【DT EXPOSÉ team publish】 CCP virus expose series 08：four levels of personnel structure
In the preceding episode, we have deconstructed the emergence of the P4 laboratory through the interpretation of an article published in early 2018, “New Story in Summer by the River, Performing a Song by a Crane – Recording the detailed process of the Construction and Research Team of the P4 Laboratory of the Wuhan Virology Institute of Chinese Academy of Science”. We also are ascertained that the establishment of this laboratory is not necessarily related to the 2003’s SARS, but it’s to implement a top-secret and ambitious bioweapon development strategy and plan. We have initially revealed how the scientific and technological talents selection process works under the CCP system based on the interpretations from the relevant experts. We explained that the finished P4 laboratory was eventually delivered to a mysterious military institution which has no name but a number, and it’s with the Military Medical Research Institute as its core. It is clear that there is more than one P4 laboratory in the Communist China. There is a P4 laboratory in Harbin too. We discovered that the the CCP’s four-layer talent system reflects how actual talents are selected and used. Only those being highly trusted individuals can have access to top secret. So, in this essay, we will use this four-layer relationship analysis method to discover the hidden truth of another team that makes viral weapons, and the same team also develops the antidote. A person from that team is RAO Zihe. RAO gives us the break-through. RAO got our attention because his name is connected to the strange accidental death of a female scienctist..
Details are as follows
Before the following digging, we still have a basic work to do: how does the organization select people?
In September 1977, the Chinese college entrance examination system, which had been interrupted for ten years due to the impact of the Cultural Revolution, was restored. Changing the fate of intellectuals, the policy, which is said to be Deng Xiaoping’s decision, was considered by many people to be the beginning of the selection of talents by the Communist Party of China. Almost the whole society believed Deng’s policy would lead to the path of meritocracy and access to justice for all citizens.
But after less than a decade of development, these intellectuals discovered that the opportunity to thank the Communist Party as a gift was just a distant dream. This organization contends class theory and never gives people of the same class a fair chance.
After June 4th in 1989, intellectuals are completely opposed to the CCP. The Communist Party’s reflection on the lesson changed from “Black Cat and White Cat” to “hard on both hands”, that is, grasping the economy with one hand and ideology with another hand, and thus CCP determined that the party’s leadership is over and above everything and the party has to lead everything.
It’s very important to understand this point. If you understand this, you will understand why there are party branches and party committees and party committee secretaries. If RAO Zihe wants to be the director of the Wuhan Institute of Virology, he must be a party member first and with his party membership, he can qualify to be the party’s Standing Committee member. After becoming a vice secretary of the party’s Standing Committee, he then qualified to be the director of the lab. We can conclude that it is the party’s Standing Committee composed of party members that truly controls everything.
This is the unique way in which the Communist Party leads everything: in the army, the commander-in-chief is the position of the commander, and the political commissar is the position of the secretary. In local governments (such as a prefecture-level city), the mayor is a position similar to that of the director, and the secretary of the municipal party committee is the position of secretary. The four major groups (party committees, governments, people’s congresses, and political consultative conferences) of government departments at all levels are face-saving projects established under the so-called constitutional framework, reflecting our party’s fine tradition of “democratic deliberations and mutual supervision”, while the real leadership power is concentrated in the party committee. The secretary of the party committee is the ultimate control of this party committee, and he controls it through the standing committee.
Of course, this structure is going to be simplified in the Chinese Academy of Science and its affiliated research institutes, but it is not going to be weakened. From this point, we can see the party branch’s firm attitude towards the institute’s absolute leadership and his obedience to this leadership system from an annual work summary report of the director of Rao Zihe as The Director of the Institute of Biophysics and also the Deputy Secretary of the Party Committee. Of course, Rao Zi himself is also a Chinese Communist Party member. We will explain it in detail in the article about the organization and management of the Institute of Biophysics of the Chinese Academy of Science.
Why should this kind of almost absolute centralized leadership be implemented? Because everything belongs to the Party. The institute is a fully funded institution by the party, and it must obey the leadership of the party and complete the tasks assigned by the party at the necessary time. Although the role of the party committee in the research institute of the Chinese Academy of Science has been played down in propaganda, this leadership has not been weakened for a second. This is nothing more than a cover-up or deception. It can be said that key research institutes personnels from Wuhan Institute of Virology and nstitute of Biochemical Physics of the Chinese Academy of Science, although not wearing military uniforms, but they are not essentially different from the military people, Huawei is the same.
The most important feature of this unique system of party committee leadership is centralization, a high degree of centralization of power. This kind of high centralization attempted to be reformed before 1989, but it became stronger after Tiananmen Square massacre. This is not the focus of our discussion here. What we will focus on is that this centralized system will cause a more dependent relationship in talent selection. To put it simply, the first criterion for selecting people is their own people and the people they trust. There are two considerations here: one is that the person selected by the centralized leader can only obey and use it for the purpose of using it; the other is when the centralized leader loses power, he can still protect his own safety and interests, at least ensure his own safety. That is, the continuity of power and interests.
It is very important to understand this point. Looking at the layout of the P4 laboratory with these two points, it began in the era of Jiang Zemin as a highly centralized power, and was finally completed after the era of Hu Jintao and the era of Xi Jinping. Eventually, it will be controlled by the person who has the key in his hands. In order to meet this condition, it is necessary to plan well when initially designing and selecting talents for specific implementation. Therefore, this is also the time point for us to tap this layout plan, which should be before SARS in 2003. Only by finding the initial layout person (the first layer of people mentioned above) and the relationship between these people and the next four layers of people can we deconstruct the final structure of this layout.
So how does the party committee establish such a credible and reliable relationship? That’s nepotism. This is a unique culture in China. Simply put, it’s how to choose people you trust – carry a gun together, go to school together, prostitute together, call a mother together, go to the countryside together. It shows very vividly that comrades, classmates, alumni, teachers and students, fellow parties, relatives, and fellow villagers are the most trusted and reliable people in employing people. In scientific research, the relationship between teachers and students and the relationship between students must be the most trusted. It is not surprising that this employment method eventually formed the terroteries – Peking University Gang, Tsinghua University Gang, and Wuhan University Gang in academic research.
The fact that many people attribute this phenomenon of people to a kind of corruption by the Communist Party and ridicule it is one-sided. If a normal society uses a normal thinking to understand this phenomenon, the main line is definitely a battle between gangs, but DT is convinced that this battle does not exist in the large team of genetic weapons research and development. Not only does it not exist, but it’s very efficient to use this way.
Why say so? Because of the purpose of selecting people, the choice of all researchers in the Chinese Academy of Science system including the Academy of Agricultural Science and the Medical College system, including scientists, is not an individual decision, but an organizational decision. This is not in conflict with the leadership of party committees at all levels who engage in corruption. The selection of people is first of all politically reliable. Especially in the use of talents and candidates in such top-secret plans and major projects and important scientific research institutions, you must choose the person whom you reached out through the nepotism and genitals. Only in this way can we meet the requirements of the level of confidentiality we mentioned earlier, and can be safe.
If you understand this point, you will understand why Wang Yanyi is next to Shu Hongbing, why a beautiful scientist approached Shi Yigong, why Zhao Yongfang chose to return home and died unexpectedly, and why Rao Zihe became a key person – all because the need to cover up the real purpose and the real actions of the Party through their performance and deception. I believe that Academician Tian Bo absolutely does not know the CCP’s Ship-Wreck Plan, including Wang Jian’s “accidental” death. Although Wang’s death is related to the Plan, but Wang Jian did not have a chance to peek into the secrets of CCP’s development of biological and chemical weapons. So, what is the reason of Wang Jian’s death and Zhao Yongfang’s death?
Before answering this question, let’s explain another basic question: when will this organization or party kill people?
Through the digging we inferred that the CCP is a devil that develops and uses biological and chemical weapons on innocent people. But being a devil does not mean it looks like a devil, killing people anywhere and anytime. If so, it will no longer exist. We mean that in essence it’s the devil, and it is deceptive: it’s a devil with an angel’s covering. The way to disguise the gorgeous coat is to use, guide and amplify the evil in human nature, and the means is BGY (blue, gold and yellow). We will explain BGY in detail later.
The party’s consistent policy is, for these key figures to use in future, to ensure that this nepotism already exists through long-term cultivation and inspection, use the nepotism to stabilize these people as its own henchmen, and, after that, use honor, status, money and even beauty to control these people. Of course, these people’s core secret, which is scandal, must also be in their hands, so that they are the person in the organization, the person in a boat. This is the basic idea of BGY, which will be revealed in the following article.
So, when will the people on this ship be killed? That is, the person killed must threaten the safety of life and death of this organization, and pay attention to the safety of life and death, that is what they called the struggle of life and death. This is true whether it is the Cultural Revolution or the Korean War or the Tiananmen Square Massacre.
This highly centralized form of organization can be understood as that the organization is the person sitting on the highest authority. It was the Jiang core in 2003 and the Mao core before 1976. But now, is it the Xi core? We do not know. When it comes to killing people, in terms of Wang Jian’s status, generally he doesn’t deserve that. It must be that if he had been in contact with the core secret that can destroy this organization, and he might leak it when he was alive, so Wang Jian’s death is to protect this secret and to protect the clues behind the scenes. The death of Zhao Yongfang is also absolutely necessary to protect this secret. Why is such? Because what makes CCP really afraid is not exposing their scandals or power struggle, but exposing this big secret, which is the content of the top-secret document burned by Miles Guo: it showed the fact that CCP developed and used biological and chemical weapons.
Therefore, the team of virus development must be led by the students recommended by Mr. Tian Bo, and the team of researching antidote is led by Rao Zihe, because Chen Zhu, as the deputy dean of the Chinese Academy of Science, cannot conduct research. Then let’s dig out the true relationship of the characters who have not yet been explored according to the idea of selecting people. Following this relationship, it may be possible to unravel the relationship between Rao Zihe and the death of Zhao Yongfang. Before analyzing Rao Zihe’s miraculous experience, let’s see if the first laboratory in Wuhan, the successor of the National Key Laboratory of Virology, fits this logic.
Part 1: The National Key Laboratory of Virology, successor of P3 laboratory
In the previous article, we have revealed that around the end of 2016 after the completion of the P4 laboratory, the academic committee and management committee of the National Key Laboratory of Virology have completed a large-scale adjustment-Guo Deyin, Shu Hongbing, Hu Zhihong leaving the management team one after another. We call it a strategic transfer of the main personnel. The reason for this transfer is that with the completion of the P4 laboratory, the P3 laboratory of the National Key Laboratory of Virology has completed a certain historic mission. The adjustment does not mean that the P3 laboratory is not important. In a sense of significance, the P3 laboratory is no longer important for virus development, because the organization has mastered the virus weapon and its existence and development control are even more important to cover up the secret of making viral genetic weapons. Therefore, the successor must be someone who can keep secrets, because all of this involves too many people.
Let’s first look at the list of successors, which has been shown in the preceding essay.
For the convenience of analysis, we first make these three lists into a simple table.
At the same time, we list the materials of relevant personnel of management after 2017:
1. Lan Ke, born in December 1971, graduated from the Second Clinical Medicine Department of Chongqing Medical University in 1994 with a bachelor’s degree in medicine, received a master’s degree in pathophysiology from Chongqing Medical University (under the doctoral supervisor Professor Fan Weike) in 1998, received a Ph.D. in pathophysiology from Xiangya School of Medicine, Central South University (under the doctoral supervisor Prof. Yao Kaitai, an academician of the Chinese Academy of Science) in 2001, and subsequently engaged in post-doctoral research in oncology and virology in the Department of Microbiology, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine (Professor Erle Robertson, Cooperative supervisor). In August 2006, he was hired to return to China as a researcher, doctoral tutor and research team leader of the Shanghai Pasteur Institute of the Chinese Academy of Science, and mainly engaged in the study of tumor herpes virus infection and tumorigenic mechanism; From 2011 to 2016, he served as deputy director and secretary of the Discipline Inspection Commission of the Shanghai Institute of Pasteur of the Chinese Academy of Science; since January 2017, he has served as the director of the National Key Laboratory of Virology, professor and doctoral tutor of the College of Life Science of Wuhan University. In 2008, he was selected as the Shanghai Pujiang Talent Program. In 2009, he was selected as a national candidate for the New Century Ten Million Talents Project. In 2011, he was awarded a special allowance from the State Council. In 2014, he was sponsored by the National Outstanding Youth Science Fund. In 2015, he was selected as a young and middle-aged leader in science and technology innovation in the Ministry of Science and Technology. In 2016, he was selected as a leading talent in the National Ten Thousand-Year Plan. He hosted a number of national and international cooperation projects: In 2009, he was the chief scientist of the National Science and Technology Major Project. In 2013, he hosted the key projects of the National Natural Science Foundation of China. In 2015, he independently chaired the R01 international project of the National Institutes of Health as China PI. In 2016, he was the chief scientist of the National Key Research and Development Program Protein Machine Special Project. He has published more than 80 papers in internationally important academic journals such as Journal of Virology, PNAS, PLoS Pathogens, Cancer Research, Cell Host & Microbe, etc .; currently he is also a member of the Standing Committee of the Oncology Committee of the Chinese Society of Pathophysiology, a member of the Chinese Virology Committee of the Chinese Society of Microbiology, and an editor of the International Academic Journal Journal of Virology, associate editor of Journal of Medical Virology, associate editor of Virologica Sinica, etc. He once won the Special Fellow Award of the American Society of Leukemia and Lymphoma (Special Fellow Award), WuXi AppTec Life Chemistry Research Award, Meiji Dairy Life Science Award, and Shanghai Advanced Workers, etc.
2. Xiao Gengfu, male, born in 1966, PhD, researcher. In 1989, 1992 and 1999, he successively obtained Bachelor of Medicine, Master of Medicine in Tongji Medical College of Huazhong University of Science and Technology, and Doctor of Science (Virology) of Wuhan University. He used to be a professor, doctoral tutor and assistant of dean of the College of Life Science of Wuhan University. He is currently the deputy director of the National Key Laboratory of Virology, deputy secretary of the Party Committee, secretary of the Disciplinary Committee, deputy director of the Wuhan Institute of Virology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, and deputy director of the group of viral biochemistry subjects. In 2003, he was awarded the Hubei Province “Outstanding Young Talents” Fund, and was selected into the Ministry of Education’s “New Century Excellent Talents” support plan in 2006. He has been engaged in medical molecular virology research for a long time, and has a solid foundation in the molecular mechanism of viral membrane protein-mediated virus entry into host cells, peptide or antibody inhibitors (Entry inhibitor), viral membrane protein-antigen evolution, and new concept vaccine design. At present, he is in charge of many major projects such as national major scientific research programs, 973, 863, and National Natural Science Foundation of China. He has published more than 40 papers in important SCI journals such as Lancet, Autophagy, J Virol., J Biol Chem., and has written 3 works including “Genetic Engineering” (Science Press).
3. Chen Mingzhou, male, born in 1973, PhD, professor, doctoral supervisor. He successively obtained bachelor and doctorate degrees from Huazhong Agricultural University in 1996 and 2002. From 2002 to 2009, he was engaged in postdoctoral research at the First University of Lyon in France and the Cleveland Clinical Hospital in the United States. He is currently the deputy director of the National Key Laboratory of Virology at Wuhan University and deputy director of the Department of Virology at the College of Life Science of Wuhan University. In 2013, he was awarded the “Outstanding Young Talents” Fund of Hubei Province. In 2014, he was selected by the Ministry of Education as “New Century Outstanding Talents” Support Plan. In 2018, he was sponsored by the National Outstanding Youth Science Fund. He has been engaged in the research of medical molecular virology for a long time, the main research directions including RNA virus replication, infection and pathogenic mechanism research and the development of new vaccines. He is currently presiding over many projects including the National Natural Science Foundation of China Key Projects. In the past five years, he has published 12 papers in international authoritative journals such as Cell Host & Microbe (2 articles) and Journal of Virology (5 articles) as independent corresponding authors. He is currently a member of the American Society of Virology, the American Society of Microbiology and the Chinese Society of Microbiology, a standing director of the Hubei Bioengineering Society, Associate Editor of the Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology and Editorial Board Member of Chinese Virology (English Version), and a reviewer for Virology and Journal of Virology.
