Published June 15, 2021
The purpose of this series is to explain the connections between the Chinese Communist Party’s virology research programs since 2005 and the research institutions involved, including those in Hong Kong. All information is sourced from the Internet. The analysis and conclusions presented here reflect author’s own views only.
Below is an excerpt from the original report Disclosure Report on CCP’s Virus Research Programs and Projects, edited to fit for online publishing.
In this series, we examine the blueprint of the CCP’s virus research program by focusing on the research program titled Research on Cross-Species Infection and Transmission Mechanism of Major Outbreak of Human-Animal Infections with Animal Origin (hereinafter referred to as the 2016 Virus Program).
The previous articles in this series presented the details of the 2016 Virus Program, and its connections to researchers in Hong Kong University. In this article, we examine some other research projects related to the 2016 Virus Program.
Project information from the National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC):
We searched the NSFC project information database using key researchers related to the 2016 Virus Program, and queried the project grants they applied for during 2005-2019 in order to find out what kind of research they conducted in each year. The information in these screenshots has been categorized by the affiliation and name of the funding applicant (Principal Researcher) for further investigation.
National Science and Technology Report Service (NSTRS):
We conducted a search for the key people related to the COVID-19 research in National Science and Technology Report Service System, and archived screenshots of NSTRS report summaries from previous years for analysis. Links to these files can be found in the Reference section in the next article of this series.
Research information of other viruses:
During the investigation of this report, we also found CCP’s research programs on Zika virus and avian influenza virus, which indicates that there are probably other types of artificial viruses being used as unrestricted biological weapons by the CCP regime. This is a major threat to the whole world that is still in great danger from COVID-19.
It needs to be pointed out particularly that Shu Yuelong(舒跃龙) of the CDC, who was the main leader of the avian influenza virus research in 2016, conducted a key research program in that year titled Research on the Mechanism of Occurrence and Dispersal of Important Emerging Outbreak Pathogens (No. 2016YFC1200200). His team won the National Science and Technology Progress Grand Prize in 2017 for their research entitled Major Innovation and Technological Breakthroughs in the Prevention and Control System of Emerging Infectious Diseases Represented by the Prevention and Control of Human Infection with H7N9 Avian Influenza. According to the investigation above (see Annex 2 in the next article), this person was also involved in the 2016 Virus Program. See Source Information Index for file locations.
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Using the 2016 Virus Program participants’ names as keywords, we can further find more related information from CCP’s various research program databases. Some of the related information are summarized and presented in the next article. Even the others less relevant projects may also worth further investigation.
Translation: 謐雪兒郭, 许先生, Ranting
Proofread: DT团队, 夏星湖, 文永
Cover photo: 诺亚方舟
Other articles in this series: