The CCP China’s National Medical Insurance Bureau Refuses To Pay for Normalized Nucleic Acid Testing
The CCP China's National Medical Insurance Bureau has written to various places stating that the agency will not pay for large-scale population nucleic acid testing and that it will be borne by local governments.
Hong Kong’s Accountant Institute Quietly Announced End of Mutual Recognition Accord with U.S.
The Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants (HKICPA) issued a supplementary and clarification statement on its official website earlier this month to confirm the agreement of Mutual Recognition Accord which was signed in 2011 with the U.S. International Qualifications Appraisal Board (IQAB) which under the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA), will be expired on Dec 31 this year.
Internal Document on Xinjiang Uyghur Leaked
On May 26, Moto Nakatani, the former Japan’s Liberal Democratic Party's assistant in charge of international human rights affairs, discussed the issue of the forced detention of Uyghur minorities in Communist China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, especially the recent leaked list of more than 20,000 detainees and other internal documents of the Chinese Government.
The CCP cannot be destroyed by any single condition
Unsure why the CCP is so powerful. It is because the rest of the world acknowledged this dictatorship. The CCP will not survive if the world treats it the same way it treats Russia, no matter how selfish the Chinese are
At the WHA, ten countries will support Taiwan’s participation, including the U.S., the U.K., France, and Germany
On May 23rd, ten countries, including the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Canada, and Australia, spoke out in support of Taiwan, emphasising the importance of Taiwan's participation
Runner’s Tragedy at Brooklyn Half Marathon numbers 1 Dead and 16 Hospitalized
Follow NFSC News on Gettr | Gnews on Gettr Written by :Translated by: MOS Fitness Team – Ashley One runner died during New York City’s Brooklyn Half Marathon, and another 16 runners were hospitalized on Saturday, May 21, 2022. The Brooklyn Half Marathon was a 13.1 miles (21 km) race. On Saturday, at 7 am, it began at the
The “Use Is Wealth” Application Scenario of Lying-Flat Coin (LFC)
Follow NFSC News on Gettr | Gnews on Gettr Translated by: MOS English Team – Sarahyy Miles Guo stated in the live broadcast on May 22 that the decentralized cryptocurrency, LFC, will go online in July. At its beginning, the LFC was designed to connect with the collapsing economy of the Chinese Communist Party. It aims to make the
YouTube Removes More Than 9,000 Channels That Glorified the Russian-Ukrainian War
Follow NFSC News on Gettr | Gnews on Gettr Translated by:MOS Education Team – Winsun According to foreign media reports on May 22, Youtube has deleted more than 70,000 videos about the Russian-Ukrainian war and more than 9,000 related channels on the platform for violating content guidelines. Since the outbreak of the Russian-Ukrainian war in February, Youtube has deleted
Indo-Pacific Economic Framework Meant to Surround the CCP
Follow NFSC News on Gettr | Gnews on Gettr Translated by: MOS Translation Team – Sania Miles Guo talked about the newly launched Indo-Pacific Economic Framework (IPEF) in the Grand Live Broadcast on May 24th, saying that it was formed to surround the CCP. Miles said that the IPEF is a US-led economic framework for the Indo-Pacific region to
U.S. Military Deployment In Three Dimensions Against China, Russia And North Korea
Follow NFSC News on Gettr | Gnews on Gettr Translated by: MOS Translation Team – Su T. In the grand live broadcast on May 24, Miles revealed the three-dimensional military deployment of the United States in the surrounding region against the CCP, Russia, and North Korea. Miles said North Korea’s bluffing military parade and missile test could only threaten
New Zealand-US Relations: Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern to Meet With US President Joe Biden on Tuesday
Ms Ardern also aims to strengthen trade with the US and bring more tourists to New Zealand, which is currently in a border reopening process after over two years of COVID-19 pandemic border closures.
Direct Talks with Putin the Only Way to Negotiate with Russia
On May 25th, Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky said he had always been open to negotiations with Russia, but only for direct talks with Putin.
Australian Prime Minister Urges CCP to Remove High Tariffs on Australian Imports
On May 24th, the Prime Minister of Australia, Anthony Albanese, has called on the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) to remove trade sanctions, he told reporters after attending the Quad summit in Tokyo with the U.S. president Joe Biden, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and Indian Prime Minister Modi.
DiDi Confirms Delisting from NYSE on June 12
DiDi, a leading ride-sharing company, announced in the evening of May 23 that it plans to file Form 25 with the SEC on or after June 2 to apply for delisting from the New York Stock Exchange, and that the application is expected to take into effect 10 days later, on June 12.
India Limits Sugar Exports After Bans on Wheat Exports
It is reported on May 25, that the Indian Government issued a statement saying that it will limit the export of sugar to ensure sufficient supply for the country and the price stability. India is one of the world's major sugar producers and the second largest sugar exporter after Brazil. This will be the first time India has imposed restrictions on sugar exports in six years, aiming to ensure a stable domestic supply.
U.S. Tries to Cripple Russia’s Ability to Pay International Investors
On Wednesday, the United States will close the last avenue for Russia to repay billions of dollars of debt to international investors, making it likely that Russia will default on its debt for the first time since the Bolshevik Revolution.
South Korea’s SK Group Invests $200 Billion in Semiconductor Industry to Follow Samsung
Following Samsung, South Korea's SK Group announced on Thursday, May 26 that it will invest about 247 trillion Korean won (about 195.2 billion US dollars) in semiconductor, battery and other related fields in the next five years.
Davos was Shrouded by Global Economic Worries
The threat of food insecurity around the world, the lingering CCP virus (COVID-19) pandemic. As business leaders, government officials and other dignitaries gather in Davos, Switzerland, for the World Economic Forum's annual meeting, there is growing pessimism about the coming months.
The United States called the UN Human Rights Commissioner’s visit to China a mistake
On May 24, it was reported, the U.N. Human Rights Chief agreed to visit Communist China was a mistake because of concerns that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Government's restrictions on her visit could undermine censorship of Beijing's human rights record, the U.S. State Department said on Tuesday.
Russia Removes Age Limit to Join Army
Russia removes age limit for joining the military by legislation.
China’s Military Exercises Near Taiwan
According to a reports on May 25th, the Communist China has organized ‘multi-services combat readiness’ patrols and combat drills in the sea and airspace around Taiwan in response to recent 'U.S.-Taiwan collusion activities'.