DTinLAC’s Exposé of Wuhan’s P4 Biosafety (Virus) Laboratory – Addendum



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Our famous DTinLAC team of exposé has excavated more information to supplement previously published material about Wuhan’s P4 Biosafety Lab. In this document, it includes 8 focuses. After reading, you will be able to find strong evidence between the CCP virus and the evilness of the CCP. This is a part of Unrestricted Warfare with programs to infiltrate the West over the past 20-30 years.

Before further adieu, let’s begin……….

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This addendum material is divided into eight focuses to illustrate the establishment of Wuhan P4 virus laboratory from the beginning!

These focuses include:

  • A. Chinese Academy of Sciences (P4 Lab Addendum 2-24)
  • B. The human genome project (P4 Lab Addendum 25-31)
  • C. Jiang Mianheng ((P4 Lab Addendum 32-33)
  • D. Life Science and Biotechnology (P4 Lab Addendum 34-36)
  • E. Wuhan Institute of Virology (P4 Lab Addendum 37)
  • F. Construction of 10 platforms of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (P4 Lab Addendum 38)
  • G. SARS (P4 Lab Addendum 39)
  • H. Chen Zhu! (Very important person! Wang Yanyi’s mentor!) – See please see the Wuhan P4 Laboratory – A Part of Pandora’s Box, adapted from DTinLAX Expose Section 6E. Chen Zhu (DT-L124-127, 131))

A. Chinese Academy of Sciences

Starting from Time 0: Chinese Academy of Sciences and “Hundred Talents Plan”, Knowledge Innovation Project!

The talent hunting project of the Chinese Academy of Sciences received additional attention in the 1980s. The establishment of the scientific and technological team at that time was mainly to make up for the 10-year hiatus in China and successively introduced a series of policies and measures that were conducive to cultivate young talents rapidly.

By the beginning of the 1990s, after 10 years of effort, the number of young scientific and technological teams of the Chinese Academy of Sciences had been greatly developed, and the quality had also been greatly improved. However, there was a lack of outstanding academic leaders, and there were still very few first-class young scientists with a certain international reputation. Therefore, efforts in accelerating, attracting, and training to bring up a large number of outstanding young academic and technical leaders have become an important task for the Chinese Academy of Sciences in the 1990s.

Certificate of of the Hundred Talant Program Sample

It was under such historical conditions that the Chinese Academy of Sciences launched the “Hundred Talents Program.” In 1994, under the state of lack of resources, the Chinese Academy of Sciences allocated special funds to set up the “Hundred Talents Program.” By concentrating limited resources and providing vital support for outstanding talents, it planed to attract and train 100 outstanding young academic leaders from home and abroad by the end of the 20th century. Fourteen people, including Zhu Rixiang, Cao Jianlin, and Lu Ke, became the first group receiving the support.

The Hundred Talents Program provided 2 million yuan per talent, including scientific research funding, equipment, and housing costs. We can say that the Program launched ten years ago was the most intensively supported Program in China. In terms of personal benefits, it may not be as good as some of the new talent programs currently implemented. Still, as part of nation-wide planning, the Hundred Talents Program of the Chinese Academy of Sciences can be recognized as the most robust support, and it has become a signature project of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

Since 1997, the “Hundred Talent Program” has been expanded from 20 people in the past to about 100 people each year. The initial goal of the Hundred Talents Program was to introduce 100 to 200 outstanding talents from abroad. In 1994, the “Hundred Talents Program” attracted the first batch of talents from both home and abroad, a total of 14 people. The project was initially funded entirely by the Scientific Career Fee of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

It was not until 1998 when the Chinese Academy of Sciences began to implement the “pilot project of knowledge innovation project” that this challenging situation has improved. With the approval of the State Council, the Ministry of Finance has increased its investment in the innovation fund of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and provided special funds of 200 million yuan per year for the “Hundred Talents Program” to attract outstanding foreign talents. Since then, the “Hundred Talents Program” has entered a phase of rapid development. The goal of the Chinese Academy of Sciences is no longer ”a hundred talents” but “thousand talents.”

