“During her trip, the Ambassador will reinforce the U.S. government’s strong and ongoing support for Taiwan’s international space, in accord with the U.S. One-China policy that is guided by the Taiwan Relations Act, the three U.S.-PRC joint communiques, and the Six Assurances to Taiwan”
Chen Yonglin, a former senior diplomat at the Chinese consulate in Sydney, Australia, who defected in 2005, claimed China was operating a network of “over 1,000 Chinese secret agents and informants in Australia.”
US Slaps New Visa Restrictions on Chinese Communist Party Officials Who Engage in Human Rights Abuses
“China’s authoritarian rulers impose draconian restrictions on the Chinese people’s freedoms of expression, religion or belief, association, and the right to peaceful assembly. The United States has been clear that perpetrators of human rights abuses like these are not welcome in our country,” Pompeo said.
Chinese Communist Party Members Hold Positions at British Consulates, Major UK, US Firms: Leaked Database
The Mail found that major aerospace companies Airbus, Rolls-Royce, and Boeing employed hundreds of CCP members. Additionally, Pfizer and British drugmaker AstraZeneca employed a total of 123 Party members. British automaker Jaguar Land Rover also employed CCP members.
The Customs and Border Protection agency issued an order Wednesday ending shipments from the quasi-military Xinjiang Protection and Construction Corps. The order also requires any U.S. company seeking to import cotton products from China to prove they did not come from the XPCC or were included in the supply chain.
Chinese Communist Party Media Outlet Continues Paying US Counterparts Millions to Publish Its Propaganda
According to the statement, China Daily’s overall expenses from May 1 to Oct. 31 this year were above $4.4 million, in which around $3.1 million was spent on printing, advertising, and distribution, and about $1.3 million for payrolls and other operating expenses.
“In name, the partnerships are to promote cultural exchange and economic collaboration. However, the Chinese regime has exploited these relationships. It is Beijing’s ‘newest political weapon.’” said Senator Marsha Blackburn, and added: “We must shed light on these partnerships to determine whether they leave American communities vulnerable to foreign espionage and ideological coercion.”
“The Chinese Communist Party’s theft of sensitive information and technology isn’t a rumor or a baseless accusation,” Wray said in a statement on Monday. “It’s very real, and it’s part of a coordinated campaign by the Chinese government, which the China Initiative is helping to disrupt.”
On the upcoming U.S. election, these accounts posted content both “in support of and against presidential candidates Pete Buttigieg, Joe Biden, and Donald Trump,” Gleicher stated.
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.