China’s scheme to interfere in Taiwan’s election disrupted

China 12/02/22, 08:17

Taiwan’s law enforcement has recently identified and dismantled a money laundering network for alleged involvement in interfering with local elections held on November 26. Taipei Times, citing Kaohsiung police in southern Taiwan, reported that a man by the surname of Lee was allegedly the group leader and had received ...

Taiwanese colonel accepts CCP money, signs letter of allegiance

China 11/28/22, 17:48

Taiwanese prosecutors are seeking a 12-year term against senior military officer Hsiang Te-en who not only accepted money to spy for China but also signed an alleged letter of surrender. According to Channel News Agency, Hsiang was recruited by a retired military officer, who is identified as Shao Weiqiang. The pair ...

Chinese police swagger down the streets of the Solomon Islands

Australia & Oceania 11/19/22, 14:48

At a time when "security" cooperation between China and the Pacific island nations, the Solomon Islands, is attracting a lot of attention, Australian Broadcasting Corporation's foreign affairs correspondent Stephen Dziedzic posted a photo on his Twitter account on Thursday, November 17. It shows uniformed Chinese policemen swaggering through the streets ...

Semiconductor engineers flee China

Corruption 11/18/22, 13:38

China has always strived to develop its semiconductor industry, once paying 2 to 3 times higher wages to recruit a large number of Taiwanese engineers to work across the strait. However, as reported by the The New York Times, due to Chinese regime's pandemic restrictions and the impact of the ...

Will Xi use force against Taiwan? Experts warn about ‘Beiping Model’

Trending 11/13/22, 14:25

When Xi Jinping inspected the Operations Command Center of the Central Military Commission on November 8, he said that "the army should concentrate all its strength on fighting, concentrate all for fighting.” This sparked speculation that the CCP was about to invade Taiwan. In a recent interview with Vision Times, ...

CCP said it helped Taiwan against climate change; Taiwan’s MOFA strongly oppose

China 11/13/22, 12:13

27th U.N.'s Climate Change Conference is taking place on November 6-18 in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt. At this conference, a Chinese Communist Party (CCP) representative stated that it has helped Taiwan implement climate change policies. Taiwan News cited China's special envoy for climate change Xie Zhenhua, saying, "Within the policy of One ...

China should worry about US launch of B-21 stealth bomber

Weapon/Army 11/08/22, 15:55

The U.S. Air Force has confirmed that the next-generation stealth bomber is expected to be unveiled on December 2. Some analysis indicates that the B-21 will make the CCP feel very anxious. In an October 20 press release, the U.S. Air Force said it plans to unveil the bomber at ...

China’s GDP growth is the Party’s new obsession

Trending 11/07/22, 19:09

The "zero-COVID" policy along with the real estate crisis, and restrictions from the United States and other countries, are hitting the Chinese economy hard. After the 20th Party Congress, the Chinese communist regime urgently needs to show positive economic growth results, however, it faces major obstacles. One of the most important ...