4. Zhou Xi, male, born in 1979, PhD, researcher. He successively obtained the Bachelor of Science degree from the College of Life Science of Wuhan University in 2001 and the doctorate degree of the Univ. Of Texas MD Anderson UTHealth Graduate School of Biomedicine in 2008. He used to be professor, doctoral tutor and deputy director of the Department of Virology, School of Life Science, Wuhan University. He is currently the deputy director of the National Key Laboratory of Virology and the head of the RNA virology subject group. He won the National Outstanding Youth Science Foundation (2015), the Royal Society’s “Newton Senior Scholar” (2017), the National 863 Program Young Scientist (2014), Hubei Provincial Outstanding Youth Fund (2016), Wuhan University “Luojia Scholar” Distinguished Professor ( 2014), the Chinese Society of Microbiology and the French Mérieux Institute “Christopher Merieux Outstanding Youth Virology Award (First Prize)” (2013) and other honors. He mainly engaged in the research of the virus and host immune interaction mechanism, viral nucleic acid replication and pathogenic mechanism. At present, he is presiding over or participating in many topics such as national 973, 863, and National Natural Science Foundation of China. Since returning to work in 2011, he has published more than 20 papers in journals such as Immunity, Science Advances, PLOS Pathogens, Nucleic Acids Res., J Virol., J Biol Chem.
5. Liu Fang, female, born in 1969, PhD, associate professor. She obtained a bachelor’s degree in biology from Wuhan University in 1991, a master’s degree in applied microbiology from Wuhan Institute of Virology, Chinese Academy of Science in 1994, and a doctorate in medicine from Wuhan University in 2003. She used to be the deputy director of the Laboratory Department of Central South Hospital of Wuhan University and the director of the Office of National Key Laboratory of Virology of Wuhan University. She is currently the deputy director of the National Key Laboratory of Virology at Wuhan University. She also serves as Secretary-General of the Hubei Bioengineering Society and Deputy Director of the Biotechnology Research Center of the Wuhan Institute of Biotechnology. In 2009, she was awarded “Advanced Individual in Science and Technology Management Work of Wuhan University”, and in 2012, “Advanced Worker of Hubei Science and Technology Association System”. In 2016, she was awarded the “Excellent Science and Technology Management Worker” of Wuhan University and the “Technology Innovation Source Project” of Hubei Science and Technology Association. In 2017, she was awarded the “Fourth Hubei Provincial Advanced Science Worker”. She hosted and participated in a number of national scientific research projects such as the National Natural Science Foundation of China, the National Major Science and Technology Project, and “863”. She won 2 second prizes of Hubei Provincial Science and Technology Progress Award and 1 third prize of Hubei Province Natural Science Award. She has published more than 20 papers in various journals and magazines, and edited and participated in more than ten textbooks and reference books.
Then, based on these data, we will first sort out the relationship between these characters. We have marked the key points of the material in the above. Here is the excerpt.
Lan Ke, Director.
- Master’s degree in pathophysiology from Chongqing Medical University (under the doctoral supervisor Professor Fan Weike) in 1998
- Ph.D. in pathophysiology from Xiangya School of Medicine, Central South University (under the doctoral supervisor Prof. Yao Kaitai, an academician of the Chinese Academy of Science) in 2001
- Post-doctoral research in oncology and virology in the Department of Microbiology, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine (Professor Erle Robertson, Cooperative supervisor).
- In August 2006, he was hired to return to China as a researcher, doctoral tutor and research team leader of the Shanghai Pasteur Institute of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and mainly engaged in the study of tumor herpes virus infection and tumorigenic mechanism.
- From 2011 to 2016, he served as deputy director and secretary of the Discipline Inspection Commission of the Shanghai Institute of Pasteur of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.
- Since January 2017, he has served as the director of the National Key Laboratory of Virology.
Xiao Gengfu, Deputy Director
- Bachelor of Medicine from Tongji Medical College of Huazhong University of Science and Technology in 1989
- Master of Medicine from Tongji Medical College of Huazhong University of Science and Technology in 1992
- Ph.D. in Science (Virology), Wuhan University in 1999
- He used to be a professor, doctoral tutor and assistant of dean of the College of Life Sciences of Wuhan University. He is currently the deputy director of the National Key Laboratory of Virology, deputy secretary of the Party Committee, secretary of the Disciplinary Committee, deputy director of the Wuhan Institute of Virology, Chinese Academy of Science, and deputy director of the group of viral biochemistry subjects.
Chen Mingzhou, Deputy Director
- In 1996 and 2002, he obtained bachelor and doctorate degrees from Huazhong Agricultural University.
- From 2002 to 2009, he was engaged in postdoctoral research at the First University of Lyon in France and the Cleveland Clinical Hospital in the United States.
- In 2013, he won the Hubei Province “Young Outstanding Talents” fund
- He has been engaged in the research of medical molecular virology for a long time, his main research directions including RNA virus replication, infection and pathogenic mechanism research and the development of new vaccines.
Zhou Xi, Deputy Director
- In 2001, the Bachelor of Science, School of Life Sciences, Wuhan University
- In 2008, Ph.D. from Univ. Of Texas MD Anderson UT Health Biomedical Graduate School.
- He used to be professor, doctoral tutor and deputy director of the Department of Virology, School of Life Science, Wuhan University.
- He is currently the deputy director of the National Key Laboratory of Virology and the head of the RNA virology subject group.
Liu Fang, Deputy Director
- In 1991, Bachelor’s degree in biology from Wuhan University
- In 1994, Master of Science in Applied Microbiology, Wuhan Institute of Virology, Chinese Academy of Science
- In 2003, a doctorate degree from the Medical Department of Wuhan University
- He used to be the deputy director of the Laboratory Department of Central South Hospital of Wuhan University and the director of the Office of National Key Laboratory of Virology of Wuhan University.
It can be seen from the simple excerpt that the four deputy directors Xiao Gengfu, Chen Mingzhou, Zhou Xi, and Liu Fang are all members of the unit of the National Key Laboratory of Virology. We can understand it as an internal promotion, and, in fact, it is exactly in this way. Lan Ke, the only one, was transferred from other units. In the above data, some data is missing, therefore, we supplement these data through digging, and explain them one by one.
Lan Ke, Director.
- In 1998, Master’s degree in pathophysiology from Chongqing Medical University (under the doctoral supervisor Professor Fan Weike)
- In 2001, Ph.D. in pathophysiology from Xiangya School of Medicine, Central South University (under the doctoral supervisor Prof. Yao Kaitai, an academician of the Chinese Academy of Science)
- Post-doctoral research in oncology and virology in the Department of Microbiology, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine (Professor Erle Robertson, Cooperative supervisor).
- In August 2006, he was hired to return to China as a researcher, doctoral tutor and research team leader of the Shanghai Pasteur Institute of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and mainly engaged in the study of tumor herpes virus infection and tumorigenic mechanism.
- From 2011 to 2016, he served as deputy director and secretary of the Discipline Inspection Commission of the Shanghai Institute of Pasteur of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.
- Since January 2017, he has served as the director of the National Key Laboratory of Virology.
Xiao Gengfu, Deputy Director
- In 1989, Bachelor of Medicine from Tongji Medical College of Huazhong University of Science and Technology
- In 1992, Master of Medicine from Tongji Medical College of Huazhong University of Science and Technology
- In 1999, Ph.D. in Science (Virology), Wuhan University under the doctoral supervisor of Academician Tian Bo
- He used to be a professor, doctoral tutor and assistant of dean of the College of Life Sciences of Wuhan University. He is currently the deputy director of the National Key Laboratory of Virology, deputy secretary of the Party Committee, secretary of the Disciplinary Committee, deputy director of the Wuhan Institute of Virology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, and deputy director of the group of viral biochemistry subjects.
Conclusion: Lan Ke and Xiao Gengfu are both organizational – party people. They both studied under the two academicians Yao Kaitai and Tian Bo, and were selected by the organization. The appointment of their secretary of the Disciplinary Committee just illustrates this, and at the same time they are all members of the standing committee of the party committee of their unit. The story about Shanghai Pasteur where Lan Ke served was briefly mentioned in the expose materials of the first season. It will be explained in a later article. What is certain is that Lan Ke’s 2001-2006 period of post-doctoral research in oncology and virology at the Department of Microbiology at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine was not an individual behavior, but an organizational decision.
Note: Xiao Gengfu studied under academician Tian Bo. And Lan Ke under academician Yao Kaitai.
Chen Mingzhou, Deputy Director
- From 2002 to 2009, he was engaged in postdoctoral research at the First University of Lyon in France and the Cleveland Clinical Hospital in the United States.
- He has been working in the College of Life Sciences of Wuhan University since 2009 and entered the National Key Laboratory of Virology. So what is the Ph.D. degree of the young talent in 2002 who received the bachelor’s degree and Ph.D degree of Huazhong Agricultural University in 1996 and 2002? Why switch to clinical medicine and enter virus research work? We supplement the following information:
- 1992-1996: Huazhong Agricultural University, Soil and Plant Nutrition, Bachelor
- 1996-2002: Ph.D. in Microbiology, Huazhong Agricultural University
- 2002-2005: Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Infection and Immunology, First University of Lyon
- 2005-2009: Postdoctoral, Department of Molecular Genetics, Cleveland Clinical Hospital, USA
- 2009-present: Professor, National Key Laboratory of Virology, School of Life Science, Wuhan University
This is another trained person by the organization. That’s to say, he belongs to the organization.
In 2002, the Doctoral Supervisor of Chen Mingzhou’s doctoral thesis Research on Genetic Diversity and Phylogeny of Soybean Rhizobium of China is Zhou Junchu, who is a professor at Huazhong Agricultural University. He served as the deputy chairman of the Hubei Bioengineering Society, and enjoyed the state allowance with Qi Pengyi, who is also the chairman. So, he had the right to recommend his student to the organization in 2002. Then the person who finally decided to choose Chen Mingzhou should be academician Chen Huagui, a heavyweight like Tian Bo.
After graduation, Dr. Chen Mingzhou switched to engage in biomedical research. This cross-boundary means organizational arrangements. In the future, he is destined to work in this laboratory and is destined to serve as the deputy director in the future. I guess that the person who chose him is academician Chen Huagui, a leading figure in the field of microbiology in China.
Huazhong Agricultural University, abbreviated as Hua Agri, is a national key university under the direct control of the Ministry of Education of the People’s Republic of China, featuring life sciences, and coordinating development of agriculture, science, engineering, literature, law, economics and management. It is also a “coincidence” that it is the foot of Lion Rock.
Conclusion: Chen Mingzhou, a young talent cultivated and trusted by organization to make outstanding contributions.
Zhou Xi, Deputy Director
- In 2001, the Bachelor of Science, School of Life Science, Wuhan University
- In 2008, Ph.D. from Univ. Of Texas MD Anderson UTHealth Biomedical Graduate School.
- He used to be professor, doctoral tutor and deputy director of the Department of Virology, School of Life Sciences, Wuhan University.
Zhou Xi ’s resume can also be found on the website of the Wuhan Virology Institute. Since 2017, he has served as a researcher and doctoral supervisor at the Wuhan Institute of Virology of Chinese Academy of Sciences. He is currently the deputy director of the Molecular Virology Research Center and the head of the RNA virology discipline group.
Zhou Xi obtained the Department of Microbiology of Wuhan University College of Life Sciences (abbreviated as Wuda Academy of Sciences) in 1997 with excellent results. During his enrollment in university, Professor Qi Pengyi of Wuda Academy of Sciences had already established the “Hubei Bioengineering Society and assumed the chairman of the board. Note that the time at which Zhou Xi went to the United States for Master ’s and Doctor ’s Degrees is close to the time at which Chen Mingzhou, another student of the Society ’s chairman, went to France. In 2001, Zhou Xi went to the United States, and in 2002 Chen Mingzhou went to France. This is another amazing coincidence. More coincidentally, both Zhou Xi’s project to the United States and Chen Ming’s trip to France were fully funded by the “National Study Abroad Commission National Construction High-Level University Public Graduate Program”. The detailed dig about this project will not start here. From a memorial article of Zhou Xi, we know that he received the help and care of the Houston Alumni Association of the University of Wuhan during his stay in the United States, from the pick-up off the plane to his daily life. The largest Chinese alumni group in Houston is the Wuhan University Alumni Association, and at least half of its members are from the Wuhan University Academy of Sciences.
At this point, Zhou Xi should also be a young talent trained and supported by the organization, and return to China after study to work for the organization.
Liu Fang, Deputy Director
- In 1991, Bachelor’s degree in biology from Wuhan University
- In 1994, Master of Science in Applied Microbiology, Wuhan Institute of Virology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
- In 2003, a doctorate degree from the Medical Department of Wuhan University
- He used to be the deputy director of the Laboratory Department of Central South Hospital of Wuhan University and the director of the Office of National Key Laboratory of Virology of Wuhan University.
Before we dig specifically into her experience of Liu Fang, let’s take a look at what her job is about. The most important thing is that she obtained a master’s degree in applied microbiology physics from the Wuhan Institute of Virology in 1994 and a doctorate from the medical department. She used to be a doctor in the experience, that is, the deputy director of the laboratory of Central South Hospital of Wuhan University. We analyze her possible work from her published paper.
Medical Journal of Wuhan University
Note that there is a Chen Wei in a paper in 2001. Is this Chen Wei the major general Chen Wei?
All of the following paper is authored by Liu Fang.
As for what Liu Fang does, the following interpretation is from experts.
Expert interpretation: Liu Fang’s work
In a report in 2019, another identity of the deputy director was clearly revealed
For seventy years in the same boat, the original mission is to build the future Party Day Activities of the Party Branch of College of Life Sciences of Wuhan University Date: Oct. 25, 2019
On the afternoon of October 18, 2019, the Graduate Party Branch of the College of Life Science of Wuhan University organized a special themed party day event. The college party secretary Jiang Xingli, deputy secretary Song Junjie, deputy secretary Qin Zhengbao, graduate counselor Ai Tianjun, Yu Li and Liu Helian led the 60 graduate party representatives of the graduate party branch of the college to visit Wuhan University Celebration of the 70th Anniversary of the Founding of the People’s Republic of China “Wanlin Art Museum photo exhibition, listening to the stories of the 70-year-old Wuda and the motherland. College Party Committee members Zhao Jie, Tang Bing, Zhang Lei, Liu Fang, Yang Xue and some teacher representatives visited the exhibition together. Liu Fang, a member of the Party Committee of the Wuhan Institute of Biological Science, is also a person of organization.
So far, there are one current director and four deputy directors of the “National Key Laboratory of Virology”, all of them members of the organization. The resumes of two of them indicate that they have served as secretary of the Disciplinary Committee, including Liu Fang, and three members of the Party Committee Standing Committee. Therefore, after the large-scale replacement of personnel, the real controller of the National Key Laboratory of Virology is the organization.
We invite the predecessors of these five managers to come out and dig their resumes.
- 1978.09-1982.07 Wuhan University. Undergraduate Microbiology. Bachelor’s degree
- 1982.09-1985.07 Wuhan University. Graduate student of virology. Master’s degree
- 1984.09-1985.08 Institute of Microbiology of Chinese Academy of Sciences. Laboratory of Academician Tian Bo. Trainee graduate student
- 1985.09-1986.10 Lecturer, Department of Virology, Wuhan University
- 1986.10-1989.08 Visiting Scholar, Academician Miller Laboratory, University of Georgia, USA
- 1992.07-1993.04 Associate Researcher, University of Idaho, USA
- 1989.09-1992.07 University of Idaho, Biochemistry, Postgraduate, Ph.D.
- 1993.04-1996.08 Princeton University, major in molecular biology, postdoctoral
- 1996.08-1999.10 Princeton University, USA, researcher
- 1999.10-2002.02 Senior Researcher, Doramas Institute, USA
- 1999.12-present, School of Life Sciences, Wuhan University, second-level professor, doctoral tutor
- 2003.10-2006.03 Director of the Key Laboratory of Virology, Ministry of Education
- 2004.06-2006.04 Director, Department of Biotechnology, School of Life Sciences, Wuhan University
- 2006.04-2016.12 Director, National Key Laboratory of Virology
- 2010.10-present Wuhan Institute of Biotechnology, Deputy Dean
- 2011.11-present, Director of National and Local Joint Engineering Research Center for Viral Disease Prevention and Treatment Technology
There are some points needed to note.
