Applying the Antidote to the Toxic Vaccine is Complicated
On May 1st, 2022, Miles Guo mentioned that the antidote to the toxic vaccine is under research, and it is a double-edged sword.
ASEAN Upgrading Strategic Partnership with United States
According to a comprehensive report by Chinanews.com on May 14th, ASEAN countries issued a joint statement at the end of the ASEAN-US Special Summit on May 13th, pledging to upgrade ASEAN-US relations to a meaningful, substantive and mutually beneficial comprehensive strategic partnership in November of this year.
India Bans Food Export, Safeguards Its Domestic Need
India has suddenly banned export of foods as concerns of insufficient supplies, although it once promised to increase its export with aim to help feed people in other areas of the world.
The Whistleblower Movement Affects Chinese People’s Pursuits, Dignity and Way of Life
On the special program of Fay Fay Show on May 15, Miles Guo talked about the Whistleblower Movement is related to the future, dignity and way of life of the Chinese people.
India Announces Immediate Ban on Wheat Exports
On May 13th, the Indian Government announced a ban on wheat exports, effective immediately.
EU and Pfizer Reach a New Deal on CCP Virus Vaccine.
The European Commission has signed an agreement with Biotech (BioNTech) and Pfizer (Pfizer) to change delivery schedules following a new agreement between the European Union and Pfizer for CCP virus vaccine.
Southeast Asia: The United States Did Not Invite Myanmar’s Military Leaders to ASEAN Summit, Myanmar Military Criticizes the United States for “Double Standards.”
From May 12th to 13th, the United States and (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) ASEAN held a special summit in Washington, D.C., refusing to invite Myanmar's military leader Min Leong to participate.
United States Demands Immediate Ceasefire
U.S. Secretary of Defense Austin called for an immediate ceasefire in a telephone conversation with Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu.
Calls for Confiscation of Russian Assets to Rebuild Ukraine
At a meeting of G7 foreign ministers in northern Germany, Ukrainian foreign minister Dmytro Kuleba asked the G7 to confiscate Russian property and hand them over to Ukraine to help its post-war reconstruction.
Thailand Health Code App Will be Permanently Closed
On 9 May, Thailand local time, the official Facebook account of Mor Chana, a Thai health code mobile app announced that the service will be permanently shut down as of 1 June, 2022.
Beijing’s Control Will Become More Strict
Miles Guo commented the incident in which tanks were stationed in Beijing on the live broadcasting on May 11th, saying that the 20th National Congress was around the corner and Beijing would impose harsher controls in the name of "epidemic prevention" for a long time.
Possible Ballistic Missile Launched
North Korea fired most likely a ballistic missile object, according to the Defense Ministry.
U.S. Pushes Legislation Requiring Visa Applicants to Report Affiliation With CCP
It was reported on May 13th, Republican Congressman Jim Banks (R-IN) from Indiana introduced the "Communist Visa Transparency Act of 2022" on Thursday (May 12), legislation to require all visa applicants to the US to report any affiliation with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), as well as any affiliation with China’s military, paramilitary, law enforcement, public security, or national security forces.
Chip Firm ARM Income Over $2.7 Billion Last Year, a Historical High
At midnight of 13 May, chip firm ARM, which belongs to the Softbank group, released a report at Thursday stating that the company income has peaked a historical high in the year 2021.
Modena’s New CFO Quits in One Day
Moderna's new chief financial officer (CFO) is stepping down after just one day, according to reports from The Gateway Pundit on May 13th, citing a financial investigation by his former employer.
Elon Musk: $44 Billion Twitter Deal on Hold for Now
Elon Musk said on Friday (13 May) that his $44 billion acquisition of Twitter was on hold, citing details of spam and fake accounts pending.
Taiwan’s Military Experts Suspected a CCP Simulation Model
Recently, Taiwanese military expert Lu Lishih pointed out that the CCP is modeling a naval military port in the Taklamakan Desert. He suspected it to be a simulation of a full-size Suao military port, intending for a missile attack on the Gide-class guided-missile destroyer moored in the harbor.
More than 350,000 People in North Korea Had a Fever, and More Than 180,000 quarantined or Treated (2/3)
Among them, the spokesman noted that North Korea has repeatedly refused to supply vaccines from the "COVAX Initiative," which is an international framework for equitable distribution of vaccines.
More than 350,000 People in North Korea Had a Fever, and More Than 180,000 quarantined or Treated (3/3)
the United States currently has no plans to provide a vaccine to North Korea, but we will continue to support international initiatives aimed at providing humanitarian assistance to the most vulnerable people of North Korea.
More than 350,000 People in North Korea Had a Fever, and More Than 180,000 quarantined or Treated (1/3)
North Korea said it had confirmed the infection of the CCP virus for the first time. Since late last month, the number of people with fever symptoms across the country has risen to more than 350,000.
The CCP offered to supply COVID rapid test kits to Taiwan while blocking Taiwan from attending the World Health Assembly
Radio Free Asia reported on May 12, as confirmed cases of the CCP virus (COVID) in Taiwan has risen, Taiwanese people are seen waiting for long lines to buy rapid test kits. CCP’s Taiwan Affairs Office recently announced that it can assist Taiwan in the purchase of rapid test kits from communist China as soon as possible. Some people pointed out that while CCP offered to provide Taiwan with small favor, at the same time it blocked Taiwan from attending the World Health Assembly.