The period from 1998 to 2000 was the first phase of the Knowledge Innovation Project. The “Hundred Talents Program” included the “Hundred Talents Abroad,” the “Hundred Talents” domestically, the “Hundred Talents Program” for various projects and the “National Fund for Outstanding Young Scientists.” Entering the second phase of the Program in 2000, the Chinese Academy of Sciences improved and perfected its management measures in a timely and effective manner. In 2001, it added the content to attract “outstanding overseas scholars” through innovative collaboration.

Among the candidates for the Hundred Talents Program, there were those who have been recruited from abroad, those who were trained domestically and those who have trained abroad and have already returned. With the pilot project of the Knowledge Innovation Project, the Chinese Academy of Sciences launched the “Overseas Outstanding Scholars” program in 2001. Using the “Hundred Talents Program” as a template, the “overseas’ outstanding talents,” “overseas well-known scholars,” and “domestic hundred talents plan” were established. By the end of 2005, the “Hundred Talents Program” has supported a total of 1,443 people.

In early 2002, the Chinese Academy of Sciences conducted a comprehensive survey of the progress and implementation of the “Hundred Talents Program” and found that there were some problems with the old management model. In 2003, the Chinese Academy of Sciences decided to carry out major reforms and adjustments to the management model of the Program. The selection process of the “Hundred Talents Program” was modified from the original “recommended from the department and evaluated and decided by the Academy” to “independent decision from the department, supported by the Academy.

Since 2004, the Chinese Academy of Sciences has put more emphasis on the evaluation of academic ethics and teamwork in the process of preliminary selection of the “Hundred Talents Program” and the application for funding support and final evaluation of the candidates. On the one hand, it reflected that the Chinese Academy of Sciences adhered to the principle of “having both morals and talents”; on the other hand, it also required the selected candidates to pay attention to their own cultivation and the improvement of their comprehensive quality so as to be self-disciplined and self-aware.

In 2006, with the third phase of the Knowledge Innovation Project, the scientific and technological development goals of the Chinese Academy of Sciences put forward higher requirements for talent building, attraction, and training. The “Introduction of Outstanding Talents from Abroad” plan was to attract 500 outstanding talents from overseas in five years, and the domestic “Hundred Talents Program” was to attract 100 outstanding domestic talents to support the western region and some special topics and fields;

Combined with the deployment of major projects in science and technology innovation and projects in key directions, there were 200 outstanding talents supported under the “Hundred Talents Program”. Additional support was given to the winners of the “National Fund for Outstanding Young Scientist” (referred to as “Jie Qing” -Outstanding Young Scientist in Chinese). In Phase III of the innovation project, more attentions have been paid in the cultivation of young talents in providing scientific research start-up fund for outstanding young scientific and technological expertise and providing post-doctoral funding.

The Chinese Academy of Sciences has achieved significant results in implementing the Hundred Talents Program.

  1. The creation of a group of discipline leaders. Among the talents attracted by the Program, one-fifth of the talents have won the National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars, which accounts for 45% of the total number of recipients of the total fund of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. Thirteen of them became “973” project leading scientists, 57 of them became “863” project directors, 30 person-times won the “China Young Scientist Award”, and 36 persons were appointed as directors of the Sciences Key Laboratory of the National and Chinese Academy.
  2. The development of many notable scientific achievements. With the support of the Hundred Talents Program, innovative research has been carried out in various fields. For example, the room-temperature superplastic ductility of nanostructured copper has been discovered, the surface nano-technology of metallic materials, and the method for preparing nano-material crystallization from amorphous precursors as well as overcoming the frozen soil engineering problems during the construction of the Qinghai-Tibet railway. … These achievements have made important impacts on domestically and abroad.
  3. Optimization of the scientific and technological innovation team structure and echelon construction of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. The candidates for the Hundred Talents Program all had a Ph.D. degree, and the average age at the time of enrollment was 36.3 years. Their contributions not only enriched and strengthened the scientific and technological talents of the Academy but also significantly improve the academic structure and age structure of the backbone of innovation.
  4. Promotion of the adjustment and development of the discipline layout of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. The recruitment of talents for the Hundred Talents Program is closely focused on the core innovation goals of the Academy and the adjustment of the discipline layout. Therefore, the recruitment of talents must be reviewed in accordance with the innovation goals and posts of various units. Special support is provided for urgently needed talents in frontier interdisciplinary disciplines. The introduction of talents has promoted the development of emerging interdisciplinary subjects.
  5. Building the innovation team. The Chinese Academy of Sciences adopted a team recruitment approach and launched the “Innovative Team International Partner” program in 2001. According to the Chinese Academy of Sciences’ medium- and long-term development strategies and the overall goal of innovation, the Academy has deployed 35 innovation teams to attract 50 well-known overseas scholars. For example, the Genomic Informatics Center completed “1% sequencing of the human genome” in a relatively short period.