1. As early as 1984-1985, he was already a trainee graduate student in the laboratory of Academician Tian Bo. Pay attention to the time and the word Trainee.
2. Tian Bo’s working place is the Institute of Microbiology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, which is basically the same as Guo Deyin’s reminiscence article. The institute is also Gao Fu’s work place, so Guo Deyin is also a graduate student of the Institute’s laboratory and a classmate of Wu.
3. The real time for Wu to return to China was in 2002, before SARS. The data shows that he has been working in the College of Life Sciences of Wuhan University since 1999. In other words, he was a specially appointed foreign expert from 1999 to 2002. He returned to Wuhan University in early 2002 and became the director of the laboratory after SARS in 2003.
Conclusion: The director of the laboratory has already been selected and prepared for his appearance. This director must be a person of organization.
Guo Deyin (source from Baidu Encyclopedia)
- 1985-1988 Graduate student of the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Science and the Institute of Microbiology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
- 1990-1991 German study at Tongji University German Department
- 1991-1995 PhD student, Department of Biology, Braunschweig University of Technology, Germany, Federal Biochemistry and Plant Virus Graduate Research Assistant
- 1996-2002 Postdoctoral Researcher, Institute of Biotechnology, University of Helsinki, Finland, docent (2001)
- 2002-Present Professor, School of Life Sciences, Wuhan University, Executive Director of Modern Virology Research Center, Deputy Dean (2004-2011),
- 2011-present Professor and Dean of School of Basic Medicine, Wuhan University, PI, Vice Dean of Medical Research Institute
- 2016-2020 Dean of School of Medicine, Sun Yat-sen University
Points needed to note.
1. Guo Deyin was a graduate student of the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences and a graduate student of the Chinese Academy of Sciences from 1985 to 1988. On the one hand, his experience with Wu Jianguo confirmed that he was a student of Tian Bo, and a classmate of Wu Jianguo. On the other hand, it also revealed that the trainee commission unit is the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, and this unit will built the northern P4 laboratory by the end of 2015. Well, this kind of cross-unit (Chinese Academy of Sciences, Academy of Agricultural Sciences) talent training is very common, but at least it shows that the plan for virus research and life medicine research began as early as 1985, and the aim wasn’t particularly clear at that time, perhaps it was really for scientific purposes.
2. The time at which Guo Deyin returned home is 2002, which is consistent with his memories, and his classmates. The difference is that he came back from Europe, but his classmates returned from the United States.
3. Note that Guo Deyin started as the leader of the School of Basic Medicine of Wuhan University in 2011. At this point in time, the current deputy director Liu Fang (then the office director of the laboratory) was now the deputy director of the Laboratory Department of Central South Hospital of Wuhan University. You can imagine what they were doing. The relationship between Wuhan University School of Basic Medicine and Wuhan University Central South Hospital is no longer dig by DT. Anyone familiar with the management system of university hospitals should understand, just like the relationship between Peking University School of Medicine and Peking University Affiliated People’s Hospital.
4. According to Baidu’s data, even after Guo Deyin was transferred to Sun Yat-sen University in 2016, he is still a professor and dean of the School of Basic Medicine of Wuhan University, PI and associate dean of the Medical Research Institute, a professor of the College of Life Sciences of Wuhan University and an executive director of the Modern Virology Research Center. Note that Shu Hongbing, Wu Jianguo, and Liu Fang remain in Wuhan University after 2016.
Conclusion: Guo Deyin not only is a person of organization, but also undertakes laboratory work after leaving Wuhan University.
Hu Zhihong (source from Baidu Encyclopedia)
- In 1986, she obtained a bachelor’s degree in virology from Wuhan University;
- In 1989, she received a Master of Science degree from the Wuhan Institute of Virology, Chinese Academy of Sciences.
- In 1998, she obtained a doctorate degree in virology from Wageningen Agriculture University (now Wageningen University) in the Netherlands.
- From Aug., 2000 to Sep.,2008. Director, Wuhan Institute of Virology, Chinese Academy of Science.
- She was selected by the “Hundred Talents Program” of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and a recipient of the National Outstanding Youth Fund. She is currently the deputy director of the National Key Laboratory of Virology and the head of the Disciplinary Group of Viral Functional Genomics and Viral Genetic Engineering. She also serves as a director of the Chinese Society of Microbiology, deputy director of the Chinese Academy of Microbiology’s Virology Committee, special editor of Science Bulletin, and editorial board member of Chinese Virology, Journal of Virology and other.
(The interpretation of Hu Zhihong and Chen Xinwen are put together. Only in this way can we see the problem.)
Chen Xinwen (data source from Baidu Encyclopedia)
- 1982-1986 Bachelor Department of Biology of Huazhong Normal University.
- 1986-1988 Master’s degree of Henan University of Technology
- From Sep.,1992 to Jun., 1997 Assistant Researcher in Wuhan Institute of Virology of Chinese Academy of Science
- 1997-2001, PhD, Department of Virus, Wageningen University, Netherlands
- From Sep.,1998 to Jun., 2000 Deputy Director of the Joint Open Laboratory of Invertebrate Virology, Wuhan Institute of Virology, Chinese Academy of Science
- 2000.09-present Researcher, Wuhan Institute of Virology, Chinese Academy of Science
- 2002 Joint Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley
- 2002.09-Present Doctoral Supervisor, Wuhan Institute of Virology, Chinese Academy of Science
- Sep., 2003 -Jun.,2004 Assistant Director, Wuhan Institute of Virology, Chinese Academy of Science
- Mar.,2004 -Sep.,2008 Deputy Director, Wuhan Institute of Virology, Chinese Academy of Science
- Sep.,2008 -Oct.,2018 Director of Wuhan Institute of Virology, Chinese Academy of Science
- 2018.11-present President, Guangzhou Institute of Biomedicine and Health, Chinese Academy of Science
When we put together the resumes of Hu Zhihong and Chen Xinwen, we will find the clues covered up by this messy arrangement of Baidu Encyclopedia. This is also the status quo of many materials or news on the Internet. It is talking about some actual situations, but it is so messed up that you cannot see the connection. Although the above information comes from Baidu, we have sorted out the order.
A. Hu Zhihong and Chen Xinwen are alumni of a university and come from a department, which is Department of Virus, Wageningen University, Netherlands. Hu Zhihong received a PhD degree in virology from Wageningen Agriculture University (now Wageningen University) in the Netherlands in 1998. Chen Xinwen, from 1997 to 2001, received Ph.D at Department of Virology, Wageningen University, Netherlands. If Hu Zhihong obtained her Ph.D in four year from, then from 1997 to 1998 these two were colleagues and alumni. DT doesn’t want to gossip about the relationship between the two.
B. Hu Zhihong entered Wuhan Institute of Virology and studied to obtain a master’s degree in 1986 after receiving a bachelor’s degree in virology from Wuhan University. In 1989, she obtained a master of science in virology from the Institute of Virology. Based on her experience, she can be said to be a student of Tian Bo. As for whether she was one of the three graduate students to assist Shu Hongbing’s work offered by Tian Bo mentioned in Guo Deyin’s article. Although no evidence was found, it can be judged from Xiao Gengfu’s experience that she was one of them. Chen Xinwen graduated with a master’s degree in 1992 and joined the Wuhan Institute of Virology. He was promoted to associate researcher in 1997. Like Hu Zhihong, he went to the Netherlands to study for a Ph.D while still hold the job and returned to work after graduation. Note that such targeted training must be an organizational arrangement, and any individuals and the Wuhan Institute of Virology have no right to decide. The choice of these two people must be related to people at the same level of Tian Bo. Of course, Chen Xinwen and Hu Zhihong must also be people of organization. They are second-level people like Guo Deyin, Wu Jianguo, and Shu Hongbing.
C. The experience of these two people not only determines the deputy director of the National Key Laboratory of Virology, but also involves the director of the Wuhan Institute of Virology and the future layout of the main managers of the P4 laboratory. Please pay attention to the director experience of Hu Zhihong and Chen Xinwen: Hu Zhihong returned to China in 1998, and served as the director of the virus in 2000. In 2003, she received instructions from Chen Zhu to start the project report of the P4 laboratory and to transfer to Yuan Zhiming to return to China to build a P4 laboratory. In 2008, she resigned as the director of the Wuhan Institute of Virology to be replaced by Chen Xinwen. Chen Xinwen returned from the Netherlands in 2001. Note that in 2002, Chen Xinwen was a joint Ph.D. at the University of California, Berkeley. In 2002, there was another person in the United States -Yuan Zhiming, who was later responsible for preparing the P4 laboratory. Therefore, the appearance of these two people in the United States must not be accidental. After Yuan Zhiming was transferred back to the Wuhan Institute of Virology, he accompanied Chen Zhu to investigate in Europe and then served as the deputy director. It was not decided by the Party Committee of the Wuhan Institute of Virology, but ordered by the superior leadership. The issuer of this order is implied from the presentation of the data, but it is definitely not Chen Zhu. Chen Zhu ’s task is only as a first-level character instruction. Although he knew some of the core secrets, the order he issued did not comply with the organizational procedures, and the fact that in France he could not enter the confidential room to draft documents with Yuan Zhiming and send this detail proved this point. So, who issued the order? To whom did the report drafted by Yuan Zhiming in the confidential room be sent?
D. Therefore, the director of the Wuhan Institute of Virology was Hu Zhihong, and her term of office was 2000-2008. Chen Xinwen, returned to China in September 2002, and served as a doctoral tutor at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, Chinese Academy of Sciences; from September 2003 to June 2006, he served as assistant director of the Wuhan Institute of Virology, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Director of Wuhan Institute of Virology, Academy of Sciences. In October 2018, this position was transferred to Wang Yanyi, the wife of Shu Hongbing, another disciple of Academician Tian Bo, and everything was reasonable. Judging from this line, Hu Zhihong’s appointment, Chen Xinwen’s appointment and Chen Xinwen, Yuan Zhiming’s trip to the United States, and Hu Zhihong and Chen Xinwen’s study trip to Europe, all of this is for the purpose of P4 laboratory. This is also organizational arrangement. What about Wang Yanyi’s appointment in October 2018? What is that for? Don’t forget, we have revealed in the previous article, pay attention to the time point of 2018, that in 2018, the CCP declared war on the United States through an article promoting the achievements and spirit of the construction of the P4 laboratory. So, at this point in time, understanding the resignation of Chen Xinwen and Wang Yanyi has deeper meaning, but this is definitely not a corruption of nepotism hyped by mainstream media, but an obvious signal that war has begun. We will reveal this in the final chapter.
Well, so far, we can conclude that all the 9 main managers in the National Key Laboratory of Virology are the people of organization and seem to perform a top-secret task, and the core of this task is the P4 laboratory, or to prepare for the completion of the P4 laboratory.
It is worth noting that whether the management team of the “National Key Laboratory of Virology” or the term of the academic committee, their tenure is both five years. And in the first and second terms of office, the main managers have not been adjusted. The adjustment significance of the academic committee has been pointed out earlier. This arrangement, which is consistent with the adjustment of the term of office of the national leader (change of office), is worth pondering and is rare in other laboratories. The purpose is obvious that is to ensure the stability of this team and research work! Because this task is the core secret of CCP and their core character. It is precisely these abnormalities and the nepotism of the personnel that give us a real glimpse of the people on the first level, of the people who issued the order, and of the core secret.
For the convenience of subsequent dig, we make relevant information of these 9 people into the following three tables.
This simple table is very important, because it reveals the source of P3 experiment staff and the direction of the final transfer. It also reveals the true purpose of the laboratory research under the supervision of School of Life Science of Wuhan University and the true purpose of the supporting unit layout of School of Life Science of Wuhan University, School of Basic Medicine of Wuhan University, and the Wuhan Institute of Virology. The purpose is definitely not for scientific research, but a top-secret task under the control of the organization, and these 9 people are the performers of this top-secret task. And we have every reason to believe that the two artificial viruses of classical swine fever coronavirus and new coronavirus are produced here. Let ’s evolves this table again, demonstrating the characters that appear in each unit in order of timeline.
It should be noted that the presence of these people in College of Life Science of Wuhan University is actually equivalent to working for the P3 laboratory of the National Key Laboratory of Virology, which has been shown in the dig materials above. Secondly, the arrangement of director and deputy director seems to be more of a kind of leadership relationship determination, but this arrangement is not determined by Wuhan University or College of Life Science of Wuhan University. This can be shown from the list of academic committees. Therefore, the professorship and leadership positions of the College of Life Science of Wuhan University have another layer of significance, which is to cultivate talents. We will reveal this in detail in the next part. The third point is that the unit flow of such personnel has shown the core position of the P4 laboratory, that is, the core position of the relying the Wuhan Institute of Virology, explaining further the importance of the director of the Wuhan Institute of Virology. Therefore, the positions of Hu Zhihong, Chen Xinwen, and Wang Yanyi are very important, and the time of their appointment is also very important. Then, the appointment of Chen Xinwen and Guo Deyin is a promotion reward outwardly, but DT believes that there is another layer of significance. So why is there a director transferred from Shanghai Pasteur? Why both deputy directors are transferred to Guangzhou? What is the intrigue behind this? This is worth pondering. All we know is that Guangzhou is very close to Hong Kong. Well, let the bullets fly for a while.
Then from the table above there is a line of personnel movement: the earliest relevant personnel appeared in 1982, when Hu Zhihong was studying for a bachelor’s degree in the Wuhan Institute of Virology. Before SARS in 2003, Guo Deyin, Wu Jianguo, Xiao Gengfu , Chen Xinwen, Liu Fang and Zhou Xi appeared one after another. Among them, Hu Zhihong, Chen Xinwen, and Liu Fang were directly from the Wuhan Institute of Virology, while Guo Deyin and Wu Jianguo were students of Tian Bo, Zhou Xi was a disciple of College of Life Sciences of Wuhan University, and the relationship among the College of Life Science of Wuhan University and the Wuhan Institute of Virology and Tian Bo need not be expressed again (Detailed in a later article). That is to say, from the appearance time of these key figures and the nepotism, it must be a deliberate arrangement, otherwise it will not be so precise and coincidental. The key point of this deliberate arrangement is the P3 laboratory. From the previous articles, we can conclude that the establishment of the P3 laboratory and the development of related scientific research are all for the P4 laboratory of the Wuhan Institute of Virology. That is to say, the preparation work of the P4 laboratory is on the one hand the construction work led by Yuan Zhiming, deputy director of the Wuhan Institute of Virology, but on the other hand the real large force and core are the P3 laboratory, which is doing a long time preparation of 10 years. So we found three main lines here: the first is the overlap of the experiences of Guo Deyin and Liu Fang, of which the DT guess that it is related to viral human experiments or human virus sampling. The second is College of Life Sciences of Wuhan University, including Guo Deyin, Wu Jianguo and Zhou Xi. DT guess that this is the main force of the research. The third is the Wuhan Institute of Virology gang of Hu Zhihong, Liu Xinwen and Xiao Gengfu, which should be a strategic support force. Among them, Xiao Gengfu was transferred from College of Life Sciences of Wuhan University to the Wuhan Institute of Virology in 2009. Liu Fang was promoted to deputy director and the intensive adjustment of the academic committee in 2010, which is worthy of attention. So another key time point should also be surfaced that, plus the 3 time points we mentioned earlier, a total of 4 time points are all clear: 2003 SARS, 2009-2010, 2016 swine fever experiment, and 2018. According to these four key time points and the changes in personnel, and the fact that the P4 laboratory has nothing to do with SARS, if Wuhan new coronavirus is a biochemical weapon developed by the CCP, then it will certainly be produced here, and eventually it will be synthesized in the laboratory. And the person who made it in the laboratory must be the team of College of Life Sciences of Wuhan University. Based on this, it isn’t surprising that Mr. Miles Guo exposed that the key person in the virus production was Guo Deyin. And this does not conflict with what he said that the virus originated from the P4 laboratory, because the laboratory itself is just a shell of hardware. It is the human who makes it really alive, and the person who controls it determines its purpose. So the series of coronavirus weapons was born in this P3 laboratory, and the P4 laboratory will be used as a real virus weapon production factory.
