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’s unemployment rate rose to 6.1% in April, the highest level since the early stages of the Covid-19 pandemic in February 2020.
It comes as widening lockdowns cause a sharp slowdown in activity in the world’s second largest economy, according to the BBC. Continue reading “China unemployment rate rises to highest level since early COVID-19 pandemic…”
A federal operation, dubbed the “silent night” operation, has seized 42,888 illegal firearm silencers smuggled into the United States from China, according to a report released by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). Continue reading “U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Seizes Over 42,800 Illegal Firearm Silencers Smuggled From China”
- 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.
Weibo, China’s equivalent of Twitter, told users it would start to publish their IP locations on their account pages and when they post comments, in a bid to combat ‘bad behavior’ online.
In other words, a social media platform that gonna dox its own users.
US estimates suggest that China will have stockpiled over half the entire global supply of wheat (142 million tons) by the end of the 2021/22 market year, sparking accusations of hoarding and driving global prices up. Continue reading “US estimates suggest that China will have stockpiled over half the entire global supply of wheat (142 million tons) by the end of the 2021/22..”
Chinese gaming giant Tencent has announced it’s ending a service that allowed locals to play foreign games.
The company will be updating its ‘speed booster’ app, so it only supports products operating in China. Continue reading “Chinese Gamers to Lose Access to Unapproved Videogames..”
A government watchdog is demanding the US attorney probing Hunter Biden in Delaware investigate tens of millions in anonymous donations from China to the University of Pennsylvania, where an academic center is named for his father, President Biden. Continue reading “$54M in Chinese gifts donated to UPenn, home of Biden Center…”
China’s COVID-19 cases are rising, and the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is blaming the United States for it.
China has reportedly negotiated a secret security pact with the Solomon Islands, setting off alarm bells in the US and Australia because of the potential for Beijing gaining a South Pacific beachhead from which it could block shipping traffic.
Beijing would be given rights to dock warships and access “all necessary facilities”
U.S. Army General Douglas MacArthur called Taiwan the “unsinkable aircraft carrier.” He was referring to its value as a ‘strategic asset’ in communism-containment during the Cold War. Generations later, Taiwan faces arguably heightened risk of communist invasion: Will China, spurred on by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, make a similar move on Taiwan?
Just hours before the scheduled phone call between US President Joe Biden and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping, China sailed its aircraft carrier Shandong through the Taiwan Strait. Continue reading “China’s Navy sailed capital ship past Taiwan ahead of US talks on Friday…”
US regulators on Wednesday stripped Chinese state-owned Pacific Networks of its telecommunications license, the latest blow in the simmering confrontation between Beijing and Washington. Continue reading “US regulators on Wednesday stripped Chinese state-owned Networks of its telecommunications license..”