Posts Tagged ‘china’

Biden’s China Trade Policy Should Be Revised Put More Effective Pressure on Beijing: Experts

News Analysis Tariffs on products and goods imported from or exported to China have undeniably sent a strong message to Xi Jinping’s regime about its chronic human rights abuses and violations of the terms of its World Trade Organization (WTO) membership. Though they are well-intentioned and have had some impact on Beijing’s conduct, it may […]

Philippines Rejects China’s Demand to Remove Grounded Navy Ship

MANILA—The Philippines will not remove a dilapidated navy ship grounded on an atoll in the South China Sea, its defence chief said on Thursday, rejecting a demand by China after it blocked a mission to resupply the vessel’s crew. Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana dismissed China’s assertion on Wednesday that the Philippines had committed to remove […]

On the Virtual Meeting between the US and China

One of the major events of current world politics was the November 16 virtual meeting of the two leading world powers, the USA and China. It lasted three and a half hours and went beyond the scheduled time. This fact along with the content of the issues discussed and the parties’ positions on them as […]

New York Times Invents ‘Sexual Assault’ #MeToo Case To Blame China

The ‘news’ over last years have again and again demonstrated the notorious unreliability of woke ‘western’ media. Andrew Sullivan @sullydish – 21:27 UTC · Nov 12, 2021 2016 election. Rittenhouse. Covington. Russian collusion. Vaccines. Bounties on US soldiers. Lab-leak theory. Jussie Smollett. The Pulse shooting. The Atlanta shootings. Hunter Biden laptop. Inflation. Steele Dossier. The MSM got […]

China and Russia Face a Difficult Future in the Face of American Hypocrisy and Intransigence

One of the overhyped events of recent times has been the 3+ hours of telephone conversation between the presidents of China and the United States of America Xi Jinping and Joe Biden respectively. There are two major reasons to doubt the sincerity of the Americans over their accounts of the meeting. The first is that […]

Hunter Biden Helped China Purchase Rich Cobalt Mine in $3.8 Billion Deal

Hunter Biden helped China purchase one of the world’s most lucrative cobalt mines from America, according to a damning report by The New York Times. Biden established the firm Bohai Harvest RST (BHR) Equity Investment Fund Management Company with some Chinese partners in 2013. Foxnews.com reports: The company notably completed a deal in 2016 that […]

China downgrades relations with Lithuania over Taiwan ’embassy’ spat

China reduced the level of its diplomatic relations with Lithuania to below ambassador level Sunday in retaliation for the Baltic nation allowing Taiwan, the island democracy claimed by Beijing as part of its territory, to open a representative office. China earlier expelled the Lithuanian ambassador, reflecting its intense sensitivity over the status of Taiwan, which […]

International Officials, Fearing The Worst, Press For Proof China Tennis Star Is Safe

International officials and supporters continue to desperately press for proof that China’s popular tennis superstar Peng Shuai is safe after she dropped from sight early this month when she accused a former member of the Chinese government of sexual assault. The fear is that a high-profile sports star is being held against her will by […]

Peng Shuai: China tries to play down disappearance of tennis star

An employee of Chinese state TV has posted photos of missing tennis star Peng Shuai online that are supposed to dispel concern about her disappearance. Peng has not been seen in public since accusing a former Chinese vice premier two weeks ago of sexually assaulting her. The photos appeared Friday on Twitter, which cannot be […]

With the Support of the Big Banks, China Prepares for World Domination

Between October 21st and October 27th, there were at least 10 explosions throughout China, killing at least 13 people and injuring many more. by Greg Reese These mysterious explosions came just weeks before Xi Jinping was anointed as a revered leader of the CCP, preparing him for next year’s CCP Congress, which is scheduled for […]

China, Russia Bombers Hold Joint Patrol Over Sea of Japan

Chinese and Russian strategic bombers held a joint patrol in the Asia-Pacific region on Nov. 19, the third of its kind between the two countries, the Chinese and Russian defense ministries announced in a joint release. Two H-6K bombers from China and two Tu-95MC bombers from Russia were sent to carry out a joint patrol […]

China Tells Citizens to Stockpile Food. Shouldn’t We?

by Admin · Published November 20, 2021 · Updated November 20, 2021 [embedded content] [embedded content] Canned Meat White Rice Tuna Some Convenience Foods Canned Foods FIRST Medical Supplies: Whatever You Use a Lot Lots of Blankets Tent Electric Blanket Generator Basic Tools Small Ax Little Handsaw Extra SOCKS and Shoes For Minimum TWO YEARS […]

China’s governmental policies have helped save the nearly extinct Amur tigers

Over the last eight decades, tiger subspecies went from nine to six as three became completely extinct and the rest are currently on the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) global endangered species list.  As reported by World Wildlife Day, just over a century ago, there were as many as 100,000 wild tigers […]

A note on Present situation of covid19 in China and their strategy of combating

There are many news channels both domestic and foreign who propagate that China is facing a lot of trouble due to hike in corona pandemic recently. Most of them do not understand the strategy of China. The reports in Global times CN also use the words “out break” ,  “resurgence of covid” etc., but their […]

Doubts Over China Tennis Star’s Email Raise Safety Concerns

TAIPEI, Taiwan (AP) — A Chinese professional tennis player not seen in public since she accused a former top government official of sexual assault purportedly sent an email claiming she was safe and that the allegation was false, a message that only amplified concerns about her safety and demands for information about her well-being and […]

Intelligence Chief Warns China About to Launch ‘Surprise Attack’ on U.S.