Then, Guo Deyin’s meaningful sentence in his article that the three graduate students were provided by Mr. Tian Bo to Rao Hongbing is worth paying attention to. First one is Wang Yanyi, second one is Xiao Gengfu, and the remaining one is not Hu Zhihong. Who is that is worth pondering?
From this table, we can see that Wu Jianguo, Xiao Gengfu, Liu Fang, and Zhou Xi all have the learning experience of Wuhan University, meaning that these four people are alumni of Wuhan University. Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Huazhong Normal University, and Huazhong Agricultural University are all located in Wuhan, which means that Chen Xinwen, Chen Mingzhou, and Xiao Gengfu University studies were also completed in Wuhan. Hu Zhihong and Liu Fang have the same experience in the Wuhan Institute of Virology. This academic nepotism is clear at a glance, and it also shows the importance of the P3 laboratory. It is necessary to maintain its stability and the security of research work through this nepotism, which is also a consistent requirement for confidentiality in the organization.
3. Timetable of studying abroad of the P3 laboratory management team
Among them, Wu Jianguo, Chen Xinwen, Hu Zhihong, Chen Mingzhou, and Zhou Xi have the learning experience in the United States, and Chen Xinwen, Guo Deyin, Hu Zhihong, and Chen Mingzhou have the learning experience in Europe. According to the data, Xiao Gengfu and Liu Fang have no overseas study experience. Zhou Xi has the longest time studying in the United States from 2001 to 2011, spanning 10 years. While Chen Xinwen, Hu Zhihong, and Chen Mingzhou had the experience of going to Europe and the United States at the same time, and Guo Deyin had two experiences of studying in Europe. If this experience is just a choice for personal career development and has nothing to do with the organization’s arrangement, that must be strange.
Then on the basis of these three forms, we present the last form and ask experts to interpret it for us.
Among them, Zhou Xi not only did not change his tutor during the doctorate and post-doctorate period (it is a tradition to change post-doctoral tutor in academia), but also published only three articles in the journal Biochemical Journal, which has an impact factor of less than 5.
And in 2011, he returned to Wuhan University as an associate professor and doctoral tutor. This only shows that his return to the country is organized and arranged.
The truth is already there, you haven’t found it.
Part 2 Rao Zihe
Okay, it’s time to talk about this Rao Zihe. DT only established a connection between Rao Zi and Zhao Yongfang ’s death, not to create conspiracy theories and hot spots, but to dig the truth behind this strange report in the media inside the firewall (in mainland China). DT believes that the information publishers inside the wall must be certain and believes that the information is true, and Guo Deyin believes that his colleagues in the viral field will understand his memoirs, and the Communist Party ’s propaganda department believes that the US intelligence department will read and understand his article of the Party’s war declaration. Therefore, Zhao Yongfang ’s death is not important. What is important is that Zhao Yongfang ’s death attracts attention and it leads us to pay attention to Rao Zihe and the Institute of Biophysics of the Chinese Academy of Science.
Rao Zihe, (September 1950-present), a native of Nanjing, Jiangsu, a molecular biophysical and structural biologist of the People’s Republic of China, an academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, a vice chairman of the Tianjin Municipal CPPCC, and former president of Nankai University.
- He graduated from the University of Science and Technology of China in 1977 and received a master’s degree from the Graduate School of the Chinese Academy of Science in 1982. He studied under the structural biologist Mr. Liang Dongcai. Later, he went to Australia to study for a doctorate. In 1989, he obtained a doctorate from the University of Melbourne. Later, he went to the David Stuart laboratory of Oxford University in the United Kingdom for postdoctoral research. During that period, he had published papers in Nature and Cell. During his stay in the UK, Rao also served as the chairman of the China Academic Association of UK.
- In 1997, he returned to Tsinghua University from Oxford and founded the Tsinghua University Laboratory of Structural Biology (now Tsinghua-Nankai-Biophysics Joint Laboratory), where he is the Director and Professor. During his ten years of teaching at Tsinghua University, he served as class teacher and mentor of undergraduate students, and was awarded the Tsinghua University’s “Mentor and Friend” award, and in 2003, he was also the Director of the Institute of Biophysics of the Chinese Academy of Science.
- In 2006, Rao Zihe became President of Nankai University. During his tenure, Rao brought in a number of overseas returnees, replaced the deans of 14 colleges, led to the cooperation between Nankai University and the PLA General Hospital, and signed a cooperation agreement with the Jinghai County People’s Government to plan the construction of a new campus of Nankai University in Jinghai. However, the new campus was eventually located in Jinan District . In January 2011, Rao Zihe left Nankai University and was added to Vice Chairman of the Tianjin Political Consultative Conference.
Upon his return to China, Rao has published several academic papers as a correspondent author in Cell and Nature. He was awarded the Tan Kah Kee Science Prize for his breakthrough work on the three-dimensional fine structure of the mitochondrial membrane protein complex II, and the Trieste Science Prize, the highest prize of the Third World Academy of Science, for his outstanding contribution to basic research on SARS. In January 2018, he was elected as a member of the 13th National Committee of the Chinese Political Consultative Conference.
This concise information from Wikipedia removes the veils of Rao Zihe. We focus on the following: A. Rao Zihe graduated from the University of Science and Technology of China in 1997 and enrolled in the Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Science under the supervision of structural biologist Liang Dongcai, i.e., he was already present at the Institute of Biophysics of Chinese Academy of Science in 1977 (where he was supervised); B. He went to Australia in 1982 for his PhD; C. He went to Oxford University in 1989 for his postdoctoral research after receiving his PhD from University of Melbourne. D. He returned to Tsinghua University in 1997 and founded the Tsinghua University Laboratory of Structural Biology. E. He was also the Director of the Institute of Biophysics of the Chinese Academy of Science in 2003. We will dig from these four areas.
This 2010 article, published on the website of the Center for Excellence and Innovation in Molecular Cell Science of the Chinese Academy of Science, basically proves the academic status of Liang Dongcai. He was Rao Zihe’s master degree mentor.
In a search of the Chinese Academy of Science’s academician database, we learned some information of supervisor and academian Liang Dongcai. Liang Dongcai (center in the picture) with his mentor Prof. Tidaygorodrotsky (left) and Prof. Struchkov after receiving his associate doctorate from the USSR Academy of Science in Moscow in March 1960.
Liang Dongcai, a molecular biophysicist, was born on 29 May 1932 in Guangzhou, Guangdong Province. He graduated from the Department of Chemistry of Zhongshan University in 1955. He graduated from the Institute of Elemental Organic Compounds of the USSR Academy of Science in 1960 with an associate doctorate.He was elected a member of the Third World Academy of Science in 1985. He was elected a member of the Third World Academy of Science and researcher at the Institute of Biophysics of the Chinese Academy of Science in 1985. He was elected as a member of the Chinese Academy of Science in 1980
In the early 1960s, he measured the crystal structure of a group of organisms and, together with his collaborators, established the first computer program library for crystal structure analysis in China. In the late 1960s, he participated in the determination of the crystal structure of porcine insulin as one of the principal investigator. Since 1980, he has chaired the 3D Insulin Structure and Function Research Group, which has reached the international advanced level with its 1.2-E insulin structure modification and 1.5-E B-bonded carboxyl-terminal depentapeptide insulin structure determination. Seventeen insulin and derivatives have been measured in three dimensions, and some results have been obtained in the early 1990s in the study of the three-dimensional structure and function of algal photoproteins.
We found a detailed record of the teacher-student relationship between Rao Zihe and his mentor, Liang Dongzai, in an interview conversation:
Mr. Liang Dongcai is a Ph.D. graduate of the Institute of Physics of the Chinese Academy of Science returning from the Soviet Union. Before the Cultural Revolution, he was sent to the laboratory of Dr. Hodgkin, a Nobel laureate at Oxford University, as a biological macromolecular talent to be trained by the state. Upon his return, Mr. Liang organized a group of young people to set up an insulin structure laboratory, and Mr. Liang is already a young authority. A very active group of people in the insulin research group are University of Science and Technology alumni as well as some from other schools. The Cultural Revolution came in ’68. Mr. Liang was a two-fold man: He is regarded as social imperialist because he returned from Soviet Union, an imperialist because he came back from UK. It was said that Mr. Liang was deported to Hainan Island as a painter. Because the authority was removed, a lot of the work in the insulin group was done by young people in their twenties, mailnly college students. Of course, there are also students from Peking University and Nankai University.
My academic experience began with an undergraduate internship at the Institute of Biophysics. Mr. Liang came back from Guangdong to lead the research group, and I was graduate studnt under him. Many teachers left a deep impression on me during the eight years when I worked and studied at the Biophysics Institute. I did an excellent job in those eight years, publishing more than a dozen articles, which was relatively high on the list of biophysical institutes, at the time. That research experience, following Mr. Liang and the other teachers at the Institute of Biophysics, was an experience that I cherished very much, because back then (the conditions were tough) computers still had paper tapes with punched holes. We had to programm by ourselves and go to use the computer at night. At that time the British Royal Society sent David Stuart from Oxford to do post-doctoral work with Mr. Liang. We worked in the same laboratory and use computer together, stay up all night together. He stayed in the Friendship Hotel and rode his bike to and from the lab.
We had significant impact with each other. He went back to Oxford later.
According to these two statements, Rao Zihe met Liang Dongcai during his pre-baccalaureate internship at the Institute of Biophysics in 1977, and thus became Liang’s master’s student. During that time, they worked with David Stuart of Oxford University as a postdoctoral fellow of Liang Dongcai, and formed a deep friendship. In 1997, he returned to Tsinghua University and became the Director of the Institute of Biophysics, Chinese Academy of Science in 2003. You can see in this article that Rao Zihe’s life trajectory and academic experience was greatly influenced by Liang Dongcai, which makes you understand why Rao Zihe was able to be elected as an additional member of the Chinese Academy of Science in 2003: not only you are required belong to the organization(the Party), but you also need strong nepotism.
The following article details the importance of Rao Zihe in the field of protein crystal research to China, and of course the nepotism behind it, without which I believe Rao Zihe would be a different person.
Chinese power of cell “power plant”
An understanding of the respiratory streptavidin complex in mitochondria, the “powerhouse” that provides energy to cells, has been “corrected” by Chinese scientists. A joint research team consisting of scholars from Tsinghua University’s Institute of Life Science and Medicine and the Institute of Biophysics of the Chinese Academy of Science has been the first in the world to unravel the three-dimensional fine structure of a membrane protein complex on mitochondria, which is closely related to respiratory oxidation. This flowery protein structure confirms that the membrane protein complex is a “transmembrane protein complex” rather than the “peripheral membrane protein” described in traditional textbooks. The morning of July 2, Academian Rao Zihe told this newspaper reporter the story behind the above major scientific discoveries.
A 10-year time coordinate.
Cell is one of the most important international academic journals in the life sciences. The July 1 issue of Cell also featured four research papers with Chinese scientists as correspondent authors, the four correspondent authors and their organizations are:
Yang Wei – Laboratory of Molecular Biology, National Institute of Diabetes, Digestive and Liver Diseases, United States.
Rao Zihe – Joint Research Group on Structural Biology, Institute of Biophysics, Chinese Academy of Science, and Tsinghua University
Gu Wei – Institute of Cancer Genetics, Columbia University School of Medicine and Surgery, USA.
Wang Xiaodong – Howard Hughes Medical Institute and University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, USA
This is a landmark discovery in the field of mitochondrial respiratory chain research, and the first complete publication of original research done locally by Chinese scientists in 25 years in The Cell. Academician Rao Zihe is the head of the project, he described this success as a “singing robin” of fundamental research in China.
Chinese scientists are playing an increasingly important role in the world of life sciences. The paper published in Cell on July 1 comes exactly 10 years after Rao published his first paper in Cell as first author in 1995, with the difference that the former work was done at the University of Oxford in the UK, while the latter was done in his own laboratory in China.
Rao Zihe is proud of this work. He said that the structural analysis of membrane proteins has always been considered a difficult task. Mitochondrial membrane protein complex II is one of the few membrane protein structures available in the world. Their work is authentic “Made in China”. This is also the second membrane protein in China after the light-trapping protein complex II obtained by biophysics institute of the Chinese Academy of Science last year, marking China’s structural biology research at the world’s advanced level.
A membrane protein closely related to respiration.
Aerobic respiration is the main form of respiration in animals and plants, and it refers to the process by which cells, with the participation of oxygen, thoroughly oxidize and decompose organic matter such as sugars through the catalytic action of enzymes, producing carbon dioxide and water, while releasing a large amount of energy. Mitochondria are “power plants” that provide energy to cells, in which oxidation is accomplished by four respiratory chain membrane protein complexes (complexes I, II, III, and IV) on the mitochondrial inner membrane. Since the 1950s, the structural analysis of these four membrane protein complexes has become a hot topic in the biological community and the focus of many research groups.
Xu Jianxing, a researcher at the Institute of Biophysics, Chinese Academy of Science, has long been involved in mitochondrial function research, and in early 2002 he wanted to collaborate with Rao Zihe on the crystal structure of the respiration-related membrane protein complex II. Rao found the project interesting and worthy of a try, so he assigned it to his PhD student Sun Fei and others. They attempted to use pig hearts as raw materials to extract membrane protein complex II for crystallization exploration. But two years have passed and no progress has been made. Rao Zihe encouraged his students that doing research often means turning what is impossible today into what is possible tomorrow and perseverance is required.
In early 2003, Rao Zihe was appointed Director of the Institute of Biophysics by the Chinese Academy of Science, which greatly facilitated the integration of the research forces of the Structural Biology Laboratory of Tsinghua University and the State Key Laboratory of Biological Macromolecules of the Institute of Biophysics. Unity is strength. They did a lot of experimentation and kept trying different methods. After crystallization, crystal quality optimization, high-resolution data collection, phase analysis, electron density map interpretation and structure modification, the fine structure of the membrane protein complex consisting of four different proteins was finally determined. The q-shaped structure, which is like a flower, is the first time that the fine three-dimensional structure of the membrane protein Mitochondrial Complex II, which is composed of four different proteins, has been successfully analyzed in the world.
The researchers also found five charged amino acids and two polar amino acids in the tail of the complex, confirming that the complex is a transmembrane protein complex and not a “peripheral membrane protein” as described in textbooks.
Many human diseases such as chromophilic cell tumors, paraneoplastic ganglion tumors and Lee’s disease mostly manifest as neurological disorders caused by oxygen radicals, the production of which is related to the leakage of electrons in the mitochondrial complex II. Experts believe that the resolution of the structure of the mitochondrial complex II provides a realistic and reliable model for studying human mitochondrial diseases associated with this complex.
Rao said the discovery was made on the basis of more than 40 years of research in protein crystallography in China, and is also the result of stable national support for basic research in recent years.
“The best electron density map of insulin crystals is in Beijing, not Oxford.”
The landmark discovery by British chemist Dorothy Hodgkin that pepsin possesses perfect crystals via X-rays in the early 1930s started an era of biocrystallographic research. Hodgkin determined the structure of penicillin in 1949 and vitamin B12 in 1957, for which he won the 1964 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Hodgkin has enthusiastically supported and assisted scientific research in China. Several of our leading scientists in insulin research, such as Liao Hongying, Tang Youqi and Liang Tongtsai, worked in her laboratory at the University of Oxford and were carefully mentored by her.
In the early 20th century, only a few physicists in China, such as Hu Fugang, Ye Qisun, and Wu Youxun, who had done X-ray research abroad, recognized the importance of X-ray crystallography。 In 1965, Chinese scientists successfully synthesized crystalline bovine insulin for the first time. The Chinese Academy of Science and the Ministry of Education decided to use this as an opportunity to conduct research on protein crystallography in China. Liang Dongshi, Lin Zhengjiong and Wang Jiahuai from the Institute of Biophysics, Chinese Academy of Science, Li Pengfei, Fan Haifu and Dai Jinbi from the Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Science, and Tang Youqi and Gu Hsiaocheng from Peking University participated in the collaboration and obtained crystallographic measurements with resolutions of 2.5 and 1.8 angstroms in 1971 and 1972 respectively. Hodgkin first announced internationally that Chinese scientists had resolved the structure of bovine insulin. In 1972 she announced at the International Congress of Crystallography in Tokyo, Japan: “The level of protein crystallography research in China is as high as in the developed world! The best electron density map for insulin crystals is in Beijing, not Oxford.” In 1975, she published an article in the British journal Nature titled “Insulin Research in China,” in which she wrote, “This graph from the Beijing group with a resolution of 1.8 angstroms is by far the most accurate … and may remain so for a long time to come.” With her active promotion, the Chinese National Crystal Society joined the International Crystal Society in 1978.
