In Communist China, anti-poverty funds are used to purchase testing tampons

In Communist China, anti-poverty funds are used to purchase testing tampons

According to Financial Times, the CCP’s authorities have asked the regional government, which are already in economic trouble to divert funds suppose to be used for anti-poverty campaign and infrastructure development to an ongoing mass testing activities to purchase the Covid testing tampons, and ordered the whole country operates as such.
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.
Chinese Communist Party Fears International Economic Sanctions Like Russia

Chinese Communist Party Fears International Economic Sanctions Like Russia

To punish Russia for the worldwide turmoil triggered by its invasion of Ukraine, Western countries may have inadvertently exposed their cards to the not-so-friendly Communist Party of China (CCP) as they work to cut Russian elites off from global markets.
Food Crisis in Communist China is Imminent

Food Crisis in Communist China is Imminent

Miles Guo mentioned on Gettr on May 19 that a Brazilian grain supplier disclosed to him that Ning Gaoning of China National Cereals, Oils and Foodstuffs Corporation purchased large quantities of grain from Brazil two or three months ago even with 20% price increase.
Hudson Institute Launches New China Center

Hudson Institute Launches New China Center

Hudson Institute launched its new China Center on May 19th, which will be dedicated to crafting policy responses to keep America’s strategic focus on Communist China and foster a national and global dialogue rooted in the values of freedom and democracy.
4 Military Planes from China Harassed Taiwan

4 Military Planes from China Harassed Taiwan

According to a report by the Central News Agency (CNA) on May 18th, four military planes from Communist China intruded into Taiwan's southwest air defense identification zone (ADIZ) today, with two of them approaching the end of the center line in the Taiwan Strait.
Top intelligence agency: Communist China’s invasion of Taiwan will also covet Diaoyutai Islands, Japan would be an active player

Top intelligence agency: Communist China’s invasion of Taiwan will also covet Diaoyutai Islands, Japan would be an active player

Chen Mingtong, Director of the Taiwan National Security Bureau, said that if Communist China decides to invade Taiwan, the Diaoyutai Islands would be included as its attack target. Japan would be an active player, not a spectator.
The CCP Regime Strictly Controls Entry and Exit, Students Overseas Have Their Passports Clipped by Border Officials When They Leave Communist China

The CCP Regime Strictly Controls Entry and Exit, Students Overseas Have Their Passports Clipped by Border Officials When They Leave Communist China

It is reported many Chinese citizens, who are going abroad have their passports clipped on the spot by the border inspection officials when they leave communist China.
Spanish Stocks Fall on Communist China’s Economic Slump

Spanish Stocks Fall on Communist China’s Economic Slump

Spain's main stock market index started the week with modest losses, following concerns over Communist China's macroeconomic report that showed the economy had stalled due to the “Zero-COVID” Policy.
The Communist China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi Talks to South Korea’s Foreign Minister to Drive Wedge Between U.S. and South Korea

The Communist China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi Talks to South Korea’s Foreign Minister to Drive Wedge Between U.S. and South Korea

Reported on May 17: Communist China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi and South Korea’s Foreign Minister Park Jin held an online meeting on May 16. At the meeting, Wang Yi said the two countries should not separate and compete with each other, to drive a wedge between U.S. and South Korea.
China Stops Updating Bond Trading Data for Foreign Institutions as Bonds Plunge in April

China Stops Updating Bond Trading Data for Foreign Institutions as Bonds Plunge in April

Communist China has stopped updating daily bond trading data for foreign institutions. Instead, it now only provides daily data to domestic institutional clients, people familiar with the matter told Reuters on Tuesday.
Communist China’s Property Sales Records the Lowest Since 2006

Communist China’s Property Sales Records the Lowest Since 2006

According to a foreign report on May 17th, the real estate sales in Communist China plunged 46.6% annually in April this year, the biggest drop since 2006. This is due to a heavy regulatory crackdown by the CCP authorities on real estate and other sectors, as well as the CCP virus epidemic and other factors.
Taiwan’s Foreign Ministry: Taiwan Becomes Global Focus After Russia-Ukraine War

Taiwan’s Foreign Ministry: Taiwan Becomes Global Focus After Russia-Ukraine War

According to a report on May 16, 2022, Taiwan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) said on May 15 that the international community is more focusing on Taiwan's values ​​and the threat of an invasion of Taiwan by Communist China.
The Economic Statistics of Communist China Deteriorate Across the Board in April

The Economic Statistics of Communist China Deteriorate Across the Board in April

In Communist China, where the CCP virus continues to spread, the consumer price index in April fell by 11% compared to the same month last year, while industrial production also turned negative for the first time in twenty five month, and a restriction of movement through massive lockdowns has dealt a severe blow to the economy.
First ROK-U.S. Summit Aims to Strengthen Alliances

First ROK-U.S. Summit Aims to Strengthen Alliances

According to a report from the South Korean Presidential Office on May 15th, South Korean President Yoon Seok-wyeh will likely focus on discussing three issues including the response to North Korea's provocation, economic security and international concerns at the first summit with U.S. President Joe Biden on May 21st.
Broadcast|Suzhou to Enhance the Prevention and Control of the CCP Virus Outbreak

Broadcast|Suzhou to Enhance the Prevention and Control of the CCP Virus Outbreak

According to a Chinese Communist Party media report on April 16, another city, Suzhou, Jiangsu Province announced a lockdown, following the announcement of the 2nd closure in the city of Xi’an, Shaanxi Province.
Biden says the ASEAN-U.S. ties will enter a new era

Biden says the ASEAN-U.S. ties will enter a new era

The U.S. President Joe Biden hosted the Leaders of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) in Washington, D.C. on May 12 and 13 for a U.S.-ASEAN Special Summit. President Biden said on the 13th that the summit marked the launch of a "new era" in the relationship between the United States and the 10-nation bloc. And "a great deal of the history of our world in the next 50 years is going to be written in the ASEAN countries".
Australian Defense Minister Called the Entry of CCP Warships into the Coast of Western Australia a “violation”

Australian Defense Minister Called the Entry of CCP Warships into the Coast of Western Australia a “violation”

Australian Defence Minister Peter Dutton recently said that a Chinese warship with intelligence collection capabilities had entered the exclusive economic zone of Australia's small coast.
CCP Warships Sail Through the Okinawa Island While Japan Continues Monitoring

CCP Warships Sail Through the Okinawa Island While Japan Continues Monitoring

On May 10th, Japan’s Joint Staff Office of the Defense Ministry released a brief stating that on the morning of May 9 the Japanese frigate, “Izumo”, monitored and collected intelligence on Communist China's navy activities.
CCP Selects Lee Ka-chiu as the Chief Executive of Hong Kong, Europe Expressed Serious Doubt

CCP Selects Lee Ka-chiu as the Chief Executive of Hong Kong, Europe Expressed Serious Doubt

On May 8th, 64 years old Li Jiachao who is responsible of suppressing the Hong Kong democratic movement, has been elected as the Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region by Election Committee, which the members supports the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
Sunac Defaults on US$100 Million Bond Interest Due and Unpaid

Sunac Defaults on US$100 Million Bond Interest Due and Unpaid

On May 11th, Chinese real estate developer Sunac issued an announcement saying that the company would not be able to make four US dollar bond interest payments on schedule, amounting to US$100 million.