Mass Nucleic Acid Tests Generated Fat Profits up to 14.6 Billion Yuan for the CCP

Mass Nucleic Acid Tests Generated Fat Profits up to 14.6 Billion Yuan for the CCP

Since the outbreak of the CCP virus epidemic, 11.5 billion nucleic acid tests have been carried out across China. There are 12,500 medical and health institutions have conducted tests, with a total of 144,700 employees involved. AskCI Corporation, a leading industry research and consulting firm estimates that the large-scale nucleic acid tests have generated fat profits up to 14.6 billion RMB yuan in the Communist China.
Unilateral Development of the East China Sea Declared Unacceptable

Unilateral Development of the East China Sea Declared Unacceptable

On May 21th, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said he regretted the unilateral development of the East China Sea by Communist China, which he described as "unacceptable" in the absence of a defined exclusive economic zone (EEZ) continental shelf boundary.
U.S.-European Negotiation to Decouple Supply Chain from Dictatorship

U.S.-European Negotiation to Decouple Supply Chain from Dictatorship

From May 15th to 16th, the U.S.-EU Trade and Technology Committee (TTC) held a meeting in Paris to seek to "decouple" from China in key industrial sectors such as solar cells, rare earth, and chips and discussed the shifting key industrial supply chains to democracies such as India.
Contracting Rate for University Students Falls to 23%

Contracting Rate for University Students Falls to 23%

According to the Epoch Times, May 20th, 2022, this summer, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) will welcome tens of millions of college graduates. As a result of the recent "dynamic clearing" policy, several major cities have been closed down, severely impacting the CCP economy, and graduates are facing the worst employment winter.
Ukraine for EU Membership

Ukraine for EU Membership

On May 21st, Ukrainian President Zelensky made it clear that Ukraine needed to become a full candidate for membership of the EU, rather than participating in a wider "European political community" proposed by France.
5/22/2022 Galaxy News: APEC Meeting, Japan, U.S. and Five Other Countries Left the Meeting While Speaking in Russia; President Biden to Visit Japan Tomorrow

5/22/2022 Galaxy News: APEC Meeting, Japan, U.S. and Five Other Countries Left the Meeting While Speaking in Russia; President Biden to Visit Japan Tomorrow

APEC Meeting, Japan, U.S. and Five Other Countries Left the Meeting While Speaking in Russia; President Biden to Visit Japan Tomorrow
Microsoft Bing Censors U.S. Users, Blocks CCP’s ‘Sensitive Words’

Microsoft Bing Censors U.S. Users, Blocks CCP’s ‘Sensitive Words’

It is reported on May 20th, a researcher in the Citizen Lab with a Canadian university found Microsoft Bing censors its American users and blocks politically sensitive words which the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) do not like.
Morals of the Whistleblower Movement Fellow Fighters

Morals of the Whistleblower Movement Fellow Fighters

Suspicion and more suspicion are the means by which the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) divides and stirs up internal conflicts among the people. The CCP has never stopped the internal divisions and defection against the Kuomintang, Fa Lun Gong, and the Whistleblower Movement.
The CCP forces Hong Kong Dollar to Decouple from U.S. Dollar

The CCP forces Hong Kong Dollar to Decouple from U.S. Dollar

In the live broadcast on May 18th, Miles Guo said that the CCP has transferred 70% of its foreign trade and terminal interests from Hong Kong to Shanghai in order to weaken Hong Kong's port status.
Taiwan Military Deploys Anti-drone Defense System at 45 Locations

Taiwan Military Deploys Anti-drone Defense System at 45 Locations

TAIPEI - It was reported on Thursday (May 19th), Taiwan military will spend NT$4.35 billion (US$146.14 million) to deploy anti-drone defense systems at 45 locations from distant islands to high mountains in the nation.
TSMC May Invest Billions in Singapore

TSMC May Invest Billions in Singapore

It was reported on May 19th that TSMC is considering to build a new factory worth billions of dollars in Singapore to help solve the global chip shortage.
Recording High Displacement in 2021

Recording High Displacement in 2021

Conflict and natural disasters have forced tens of millions of people displaced within their countries in 2021, bringing the number of internally displaced to a record high of 59.1 million, watchdogs said today.
U.S. Fears Restrictions on U.N. Human Rights Officials’ Visit to Xinjiang of China

U.S. Fears Restrictions on U.N. Human Rights Officials’ Visit to Xinjiang of China

It was reported on May 20, U.S. State Department spokesman Price said at a telephone press conference that the U.S. is concerned about the visits to China's Xinjiang by U.N. human rights commissioner Bachelet and others, which may be restricted by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
German Parliament Upholds Taiwan in Participation with WHO

German Parliament Upholds Taiwan in Participation with WHO

On May 19th, the German Parliament voted overwhelmingly for the first time to pass a resolution supporting Taiwan's participation as an observer again in the World Health Assembly (WHA) and Word Health Organization (WHO) relevant mechanisms and activities.
Satellite photos show Chinese Communists Party training to attack Japanese planes

Satellite photos show Chinese Communists Party training to attack Japanese planes

Satellite photos show that the Communist Party of China (CCP) has set up an object modelled after an Airborne Warning and Control System (AWACS) aircraft used by the Japan Self-Defense Forces (JSDF) in a special area of the Xinjiang desert.
His Majesty of Japan Will Meet U.S. President Biden at Imperial Palace on May 23

His Majesty of Japan Will Meet U.S. President Biden at Imperial Palace on May 23

It is reported His Majesty of Japan will meet U.S. President Biden at the Imperial Palace on the morning of May 23. It was announced by The Imperial Internal Affairs Bureau on May 20. The meeting is expected to be one-on-one and last approximate 30 minutes.
Japan Bans Export of High-Tech Products to Russia

Japan Bans Export of High-Tech Products to Russia

Sputnik News Agency reported on May 20th, Japan has banned the export of high-tech products to Russia since May 20th, such as quantum computers, 3D printers, electron microscopes and other equipment.
A Shanghai Resident Wields Knife

A Shanghai Resident Wields Knife

At about 8:20 am on May 20th, Secretary Zhang, the residents' secretary of Jingcheng II District, Minhang District, Shanghai, was slit in the neck by a resident Wen Mou, who then injured himself with a knife and jumped off a building.
Putin Loses 38th Colonel in Ukraine, Artillery Regiment Commander Buried with Military Salute

Putin Loses 38th Colonel in Ukraine, Artillery Regiment Commander Buried with Military Salute

Dozens of top Russia’s generals have been killed since Russia invaded Ukraine. Will Putin stop? Speculation on Putin’s massive military mobilization has intensified.
German Congress Passed Resolution Supporting Taiwan’s participation in WHO

German Congress Passed Resolution Supporting Taiwan’s participation in WHO

On May 19, the German Congress voted overwhelmingly for the first time to support Taiwan's renewed participation as an observer in the World Health Assembly (WHA) and the related mechanisms and activities of the World Health Organization (WHO), and to request the German Government to submit regular updates reports about "whether and how Taiwan and other relevant parties should be included in all WHO organizations."
The CCP’s Attack on Gettr Stemmed from its Fear

The CCP’s Attack on Gettr Stemmed from its Fear

In the video on Gettr dated on May 17th, Miles Guo talked about recent attacks on Gettr and the New Federal State of China spread by the CCP through the media and other news platforms.