Following the successful resolution of the insulin crystal structure, the Chinese Academy of Science embarked on a study of the protein crystal structure of smallpox powder. Smallpox is a valuable medicinal asset in our country. In May 1978, the Institute of Biophysics of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Fujian Institute of Material Structure and Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry completed the low resolution and 2.6Å resolution crystal structure determination of smallpox powder and established the first international molecular model of ribosome inactivating protein. After that, the development of protein crystallography in our country entered into a stable period.
Traced back to the same origin, breaking through with accumulation.
In 1976, as a biophysics student at the University of Science and Technology of China (USTC), Rao Zihe went to do a dissertation in the then most active insulin structure research group in Beijing, which was a golden opportunity for him. In 1979, he became the first student of Liang Dongzai. During his postgraduate studies, he met David Stuart, then a member of the Royal Society and a professor at the University of Oxford, who was sent by the Royal Society to follow him as a postdoc. This encounter led to Rao Zihe receiving his PhD from the University of Melbourne in 1989 and later working with Professor Stuart at the University of Oxford in the UK for 8 years.
At the University of Oxford, Rao Zihe did some substantial work, most importantly, to determine the crystal structure of the HIV matrix antigen, which the editors of the journal Nature described as the world’s “first model for the assembly of HIV molecules, providing a platform for anti-HIV drug research”. After some academic success, he developed a desire to return to his home country. In 1995, he drafted a proposal for the development of structural biology in China, which was forwarded to the relevant departments in China, and expressed the idea of returning to China for development. In the summer of 1996, President Wang Dazhong of Tsinghua University visited the United Kingdom and approved the report of Rao Zihe’s report of “Developing Structural Biology in China and Establishing a Laboratory of Structural Biology at Tsinghua University”, and decided to invest 4 million RMB to purchase advanced laboratory equipment, including a set of X-ray diffraction devices.
In September 1996, Rao Zihe started the work of founding a structural biology laboratory at Tsinghua University. He captured the historical opportunity of “science and education to revitalize the country” and “create a first-class university”, and received support from the “Tenth Five-Year Plan”, “985 Plan”, “973” project and many National Natural Science Foundation projects.
When Rao Zihe decided to try to resolve the structure of the respiratory chain complex II in early 2002, he wasn’t quite sure if and when he could make it, and knew that it was more likely to be unsuccessful. As a result, he did not request funding support for this project. Rao Zihe said, “The results of our research today are based on the accumulation of many years of work by our predecessors’ biophysicists, and this result also proves that our strategic measures to focus on basic research have been very effective, and that the basic research environment in China today allows scientists to dare to challenge problems, work hard, and produce excellent results that are recognized by the international academic community.”
Building a national protein scientific research platform
The puzzle of the analysis of human protein structure has undergone a journey of beginnings and soaring. The chemist Max F. Perutz, who spent 23 years resolving the first hemoglobin structure, won the 1962 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Rao Zihe said interestingly that if resolving one protein structure in the 1960s would have won a Nobel Prize, resolving one protein structure in the 1970s would have made world news; resolving one protein structure in the 1980s would have landed a professorship; resolving one protein structure in the 1990s would usually have earned a PhD; and today, a PhD student may be able to resolve multiple protein structures, but often cannot graduate without an in-depth study of their structure and function.
The post-genomic era has led to the rise of structural genomics, which was defined in 2004 by the first International Conference on Structural Genomics, held in Huntington, UK, as the elucidation of the structural properties of all biological macromolecules of an organism at the atomic level, with the main objective of studying the three-dimensional structure, function and relationships between proteins at large scale and at high speed, mainly for expressions of human genome sequences. The way structural biologists work has fundamentally changed.
Chinese scientists captured the opportunity in time. Under the promotion of Mr. Liang Dongcai, a predecessor of structural biology, structural genomics research was officially launched in China in 2001. Liang Dongcai was still actively working at the Institute of Biophysics, Chinese Academy of Science. Rao Zihe has devoted his main efforts to building a national protein science research platform based on the Institute of Biophysics. He hopes that this platform can promote China’s full access to the frontier of international protein scientific research, cultivate China’s protein scientific research talents, and make first-class research results. At present, the Protein Science Research Platform of the Chinese Academy of Sciences is in its first phase of operation.
From Monday to Friday, Rao Zihe worked most of the time at the Biophysics Institute, and returned to his lab at Tsinghua University in the evenings and on weekends. As director, he needs to lead the discipline development of the Institute of Biophysics of the Chinese Academy of Science with strategic scientist’s level. As research group leader, he needs to do the research work of the laboratory. The most gratifying thing about the successful structural analysis of Compound II is that the work was done entirely in his own country’s laboratory and has been recognized by the international community. Rao Zihe is confident about the future, saying, “There is no doubt that Chinese protein structure research will become a major force in the world.” Now, his research group has initiated the exploration of the last respiratory chain membrane protein complex I. (Reporter of this newspaper Wang Danhong)
From this article we can see that the real influences on protein structure research in China at that time were Zhao Liangcai and his student Rao Zihe, and that behind them were the supposed Nobel Prize winning British woman chemist Dorothy Hodgkin and the University of Oxford. For Zhao Liangcai, the two former Soviet doctoral supervisors are no longer important, but this experience of studying in the Soviet Union in the 1960s is important.
So with the three questions of A, D and E basically solved, let’s look at B. 1982, when he went to Australia for his PhD, to see what he was studying and why he went to Australia.
In June 1985, Rao Zihe went to the University of Melbourne School of Medicine in Australia to pursue PhD degree in biophysics and structural biology. In another article, full details were disclosed: “Rao Tzu and “Mastering Life”
This article explains some of the details of Rao Zihe’s trip to Australia. He was influenced by the trend of studying abroad at that time. In 1983, he was invited by Professor Neil Isaac of the University of Melbourne School of Medicine and received a scholarship. However, he did not get approval from his supervisor, and was not allowed to study in Australia until 1984, when the professor asked Liang Dongcai in person. The author of the second paragraph describes that Rao Zihe was thinking about the child’s education. There is nothing wrong with the facts, but the reason for Rao’s two trips is wrong, it was definitely not his personal decision to go to Australia, nor was it his personal decision to go to England. Like several of the directors of the Wuhan P3 laboratory, it was also arranged by the organization. Rao Zihe’s experience of going to Australia reminded DT of another person, “Wang Linfa, an academician of the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering”. In 1978, he entered the Department of Biology at East China Normal University in Shanghai; in 1982, he studied at the University of California, Davis, USA; in 1986, he received his PhD; in 1989, he worked at the Department of Chemistry at Monash University in Australia; in 1990, he worked at the Australian Institute of Animal Health of the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Organization; in 1995, he was elected as a CSIRO Outstanding Young Scientist; in 1996, he became a Principal Investigator and Project Director of the Australian Institute of Animal Health; in 2010, he was elected as a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Technical Science and Engineering. In 1989, Rao left Australia for the United Kingdom, and Wang left the United States for Australia. Everything is so amazing again.
Let’s not expand on the absolute role of Rao’s mentor – Liang Dongcai, what he had done to Rao’s career and life. Let’s take a look at Rao’s positions he had held first.
Mr. Rao Zihe is the President of the All-British Chinese Students’ Federation; and founded the Life Science Society for Chinese Scholars in the UK.
Director of the Institute of Biophysics, Chinese Academy of Science; Deputy Party Secretary, member of Party Committee.
According to the information, in June 2001, Rao Zihe returned to China and joined the Chinese Communist Party. Whether this was true at the time we are not sure, but what is certain is that after his return to his homeland, his CCP ID can be made to public.
CSSA-UK is the largest Chinese society in the UK and the largest association of Chinese students and scholars in the UK.
Founded in 1988, CSSA-UK is in its twenty-sixth session. CSSA-UK currently has nearly 170,000 members, mainly Chinese students and scholars at school, and scholars who study and work in the UK after graduation. Chinese students and scholars who have settled in the UK and their families are also in close contact with CSSA-UK. In addition, CSSA-UK has a long-standing relationship with other Chinese professional societies in the UK.
The Chinese Students and Scholars Association – UK is a national organization of students and scholars from the People’s Republic of China in the UK. There are currently 105 local CSSA members in six regions – London, Grand Manor, South, North, Central and Northern Ireland – with over 170,000 members. It is also the overseas governing body of many national bodies, such as the European-American Society and the Chinese Association of Study Abroad Students.
The Education Department of the Chinese Embassy in the UK advises CSSA-UK. It is worth noting that all officers of CSSA are volunteers, that there is no compensation for their participation in CSSA work, and that “volunteering” and “teamwork” have been the aims of CSSA since its inception. After more than a decade of development, the CSSA-UK has grown to become an influential Chinese community in the UK, maintaining close links with government departments, the technology sector and the corporate sector. As the largest student society, key members of CSSA-UK have been received every time national leaders have visited the UK, such as Premier Wen Jiabao in 2003, President Hu Jintao in 2005, Premier Wen Jiabao in 2009 and Premier Wen Jiabao in 2011. The Chinese Students and Scholars Association – UK, is a typical institution that the CCP corrupts in the forms of BGY in the UK.
We can see from an annual summary report of Rao’s tenure as director of the Institute of Biophysics at the Chinese Academy of Science, and learn that Rao first is a member of the China’s Communist Party, and as a scientist with determination and purity comes in second.
The following is an extract from this report.
Rao Zihe, Institute of Biochemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Science
I. Policy of the institution in the new era
“To meet the strategic needs of the country, to focus on the world’s scientific frontiers, to strengthen original scientific innovation, to strengthen key technological innovation and integration, to climb to the top of the world’s science and technology, and to continuously make fundamental, strategic and forward-looking major innovative contributions to our economic construction, national security and sustainable social development.”
II. Role, responsibilities and tasks of the Party Committee
The Institute’s Party Committee, under the leadership of the Academy’s Party Group, fully exercises its political role as the core and guardian of the Institute, focusing on the Institute, serving the overall interests of the Institute, implementing the policy of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, supporting the Director in exercising his powers in accordance with the law and the Regulations on the Accountability System for Directors of Institutes of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, uniting and leading the staff, and contributing to the overall development of the Institute and the Chinese Academy of Sciences.
Responsibility: organizing party members to study Marxism-Leninism, Mao Zedong Thought, Deng Xiaoping Theory and the Important Thought of the “Three Represents”; propagating and implementing party guidelines, policies and national laws and regulations; implementing resolutions and decisions of higher party organizations; ensuring and supervising the implementation of party guidelines, policies and national laws and regulations in the Institute.
Tasks: to work around the tasks of the Academy and the Institute; to support the Director and administrative leaders in the collective exercise their powers in accordance with the law; to participate in decision-making on important matters of the Institute in accordance with the relevant rules and procedures and to actively promote the organization and implementation of all decisions; to ensure the overall situation of reform, development and stability of the Institute.
Adhering to the principle that the Party should be governed by the Party and strengthening the construction of the Party at the Institute.
Leading the Party branch to carry out activities around the central work of the Institute and to strictly organize the life of the Party.
Leading the Institute in the construction of spiritual civilization and responsible for ideological and political work.
III. The Important Ideology of the Three Represents and the Development of Science and Technology
The Chinese Communist Party and science and technology, advanced productivity and science and technology, advanced culture and science and technology, the fundamental interests of the people and science and technology, and the “Three Represents” are a unified body.
IV. The basic concept of the work of the Party Committee of the Institute
It is necessary to continuously strengthen the construction of the Party’s style, ideology and organization. The party committee should further strengthen its own construction, actively carry out party activities without affecting the scientific research activities of the Institute, and focus on the centre, enter the centre and service centre; fully exercise the role of the grass-roots party organizations as a battlefield and the role of party members as pioneers and role models, strictly adhere to the principle of party management of cadres, and make the selection of cadres of both virtue and talent as the main task of the party; strengthen the supervision of cadres and the construction of integrity; strengthen the construction of a culture of innovation and build a good working atmosphere.
V. Organizational safeguards
1. The role of the Party Committee.
Around the centre: the development strategy of the Institute and the objectives of the Director
Access to the Centre: to promote the reform policy of the Party Group, to change attitudes, to raise awareness and to promote the continuous deepening of the reform policy of the Institute
Serving the overall objectives: to build a democratic, liberal, free and orderly working atmosphere.
2. The role of the party branch: unite the majority of party members, cooperate with the centers of the grassroots units, take the initiative to actively respond to the battle with a team attitude, and play the role of the party branch as a combat stronghold.
3. The role of party members: to play a pioneer role in their own work, be a pioneer of reform, the backbone of scientific research, a model of morality, and contribute to the intellectual innovation project and cultural construction of our institute.
VI. Policy guarantee
1. The Academy’s innovative strategic goals and related reforming policies: the goal of innovative talent team; the goal of resource optimization allocation; the goal of discipline development strategy; the goal of innovation contribution; the goal of three major bases.
2. Innovative goals and policy ideas of the Institute: Aiming at major problems in the field of contemporary life sciences, focusing on structural genomics, proteomics scientific research, structural genomics, and brain and cognitive science research, etc., to solve major problems related to human health issues by providing new theories and methods; establish a scientific and technological team with domestic and abroad scientists as the core, young academic leaders as the backbone, reasonable age and knowledge structure, and international competitiveness. Give full support to the enthusiasm, creativity and initiative of front-line researchers, and lay a solid foundation for early results and quick results.
3. Adhere to the Party’s management of talents, truly understand that talent resources are the first resource, improve the structure of the talent team, and accelerate the construction of the talent team
VII. System Guarantee
1. The standardized and scientific management depends on the institutional guarantees: we must adhere to the rule of law and the concept of Dexing Institute, and constantly improve and revise the new system that adapts to knowledge innovation projects. Order, there are rules to follow.
2. Justice, openness, and fairness require system guarantees: After everyone’s efforts, we must jointly create an equal, just, open, and standardized service mechanism and procedure, and strengthen system construction in accordance with the three major regulations:
Regulations on the Responsibility System of the Director of the Institute of Chinese Academy of Science (Trial),
Working Regulations of the Committee of the Chinese Academy of Sciences Research Institute (Trial)
Regulations of the Staff Congress of the Institute of Chinese Academy of Science (Trial), to strengthen the establishment of the monitoring system.8. Mechanism Guarantee
VIII. Mechanism Guarantee
1. The advantages of learning style organizations and talents: we must adjust our knowledge system, establish the concept of lifelong learning, improve our knowledge structure, concentrate our competitive advantages, and seek our own suitable positions in the socialist market competition with constant innovation and continuous improvement. We must recognize that: the personal contributions are consistent with social returns, and the manifestation of talents is at the same time as the achievement of honor and welfare; any ideological culture that blames the world and cherishes talents is backward, decadent, and Marxism-Leninism is contemporarily advanced.
2. Chage of concept and improvement of understanding: We must keep on learning, raise awareness, thoroughly realize the change of concept to make sure our ideas conform to the development pattern of the socialist market economy. Recognize that the socialist market economy is full of competition mechanisms
3. Construction of innovative culture and improvement of humanistic environment: we must firmly grasp the direction of advancement of our advanced culture, adhere to the advanced ideology,morality and scientific culture, and establish a scientific world view and value system. Through the joint efforts of everyone, we must create an equal, fair and open working mechanism and procedure, strengthen democracy and legal system, and establish a democratic, harmonious, lenient, free, standardized and orderly humanistic environment and cultural atmosphere in our institute.
IX. Measures guarantee
1. Evaluation and incentives: improve and strengthen the rewards mechanism for talents, further reform the income and distribution system, increase the salaries and salaries of specialized talents, provide the necessary conditions and support in all aspects, attract and hire senior overseas specialized talents, and give them jobs, projects and fundings to encourage innovation. Allow failures and explore boldly to fully utilize their ingenuity.