By 2004, the Hundred Talents Program has supported a total of 1069 outstanding talents, of which 702 have returned from abroad, accounting for 2/3 of the total support for the Hundred Talents Program. 229 domestic talents have been recruited. In addition, 138 national outstanding youth science fund recipients have received the support from the Hundred Talents Program. By 2009, the “Hundred Talents Program” had recruited more than 1,200 overseas scholars, 29 of whom had been elected academicians of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and 53 had been the chief scientists of the National “973” Program.

In the past 20 years, 28 academicians of the Chinese Academy of Sciences or the Chinese Academy of Engineering, 524 winners of the “National Outstanding Youth Science Fund”, and a large number of chief scientists of major national scientific and technological projects, such as “973” and “863”, have emerged from the “Hundred Talents Program.” The “Hundred Talents Program” generated a group of high-level outstanding scientific and technological talents with both morals and talents, such as some “Hundred Talents” who have held important leadership positions in top universities, such as Peking University and Tsinghua University or relevant state departments.

Among the 92 Annual National Top Ten Scientific and Technological Advances, selected by the academicians of the two academies between 2005 and 2013, 13 selected were from the “Hundred Talents Program”, accounting for 14.1%. The research team of the iron-based high-temperature superconducting project won the first prize of the National Natural Science Award in 2013. Two of the five main awardees were from the “Hundred Talents Program.”

The major original achievements led by the “Hundred Talents Program,” such as the proof of IPS cell totipotence, the discovery of quantum anomalous Hall effect, and the discovery of the third mode of neutrino oscillation, have had important international influences. From 2008 to 2011, among the top 1% of high-level international papers published by the Chinese Academy of Sciences, the “Hundred Talent”.

The Principles of Twenty years’ development of the “hundred people plan”:

  1. Insisting on the combination of people-oriented, recruitment, and cultivation. Based on innovative practice, the Academy gathers people with a cause, attracts people with infrastructure, and inspires people with reasonable salaries.
  2. Adhering to high-standard and high-demand recruitment. The selection criteria and job requirements for the recruitment of talents are clearly defined, a strict and standardized expert review mechanism and publicity system are established. The fame and reputation of the “Hundred Talents Plan” are always maintained.
  3. Following the law and keeping up with the time. According to the characteristics of the talents recruited, we will continue to explore and improve the management system and establish talents’ corresponding support policies and evaluation models.
  4. Encouraging the enthusiasm of both institute and department levels. This includes the establishment a mechanism of “independent decision-making by the institute to select and support the best” and this will provide the institute greater autonomy in employment and, at the same time, require the institute to provide corresponding assurance in both policy and support.

B. The Human Genome Project

In July 1997, Academician Tan Jiazheng wrote to the Central Committee, calling for the protection of genetic resources and the establishment of the China Genome Research Center.

In the 1990s, the Human Genome Project, with the core task of determining and annotating the full sequence of the human genome, was initiated by American scientists and co-developed worldwide. The Chinese Human Genome Project (CHGP) “Research on the Genetic Structure and Genetic Variation of the Chinese Nation’s Genome” was approved in 1994.

