Edited: Canadian Himalaya, Maple Leaf Farm, UCool
Canadian mainstream media CTV reported on January 18 that Professor Shawn Li (Shun-Cheng Li) of the University of Western Ontario led and collaborated with the University of Toronto to develop what is said to be a faster and more accurate method of testing for antibodies to the CCP-virus, and that the test is said to be cheaper than any method approved so far in Canada.
Although the technology is still under peer review, the news was reprinted in several Canadian media outlets, and many Chinese were heartened by a sense of national pride that the Canadian CCP-virus test is about to go to the next level.
But a web search shows that Shawn Li is a regular guest of the mainstream medias in mainland China and its overseas propaganda media outlets.
Shawn Li graduated from Tianmen High School in 1981. He received his B.S. degree from Peking University in 1981, M.S. degree from Shanghai Institute of Biochemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences in 1988, Ph.D. degree from the Department of Biochemistry, University of Toronto, Canada in 1995, and completed his postdoctoral research at the Samuel Lunenfeld Institute, Mt. Sinai Hospital, Toronto, Canada from 1995 to 2000. He is currently a tenured professor in the Department of Biochemistry, University of Western Ontario, Canada, and a Principal Investigator of Functional Genomics and Proteomics in Canada.
The CCP’s main propaganda arm – central television CCTV – reported that on September 29, 2012, Tianmen High School a Centennial Celebration Assembly was held in Hubei province, China. Vice Chairman of the CPPCC (Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference) of Hubei Province, Deputy Secretary General of the Standing Committee of the Provincial People’s Congress, Deputy Secretary General of the People’s Government of Hubei Province, Senior Officer of the General Staff Department of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army, Director of the Standing Committee of the Municipal People’s Congress, and other leaders and guests were invited to attend the celebration. The General Assembly was presided over by Ke Jun, Deputy Secretary of the Municipal Party Committee and Mayor. Tenured Professor Shawn Li of the University of Western Ontario, Canada, and other speakers delivered speeches.
CHISA (China Scholars Abroad) have all promoted and touted Shawn Li:
“I hope the association will continue to do more practical things for Chinese scholars and also for Chinese students.” said Dr. Shun-Cheng Li, a professor in the Department of Biochemistry who was the president of the association. Along with the rise of China, more and more Chinese students are studying abroad….
CHISA was officially launched in Beijing in May 1987 by the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) paramount leader Deng Xiaoping himself. Li Peng, former Vice Premier of the State Council and Chinese American scientists such as Chen-Ning Franklin Yang and Tsung-Dao Lee inscribed the journal’s inaugural issue.
CHISA is a magazine for Chinese students studying abroad. It is based on the purpose of “strengthening patriotic education for overseas students, encouraging them to return to work in China or serve China in an appropriate way, and contributing to the cause of China’s reform and opening up and socialist modernization“, and has become a window for students to understand their motherland, a link for contacting their feelings, a garden for expressing their thoughts, and a media for providing services. These are typical flowery code phrases to conceal the operations of CCP front groups.
Currently, Shawn Li is a member of the scientist team in Shenzhen Wuzhou Qiangsheng Industrial Co. Ltd. The company’s strategic partner, China Wharton Capital Management Co., Ltd. is the first GuangDong Maritime Silk Road Chamber of Commerce to respond to the “One Belt, One Road” policy of the CCP.
Shawn Li was awarded the “Canada Post’s 2016 Mandarin Profile Award” at the pro-communist event attended by Xue Bing, the former Consul General of the Chinese Communist Party in Toronto.
Shawn Li, who has close ties with the CCP, is just a microcosm of the many pro-communist Chinese professors at Canadian universities and many institutions.
Canada is heavily infiltrated by the CCP. Since the epidemic, both the federal and provincial governments have used taxpayers’ hard-earned money to allocate various names of CCP-virus research funds for the use of these CCP bricklayers.
The CCP’s false propaganda is not only in the mainstream media at home and abroad as well as in the Chinese media abroad, but has also infiltrated every aspect, and even professors in foreign universities are not spared. Those who are overseas must be wary of the CCP propaganda.