2. Ability and efficiency: On the basis of improving the overall scientific research level of our institute, we will further play the active role of individuals. In the process of utilization, we will pay more attention to the cultivation of abilities to fully utilize their talents, and further strengthen the management team building. We will significantly improve the management and the level of managers for higher work efficiency.
3. Living conditions and working conditions: By taking good care of the retired cadres and employees, we must create conditions to solve the worries of everyone in life and work. Under the current fierce competition and extreme work pressure, we must care more about their physical health, and make sure they work for the party with healthy attitudes and bodies, and make continuous contributions to the cause of socialist construction and the overall construction of a well-off society
4. Democracy and concentration: We must adhere to the principle of democratic centralism within the party, and adhere to democracy based on concentration and centralized guidance on the basis of democracy. Neither excessive concentration nor excessive democracy is allowed.
X. The Cohesion of Strength
1. Mobilize all positive factors that can be mobilized to further consolidate the strength: carry out four new activities of “new image, new fashion, new vitality, new contribution” in the institute to increase the enthusiasm and creativity of active employees and retirees, and enhance cohesion.
2. Utilize the Workers’ Congress and trade unions to realize democratic management and democratic supervision: let the Union and workers’ congresses to play critical roles in the political participation and deliberation; Start further investigation and research to control the situation, care for employees in difficulty and the vulnerable groups, and effectively do a few practical things for them; continue to enrich the cultural and sports activities for the employees.
Guide and help the Youth League Committee of the Institute to improve the League’s influence; help to complete the graduates association.
Support the work of various democratic parties and organizations to support the Party’s lines.
3. Use the retired cadres to influence the young ones: realize the importance of utilizing retired workers. Actively implement the relevant policies of the central government and the academy, while ensuring the political and living treatment of veteran cadres, strengthen emotional exchanges and care. Establish standardized work management procedures for veteran cadres, and the party committee of the institute communicates with retirees once a quarter, so that they can understand their conditions, hospital conditions, and national conditions
This article basically explains how the institutes affiliated to the Chinese Academy of Science were managed before 2008, that is, the implementation of the three major regulations that began in 1988: “The Regulations on the Responsibility System of the Director of the Institute of Chinese Academy of Sciences (Trial)”, “The Communist Party of China China Regulations of the Institute Committee of the Academy of Sciences (Trial), and Regulations of the Staff Congress of the Institute of Chinese Academy of Sciences (Trial). In 2006, the Chinese Academy of Sciences promulgated the “Articles of Association of the Chinese Academy of Sciences”. In 2008, the Chinese Academy of Sciences promulgated the first three regulations of the “Integrated Management Regulations of the Institute of Chinese Academy of Sciences”.
No matter from the three major regulations that have been abolished or the current management regulations, it has clarified the principle of the director’s responsibility system and clarify the director’s selection criteria: “The director of the institute is responsible for the president of the Chinese Academy of Science and appointed by the Chinese Academy of Science. The deputy director is authorized by the director to take charge of the relevant work, is responsible for the director, and is appointed and dismissed by the Chinese Academy of Sciences. The legal representative of the institute is generally the director.” “The selection of the director should adhere to both integrity and virtue. In principle, the selection of candidates generally adopts methods such as internal selection, competitive selection, and exchange of appointments. The terms of appointment are: (1) With high ideological and political qualities, take the lead in implementing the socialist ideology with Chinese characteristics in the new era, and firmly establish it “Four Consciousnesses”, firm “Four Self-confidences”, resolutely implement “Two Maintenances”, fully implement the Party’s basic theories, basic lines and basic strategies, and consciously practice the values of innovative science and technology, serving the country and benefiting the people , Conscientiously implement the party and national scientific and technological work principles and policies;” It’s clear that the director appointment is based on ideological and political quality, rather than his academic status and achievements. And it is clear that the director and deputy director are directly appointed and removed by the Chinese Academy of Sciences. At the same time, it also clarified the supervision role of the party committee of the institute to the director, and also emphasized the principle of the party leading the institute. Therefore, Rao Zihe is appointed as the director of the Institute of Biophysics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. The specific procedure is that Rao Zihe must be a party member and participate in the election of the party committee and become a standing committee. Subsequently, the secretary of the party committee announced to the staff congress that the appointment of the higher-level department officially became the director. The appointment process of Rao Zihe also proved this procedure: “0 abstention votes. The quorum is met and the election results are valid. Comrade Wu Lebin announced the election results: Seven comrades of the seventh party committee members were elected, according to the surname stroke They are sorted as: Cang Huaixing, Liu Li, Wu Lebin, Rao Zihe, Xu Yannan, Gong Weimin, He Rongqiao. Five comrades of the fifth Disciplinary Committee members were elected, and they were sorted according to the surname strokes: Chen Gengdao, Zhou Zhongnian, Chai Shufan, Cai Yanhong , Pan Feng.”
Once you understand this organizational process, you will understand the consistent fact of “Party leads all” principle; so the appointment for Rao Zihe to work for Tsinghua University in 1997 and the Institute of Biophysics of the Chinese Academy of Science in 2003 are both very interesting and worth further digging. Just as his experience of studying abroad, it must be an organization arrangement and decision from the Party, and is carrying out a major scientific research task. In 1997, Rao Zihe returned to China and worked at Tsinghua University. In 2003, he was elected as a member of the Chinese Academy of Science. At the same year, he became the director of the Institute of Biophysics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. Another major event happened in 2003, that is SARS. As early as 2001, Chen Xinwen had returned to the Wuhan Virus Institute. In 2002, Guo Deyin and Wu Jianguo had returned to Wuhan University. These people were waiting for the epidemic caused by the coronavirus. So Zhao Yangfang’s death and RAO Zihe’s appearance . have caused the important crosspoint to appear – that is the SARS in 2003.
In early 2003, an outbreak of SARS coronavirus started in Beijing. In the previous excavation, our key point is that Chen Zhu instructed Hu Zhihong and Yuan Zhiming to start the P4 laboratory declaration plan before SARS. In other words, almost all the key figures appeared before SARS, and they are essentially all key runners for the new P4 lab. So what does the appearance of SARS mean? There are only two sources of SARS, one is derived from natural variation, and the other is artificial synthesis. I have discussed this in depth with relevant experts. Most of them tend to believe natural variation, but this is not important.
The importand thing was the meaning behind the plague (which happened quietly and disappeared quietly): the CCP’s strategic planning, development and execution, and opportunities it presented. The plague seemed, was an opportunity, and with the opportunity came an unprecedented level of interest in coronavirus research, and the construction of P4 lab has truly begun, and in 2005, the “National Key Laboratory of Virology” was also established one after another – the task of talents gathering has completed. Based on this, DT concludes that this bizarre SARS did not occur naturally in the wild, but man-made, otherwise the Shipwreck Plan and the viral genetic weapons development program would be exposed and they won’t be top secrets. The reason is simple: if it is a top secret program, it has the highest and best secrecy at the moment of initiation, and with the program’s Implementation, more people involved, more things being done, the less effective the secrecy and the more danger of leaks. So how to solve this problem, there is only one way, and that is to use all means to weave a line of defense to cover up the truth and lies, of course including murder if necessary at critical moments. We will introduce the following in later materials: the sources of the 2003 SARS, the 2016’s swine fever, the 2019 CCP Virus, and the action taken after the virus pandenmic by the national research team including the military, and the emergence of key scholars including international, domestic, Hong Kong and Taiwan. By comparison, we will discover the subtles and also uncover the three lines of defence to cover up the CCP’s lies. Here, DT just want to remind you to ponder, these organizational scientists, eminent scholars, and CASs who help CCP covering up the lies, besides they all belong to the CCP organization, what role do they play, what decisions do they make, what functions do they have, there are the crux of the matter.
Understanding these, it would be interesting to look at the 2003 SARS’ coerage reporting again, by the China’s Academy of Science regarding its role in leading the research effort to fight the epidemic. DT also believes that it would not be too far away from uncovering the truth about ZHAO Yongfang’s death, it thoroughly exposed how crititcle 2003’s SARS timeline is.
Below is China’s Academy of Science’ reporting regarding the 2003 SARS:
At the 4-term and 12th meeting of the Bureau of the Chinese Academy of Science held on May 12, Lu Yongxiang, Vice Chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress and President of the Chinese Academy of Science, gave clear instructions to the Chinese Academy of Science to focus on further combating SARS.
After listening to the report of Shen Baogen, Deputy Secretary-General of CAS on the work done by CAS in response to SARS, President Lu Yongxiang first informed the members of the Presidium of CAS and advisers attending the meeting about the recent deployment and important progress made by CAS in the fight against SARS, and at the same time instructed the next phase to focus all of CAS effort to win the battle against SARS.
President LU of CAS introduced to the Bureau members and advisors Li Tieying, Xu Kuangdi, and Zhang Yutai the role of CAS in the prevention and treatment of SARS. He explained the progress made in disseminating information on the deployment and scientific research carried out in the previous phase. He said that the SARS epidemic, which has affected more than 30 countries worldwide, has been ferocious and that the mortality rate in our country has increased to 5%. The Party’s Central Committee and the State Council has realized its importance, and the Central Governement’s leadership personally leads the nation’s fight against SARS is anxious to meet the urgent needs of the people and think of the country’s interest, has worked at many levels, allocating special funds and organizing the development of reagents, vaccines and the research and development of drugs, as well as the development of group prevention and treatment within the CAS. All have achieved some results and progress.
President LU concluded: 1) According to the deployment of the central and Beijing municipal government, CAS implemented “early detection, early isolation, early reporting and early treatment”. “Four early” measures, work in place, at present there is no cluster of morbidity among the regular employees in the hospital, only the Several cases of patients are factories or family members of affiliated companies. 2) Organizing research efforts across the CAS, especially in the life science, to conduct research and collaborate with the CDC and universities in the strenuous efforts have been made in finding the source of the virus. The Beijing Institute of Genome Research, in cooperation with the Academy of Military Medical Science, has completed the gene sequencing of four groups of SARS viruses, and the sequencing results have found mutation behavior, and samples are being increased to look for patterns of viral variation. Two viral assays, enzyme-linked kits and PCR antigen testing, have been urgently developed, enabling early determination of a confirmed diagnosis and soon mass supply. The Beijing Genome Institute, the Institute of Microbiology, and the Shanghai Institute of Life Sciences are intensifying their efforts to develop vaccines and effective drugs. The Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry, the Institute of Pharmaceutical Science and the Kunming Institute of Zoology are searching for antiviral drugs based on the screening of hundreds of existing compound drugs. The Government has also initiated a number of long-term studies aimed at developing effective drugs. In addition, a number of long-term research efforts aimed at developing effective drugs have been initiated.
3) The laboratory was rebuilt and basic research on virus prevention and control was initiated. The Institute of Virology originally conducted research on viruses other than human beings, but in the face of the danger of the SARS virus to human beings, it was urgently transformed into a P3 laboratory. We initiated a program to renovate the P4 laboratory to introduce live viruses for experiments and set the stage for the long, hard work of recognizing and preventing the SARS virus. At the same time, the Kunming Institute of Zoology and research institutes in Shanghai, together with the Academy of Military Medical Science, and with the support of the PLA General Logistics Department, have organized & established a higher animal research center to conduct virology experiments using primates. The Animal Research Institute has raised its own funds to conduct research in Guangdong to identify the source of pathogens. 4) Apply information technology such as remote sensing and geographic information systems to monitor & understand the spatial and temporal distribution of the spread of SARS cases. The Institute of Geography and the Institute of Remote Sensing have made great progress in its development and in providing references for decision making. The Institute of System Science, with the team led by academician Guo Lei as the main force, applied the basis of their original work on agricultural production forecasting. The development of relevant mathematical and statistical models to predict the distribution and transmission of cases with a high degree of accuracy has already made a difference. It provides the basis for decision-making by the Central Government and the State Council. In the joint scientific research work on the prevention and control of SARS, in order to reduce the movement of people, the video teleconferencing system connecting Beijing, Shanghai and Wuhan has been opened at the Chinese Academy of Science, creating conditions for remote cooperation in scientific research. An infrared thermometer with high accuracy and speed has been developed and put into operation at the Shanghai Institute of Technology and Materials. A safe air conditioning system is being developed at the cryogenic center. Anti-viral nanomaterials for specific applications are also under development.
On the basis of affirming the achievements of the previous stage of work, President Lu gave clear instructions to the whole CAS to further concentrate effort on the prevention and treatment of SARS. First, we will continue to play the role of CAS and the academician community in scientific research on the prevention and treatment of SARS, and a number of academicians have already been engaged in research and development, at the front line, academician Tian Bo is stepping up the development of a new drug, and academician Guo Lei has established a macroscopic predictive forecasting model. Second, the group of academicians should also do a good job of public opinion propaganda, on the one hand, through the media to do a good job of public science propaganda, through the human fight against the historical epidemic and triumph, the dissemination of scientific knowledge to the public, and the building of the confidence of the whole society in relying on science and technology to defeat SARS, building the public morale and advising on the governement’s decision making. On the other hand, the advice provided by 22 highly valued academicians, such as CHEN Zhu, was well received by the decision makers, Third, academicians are a valuable asset to the nation and we should strengthen their self-protection and maintain good personal, home and workplace hygiene. The academician’s joint office has to take responsibility for the health of the academicians and take care of their life and work.
President Lu stressed the need to further reform the development of ideas and to adjust the strategies of life science, with plans to establish a joint research institute in Guangzhou and Guangdong Province, which will research on tropical & subtropical resources and diseases, through this kind of research to fight against SARS and to select the core research forces. He also pointed out that in the current period when it is not advisable to travel for meetings, it is important to make use of the role of the branch and the institute itself, and take advantage of the time to seize the opportunity to study, and to strive to learn the spirit of the 16th National Congress, to study the Thress Representitives, to study the CAS innovation project spirit and strategy, to think about the next step of reform and development. In the fight against SARS, through learning and thinking, we can come up with strategic direction and use it to guide our future works, we can turn the “bad” of the SARS hazard into “good”, and, where possible, use videoconferencing to enhance information exchange.
President Lu and the attendees of the meeting, Vice Chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress, former President of the Chinese Academy of Social Science, Li Tieying, and Vice Chairman of the CPPCC National Committee, President Xu Kuangdi of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, all agreed that, in today’s society with high population density, urbanization and industrialization levels, the Chinese Academy of Science, Engineering Academy, Academy of Social Science – we called the “Three Institutions”, must strengthen cooperation on research and must face the challenges & opportunities of disasters.
We showed this story in our 4th article, but for ease of interpretation, we excerpted the content again and organized the following table:
This report by then CAS President LU Yongxiang exposes almost the entire program arrangement surrounding the P4 lab, and also reveals the first layer of people who started the whole biochemical weapons research program, and the real real big boss behind the first layer. It also shows the program’s future development plans. DT added section C P4 lab in the above table. Since Lu Yongxiang is fully aware that the purpose of building the P4 lab really has nothing to do with SARS, and that’s why the article only mentions P4 Lab rehab. Of course you can’t find RAO Zihe’s name in this form, but don’t worry, let the bullets fly for a while. RAO Zihe’s name doesn’t show up here – it proves DT’s judgment is correct: RAO is a key player and a first tier guy. OK, let’s decipher the three tables.
From the table, it appears that the direct commander of this ostensible program is CAS’s director Lu Yongxiang, who reports to the advisoes Li Tieying, Xu Kuangdi, and Zhang Yutai. Note the positions these three held at the time: Li Tieying – Vice Chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress (NPC) and former President of the Chinese Academy of Social Science; Xu Kuangdi – Vice Chairman of the CPPCC National Committee and President of the Chinese Academy of Engineering; and Zhang Yutai – Vice Chairman of the Chinese Academy of Social Science, party secretary of CASS. If you notice their titles and the places they serve, their involvement is not as simple as anti-SARS pandemic function. The entire country’s resources such scientific organizations and research capacities are used on this. Therefore, this is a very important national decision and strategic deployment. The real purpose of this program is hidden behind the anti-SARS epidenmic. The stories we tell later will prove this point too. The contribution of this program’s research activities to the prevention, vaccination and anti-SARS drug development is almost zero. It did nothing to help: the small SARS outbreak in 2006, the swine flu in 2016, and the after 2017 CCP Virus now. Why is that? Only one explanation or result: the group represented by this organization is developing biological and chemical weapons in the name of the country.So, the big boss behind the first layer of the program’s structure has finally emerged as the mastermind of the final program designer.
