Ex-Xinjiang Commander Promoted by Xi to Terrorize Hong Kong.

Peng Jingtang, a Xinjiang paramilitary officer, was nominated by China’s dictator Xi Jinping to lead Chinese forces in Hong Kong on January 9. Peng oversaw the Chinese Communist Party’s crackdown in Xinjiang, where a genocide has been occurring for years. From 2018 to 2019, Major General Peng served as the regional chief of staff of…

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China’s Second Largest City, Follows Xi’an in Imposing Strict COVID Measures, Causing Residents to panic Buy Food & Necessities.

After two asymptomatic COVID-19 cases were discovered on January 2 and a third on January 3, 2022, China’s central Henan Province placed Yuzhou City under lockdown. Yuzhou is China’s second-most-strictly-closed city, behind Xi’an, with inhabitants being prohibited from leaving their homes except for COVID-19 testing in the wake of the recent epidemic. Xi’an, in China’s…

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China Starts Initiative to Become Technologically Autonomous Despite Semiconductor Challenges.

Beijing’s quest for “scientific and technological independence,” particularly in the semiconductor sector, has gotten mixed reactions from around the world. While overseas companies fear the measure will stifle innovation and disrupt global trade, some China experts feel China’s chip development quality and success rate aren’t likely to produce meaningful results. In October 2021, T-Head, Alibaba’s semiconductor…

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Another Chinese Pro-Democracy Media Outlet Shuts Down Due to CCP Censorship.

On Jan. 3, a Hong Kong independent online newspaper announced its decision to close was prompted by the recent closure of Stand News, and that their journalists no longer felt secure under law enforcement’s ambiguous rules. Citizens News, a digital newsroom formed in 2017 by a group of senior journalists, announced its abrupt closure on…

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