(DTinLAC: Study on the genetic structure and genetic variation of the Chinese people? ? ? !! !! !!

This is why I think that the virus from the Wuhan Institute of Virology was so destructive to Chinese? ? ? !! !! !!

When the Wuhan Institute of Virology made the virus, did it refer to the Chinese genetic structure? ? ? !! !! !!)

In April 1997, Tan Jiazhen went to Shanghai, Zhejiang and other places to inspect a number of genetic research facilities. Some developed countries came to China to collect a large number of genomic specimens (blood samples) under the name of “collaboration”. In July 1997, Jiang Zemin instructed that “We must cherish our genetic resources”.

(TDinLAC: When I thought of the large-scale blood sample collection on the mainland by the CCP in recent years, I shivered! !! !! !!)

Chen Zhu leads the research work of ” National Human Genome Research Center for the South”!

This Chen Zhu is Wang Yanyi’s mentor! !! !! If you don’t understand, you can search for his qualifications to know how powerful he is! !! !! This person can accept Wang Yanyi as a disciple, but can only explain one thing, that is, Wang Yanyi’s background is ten thousand times stronger than Chen Zhu! !! !! After all, Chen Zhu is only a follower and a puppet! !! !!

On March 4, 1998, the “Shanghai Human Genome Research Center”, which was supported by the Ministry of Science and Technology, Shanghai Municipal Government, Pudong New Area, Zhangjiang Hi-Tech Park, and six research institutes in Shanghai, was registered and established under the Shanghai Science and Technology Commission. Under the Ministry of Science and Technology, Shanghai, the Center includes the China Biotechnology Research and Development Center, New Drug Research and Development Center, Pudong Science and Technology Venture Capital Co.,

Shanghai Institutes for Biological Sciences of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Fudan University, Shanghai Second Medical University (Ruijin Hospital), Shanghai Cancer Institute, Shanghai First Medical University, Second Military Medical University, and Zhangjiang (Group) Co., Ltd.

On October 29, 1998, the Center was officially named ” National Human Genome Research Center for the South” (or South Center) and settled in Zhangjiang Hi-Tech Park in Pudong New Area.

In January 2005, the Center was approved by the Ministry of Science and Technology to become a national key laboratory hub (also the Shanghai Key Laboratory of Disease and Health Genomics). In August, 2011, the Center became an institution directly under the Shanghai Academy of Sciences.

It can be confirmed that Jiang Zemin created this Chinese Genomic Research Center! This was the time when Hu Jintao was the “virtuous wife” – being the puppet president of the People’s Republic of China!

The Gene Center was directed by Academician Chen Zhu (1998-2016). Since 2002, Academician Zhao Guoping has served as executive Director of the Center. Since 2016, Researcher Huang Wei has succeeded as Director of the Center.

Chen Zhu became Vice President of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in October 2000.

Please note:

It was Jiang Mianheng who recommended Chen Zhu to Jiang Zemin for the position of VP of the Chinese Academy of Sciences! !! !! (More detailed relationship of Chen and Jiang, please see the Wuhan P4 Laboratory – A Part of Pandora’s Box, adapted from DTinLAX Expose Section 6E. Chen Zhu (DT-L124-127, 131))

C. Jiang Mianheng

Jiang Mianheng became Vice President of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in November 1999. He is in charge of the research and development of the Institute of Advanced Science and Technology.

Lu Yongxiang, who was promoted from Zhejiang University to the Director of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, was considered to be the most outstanding official of Jiang Zemin’s.

Hu Angang, a well-known national affairs expert in the Academy, was once rebuked by Lu Yongxiang for his questioning on Jiang Zemin’s “three representatives” arrangement and was forced to resign.

Lu Yongxiang immediately gave his consent in Hu Angang’s resignation, and Hu Angang was forced to be transferred to Tsinghua University.

Lu Yongxiang and Huang Ju then strongly recommended Jiang Mianheng, Jiang Zemin’s son, as Vice President of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

What has aroused people’s discussion was that Lu Yongxiang carefully arranged Jiang Mianheng to be elected to the 16th National Congress of the CCP.

