Taiwanese general and another senior officer were indicted for developing a spying network for China

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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”

A War Over Taiwan Raises the Threat of Combined China-Russia Nuclear Operations – Audio Report

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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”

‘140,000 Soldiers and 953 Ships’: Leaked Audio Clip Reveals China’s Plan To Invade Taiwan – VIDEO

Chinese President Xi Jinping delivers a keynote speech at the opening ceremony for the Boao Forum for Asia via video link, in Boao

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  • 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.

Continue reading “‘140,000 Soldiers and 953 Ships’: Leaked Audio Clip Reveals China’s Plan To Invade Taiwan – VIDEO”

China’s CCP Outraged to Be Linked to Chinese Nationalist Charged with California Church Shooting

Chinese President Xi Jinping attends a summit at the Belt and Road Forum on May 15, 2017 in Beijing, China. The Belt and Road Forum focuses on the One Belt, One Road (OBOR) trade initiative. (Photo by Thomas Peter - Pool/Getty Images)

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 warns of ‘worst consequences’ over Taiwan…

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China’s CCP has warned that no foreign powers or militaries will succeed in interfering with Taiwan, cautioning that any country attempting to offer military support to Taipei will face “consequences.”

“The Taiwan question is a purely internal affair of China,” Defense Ministry spokesman Senior Colonel Tan Kefei told reporters on Friday.

“No one and no force can stop” Beijing from a “complete national reunification” with Taiwan, Tan said, adding that anyone who tries to do so, “will suffer the worst consequences in the end.”

Article: https://www.rt.com/news/551810-china-taiwan-military-warning/

 

Taiwan takes aim at China with draft laws on chip sector espionage..

Taiwan has accused Chinese companies of “infiltrating” the island’s chip supply chain, a cornerstone of its economy. © AFP/Jiji

‘Economic espionage’ would carry up to 12-year prison sentence.

TAIPEI — Taiwan is preparing to introduce tougher laws to protect the island’s crown jewel semiconductor industry from Chinese industrial espionage.
The Executive Yuan on Thursday approved draft amendments to the National Security Act that would make it a crime to engage in “economic espionage” or the unapproved use of critical national technologies and trade secrets outside of Taiwan. Sentences would be set at up to 12 years and 10 years in jail, respectively. Continue reading “Taiwan takes aim at China with draft laws on chip sector espionage..”

China’s CCP warns; America will ‘face an unbearable price’ over Taiwan policy,

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The upgraded US-made F-16 V fighters displayed at a ceremony at the Chiayi Air Force in southern Taiwan on November 18, 2021. Photo: Sam Yeh/AFP

“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.

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“This will not only bring Taiwan into an extremely dangerous situation, but also cause the US to face an unbearable price.”

Video – Taiwan War Games: Mock urban battles with China…

Rumble — 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

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Case documents reveal extent of China’s CCP and PLA spying in Taiwan’s military

Soldiers take part in the annual Han Kuang military drill, simulating the China's People's Liberation Army invading the island, in Yilan, Taiwan, in August 2016. | REUTERS
Soldiers take part in the annual Han Kuang military drill, simulating the China’s People’s Liberation Army invading the island, in Yilan, Taiwan, in August 2016. | REUTERS
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For more than 20 years, Xie Xizhang presented himself as a Hong Kong businessman on visits to Taiwan. He now stands accused of having another mission: recruiting spies for China. Continue reading “Case documents reveal extent of China’s CCP and PLA spying in Taiwan’s military”