China Calls Out Apple, Amazon for ‘Incorrect’ Taiwan, Hong Kong References

An electronic screen displays the Apple Inc. logo on the exterior of the Nasdaq Market Site following the close of the day’s trading session in New York City, U.S. on Aug. 2, 2018. (Mike Segar/Reuters)


January 17, 2019 Updated: January 17, 2019

TAIPEI/SHANGHAI—One of China’s top government-linked think tanks has called out Apple Inc, Inc and other foreign companies for not referring to Hong Kong and Taiwan as part of China in a report that provoked a stern reaction from Taipei.

The Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS) said in a report this month that 66 of the world’s 500 largest companies had used “incorrect labels” for Taiwan and 53 had errors in the way they referred to Hong Kong, according to China’s Legal Daily newspaper.… READ MORE...


China Gives Long-Awaited GM Crop Approvals Amid US Trade Talks


January 8, 2019 Updated: January 8, 2019

BEIJING—China approved five genetically modified (GM) crops for import on Jan. 8, the first in about 18 months in a move that could boost its overseas grains purchases and ease pressure from the United States to open its markets to more farm goods.

The United States is the world’s biggest producer of GM crops, while China is the top importer of GM soybeans and canola.

U.S. farmers and global seed companies have long complained about Beijing’s slow and unpredictable process for approving GM crops for import, stoking trade tensions between the world’s two largest economies.… READ MORE...


China-Made Smartphone Weather App Stole Data From 10 Million Global Users

The TCL Mobile Communication Co. building in Huizhou City, Guangdong Province, China, on July 28, 2009. A TCL-developed weather app has been found to collect user data without permission. (LAURENT FIEVET/AFP/Getty Images)


January 6, 2019 Updated: January 6, 2019

TCL, a Chinese producer of consumer electronics, has been collecting data without permission from mobile phones that have downloaded its free weather forecast smartphone app. This app has been downloaded more than 10 million times by users all around the world since it was released in December 2016.

TCL is a listed company on the Hong Kong and Shenzhen stock exchanges.… READ MORE...


China Subjects Police to Quotas to Encourage Arrests of People of Faith

Armed police officers patrol a street in Beijing, China, on May 12, 2014. (VCG/VCG via Getty Images)


December 24, 2018 Updated: December 24, 2018

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is threatening to fire police officers if they don’t arrest enough people who adhere to spiritual faiths—including Falun Gong practitioners and Christians—according to a magazine that monitors religious freedom in China.

An officer in Dalian in northeastern Liaoning Province told the magazine Bitter Winter that the police station where he works received a “quarterly performance assessment plan to combat religious belief” from the CCP’s National Security Bureau in September.… READ MORE...


Chinese Hackers Target European Union Diplomatic Communications


December 19, 2018 Updated: December 19, 2018

The European Union is “actively investigating” a data breach after reports that hackers linked to the Chinese communist regime intercepted sensitive EU diplomatic communications.

By The New York Times alleged that for the past three years cyber-espionage operators associated with the People’s Liberation Army managed to access and download thousands of EU diplomatic cables.

The bloc’s Council Secretariat said in a statement to reporters that it is “aware of allegations regarding a potential leak of sensitive information and is actively investigating the issue.”

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Will Meng Wanzhou Cross the Sino–US ‘Spy Bridge’?

In this courtroom sketch, Meng Wanzhou, back right, the CFO of Huawei Technologies, listens during a bail hearing at B.C. Supreme Court in Vancouver, on Tuesday Dec. 11, 2018. Her husband Liu Xiaozong is seen seated at front left. (The Canadian Press/Jane Wolsak)

To rescue its ‘asset,’ Beijing would have to find an acceptable token of exchange


December 12, 2018 Updated: December 13, 2018

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Meng Wanzhou, chief financial officer and daughter of Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. founder Ren Zhengfei, was arrested by Canadian authorities on charges that Huawei sold equipment to Iran in violation of U.S.… READ MORE...


China’s Military Intends to ‘Defeat, Not Merely Compete’ With US, Report Says

Chinese J-20 stealth fighter jets fly past during a military parade at the Zhurihe training base in China’s northern Inner Mongolia region on July 30, 2017. China held a parade of its armed forces on July 30 to mark the 90th anniversary of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA). (STR/AFP/Getty Images)


December 6, 2018 Updated: December 6, 2018

China’s People Liberation Army (PLA), through a combination of innovation, mimicry, and theft, is developing technology that the Beijing regime aims to use to defeat the United States and dominate the Asia-Pacific region and beyond, according to a recent report by the RAND Corporation.… READ MORE...


Thousands From Around the World Gather in Taipei to Form Image of Book That Guides Their Spirituality

About 5,400 adherents of Falun Gong gather in Taipei’s Liberty Square in Taiwan to form an image of the English-version of the book «Zhuan Falun» on Nov. 24, 2018. (Sun Hsiang-i/The Epoch Times)


November 25, 2018 Updated: November 25, 2018

TAIPEI, Taiwan—More than 5,000 people gathered in Taipei’s iconic Liberty Square on Nov. 24 to form an image of a book that has helped to guide tens of thousands of people around the world on self-improvement.

The book, “Zhuan Falun,” is the main book of teachings for the spiritual practice Falun Gong, also known as Falun Dafa, a traditional meditation practice based on the principles of truthfulness, compassion, and tolerance.… READ MORE...


US Measure to Urge Possible China Sanctions Over Crackdown on Muslims in Xinjiang


November 14, 2018 Updated: November 14, 2018

WASHINGTON/BEIJING—U.S. lawmakers will introduce legislation on Nov. 14 urging a stronger response by the Trump administration to China’s crackdown on minority Muslims, including possible sanctions against a senior official.

The legislation will also ask President Donald Trump to condemn China’s actions in its western region of Xinjiang, call for a new “special coordinator” of U.S. policy on the issue and seek consideration of a ban on export of U.S. technology that Beijing could use in surveillance and mass detention of ethnic Uyghurs, according to a copy of the measure seen by Reuters.… READ MORE...


Trump’s Top Economic Adviser: ‘The Principal Culprit Is China’

US president and Chinese leader Xi will hold an official bilateral meeting in Buenos Aires, says Kudlow


November 1, 2018 Updated: November 1, 2018

WASHINGTON—The White House’s top economic adviser said on Nov. 1 that if China does not come up with a satisfactory offer to meet U.S. trade demands, then President Donald Trump will continue to aggressively pursue his agenda.

Larry Kudlow, director of the National Economic Council, admitted that the trade war created questions and anxieties among business owners. However, he defended the president by calling him a “free-trader” who wants to get rid of all tariff and non-tariff barriers.… READ MORE...


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