Border police in Guangzhou have stepped up controls on incoming Chinese citizens, questioning them about their overseas activities and confiscating passports, amid ongoing controls on people leaving the country.
Border guards wanted to know what they had been doing in the countries they were returning from, why they were coming back to China, and whether they planned to leave the country again, the post said.
Some passengers had their passport corners clipped, invalidating them for further travel, the post said.
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Chinese tech firms are quietly leaving Russia in the wake of major sanctions putting a financial strain on the European country, according to The Wall Street Journal.
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A study by Australian researchers has found that China has been conducting executions on death row prisoners by removing their organs for the lucrative organ trade.
The researchers looked at many documents that showed inmates were not brain-dead before the organs were removed.
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A top Chinese Security official has been appointed to the executive committee of interpol. The move has been celebrated by the state backed Beijing media. However, the move was widely criticized over concerns that the position may be exploited by the Chinese authorities.
Hu Binchen, a Deputy Director General at China’s Ministry of Public Security, will join the committee after years of intense campaigning from Beijing to have him appointed.
However, it is widely believed that Hu has been heavily involved in Operation Fox Hunt, through which Beijing hunts down dissidents in foreign countries and forces them back to China.
“The government of the People’s Republic of China has repeatedly abused the Interpol red notice to persecute dissidents in exile,” said in a letter from the Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China (IPAC), which has 50 signatories. “By electing Hu Binchen to the executive committee, the general assembly would be giving a green light to the [Chinese] government to continue their misuse of Interpol and would place the tens of thousands of Hongkonger, Uygur, Tibetan, Taiwanese and Chinese dissidents living abroad at even graver risk.”
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Chinese state media have celebrated the launch of a new nuclear-capable missile. The missile can travel at 21000 mph in a low earth orbit, and be launched from space, it would be able to strike any location on earth in minutes.
The Financial Times said the test showed that China has made “astounding” progress in the development of hypersonic weapons.
President Biden has boosted of his close relationship with Chinese Communist Party leader Xi Jinping, than any other world leader.
“Not a joke … I’ve had hours and hours and hours of meetings and personal conversations with Xi Jinping,” Biden said during a speech at a daycare center in Connecticut. “I’ve spent more time with him, I believe, than any other world leader has.”
Their close relationship was nurtured when Biden was Vice-president.
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Taiwan has said that 38 Chinese jets have entered their defense zone in the last two days. The Taiwanese government also pointed out some of those jets had nuclear capabilities.
The incursion is the biggest of its kind by Beijing to date. China has been doing such missions into Taiwan airspace for a year. The Chinese government sees Taiwan as a break away state, however the people of Taiwan see themselves as a free sovereign democratic nation.
“China has been wantonly engaged in military aggression, damaging regional peace,” Taiwan Premier Su Tseng-chang told reporters on Saturday.
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Chinese factories have taken an unexpected hit due to the energy crisis engulfing the nation. Factories have had to halt production, and some provinces in China are seeing electricity rationing.
The sudden from in output has sparked fears regarding the Chinese economy. China has turned to Russia to help plug their fuel gap.
Rising commodity prices have also had a negative impact on production.
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Peter Schweizer has said the release of two Huawei executives back to China is proof of a conflict of interest for President Biden, and is a “strategic retreat”.
“There’s no question those conflicts exist. Joe Biden himself, two of his family members, his son, Hunter Biden — of course — and his brother, James Biden, have received millions of dollars from politically connected Chinese interests,” Schweizer said during an appearance on Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo.
“[T]here’s plenty of evidence to support that Hunter Biden was paying Joe Biden’s bills,” Schweizer said. “We know that there were contractors that were working on Joe’s private residence in Delaware while he was vice president, and Hunter and his business associates were handling the payment of those bills.”
“We know there were things like a private phone or several phones that Joe Biden had while he was vice president,” Schweizer continued. “The bill was three hundred plus dollars a month that was being paid by Hunter’s business. So we know at least tens of thousands of dollars of bills. Thus far. We’ve been paid and this is illegal. You cannot subsidize a family member in politics by paying their bills.”
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Chinese is building two nuclear reactors which are attracting some attention. The mysterious reactors are of a type called China Fast Reactor 600 (CFR-600). These reactors are known as breeder reactors, as they create more fuel than the use.
In the nuclear fission process of these reactors, plutonium and depleted Uranium is produced. It is thought that China is using these reactors to accelerated their nuclear weapons program. It is projected that by 2030 China could have as many nuclear warheads as the U.S., in their arsenal.
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Chinese President Xi Jinping has addressed the World Economic Summit in Davos. In his first speech since President Biden took office he called on a return to multilateralism. He warned that a “slip into arrogant isolation will always fail.”
“For the first time in history, the economies of all regions have been hit hard at the same time, with global industrial and supply chains clogged and trade and investment down in the doldrums. Despite the trillions of dollars in relief packages worldwide, global recovery is rather shaky and the outlook remains uncertain,” Xi said.
The Chinese president called on governments “to abandon ideological prejudice and jointly follow a path of peaceful coexistence, mutual benefit and win-win cooperation.”
Xi continued his theme of inclusion throughout the address, adding: “To build small circles or start a new Cold War … will only push the world into division and even confrontation.”
At the G20 Summit President Xi Jinping has called for a “global mechanism” to open up international travel.
He suggested that everyone have a QR code. “We need to further harmonise policies and standards and establish ‘fast tracks’ to facilitate the orderly flow of people,” he said.
QR codes would be linked to your health care status.
However, human rights campaigners have warned that the system could be used for “broader political monitoring and exclusion”.
Within the Chinese city of Hangzhou a permanent QR code system will be implemented to give citizens a personal health score based on their medical history, personal fitness and health check ups.
Singapore and Australia have also used QR code technology during the pandemic in their track and trace systems.
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The Chinese Government is continuing to target faith groups in China. Now ordering low income Christian households to abandon their faith or lose welfare payments.
The Chinese economy has been severely affected by the Coronavirus pandemic, particularly low income families.
A local pastor said: “All impoverished households in the town were told to display Mao Zedong images… The government is trying to eliminate our belief and wants to become God instead of Jesus.”
In April a disabled Christian had their welfare payments, which amounted to $14, because the believer continued to attend a worship service.
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