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…”
As Biden was engaged in a May 24 Tokyo meeting of the Quad (Australia, India, Japan, and the United States), Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese Communist Party (CCP) leader Xi Jinping gave Biden and the Quad leaders a “combined” nuclear message.
On May 24, four People’s Liberation Army Air Force (PLAAF) Xian H-6K bombers and two Russian Air Force Tupolev Tu-95MS bombers conducted the fourth joint China-Russia bomber exercise since 2019. This time, they flew over the Sea of Japan with a lengthy diversion south of the Miyako Strait to a region east of Taiwan, where they could launch potentially nuclear-armed cruise missiles against Taiwan and U.S. bases on Guam. Continue reading “A War Over Taiwan Raises the Threat of Combined China-Russia Nuclear Operations – Audio Report”
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.
View the full set of photos: https://www.xinjiangpolicefiles.org/
Beijing on Monday warned Australia to “act prudently” or face “serious consequences” after Canberra accused a Chinese fighter jet of dangerously intercepting one of its spy planes over the South China Sea.
Australia has argued it is not unusual for it to undertake surveillance flights in the South China Sea — a region Beijing insists comes under its domain despite a 2016 Hague ruling that dismissed its claims. Continue reading “China warns Australia risks ‘serious consequences’ after jet interception.”
Ten Pacific island nations rebuffed China’s push for a wide-ranging regional security pact Monday, amid worries the proposal was designed to pull them into Beijing’s orbit.
Talks in Fiji between Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi and leaders from the small island nations failed to reach an agreement, in a high-profile diplomatic setback for Beijing. Continue reading “10 Pacific island nations reject China security pact”
A Fijian court handed down a sentence and ordered a Chinese casino developer to pay $650,000 on April 28 for causing substantial damage to the environment while undertaking unauthorized development on Malolo Island in Fiji’s west. Continue reading “Chinese-Linked Casinos in Pacific Islands Are Vehicles for Corruption, Expanding CCP Influence..”
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China has recently conducted a series of military drills near Taiwan to demonstrate to the US its determination regarding the self-governing island, a military spokesman said Wednesday. Continue reading “Military Drills Near Taiwan are ‘Solemn Warning’ to Washington – CCP Beijing”
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”.
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…”
Is China decoupling from the outside world? The Chinese regime says it wants the opposite. But sweeping lockdown measures are driving foreigners and their businesses out of the country. At the same time, more restrictions are on the way for Chinese citizens going abroad, while the values praised by the regime drift farther from Western principals. Continue reading “China’s CCP Regime Tightens Border Control + [VIDEO]”
The United States voiced horror Tuesday at new files on incarceration of China’s Uyghur minority and said they showed that abuse was likely approved at the highest levels in Beijing. Continue reading “US State Department – Appalled’ Suspects Uyghur abuse approved at Beijing ‘highest levels’”
China’s state-run Global Times propaganda newspaper broke its silence on Tuesday regarding a deadly mass shooting in California that officials say was fueled by Chinese nationalist hatred against Taiwanese statehood, denying that its violent anti-Taiwanese rhetoric played a role. Continue reading “China’s CCP Outraged to Be Linked to Chinese Nationalist Charged with California Church Shooting”
- China sees NATO allies backing Ukraine as a potential threat to its strategy in the Indo-Pacific.
- NATO said last year that it intended to focus more on China and Beijing is expected to play a large role in the bloc’s strategy moving forward.
- “NATO, a military organization in the North Atlantic, has in recent years come to the Asia-Pacific region to throw its weight around and stir up conflicts,” said Wang Wenbin, a Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman.
🇨🇳 Chinese social media abuzz with rumours of Xi Jinping stepping down for COVID-19 mismanagement and economic slump.However, these type of statements are not heard from the elite of China.
☄️Will the current Premier Li Keqiang step in to moderate?
☄️The timing of any such potential changes appears uncertain
Japanese Enterprises Suffer from Shanghai Lockdown, Most Plants Suspend Production
The prolonged lockdown in Shanghai has taken a heavy toll on the operation of foreign companies. Most Japanese factories in Shanghai came to a standstill and the problem spilled over to domestic Japanese manufacturers that have halted production due to a lack of necessary spare parts. Continue reading “The Chinese Communist Party are Criminals – The prolonged lockdown in Shanghai has taken a heavy toll on the operation of foreign companies…”
Lessons have still not been learned, so why should we trust the WHO in a future pandemic?
The European Union, true to form, pushed for a legally binding pandemic “treaty”, but that won’t happen for two reasons: the American Senate would need a two-thirds majority to ratify it; and the Chinese government would not allow even its pet international agency to tell it what to do. Continue reading “The WHO pandemic pact would leave the world at China’s CCP mercy!”
President Joe Biden’s latest appointment to an economic advisory council appeared to claim there “is nothing better than” China’s authoritarian economic system in terms of managing market chaos, lamenting “we can’t do anything since the United States is such a free country,” Continue reading “Joe Biden’s Economic Advisor Said There’s “Nothing Better Than” The Chinese Communist Party’s Economic System..”
Chinese aircraft carrier Liaoning has led a larger than usual strike group to train in the western Pacific as tensions rise over Taiwan.
Escorting the Liaoning were five destroyers, including a Type 055 — the most powerful such warship in the Chinese navy — as well as one frigate and one supply ship. Continue reading “China is coming! Chinese aircraft carrier leads larger-than-usual strike group into western Pacific amid tensions over Taiwan”