From this table, we learn the organizational structure of the participating units that complete this program: that is, the three main groups we mentioned earlier: the team that makes the virus, the team that makes the antidote, and the team that spreads it (not really the implementation team, of course, but a team to research and discover how to spread the virus effectively –patterns and effects). Works like virus stains collection, gene sequencing, strain isolation, finding natural hosts, animal experiments, transmission data collection, transmission Data model analysis, remote sensing satellite monitoring, etc. all have been clearly distributed and defined. DT doesn’t feel like their action is about facing an epidemic emergency research, but rather a practical exercise, with units and departments and personnel already in place, just waiting for an outbreak to occur.
That’s the real purpose of the program, and if they’re going to carry out that top secret plan, they must do it under the guise of SARS. The establishment of the State Key Virology Laboratory and the early establishment of the Complex System Research Center sounded reasonable under SARS. The report on “the prevention and treatment of pneumonia (SARS) as a starting point for building a preventive medicine system and comprehensively strengthening China’s medical scientific research” was well received by the nation; the establishment of the Guangzhou Institute of Biomedicine and Health Research of the Chinese Academy of Science were well received too. And becaue of that, the first tier players all appeared: academician GUO Lei, academician CHEN Zhu, academician RAO Zihe and academician TIAN Bo. But the big boss behind them was Jiang Mianheng, who was then the vice president of the Chinese Academy of Science.
Before we talk about RAO Zihe – this important person, we need to talk about two basic things:
Let’s talk about the Beijing Genome Research Institute, which did not exist when LU Yongxiang made his report, because the relevant organizational approval was only granted in September of that year.
The name of the Beijing Genomiscs Research Institute was mentioned in advance in the report of Director LU, which reveals that they were the ones who set up the Institute and they use the plan to report to the leadership to get credit. Publicly available information shows that the Beijing Genomics Research Institute of Chinese Academy of Science (hereinafter referred to as “Genomics Institute”) was established in November 2003. In October 2007, the Institute moved to a temporary site, and in January 2013, it permentantly moved to the Olympic Village Science and Technology Park of the Chinese Academy of Science. The current director of the Institute is Professor XUE Yongbiao. The Institute’s real name at that time was “Human Genome Research Center, Institute of Genetics, Chinese Academy of Science”, and it was established in August 1998, located on 85 Datun Road, Andingmenwai, Chaoyang District, Beijing, China. The Human Genome Research Center, Institute of Genetics, Chinese Academy of Science, applied for membership at the International Human Genome Initiative (IHGI) on behalf of China on July 8, 1999. It has become the 6th member of the HGP Collaboration, after the United States, the United Kingdom, Japan, Germany and France, and participated in the implementation of the program. This is why it is often referred to as the “Northern Center.”
On 14 July 1999, the main director of the “Human Genome Research Center, Institute of Genetics, Chinese Academy of Science” (the Center) and private entrepreneurs formed Beijing Huada Gene Research Center (hereinafter referred to as “Huada Gene”), a joint shareholders owned enterprise which was funded by private individuals. “The key personnel of the Center moved to Beijing Airport Industrial Zone B, where “Huada Genetics” is located. The Center coorporates with Huada Gene in the Human Genome Project and the Chinese Hybrid Rice Genome Project, etc. During this period, the Center used the name “Genome Informatics Center, Chinese Academy of Science”.
In March 2002, the National Development and Reform Planning Commission (NDRPC) approved the aliance on “Huada Gene”, with the NDRPC, the Chinese Academy of Science, and “Huada Gene” as the main partners, they established the “National Bioinformatics Engineering Center”, jointly funded by the Institute of Genetics of the Chinese Academy of Science (represent the State) and the Chinese Academy of Science(exercised the rights of a donor – which was taken over by the Genome Institute after it was established). The “Engineering Center” was liquidated in 2008.
On November 28, 2003, the Central Committee for Institutional Development approved the establishment of Beijing Institute of Genomics, Chinese Academy of Science. On the basis of “Human Genome Research Center of Institute of Genetics, Chinese Academy of Science”, the Institute was established and integrated some employees of “Huada Gene”. On October 22, 2007, BGRI moved to Chaoyang District North. On January 10, 2013, BGRI moved to Beichen, Chaoyang District, Beijing. West Road No. 1 courtyard, Chinese Academy of Science, Olympic Science and Technology Park 1-7, their permanent site.
In 1998, the South China Genome Center, known as the Shanghai Human Genome Research Center, was established. CHEN Zu was the 1st director. Let’s look at the profile of the Southern Group:
In the early 1990s, the Human Genome Project, whose core mission was to complete the determination and annotation of the complete sequence of the human genome, was established by the United States of America. Meanwhile in China, promoted by veteran scientists such as academician WU Min, and funded by the Chinese Ministry of Science and Technology and the National Natural Science Foundation of China, CHGP conducted the 1st major Chinese Human Genome Project (CHGP), “Research on Genetic Structure and Genetic Variation of the Chinese Ethnic Groups,” was awarded Project status in 1994.
China is a country with a large population, and the Chinese people not only account for 22% of the world’s total population, but are also a multi-ethnic group. China’s rich human genetic resources are valuable materials for the study of human genome diversity, human evolution and human disease-related genes. In line with international trends, China’s HGP approaches genome diversity and disease genetic research from a functional genome perspective. Not only have we achieved exciting results, but we have also built on them to push China to join the International Human Genome Project and to fully launch the China’s Human Genome Project.
Under such a scientific and historical background, in July 1997, academician Tan Jiazhen wrote to the Central Committee to call for the protection of China’s genetic resources. The proposal of setting up the China Genome Research Center was highly appreciated by the Party’s Central Committee and the State Council. General Secretary JIANG Zemin personally instructed: “We should treasure our genetic resources.”
On March 4, 1998, the Ministry of Science and Technology, the Shanghai Municipal Government, Pudong New Area, Zhangjiang Hi-Tech Park and six other governmental agencies in the Shanghai district were invited to participate in a conference. Shanghai Human Genome Research Center (SHGRCC) was established by the Shanghai Municipal Science and Technology Commission. The Center was established by the China Bioengineering Development Center of the Ministry of Science and Technology, Shanghai New Drug Research and Development Center, Pudong Science and Technology Venture Capital Investment Center, and the Shanghai Human Genome Research Center, Shanghai Institutes for Biological Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Fudan University, Shanghai #2 Medical University (Ruijin Hospital), Shanghai Cancer Research Institute, Shanghai 1st Medical University, #2 Military Medical University and Zhangjiang (Group) Co. Ltd.
On October 29, 1998, the Center was officially named the “National Human Genome South Research Center” (hereinafter referred to as the South Center) in Pudong New Area. In January 2005, the Center was approved by the Ministry of Science and Technology as the first national research center in Zhangjiang Hi-Tech Park, and was regarded as the incubator base of the State Key Laboratory (and Shanghai Key Laboratory of Disease and Health Genomics). In August 2011, the Center became an institution directly under the Shanghai Academy of Science.
The Center was headed by academician CHEN Zhu (1998-2016), and since 2002, academician ZHAO Guoping has also served as Director and Executive Director. Since 2016, researcher HUANG Wei has succeeded as the Center director. In other words, after CHEN Zhu was transferred to CAS as Vice President in 2002, he was still the director of this Center until 2016.
TAN Jiazhen sent a letter to the central government, asked to establish this Center and was personally approved by the then General Secretary JIANG Zemin. From these two points of view, the relationship between CHEN Zhu and the JIANG family is extraordinary.
From a passage of RAO Zihe’s narrative, we are also clear about some of the relationships and circumstances of these two genomes.
Liu: The sequencing of the human genome has been completed, and some experts believe that the time has come for structural biologists to address the proteomics questions What do you think Chinese research institutions can do in this regard? What challenges and opportunities do we face?
Rao: China has a specific environment: the Chinese molecular biologists and genome workers have done a lot of work to sequence the genome, and their contributions have had a huge impact both at home and abroad, which has laid a good foundation for our further collaboration, and scientists in different fields of modern science have to cooperate with each other, and I propose to carry out protein science research based on the genome, and we can work together.
Liu: Speaking of the genome, the Academy of Science has just established the Institute of Genomic Research, of which Yang Huanming is the director, and he used to head the 1% human Genome sequencing, the president of the country at the time sent a congratulatory message. Some people questioned the sequencing of the human genome took off-the-shelf equipment, no difficulty. Peking University is also sequencing the rice genome, inviting Haidian walk-in college students to do so, arguing that Yang has hype himself up as a national hero and that he is trying to It creates a misunderstanding that if we don’t measure it, we won’t get the information. It has been pointed out that this is something that is shared internationally. What do you think of these domestic realities?
Rao: Yang Huanming is a very visionary scientist. In China, there are a number of genomic centers other than “UW”, such as the Southern Center and the Northern Center, which are also doing outstanding work. The most taboo in science is to belittle others. Sequencing the genome, in the beginning it was difficult in the international community, but after the technology matured, it became much easier, but who has the vision to set up the big team to do this big science project? It takes capacity, organization, and 1% does indeed increase the impact, does indeed they (do it well). After doing the human genome, the platform is built, rice can be done, pigs can be done. The Japanese have been making rice for many years, and I heard that Huanming, Yu Jun and Wang Jian “defeated” the Japanese in two months.
Science is like this, when the platform is built, no need to worry about the results. Rice research has proved the usefulness of his platform. The Military Academy of Science and the Academy of Science UW made SARS, which shows that allowing multiple entitites presenting their multi-talents will yield great results. They’re not afraid of criticism, they have the guts, they don’t care, they make stuff, they’re competent, they get results. Are you saying that 1% doesn’t work? Rice and SARS are important. I lumped both together because doing science requires tolerance, respect, and understanding. At the lab, I always talk about not stepping on other people’s fields, not belittling them, and of course there can be crossover, collaboration. We basically can do it. In protein science, we have our advantages. Our research group, in terms of structural genomes, has described 160 human proteins in one year on our protein science platform. These are related to human disease mechanisms and drug construction. When this work is published, the international community is surprised. Contemporary scientific research often requires a platform to be productive and scalable in the first place.
It’s time to expose RAO Zihe. This is where the magic happens: in other words, the report titled “Taking the prevention and treatment of SARS as a starting point, building a preventive medicine system, and comprehensively strengthening medical research in China”.
On April 22, 2003, 22 academicians from the Chinese Academy of Science, including Chen Zhu, jointly submitted a report to the State Council “Taking the prevention and treatment of SARS as a starting point, building a preventive medicine system, and comprehensively strengthening medical research in China”. This report made comments and recommendations on the current research, prevention and treatment of SARS, the establishment of a preventive medicine system and the construction of a strong national medical science innovation system in China. The State Council responded with comments and suggestions on the report. Leading comrades of the State Council made important directives on the report. (Xinhua Photo)
Editor’s note: On April 22, Chen Zhu and 22 other members from the Chinese Academy of Science jointly submitted a report to the State Council – “Taking the prevention and treatment of SARS as a starting point, building a preventive medicine system, and comprehensively strengthening medical research in China”. This report made comments and recommendations on the current research, prevention and treatment of SARS, the establishment of a preventive medicine system and the construction of a strong national medical science innovation system in China. The State Council responded with comments and suggestions on the report. Leading comrades of the State Council made important directives on the report. The full text of the report is published below.
Section I- Research on the current prevention and treatment of SARS
1. The leadership of the Central Committee of the Party and the State Council has formulated a set of guidelines for treatment and prevention of SARS (internationally called atypical pneumonia). These guildelines are absolutely right and very timely. At present, the focus should be on universal access to information on prevention, improved monitoring and disclosure of the condition, strengthened control and treatment measures, and better care for patients and their families, early detection, isolation and treatment of suspected cases to reduce mortality rates. On the other hand, the etiology of SARS and its treatment must be carried out in a timely manner. Further research is needed on prevention, diagnosis and treatment to control the occurrence and spread of the epidemic at its source.
2. The identification of pathogens is the key to the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of SARS. Research institutions and scholars in Canada, Germany, France and the United States have reported that the disease is caused by a new strain of coronavirus. Coronavirus, a single-stranded RNA virus, causes the disease. Chinese scholars recognized the importance to the study of the pathogen since the beginning of SARS. The international competition is mainly focused on the isolation of the virus, genome sequencing and the establishment of detection methods.Hong Kong academics reported a research paper on SARS and its etiology in Lancet on April 8. On April 10, the New England Journal of Medicine N Eng J Med published two papers on SARS and coronavirus. One published by the U.S. National Center for Disease Control and Prevention & CDC in collaboration with scholars in Hong Kong, Taipei and Thailand. The other published by the joint team of Germany, France and Holland. On April 13, for the 1st time, a Canadian research institute, BCCA’s Centre for Genome Science, the BC Centre for Disease Control and the National Microbiology Laboratory of Canada published this novel coronavirus’s 29, 736-base whole genome sequence of the Tor2 strain, NCBI. It’s recorded in America’s public database accession number: NC. O04718. A day later, the CDC in the US also obtained the 29,727-base sequence of the virus and published it on the US CDC website. Our country’s scientists at the Chinese Academy of Military Medical Science and the Chinese Academy of Science Beijing Genome Research Institute (Chips) worked around the clock, taking just over two days of time to complete the determination of the full genome sequence of SARS coronavirus originating from patients in China, and co-published the April 16 experimental results; so far, six viruses isolated from patient samples from Guangzhou and Beijing have been completed by CAS Beijing Genome Research Institute. The two strains from the Guangdong source were similar to those published in Canada and Hong Kong, while the four strains from Beijing were somewhat different to those from Guangdong. Preliminary analysis of the genome sequence indicates that the virus contains at least five open reading frames, each encoding the viral matrix glycoprotein M , fibronectin E2 or S, small envelope protein E or SM, nuckeocapsid protein and an orfkab that produces several proteins. On April 16, WHO confirms that the coronavirus variant was identified as the causative agent of SARS.
3. Although the main etiology of SARS has been identified, a large number of important questions remain to be answered, such as: the origin of the SARS virus from the mechanism of interaction between the virus and the human body; virus-cell receptor interaction and virus in human cells; what is the proliferation and pathogenesis of the cofactor in the cofactor; what is the mechanism of human immunity to the virus; how can specific diagnostic markers be developed? How can vaccines and drugs against the virus be developed; how can more effective treatments be developed clinically. More research is needed on all of these.
4. It is necessary for the State’s Ministry of Health to coordinate the research on SARS.
Since the our country’s research efforts in this area are distributed among different departments and institutions, there is an urgent need to coordinate the research on SARS in accordance with the State Council’s recommendations on the prevention and control of SARS. During the work conference, the State Council asked us to break down departmental boundaries, organize the Chinese CDC, Ministry of Health, Chinese Academy of Medical Science, Ministry of Science and Technology, the Chinese Academy of Science, the Academy of Military Medical Science of the Ministry of General Health, as well as research universities and key medical schools jointly tackling the research. The research on the isolation and identification of pathogens of sudden infectious diseases, their pathogenesis and immune mechanism is a matter of global human public health. The research on SARS is of great importance for the public interest and is also fraught with international competition. China’s academic circles must recognize the great importance to the interests of the people and the country, discard departmental concepts and rapidly form a national team for SARS research.
5. In order to ensure the needs of the above research work, it is recommended that the state and relevant departments urgently allocate part of the funds to form a large joint project, and fully support relevant research by the national SARS team coordinated by relevant state departments, including various strategic scientific and technological armed forces. The Ministry of Science and Technology and the Ministry of Health have jointly launched the “Atypical Pneumonia Prevention and Emergency Science and Technology Action” research plan. The Chinese Academy of Science has launched an emergency action plan for SARS-related research in accordance with the instructions of Director Lu Yongxiang, collaborating with the research department of Ministry of Health. However, the medium and long-term research on the prevention and treatment of epidemic disease needs a strong mechanism for sustainable development.
