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“The Road to Ruin”: China stealing intellectual property

From day one when China first opened its markets, Beijing has been dogged by accusations that it forces U.S. firms to transfer technology to their Chinese business partners in return for access to the country’s 1.4 billion citizens. By – Bao Fan Since China first opened its markets, Beijing has been dogged by accusations that it forces U.S. firms to transfer ...

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China Uighur’s: One million Muslim held in Education Camps

A UN human rights committee has heard there are credible reports that China is holding a million Uighur’s in “counter-extremism centres”. By – bbc.co.uk Gay McDougall, a member of the UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, raised the claims at a two-day UN meeting on China. She said she was concerned by reports that Beijing had “turned the Uighur autonomous region ...

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Islam – “Education Camps” and Terrorism in China

Recently, after months of operation, news of China’s internment camps for Chinese Muslims finally received media attention. It is well known that China is no bastion of religious freedom, but the extent of their religious persecution is often discussed far less than the subject merits. Whether it is the demolition of Christian churches or restrictions on where Muslims are able to lawfully travel, it seems that the ...

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China planning military invasion to Taiwan

A Chinese diplomat in Washington recently threatened that China would invade Taiwan if the U.S. Navy sent a ship to visit the democratic island, something that Congress has called upon the Pentagon to do in 2018. Is this just empty rhetoric? Or does it reflect Beijing’s actual intentions? It’s actually a bit of both. By – Ian Easton According to leaked ...

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CHINA keeps finding new ways to keep its Muslim problem under control

Thousands of terror-linked Uyghurs and other Muslim ethnic minorities are being held in Chinese re-education camps without contact with their families under a policy designed to counter extremism and terrorism in the northwestern Chinese region of Xinjiang. By – epublicbuzz.com The Uyghur Muslims are a Turkish ethnic minority that practice Islam and reside primarily in China and parts of Central Asia, ...

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China moves to block internet VPNs from 2018

China will completely block access to much of the global internet as part of a sweeping crackdown aimed at suppressing dissent and maintaining the Communist party’s grip on power. Via: Benjamin Haas                  The government has ordered China’s three telecommunications companies to completely block access to virtual private networks, or VPNs, by February 2018, Bloomberg News ...

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Chinese say ‘no’ to Muslims refugees from Middle East

Some 97 per cent of respondents in an informal online poll involving 150,000 mainlanders said “no” to Muslims refugees, as rumours spread that Beijing would open the country’s door to displaced people from the Middle East. Via: Liu Zhen                     An internet user started the survey on Weibo by using its social media ...

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China Launches Its First Home-Built Clone Of An Aircraft Carrier

China has launched its first home-built aircraft carrier—a clone of the Russian Kuznetsov class carrier Beijing obtained through a dizzying transfer scheme executed nearly two decades ago. Via: Tyler Rogoway                  Since then, China restored the rusting hulk of that carrier, known originally as Riga, into its first operational carrier, the Liaoning (CV-16). Deeply refurbishing a carrier that many thought was unsalvageable gave China ...

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China Deploys Floating Nuclear Power Plant to South China Sea

A nuclear power plant on the sea would ensure a continuous supply of water as coolant — a necessity for any reactor. China’s motive for building the nuclear reactors is clear: to exert its dominance and influence throughout the area. Via:  Debalina Ghoshal  In April 2016, reports began coming in that China has plans to build floating nuclear power plants in the South ...

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The Chinese Approach to Radical Islam

There are roughly 22 million Muslims living in China today. The dominant Muslim minority group is the Uyghurs, a Sunni population who speak a Turkish dialect and live in the northwestern province of Xinjiang, home to 10 million Chinese Muslims. Via: jcpa.org Unlike other Muslim groups, Uyghurs have demanded their independence and have sought to establish a separate political and religious ...

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