Hong-Kong_Security-officials
Hong Kong’s National Security Council Caught Up in Luxurious Dinner Party Scandal
On July 13, various media reported that three senior Hong Kong security officials and members of Hong Kong's National Security Council had attended a luxurious dinner party held by the mainland real estate company Evergrande...
Newport Wafer Fab is the UK's largest wafer fab, which produces 20nm processes that are mainly used as automotive wafers.
China Buys UK’s Largest Semiconductor Firm, Raising National Security Concerns
With Beijing facing a chip shortage under U.S.-led global technology sanctions, Chinese companies have been aggressively acquiring global semiconductor plants since the coronavirus pandemic began last year. Its latest purchase was Newport Wafer Fab (NWF),...
Funeral workers are seen standing in front of rows of graves from deaths associated with Covid-19 at a special cemetery in Jakarta, Indonesia on June 24, 2021. Countries who have relied on the Chinese Communist Party’s vaccine diplomacy offerings are still suffering major case counts.
Countries Using Made-in-China Vaccines Still Suffering Outbreaks
Beijing has been promoting its “vaccine diplomacy” since last year, aiming to expand its diplomatic influences by providing easily accessible made-in-China vaccines. However, the efficacy of Chinese variants of the COVID-19 vaccine has now been...
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Taiwan Reports ‘Largest Incursion’ by Mainland China Air Force
On June 15, the Chinese People’s Liberation Army air force sent combat aircraft into the air defense identification zone (ADIZ) in the southwestern airspace of Taiwan. The island’s authorities confirmed that there were 28 PLA...
A report found that at least 82 well-known global brands in the technology, clothing and automotive sectors, have utilized Uyghurs Muslims at their production facilities in China.
Apple’s Suppliers Use Forced Labor Uyghurs While Refusing to Hire Minorities, Report
A report found that at least 82 well-known global brands in the technology, clothing and automotive sectors, have utilized Uyghurs Muslims at their production facilities in China. These minority peoples were restricted in their personal...
This combination of file photos taken on (top row L-R) June 4, 1990, June 4, 1999, June 4, 2004, (middle row L-R) June 4, 2011, June 4, 2015, June 4, 2018, (bottom row L) June 4, 2019, shows citizens attending a candlelit vigil at Victoria Park in Hong Kong to mark the 1989 Tiananmen Square Massacre in Beijing, and the June 4, 2020 and June 4, 2021 (bottom row C and R) Tiananmen memorials, which were banned using the Wuhan virus as an excuse.
Hong Kong Deployed 3,000 Police to Block Tiananmen Memorials, but People Have Their Ways
On June 4, 32 years ago, the Tiananmen Square Massacre launched by the Communist Party of China (CCP) in Beijing shocked the whole world. Ever since, the communist regime has blocked all efforts to commemorate...
University of Alberta was found to have deep and long ties with Communist China and formed ventures with Chinese state-funded ventures.
‘Deeply Concerned’ Canadian Province Orders Top Universities to Suspend Projects With China
The Alberta government ordered four of its major universities to suspend partnerships with individuals or organizations with ties to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), citing threats to Canadian national security and the possibility that related...
Hong Kong residents walk past the High Court in Admiralty during a protest against the government's controversial extradition law on June 9, 2019 in Hong Kong. The first person charged under the draconian, Beijing-installed National Security Law will be denied trial by jury.
Right to a Jury Denied in Hong Kong’s First National Security Law Trial
Hong Kong’s High Court ruled on May 20 there will be no jury allowed in the trial of 24-year-old Tong Ying-kit, a protester charged with violating the controversial Beijing-backed National Security Law (NSL). The move...
Beijing-Controlled Hong Kong Government Freezes Jimmy Lai’s Assets in Move Against Free Press
The billionaire founder of a pro-democracy newspaper in Hong Kong critical of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has had his assets frozen by the city’s increasingly totalitarian, pro-Beijing government in a move some say marks...
Ex-British Prime Minister David Cameron gets out money to pay for drinks as China's President Xi Jinping drinks a pint of beer during a visit to the The Plough pub on October 22, 2015 in Princes Risborough, England. The Plough’s owner, Greene King, is now in the hands of Hong Kong billionaire Li Ka Shing as part of an unhealthy trend of British businesses selling out to the Communist Party.
Beijing Bought More Than £135 Billion of British Energy, Education, Tech: Report
Despite growing public tensions between the UK and China over issues such as human rights and Hong Kong, at least £135 billion worth of British businesses, schools, property, stocks,  and vital infrastructure have been acquired...
Pedestrians walk past a billboard for China's coming census on October 29, 2010 in Beijing. The release of data from China’s 2020 Census has been repeatedly delayed. Many analysts speculate the communist nation is facing a severe population decline stemming from a multitude of hard-to-resolve factors.
China’s Delayed Census Points to Severe Population Decline
China's seventh census, which was scheduled for release in April, is still yet to be released as of May 3. Despite the delay in the final report, population data from more than 27 cities have...
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Hong Kong’s COVID-19 App Could Aid China’s Erosion of Local Freedoms
The adoption of an app for tracking coronavirus infections has sparked concern in Hong Kong, the Chinese port city where an authoritarian law passed last year is incrementally dismantling local freedoms and rule of law. ...