Timeline of China’s Actions During COVID-19

The below timeline illustrates China’s global activities since the emergence of the Coronavirus in Wuhan, China. Note the movement through the timeline from internal information control, repression, and recovery to external threats, propaganda, exercising control over Hong Kong, and military coercion.   Dec. 10: Wei Guixian, one of the earliest known coronavirus patients, becomes ill. … More Timeline of China’s Actions During COVID-19

COVID-19 and the Wuhan National Bio Safety Laboratory

I’ve been getting a lot of questions about the Wuhan virus and in particular, on the potential relationship between Chinese researchers at Canada’s National Microbiology Lab and the Wuhan National Bio Safety Laboratory. Two Chinese-Canadian scientists who worked at the National Microbiology Lab (Canada’s Level 4 Bio Safety Level (BSL) containment facility) were dismissed in … More COVID-19 and the Wuhan National Bio Safety Laboratory

Take Responsibility for Workers and Families Act Summary

Enclosed please find a 63 page summary of the House provided “Take Responsibility for Workers and Families Act”.  I have taken the liberty of highlighting some funding areas that have nothing to do with the Coronavirus. “Suppose you were an idiot, and suppose you were a member of Congress; but I repeat myself.”  Mark Twain … More Take Responsibility for Workers and Families Act Summary

China’s new law on online content

If you have not yet seen it China’s new law on online censorship. Get ready for a wave of arrests on CoronaVirus. http://www.cac.gov.cn/2019-12/20/c_1578375159509309.htm Iillegal stuff in the document: Content opposing the basic principles set forth in the Constitution; Content endangering national security, divulging State secrets, subverting the national regime, and destroying national unity; Content harming … More China’s new law on online content

Wang Liqiang: Fraud, Defector, or Both?

This month, the People’s Republic of China and its intelligence services again made headlines in the world press for authoritarian and repressive practices. However, this time the activities we’re not targeted at the Uighur minorities in Xinjiang province nor political dissidents, nor Fanlun gong practitioners, but at democratic movements in Hong Kong and Taiwan.  Self-proclaimed … More Wang Liqiang: Fraud, Defector, or Both?