II. Constructing a preventative medicine system is the top priority of current national medical science research.
The state has decided to increase essential investment in emergency mechanism for public health emergencies. In fact, prevention has always been an important strategy of the national health work. Preventative medicine is not only the core link of infectious disease control, but also very important for various non-infectious human diseases, because prevention is the most effective and economical method of disease control. In ancient Chinese medicine, there was an argument that “the superior doctor treats the not-yet ill”, that is, a wise doctor can treat the disease before it appears. Science and technology play a decisive role in this respect. Preventive medicine includes intervention of causes of diseases (biological, physical, chemical and other environmental factors), epidemiology (including group epidemiology and molecular epidemiology), disease prevention and control (including vaccination against infectious diseases) public control measures, nutrient supplements for nutrition-deficiency diseases, major measures to prevent various chronic diseases such as healthy lifestyle education and necessary lifestyle intervention, identification of high-risk groups of major diseases and appropriate prevention measures, etc. But for many years, national research in these fields has not been receiving enough attention and support. This has caused the focus of some institutions to shift their focus, disciplinary regression, talent drain, and a scattered approach towards research.
Recommendation: In the establishment of the national emergency mechanism for public health emergencies, the construction of relevant scientific and technological systems should be strengthened. On the one hand, the role of national disease prevention and control center should be brought into play. On the other hand, the resources of national scientific research institutions such as the Chinese Academy of Medical Science, the Chinese Academy of Science, and the Chinese Academy of Military Medical Science should also be used. Recently, with the support of the State, the Chinese Academy of Sciences will build a research unit and high-level biosafety laboratory for emerging diseases based on the Wuhan Institute of Virology, the Beijing Institute of Microbiology and the Shanghai Institute of Life Sciences. These platforms can simultaneously carry out the research of sudden infectious diseases and bioterrorism prevention, and are a necessary infrastructure for a country’s health and safety. Of course, these platforms should not only open up to relevant research departments, but also establish a very strict management mechanism.
III. Building a strong national medical science innovation system is a strategic measure to protect the health of our people and build an all-round affluent society.
Health care is not only a major social demand, but also an extremely important part of the modern economy. The healthcare market accounts for about 1/4-1/3 of the tertiary industry in developed countries and 15%-20% of the GDP of these countries. In the era of peace and development, human society has attached unprecedented importance to its own values and quality of life. In order to ensure and continuously improve the national health level, all developed countries have national-level medical research funding channels. The National Institutes of Health in the United States (NIH) received funding of US$27.335 billion in 2002, accounting for 24.5% of the US government’s total scientific research grants of US$111.756 billion that year, second only to the US$54.544 billion for national defense, 48.8%. NIH is not just a research institution, but more important is a funding channel. NIH’s internal grants (Intramurak) are generally more than ten percent of the total funding, and more than 80% of the funding is through competitive channels to support the medical research of various universities, medical research centers, and institutions (Extramurak). But NIH is responsible for the guidance and outline of the entire plan. To exercise the functions of the national medical system, the United Kingdom and Canada have the Medical Research Council (MRC), France has the National Institute of Health and Medicine (INSERM) and the Pasteur Institute, all of which have received huge government funding. China has not yet established a special medical research institution and funding channel at the national level. Although the “863” plan, “973” plan and the National Natural Science Foundation of China all have funding channels for biotechnology and life sciences, only a very limited part of them is used for medical research in a strict sense. The strength of the research is far from satisfactory to cater for the need a national defense research for a large population of 1.3 billion.
Therefore, China urgently needs to elevate medical science research to a national strategy. On which people’s livelihood depends, it is one of the most important components of the national innovation system. Recommendation: China should establish a special medical research funding mechanism such as National Institute of Health, Medical Research Academy or the National Medical Research Council. This mechanism should include two major parts, one part is a research institution that is supported, and the other part is open to universities and institutions engaged in medical research nationwide through competitive channels. The establishment of such a mechanism is based on national macro-strategic considerations and is beyond the interests of the sector. Because only by establishing a unified and authoritative mechanism at the national level it maybe possible to plan it systematically and comprehensively, and carry out a forward-looking and strategic layout of China’s basic and clinical medical research, without isolated battles, duplicate constructions, or even disorderly competitions. In view of national characteristic, we should pay great attention to encourage enthusiasm of various departments to form a centralized, joint, and open medical research system, supported by incremental national investment in scientific research in the future. It is recommended to establish a strategic alliance between the core medical and health research forces of various departments in the country to form a research base for national medical research funding mechanism (equivalent to the Intramurak part of NIH). It has unified planning, long-term stable support, regular evaluation and necessary adjustments. At the same time, it is recommended to open up competitive funding channels and provide optimal support to medical research institutions and institutions nationwide (equivalent to the Extramurak portion of NIH).
It is recommended that the construction of the above mechanism (including preventive medicine system) be included in the national medium and long-term scientific and technological planning, and as one of its most important aspects. It should be highly valued and supported in parallel with national defense, civil high technology, and basic scientific research.
22 academicians of the Chinese Academy of Sciences:
Chen Zhu, Chen Yiyu, Chen Keji, Qiang Boqin, Han Qide, Gong Gong, Wu Zuze, Sun Manji, Yao Kaitai, Wang Shizhen, Xue Shepu, Zeng Yi, Lu Shixin, Mao Jiangsen, Chen Weifeng, Chen Zhongwei, He Fuchu, Jin Guozhang, Shen Ziyin, Han Jisheng, Wu Min, Wu Mengchao
After 17 years, when we read the letters of these 22 academicians again, we will still feel their “righteousness” of “saving the people from the plague” at that time, but more of the fear of weaving lies. With this extremely important letter, the then State Council Premier Zhu Rongji issued an urgent instruction. The “Knowledge Innovation Project” proposed by General Secretary Jiang Zemin and initiated by the Chinese Academy of Science was fully launched. The person in charge of this project is Lu Yongxiang on the surface, but is actually Jiang Mianheng. Everything is just beginning, but it is in the name of SARS, and in the name of serving the people. Many people may not understand why they do this because they do not understand the procedures and methods of this organization. Its essence is the devil himself disguised as Santa Claus. The purpose of this is to deceive, of course, not only to deceive the kind Chinese people but even more so to deceive the innocent and kind American people.
It can be said that the “knowledge innovation project” is part of the Shipwreck Plan. Through this project, not only the country’s main scientific research capability and system underwent full nationalization (when Zhu Rongji was undergoing privatization reform of state-owned enterprises), and subsequently high degree of privatization and instrumentalization. The hidden high privatization ultimately serves the purpose of wealth accumulation and sustaining life (longevity). The ultimate core of the “knowledge innovation project” must be “building strong medical protection system”. Of course, it is not medical protection. It can be viewed as a “powerful genetic weapon protection system”. When necessary, it can be used to threaten the United States in combination with nuclear warheads, thus launching the ultimate war against the United States. If the novel coronavirus pandemic in 2020 is biochemical warfare against the United States, it can be said that the preparation for this war began with SARS.
The P4 laboratory was planned before SARS. It finally appeared in this letter. Co-operation from France and talent tapping and IP stealing from the United States reasonably followed. The protein and structural genome research led by Rao Zihe then began in earnest because this is also one of the main components of the genetic weapon protection system.
Let us examine the main players of the academic committee of the “State Key Laboratory of Virology” to continue our in-depth interpretation of this core “powerful genetic weapon protection system.”
List of Academic Committees of State Key Laboratory of Virology
We have extrapolated the following three tables on the basis of the previous table, the first one lists the geographic location, the second one lists the main academic and professional fields; the third one lists the laboratories owned by the unit.
When we presented these three tables, the connection between Rao Zihe and Zhao Yongfang’s death should become clear: if Zhao Yongfang did not die of an unexpected natural death (such as overworked death), then there was only one possibility. While engaged in research at the National Key Laboratory of Macromolecules she accidentally learned that her research content was related to the development of coronavirus genetic weapons, and she was eliminated when trying to uncover the secret. That is to say, she tried to be a whistleblower like Li Wenliang, but was silenced because it was a top secret.
These three tables reveal the true significance of the development of the new coronavirus weapon against the United States, which is the three points in time we revealed earlier, and also reveal what the real P4 laboratory was. The controller, developer, user and spreader of the virus will be revealed in the final chapter.
In this table, there is an extremely critical person who we wrote wrongly about her work unit in the previous article. This is intentional and amended here. This person is academician Wang Hongyang.
3 Exposing Guo Deyin
In the article by Guo Deyin remembering his advisor Tian Bo, several other people were mentioned, Gao Fu, Zhang Linqi, Chen Zhiwei and Jiang Shibo. Strangely, all of them who were mentioned by Guo Deyin are related to coronavirus.
Let’s take a look at Gao Fu first:
In the 1979 college entrance examination, Gaofu applied for Taiyuan University of Technology. Although the grades exceeded the admission threshold, the school refused admission on the grounds of his myopia. Gao Fu was then transferred to the Department of Veterinary Medicine of Shanxi Agricultural University.
Gao Fu received a bachelor’s degree in veterinary medicine from Shanxi Agricultural University in 1983, and a master’s degree in microbiology and animal infectious diseases from Beijing Agricultural University in 1986, and then stayed on as a teacher.
He went to study in the UK in 1991 and received a doctorate in biochemistry (molecular virology) from Oxford University in 1994. After that, he followed John Bell, Andrew McMichael, Don Wiley, Stephen Harrison and others in post-doctoral research at the University of Calgary, Oxford University and Harvard University. He has been teaching at Oxford University since 2001 as a doctoral advisor.
In 2004, he was selected into the “Hundred Talents Program” and was directly recruited by the Chinese Academy of Science from abroad as the director of the Institute of Microbiology (2004-2008).
After that, he served as deputy dean of Beijing Institute of Life Science (2008-present), director of the Key Laboratory of Pathogenic Microbiology and Immunology (2008-present), and Dean of Cunji School of Medicine, University of Chinese Academy of Science (2015-present).
In 2013, he was elected an academician of the Faculty of Life Science and Medicine of the Chinese Academy of Science.
He also serves as the chairman of the Chinese Society of Bioengineering and the vice chairman of the Chinese Medical Association. In addition to basic scientific research, Gao Fu’s areas of interest have also expanded to public health policies and global health strategies. From 2011, he served as deputy director of the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, and as a director from August 2017. Gao Fu also served as the deputy director of the National Natural Science Foundation of China, a member of the Standing Committee of the Chinese Science and Technology Association, and a member of the 13th CPPCC National Committee.
This man is brilliant and well conneted! All the talk about Gao Fu being dismissed for his culpability during the coronavirus outbreak is surely rumors, because his roots run far too deep. Regarding Gaofu’s excavation, let’s preview the content of “P4 Labs Season 2 Extra Gaofu”, here is just a spoiler:
Gao Fu’s wife, Tie Ning, is the chairman of the Chinese Writers Association. The largest sum of alumni donations so far received by the University of Science and Technology of China was 10 million, which came from Gao Fu and his wife Tie Ning. Of course, Gao Fu can say that this is the wife’s author remuneration.
Gao Fu’s father, Gao Cunxi, was born between 1934 and 1935. He was a posthumous child and had only been in elementary school for four years. Mother Yang Guilian was born in 1942 in a farmhouse in Xinfang Village, Xingzhai Township, Yingxian County, Shanxi Province. She lost her father at an early age. Her mother later became seriously ill. Yang Guilian dropped out of school early to take care of her two younger brothers and a younger sister. There are reports that Yang Guilian does not know how to write her name. In 1957, Gao Cunxi married Yang Guilian. Gao Cunxi worked as a carpenter and Yang Guilian worked in farms. Yang Guilian died of illness in April 2018.
Gao Fu is the eldest son in the family. The second son was named Gao Lu. The third son, Gao Shan, obtained a doctorate from Oxford University and later taught at Suzhou University. The fourth son, Gao Feng, also has a doctorate and is an associate professor at Sichuan University. The eldest daughter of the Gao Cunxi couple is Gao Ping. The second daughter is also in Beijing.
Let’s take a look at Gao Shan, doctor of medical oncology at Oxford University, researcher and doctoral supervisor at Suzhou Institute of Biomedical Engineering Technology, Chinese Academy of Science, selected as the “Six Talent Peaks” in Jiangsu Province. He is currently Deputy Director of the Key Laboratory of Biomedical Laboratory Technology, Director of the Biomarker Research Center of the Chinese Academy of Science, and Director of the Chinese Society of Bioengineering (2015-2020). He is the Executive Deputy Director of the Academic Committee of Suzhou Institute of Biomedical Engineering Technology, Chinese Academy of Science. The Suzhou Biomedical Engineering Technology Institute can be understood as the Suzhou branch of Changchun Institute of Optoelectronics. It was decided by the party group of the Chinese Academy of Science that Changchun Optoelectronics was responsible for its preparation, management and operation, before the official listing. Changchun Institute of Optoelectronics – is the source of the Knowledge Innovation Project, the pilot unit of the knowledge innovation project. Jiang Zemin once personally inspected and wrote the inscription “Innovative Development, Continue to Draw a New Chapter” for Changchun Institute of Optoelectronics.
It is also important to note that the Institute of Microbiology of the Chinese Academy of Science where Gao Fu works is the unit where Academician Tian Bo is located.
- 2007-present Professor of Tsinghua University School of Medicine, Adjunct Professor of Peking Union Medical College, Director of Tsinghua University Comprehensive Research Center for AIDS, Director of Global Health and Infectious Diseases Research Center
- 2013-2016 Deputy Dean of Tsinghua University School of Medicine
- 2011-2013 Head of Department of Basic Medicine, Tsinghua University School of Medicine
- 1997-2007 Assistant Professor and Associate Professor, Rockefeller University, USA
- 1993-1997 Postdoctoral Fellow, New York University, USA
- 1988-1993 PhD, Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Molecular Genetics, University of Edinburgh, UK
- 1981-1985 Bachelor of Biology, Beijing Normal University
Note that he also appeared in the list of academic committees of the “State Key Laboratory of Virology”.
This Chen Zhiwei certainly is not Chen Zhiwei the movie star, but rather, the Director of the Institute of AIDS, Li Ka Shing Medical College of the University of Hong Kong.
Professor Chen Zhiwei graduated from the Department of Veterinary Medicine of Northwest Agriculture and Forestry University (formerly Northwest Agricultural University) in 1985. He has engaged in scientific research in the Academy of Military Medical Sciences, the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences and the Aaron Diamond AIDS Research Center of Rockefeller University in the United States.
He received his master’s degree from New Mexico State University and Ph.D. from New York University School of Medicine in 1993 and 1996, respectively. Between 1996 and 2002, he completed a postdoctoral study at the Aaron Diamond AIDS Research Center.
In 2007, he returned to China to establish the Institute of AIDS, Li Ka-shing Medical College of the University of Hong Kong, and became the first director. He is now a tenured professor in the Department of Microbiology of the University of Hong Kong.
It is worth noting that the Chen Zhiwei and Gao Fu are university alumni, both graduated from the Department of Veterinary Medicine of Northwest Agricultural University from the 83 and 85 vintage respectively.
Jiang Shibo graduated from the First and Fourth Military Medical Universities with master’s and doctorate degrees. In 1987, he studied at the Rockefeller University in New York and underwent postdoctoral training. In 1990, he was recruited by the Lindsley F. Kimball Institute of the New York Blood Center and worked as an assistant researcher, deputy Researcher, researcher and finally director of research.
He was a visiting professor at Wuhan University, Fudan University, Guangzhou First Military Medical University, Xi’an Fourth Military Medical University and Chinese Academy of Military Medical Sciences. He was an overseas review expert of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, a senior visiting scholar at Tsinghua University, a special consultant at the Shanghai Institute of Family Planning, and Honorary Director and Distinguished Professor of Antiviral Center of Southern Medical University.
In October 2010, Professor Jiang Shibo returned to China to serve as professor of the Key Laboratory of Medical Molecule Virology of Ministry of Education/Ministry of Health of Shanghai Medical College of Fudan University, leader of virus immunity research team, and Director of the Institute of Pathogenic Microbiology.
These three people mentioned by Guo Deyin have something in common. All three have spoken publically after the coronavirus outbreak. Gao Fu, Zhang Linqi, Chen Zhiwei, and Jiang Shibo have all added to the chorus:
They have the same argument and message: the vaccine for CCP virus is on the way! This is a naked lie.
We shall detail this in the next chapter
Edited by：【Himalaya Hawk Squad】