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Trump Admin Blocks Exports to China’s Biggest Chipmaker

The United States has blocked American firms from doing business with China’s biggest chipmaker SMIC, over concerns about its alleged connections to the Chinese military. The U.S. Department of Commerce issued a letter dated Sept. 25 to American companies asking them to acquire a government…

China insider: Australian Correspondents Escape China; Fear of Being Disappeared

Australian Correspondents Escape China; Fear of Being Disappeared Recently, two Australian journalists stationed in China were raided by the Chinese National Security Police in the middle of the night and were restricted from leaving China. The CCP did not explain the reason for such action,…

Biden Says He Will Be Firm on China

Democratic candidate Joe Biden says he will be firm on China’s human rights abuses and it’s militarization in the South-China Sea.   0…

How Chinese Data Trove on 2 Million People Serves Beijing’s Unrestricted Warfare

A Chinese database containing the personal information of millions of people around the globe was recently leaked to Western media, offering a glimpse into the regime’s vast data harvesting campaign targeting foreigners. A private Chinese company, Shenzhen Zhenhua Data Technology, had amassed a database with…

Dozens of Epoch Times Newspaper Boxes Vandalized in NYC

Dozens of newspaper boxes belonging to the Chinese-language edition of The Epoch Times have been vandalized in New York City. Epoch Times distributing staff have counted at least six instances of vandalism—involving more than 30 newspaper boxes—this month. The boxes were mostly clustered in Manhattan’s…

Chinese Fintech Giant Poses Risks to US Investors, Warns Advocacy Group

WASHINGTON—A financial affiliate of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba is set to go public and a sizeable portion of the funds raised will come from U.S. investors, raising alarms in Washington. Chinese financial technology firm Ant Group Co. is preparing for an initial public offering in…

TikTok Staves Off Ban After Trump Gives Nod to Partnership Deal

President Donald Trump approved a partnership deal in principle that would allow TikTok to operate in the United States, even though it appeared to conflict with his initial order for China’s ByteDance to divest the video app. “I have given the deal my blessing,” Trump…

Taiwan President: Drills Show China Is Threat to Region

TAIPEI—Two days of Chinese military aircraft approaching Taiwan demonstrate that Beijing is a threat to the entire region and have shown Taiwanese even more clearly the true nature of the Chinese communist regime, President Tsai Ing-wen said on Sunday. Multiple Chinese aircraft flew across the…

DOJ Urged to Investigate US Environmental NGOs for Foreign Influence

Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) has urged the Department of Justice to investigate potential Chinese and Russian efforts to influence the environmental and energy policies of the United States. Cheney said that such efforts include attempts to gain influence with American environmental non-governmental organizations (NGOs), such…

China in Focus: US to Ban Access to WeChat, TikTok

The U.S. is set to ban TikTok and WeChat this Sunday. And if other Chinese-based apps raise the same national security concerns, they will face the same fate. U.S. sanctions not only hit Huawei’s mobile phone production hard, but are likely affecting Chinese passenger plane…

China Flies 18 Warplanes Near Taiwan During US Envoy’s Visit

TAIPEI, Taiwan—China’s military sent 18 planes including fighter jets over the Taiwan Strait in an unusually large show of force Friday as a U.S. envoy held a day of closed-door meetings on the self-governing island claimed by China. Under Secretary of State Keith Krach, who…

Lawmaker Introduces Bill to Scrap US Adoption of ‘One China Policy’

TAIPEI, Taiwan—U.S. Rep. Tom Tiffany (R-Wis.) has introduced legislation calling on the U.S. government to resume formal diplomatic relations with Taiwan, while dropping the “one-China policy.”  “For more than 40 years, American presidents of both political parties have repeated Beijing’s bogus lie that Taiwan is…

FBI Director: China Sees Itself Waging Tech War Against US, Seeks to Steal Research

Christopher Wray, director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), said Beijing is waging a “talent war” to sustain its own tech ambitions and leveraging American taxpayer dollars to fulfill its objectives. “So the Chinese view themselves as in an international talent war, and they…

Trump Administration Banning Access to Chinese Apps WeChat and TikTok

President Donald Trump’s administration will block Americans from accessing China-based applications WeChat and TikTok, citing national security concerns. WeChat will be banned starting Sept. 20, while TikTok will be banned as of Nov. 12, the Commerce Department announced. President Donald Trump on Aug. 6 issued…

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