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Senior Taiwanese Health Official Accuses China of Blocking Taiwan Vaccine Procurement
Senior Taiwan public health official, Dr. Twu Shiing-jer, has spoken out claiming the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is blocking the small island country from procuring enough COVID-19 vaccines, reports The Epoch Times. Twu is the...
People walk past the headquarters of the world's largest semiconductor maker TSMC in Hsinchu on January 29, 2021.
TSMC’s Chairman, Founder Express Disapproval of Moving Manufacturing to US From Taiwan
It has been about a year since the dominant computer chip company Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. Ltd (TSMC) has announced plans to open a factory in Arizona. Recently, however, TSMC Chairman Mark Liu and TSMC...
At a recent House Armed Services Committee congressional hearing, top American military officials warned that China’s ability to project its naval prowess in the Indian Ocean is alarming. General Stephen Townsend, head of the U.S.
China’s Growing Military Might Alarms U.S. Officials, Modern Warfare Will Begin Silently
At a recent House Armed Services Committee congressional hearing, top American military officials warned that China’s ability to project its naval prowess in the Indian Ocean is alarming. General Stephen Townsend, head of the U.S....
Chinese-born American citizen, You Xiaorong, was recently convicted for stealing $120 million worth of U.S. trade secrets from Coca-Cola and other companies who develop coatings for the inside of beverage containers for the benefit of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
Chinese Mole Who Stole $120 Million Worth of Intellectual Property from Coca-Cola Convicted
Chinese-born American citizen, You Xiaorong, was recently convicted for stealing $120 million worth of U.S. trade secrets from Coca-Cola and other companies who develop coatings for the inside of beverage containers to benefit the Chinese...
The Chinese military is conducting drills in the South China Sea at a time when President Joe Biden has sent an unofficial delegation to the island nation of Taiwan as a “personal signal” of support. Ma Xiaoguang, China’s Taiwan Affairs Office spokesperson, said that the military drills were aimed at sending the message that Beijing is determined to stop Taiwan from working with the United States, and prevent the island from being recognized internationally.
Beijing Holds Military Drills as Biden Delegation Visits Taiwan
Communist China's military conducted drills in the South China Sea as President Joe Biden sent an unofficial delegation to the island nation of Taiwan as a “personal signal” of support. Ma Xiaoguang, China’s Taiwan Affairs...
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki speaks during a briefing at the White House April 9, 2021 discussing new guidelines on Taiwan foreign policy, where she said there has been a “concerning increase in PRC military activity in the Taiwan Strait, which we believe is potentially destabilizing,” and that the U.S. will be watching closely
US Establishes New Guidelines Enabling Closer Relations with Taiwan
The U.S. State Department issued new guidelines enabling U.S. officials to meet more freely with officials from Taiwan. The move strengthens relations between the U.S. and Taiwan at a time when Chinese Communist Party (CCP)...
US Navy Cmdr. Robert J. Briggs and Cmdr. Richard D. Slye monitor surface contacts from the pilothouse of the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Mustin while observing one of the two Chinese Communist Party aircraft carriers, the Liaoning.
US Navy Cautions China With Cognitive Warfare Photo Op
Military tensions continue to rise near Taiwan as warships from both the U.S. Navy and the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) People's Liberation Army (PLA) Navy congregated off Taiwan's southwestern coast. On April 4, both countries’...
Taiwan sailors parade in front of a new frigate during a ceremony to commission two Perry-class guided missile frigates from the U.S. into the Taiwan Navy, in the southern port of Kaohsiung on November 8, 2018. China’s Communist Party has increased air force and naval aggression against the democratic and independent Republic of Taiwan, stoking fears the Party will soon attempt to invade the island.
Communist China’s Aggression Towards Democratic Republic of Taiwan Heats Up
The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) buzzed the Republic of Taiwan with fighter jets and naval ships in an act of aggression on April 7, stirring fears the communist regime may soon attempt to invade the...
Using trade as a weapon is not a new tool for countries to inflict on another for purposes of economic harm.
Trade Weaponization and China
Using trade as a weapon is not a new tactic for countries wishing to cause economic losses to their opponents. Furthermore, the practice has become increasingly apparent today, as we have seen with the rise...
Admiral Philip Davidson, the commander of United States Indo-Pacific Command, has warned that the U.S. remains highly vulnerable in the event of a Chinese aerial attack and that the country’s air defense system, THAAD, will be insufficient to protect American interests from Chinese threats.
THAAD Insufficient to Combat Chinese Military, US Admiral Warns
Admiral Philip Davidson, the commander of United States Indo-Pacific Command, has warned that the U.S. remains highly vulnerable in the event of a Chinese aerial attack and that its air defense system, THAAD, will be...
The U.S. and Japan have agreed to work together to prevent Chinese military aggression towards Taiwan.
Japan, US to Cooperate on Defending Taiwan From Beijing Aggression
The U.S. and Japan have pledged to prevent military aggression by Communist China towards Taiwan, the democratically governed island Beijing sees as a rightful part of its territory.  U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin brought up...
The Chinese Communist Party’s propaganda and ideologies have received a boost from U.S. companies that self-censor and comply with the CCP’s demands in order to access and compete in China’s market.
How the CCP Intimidates US Companies
The Chinese Communist Party’s propaganda and ideologies have received a boost from U.S. companies that self-censor and comply with the CCP’s demands to access and compete in China’s market. The expectation that U.S. companies will...