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Five Chinese scientists face U.S. visa fraud charges

Five Chinese scientists face U.S. visa fraud charges

Editor: RebeccaProof reading: Sherryok The U.S. Department of Justice launched the “China Initiative” to stem the theft of trade secrets by Chinese entities. Five Chinese scientists were charged with visa fraud for allegedly concealing their military affiliations. Four of them face additional charges. All have pleaded not guilty and have been released on bail。3 person’s
Italy Is Turning Away From the Chinese Communist Regime

Italy Is Turning Away From the Chinese Communist Regime

Editor: RebeccaProof reading: Sherryok The Italian embassy in Beijing issued a statement ON 7/6/21 afternoon, saying that “The Italian Embassy strongly emphasizes that the content of the article concerning the Prime Minister’s remarks is a complete lie and that the information has no basis whatsoever.”The article appeared on various popular Chinese-language websites on June 7, claimed that Italy had
Biden ‘committed’ to holding one-on-one meeting with Chinese President

Biden ‘committed’ to holding one-on-one meeting with Chinese President

Editor: RebeccaProof reading: Sherryok President Joe Biden is ‘committed’ to holding some kind of one-on-one meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping, National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan said Thursday, a day after Biden said he and the Chinese leader are not ‘old friends’ The White House, for now, doesn’t have firm plans for a future get-together.
Parliaments in Czech Republic and Belgium Pass Motion Condemning Beijing’s Crimes Against Uyghurs

Parliaments in Czech Republic and Belgium Pass Motion Condemning Beijing’s Crimes Against Uyghurs

Editor: RebeccaProof reading: Sherryok The Czech Senate has passed a motion saying that the Chinese regime’s treatment of Uyghurs and other Muslim minorities amounts to crimes against humanity and genocide. On Tuesday, the Belgian parliament passed a similar motion. The Czech motion was passed unanimously by a vote of 38 to zero on June 10,
FCC votes to advance proposed ban on Chinese telecom equipment

FCC votes to advance proposed ban on Chinese telecom equipment

Editor: RebeccaProof reading: Sherryok The Federal Communications Commission voted unanimously Thursday to explore a proposal that would ban U.S. companies from buying telecommunications equipment that poses national security risks. The proposal won initial approval among all commissioners. It could also revoke prior authorizations for any equipment deemed a national security threat on the FCC’s “covered
China must be pressured financially to cooperate with COVID probe: Former State Dept. investigator

China must be pressured financially to cooperate with COVID probe: Former State Dept. investigator

Editor:RebeccaProof reading: Sherryok David Asher says China must be pressured financially to cooperate with a coronavirus origin probe. Asher worked in the State Department during the Trump administration investigating the origins of the pandemic. He says coercion can work with China especially through the financial system. The former top State Department investigator says he expects
We Won’t “Sit Back”: NATO’s New ‘Counter China’ Focus Met With Fierce Warning from Beijing

We Won’t “Sit Back”: NATO’s New ‘Counter China’ Focus Met With Fierce Warning from Beijing

Editor:RebeccaProof reading: Sherryok North Atlantic Treaty Organization has labelled China as presenting “systemic challenges” to the rules-based international order and to areas relevant to Alliance security. China accused NATO of “slandering China’s peaceful development and misjudging the international situation and its own role” NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg warned of “greater global competition” from China
U.S. Senators want Commerce Dept to list tech to keep away from China

U.S. Senators want Commerce Dept to list tech to keep away from China

Editor:RebeccaProof reading: Sherryok A group of 10 Republican U.S. senators urged Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo to work faster to identify new American technologies that China’s government could misuse if exported to that country. The letter led by Senator Tom Cotton urged the department to identify “emerging and foundational technologies” as required under a 2018 law.
Parliaments in Czech Republic and Belgium Pass Motion Condemning Beijing’s Crimes Against Uyghurs

Parliaments in Czech Republic and Belgium Pass Motion Condemning Beijing’s Crimes Against Uyghurs

Writer:WenXiao Bobby In this week, there are two countries who has passed individual motion saying that the CCP regime’s treatment of Uyghurs and other Muslim minorities’ amounts to crimes against humanity and genocide, and the two countries are the Belgian and the Czech Senate. I don’t think it was coincidence, and in the second day
Top Virologists Lied to American Public About Wuhan Lab Leak Theory

Top Virologists Lied to American Public About Wuhan Lab Leak Theory

Writer: Lois In last month’s issue of the journal “Science”, 18 scientists admitted that the COVID-19 likely originated in a Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) laboratory. Alina Chan, who is one of the 18 scientists and works at the Harvard School of Medicine’s Silver Lab, said she and her colleagues lied because they wanted to
Former US State Department Official: US Must Financially Pressure China to Ensure COVID-19 Probe Cooperation

Former US State Department Official: US Must Financially Pressure China to Ensure COVID-19 Probe Cooperation