Vice-chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General John Hyten has warned that Communist China is about to launch a surprise attack on the U.S. with deadly hypersonic space weapons. In an interview with CBS news, Hyten pointed out that China’s hypersonic weapons test sent a missile around the world at more than five times […]

Doubt Cast on Email China’s State Media Attributes to Disappeared Tennis Star

Email recants claim of sexual assault after Peng said she knew accused ‘will get back at me’ The Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) and a rights group have cast doubt on an email that Chinese state-run media are attributing to missing Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai. The email, released on Nov. 17 by communist party-controlled media […]

US, China commence ‘responsible competition’

The only breakthrough that can be ascribed to the virtual meeting between the US and Chinese presidents, Joe Biden and Xi Jinping, on Monday / Tuesday is that there has been an easing of visa restrictions on the accredited journalists of the two countries. But here too, a caveat must be added, namely, that “a three-point […]

 Will the Military Industrial Complex Permit Good Relations Between the U.S. and China?

November 16, 2021 British and Australian armies’ veteran, former deputy head of the UN military mission in Kashmir and Australian defense attaché in Pakistan Brian Cloughley The world would benefit enormously if Joe Biden terminated its ascent by coming to terms with China and Russia, Brian Cloughley writes. At the recent semi-successful United Nations COP26 […]

Wang Yi’s visit to Seoul and Other Aspects of Relations between China and South Korea

Unlike the relationship between China and North Korea, which demonstrates a long-standing traditional friendship, the situation with South Korea is more complicated. On the one hand, high-ranking officials of China openly criticize the policy of the ROK, thereby Seoul periodically starts to claim Beijing’s interference in the internal affairs of the country. Thus, on June […]

China’s Retail Sales Outpace Forecast, But Property Sector Overcasts Outlook

China’s industrial production and retail sales climbed faster than forecast in October, according to official data. However, the Chinese regime’s new control measures against the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) virus pandemic and a weakening property sector have weighed down the economic outlook. According to China’s National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), retail sales increased by 4.9 percent […]

China Completes Vietnam Metro as US Accuses Beijing of “Bullying” Region

The Vietnamese capital city of Hanoi – home to over 8 million people – saw the opening of its first ever metro line. The line was financed and built by China and features rolling stock from China’s state-owned CRRC. The metro was under construction starting in 2011 and was the target of criticism particularly in […]

China’s Sponge Cities: A ‘Revolutionary Rethink’ To Prevent Flooding

NOTE: While we have to be wary of the greenwashing term, ‘Nature-based Solutions,’ this one actually does seem to be nature-based without displacing people or allowing pollution to continue.  – MF The survival and development of human society depends on water. In fact, global water demand increased nearly eightfold between 1900–2010 as a result of factors like […]

Biden and Xi meet virtually to try to bridge chasm in US-China relations

President Joe Biden opened his virtual meeting with China’s Xi Jinping on Monday by saying the goal of the two world leaders should be to ensure that competition between the two superpowers “does not veer into conflict.” Xi greeted the U.S. president as his “old friend” and echoed Biden’s cordial tone in his own opening […]

The Economic Dimension of China-North Korea Relations

Much of the talk about how long the DPRK regime will last under sanctions and the country’s “self-isolation” in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic is rooted in the question of what role Beijing will play in supporting Pyongyang. In 2019, China accounted for about 95 per cent of North Korea’s total trade, according to […]

Shen Yun’s Portrayal of China’s Ancient Culture and Spirituality Inspires Boston Audience

BOSTON, Mass.—Shen Yun Performing Art’s popularity is reaffirmed each year by the number of theatergoers amazed by its authentic portrayal of China’s traditional culture. In ancient times China was known as “Shen Zhou”, or the Divine Land. One of those people was Fred Tobman who was attending the performance at the Boch Center Wang Theatre […]

Blinken Voices Concerns About Taiwan in Talk With China’s Foreign Minister

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken and the Chinese regime’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi locked horns over Taiwan in a phone call on Nov. 12, just three days before the leaders of the two nations hold a virtual meeting. “The Secretary emphasized longstanding U.S. interest in peace and stability across the Taiwan Strait and expressed […]

COP26 Global Climate Deal Reached After China, India Pushed to Soften Language on Coal

Nearly 200 countries attending the COP26 climate talks in Glasgow, Scotland, agreed on a global climate deal on Saturday, following last-minute changes pushed by China and India that watered down language about use of coal power. After two weeks of talks, the 197 nations did not veto last-minute changes to revise the final text of the deal, named […]

China And Solutions To Climate Change

Above photo: Wikimedia. The Earth’s greenhouse gas concentrations are at their highest levels in two million years, driving catastrophic climate change, and creating an existential threat to the planet. But there is a way out. Last year, President Xi Jinping, pledged that China’s CO2 emissions would peak before 2030, and China would become carbon neutral […]

World shares mixed as China inflation pushes higher

Producer prices, or wholesale prices, climbed 13.5 percent, adding to worries that price pressures might limit the central bank’s ability to adjust its policies to bolster growth. Chinese markets initially fell following the report, though Hong Kong’s Hang Seng recovered from early losses, gaining 0.7 percent to 24,996.14. The Shanghai Composite index also trimmed its […]

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