Americans have asked a U.S. consulate in China for airlift evacuation. But a source told NTD that the consulate has responded with a firm “no” so far. Continue reading “Escalating Student Protest Trend in China + More …VIDEO”
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Foreign Minister Wang Yi concluded his visit to Samoa on Saturday, after holding a series of talks with top officials on issues of “mutual interest and concern” and signing an agreement on economic and technical cooperation. Continue reading “China’s CCP & PLA Signs New Deal with Pacific Nation”
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The US policy of strategic ambiguity on the Taiwan issue is becoming even more ambiguous. The US may have just radically altered its policy on Taiwan, or it may just have altered the State Department’s webpage on Taiwan. In this episode of China Uncensored, we look at what the US policy on Taiwan has been, how the US-Taiwan relationship has been changing over the past 6 years, and why strategic ambiguity may not be so strategic for the US anymore.
Leaked documents from the Political and Legal Affairs Committee (PLAC) in Tieling county of China’s northeastern Liaoning Province reveal that the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) effort to “transform” or “zero out” Falun Gong remains the prime target of the regime. Continue reading “Falun Gong Remains the Prime Target of Chinese Regime CCP..”
Germany on Tuesday called for a transparent investigation into “shocking” allegations of rights abuses targeting the Uyghur minority in Xinjiang, China, after a media consortium published leaked documents it said catalogued the violations. Continue reading “Germany urges ‘transparent probe’ into Uyghur abuse claims!”
BEIJING (Reuters) – A leading entrepreneur in China who had questioned the wisdom of the country’s zero-COVID strategy was banned from posting on Weibo, with the social media platform accusing Trip.com co-founder James Liang of violating laws. Continue reading “China’s Weibo bans Trip.com co-founder who questioned zero-COVID strategy”
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China is conducting offshore construction work in the East China Sea, west of the Japan-China median line, prompting Japan to lodge a strong protest with Beijing through diplomatic channels.
A photo released by the Defense Ministry showed a structure that could be linked to the development of a natural gas well.
“It is extremely regrettable that China is unilaterally proceeding with the development,” a government official said Friday. Continue reading “Chinese construction spotted in East China Sea – Japan Lodges Protest”
Nearly 1 million Chinese bank customers have not been able to access their deposits for more than a month, according to Chinese media reports. While the Chinese bank regulator claimed that its investigation found illegal wealth collecting activities involving a major shareholder and a third party platform, customers believe the regulator failed to safeguard people’s interests in the first place. Continue reading “Nearly 1 Million Chinese Customers Unable to Access Their Bank Deposits..”
By Humeyra Pamuk and Michael Martina
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The United States is “deeply concerned” that China will restrict access on a visit by U.N. human rights chief Michelle Bachelet, the State Department said on Friday, while also criticizing Bachelet for “silence” in the face of what it said were atrocities in China’s western Xinjiang region. Continue reading “US State Department slams China’s CCP, U.N. rights chief, ahead of Xinjiang visit”
An elusive and sophisticated cyberespionage campaign orchestrated by the China-backed Winnti group has managed to fly under the radar since at least 2019.
Dubbed “Operation CuckooBees” by Israeli cybersecurity company Cybereason, the massive intellectual property theft operation enabled the threat actor to exfiltrate hundreds of gigabytes of information. Continue reading “Chinese Hackers Caught Stealing Intellectual Property from Multinational Companies..”
China has consistently been considered a currency and manipulator by several administrations in the United States. While this may be true, what China has been doing recently can hardly be called simple manipulation of the currency. China has been attempting to dedollarize as quickly and quietly as possible. Continue reading “China Makes Financial Moves Against the US…”