Writer: Lois On a Thursday interview with “America’s Newsroom” former Chief State Department Investigator David Asher stated China would only cooperate with a COVID-19 origin probe under financial pressure. Mr Asher supervised the State Department’s investigations into the pandemic’s origins during the Trump administration. “Unless we adopt a much more coercive strategy of putting pressure
Biden Threatens Putin With Cyber Counter Attacks At Geneva Summit

Biden Threatens Putin With Cyber Counter Attacks At Geneva Summit

Writer: Lois At yesterday’s Geneva Summit, US President Joe Biden threatened Russian President Vladimir Putin with cyber counter forces should the Russian President refuse to halt Russia’s cyber-attacks on the US.  “President Joe Biden delivered the biggest cyber bombshell ever in US foreign policy,” said Washington national security analyst Rebecca Grant in an opinion piece
Pentagon Considers Permanent Anti-China Naval Task Force in Pacific Region

Pentagon Considers Permanent Anti-China Naval Task Force in Pacific Region

Writer: Lois According to Politico sources, the Pentagon plans to strengthen its presence in the Pacific following China’s military buildup in the region. The considered actions involve installing a permanent naval task force to monitor China and another Pacific-based operation. The sources, two people connected to internal discussions, say through the Pacific task force, Defence
‘We’re On The Same Page’: G7 Leaders Agree on China and Climate Matters

‘We’re On The Same Page’: G7 Leaders Agree on China and Climate Matters

Writer: Lois At the G7 Summit earlier this month, leaders of member nations (Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and the United States) agreed on climate change and China’s intent to dominate the globe as two significant threats to international peace and security.  On Saturday, leaders of Australia, South Africa and South Korea physically joined
China Repackages Its History in Support of Xi’s National Vision

China Repackages Its History in Support of Xi’s National Vision

Editor:RebeccaProof reading: Sherryok Mao Zedong’s eldest son was killed in a U.N. airstrike during the Korean War. The Chinese Academy of History, launched two years ago by Chinese leader Xi Jinping to counter negative views of the ruling Communist Party’s past. In November 2020, on the 70th anniversary of Mao Anying’s death, the academy served
House Panel Approves China Scientific Competitiveness Bill

House Panel Approves China Scientific Competitiveness Bill

Editor: RebeccaProof Reading:Sherryok Legislation aimed at boosting U.S. scientific competitiveness to keep pace with China. Legislation now heads to the full House of Representatives. Similar legislation passed the Senate last week with significant bipartisan support. Package could be on track to become one of the few major bipartisan achievements of the current Congress, some lawmakers
Alibaba Falls Victim to Chinese Web Crawler in Large Data Leak

Alibaba Falls Victim to Chinese Web Crawler in Large Data Leak

Editor: RebeccaProof reading: Sherryok A Chinese software developer collected more than 1.1 billion pieces of user data on Alibaba’s Taobao. The developer collected user IDs, mobile phone numbers and customer comments, a Chinese court verdict says. Alibaba says it proactively discovered the incident and is working with law enforcement to protect users. No user information
AFCLC, CASI and DLIFLC host China ‘Belt and Road Initiative’ training event

AFCLC, CASI and DLIFLC host China ‘Belt and Road Initiative’ training event

Editor:Rebeccaproof reading:Sherryok The Air Force Culture and Language Center is co-hosting the “Belt and Road Initiative” training event June 7-18. The two-week language intensive training event will take a closer look at China’s global economic and political objectives. Participants will attend lectures and participate in discussions with instructors from CASI and DLIFLC Language Training Detachment
US House Committee Approves China Scientific Competitiveness Legislation

US House Committee Approves China Scientific Competitiveness Legislation

Writer: Lois On Tuesday, the US House Science, Space and Technology Committee approved its version of bipartisan legislation intended to keep US advancement in the scientific field on par with China. China is making swift progression in various technological fields, like artificial intelligence (AI), and Washington policymakers say the US government considers this advancement a
Ex-Green Beret Michael Taylor and Son Helped Carlos Ghosn Flee Japan

Ex-Green Beret Michael Taylor and Son Helped Carlos Ghosn Flee Japan

Writer: Lois On Monday, ex-Green Beret Michael Taylor and his son Peter Taylor plead guilty to assisting ex-Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn’s escape from Japan in December 2019. Mr Ghosn was escaping charges of deceiving Nissan investors and financial gain at the company’s expense. Mr Taylor, 60, and his 28-year-old son will face up to three
Peter Dutton flags more US troops on Australian soil citing potential China conflict

Peter Dutton flags more US troops on Australian soil citing potential China conflict

Editor: RebeccaProof reading:Sherryok Peter Dutton says it would be in the interests of both Australia and the US to strengthen their defence relationship. The defence minister suggested the prospect of conflict in the Indo-Pacific region was “less remote” than it had been in the past so Australia “must be prepared for any contingency” The US