Lu Yongxiang is just a Jiang Zemin’s dog! !! !!

D. Life Science and Biotechnology

Vice President Chen Zhu was in charge of the life science and biotechnology at the beginning of the new century!

From November 1 to 2nd, 2001, the Chinese Academy of Sciences held a seminar on innovative planning of biological fields in Wuhan. Chen Zhu and other relevant leaders attended the meeting.

At the meeting, Vice President Chen Zhu gave a report, titled “the Life Sciences and Biotechnology at the Beginning of the New Century: Opportunities and Challenges Faced by China”.

We are very close to the core of this addendum . . . Wang Yanyi’s mentor.

Chen Zhu analyzed the importance of life sciences in the natural sciences and the impact of life sciences on society and the economy. He said that from 1930 to 1950, it was nuclear energy research, and from 1950 to 1970, it was aerospace technology. From 1970 to 1980, life sciences and information science have gradually taken a “leading position”. The social and economic impact of life sciences and biotechnology is very important.

Keywords: Chen Zhu, Life Science, Biotechnology!

Chen Zhu talked about life science and biotechnology:

  • 1. the emergence of significant scientific and engineering research.
  • 2. Detailed analysis and broad integration.
  • 3. Scientific progress and technological revolution – A mutual cause-effect relationship.
  • 4. Combination of basic sciences and applied sciences.
  • 5. Acceleration of industrialization and various biotechnologies.
  • There is no absolute gap between biotechnology and the pharmaceutical industry and pharmacy, and actually, they are tightly linked! !! !!

E. Wuhan’s Institute of Virology

In February 2003, Chen Zhu directed the Director of Wuhan Institute of Virology, Hu Zhihong, to undertake and launch the P4 laboratory project! !! !!

“Hu Zhihong, Director of the Wuhan Institute of Virology, received a call from Chen Zhu, deputy director of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and was asked if he could undertake the task of building a P4 laboratory in Wuhan. Hu Zhihong said that he would get his teeth in and show his determination on building the laboratory.”

Note that this instruction was planned before the SARS outbreak! !! !!

F. Establishment of 10 Platforms

In 2003, the Two Sessions of the CCP, biology experts of the Chinese Academy of Sciences discussed Chen Zhu’s proposal with the construction of 10 platforms, including genomics, protein function, proteomics, antibody production, etc. . . .

(DT: When Devil does scientific researches, they will never work for the happiness of human beings! For the past 70 years, what have the so-called economic development and scientific and technological development of the CCP had brought to the Chinese people? These high-tech slaves!)



Using the outbreak SARS, 22 Academician suggested building a new system of preventive medicine in China.

From April 22, 2003, Chen Zhu and other 21 members of the Chinese Academy of Sciences jointly submitted a proposal to the State Council, titled “Using SARS as an entry point to build a Preventive Medicine System and to Strengthen China’s Medical Scientific Research comprehensively”. The proposal included opinions and suggestions on SARS prevention and control research, the establishment of a preventive system, and the establishment of a national medical-scientific innovation system, etc.

The report stated that the Chinese Academy of Military Medical Sciences and the Beijing Institute of Genomics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences had completed the determination of the entire genome of the SARS coronavirus from Chinese patients in only two days, and jointly released the experimental results on April 16. To date, the Beijing Institute of Genomics has completed the sequencing of the full genomes of six virus strains isolated from Guangzhou and Beijing patient samples.

Analysis of the genome sequence showed that the virus contained at least five open reading frames, which encoded the viral matrix glycoprotein M, fibrillin E2 or S, small coat protein E or SM, nucleocapsid protein, and one Orfkab which can produce several proteins. On April 16, the World Health Organization (WHO) finally identified this coronavirus variant as the pathogen of SARS.

(DTinLAC: Damn it! I suspect that SARS is also a virus released by the CCP! )

Edited by:【Himalaya Hawk Squad】

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6 months ago

awesome!!! thank you.