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Monday, September 27, 2021

Beijing’s Trade with U.S. Up 133.4% in First Quarter

The customs agency for Beijing released data on Monday that showed trade with the United States increasing by 133.4 percent in the first quarter of 2021 to reach $12.5 billion. Total trade for the city with all partners was up by 8.8 percent from the pandemic year of 2020, and 1.9 percent higher than pre-pandemic…

Beijing Rejects Critical WHO Report, Insists COVID “Lab Leak Theory” Has Been Ruled Out

After more than a year of carrying water for Beijing, the WHO finally delivered its strongest rebuke yet to the CCP earlier this week when Dr. Tedros, the WHO's director-general, said the "lab leak hypothesis" remained a plausible scenario (even if the WHO report specified that it was the least likely scenario, and that animal-to-human…

Beijing Sends Biden A Warning

Authored by Pat Buchanan via Buchanan.org, Because of Donald Trump, Vice President Joe Biden thundered during the campaign, the U.S. “is more isolated in the world than we’ve ever been... America First has made America alone.” Biden promised to repair relations with America’s allies. And he appears to have gone some distance to do so…

Beijing Fears Esper’s Exit Raises Risk Of Military Action & ‘Accidents’

In the wake of Defense Secretary Mark Esper's firing early this week The South China Morning Post reports that leaders in Beijing are worried the sudden transition in the key Pentagon post dramatically raises the risk of accidental conflict, or at least signals a tougher stance out of an unpredictable US administration in its las…
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Beijing Readying “Retaliation List” After US Names 6 More Chinese Outlets As Foreign Missions

On Wednesday the US State Department designated six more Chinese media outlets as "agents of China's government," forcing them to have to register officially as foreign missions if they want to keep operating on US soil under the Foreign Missions Act. This brings the total number of Chinese media outlets considered "foreign missions" or essentially agents of a…

Beijing Views US Consulates As “Hostile Forces”, Orders Monitoring Of Diplomats: Leaked Documents

Authored by Eva Fu via The Epoch Times, Chinese authorities see U.S. consulates as “hostile forces” that conduct “infiltration and sabotage” activities on Chinese soil and have ordered officials to monitor key U.S. diplomats, according to a leaked document obtained by The Epoch Times. In a four-page “work plan” dated April 2018, the Leizhou Foreign…

Beijing On Edge: China’s 2nd Largest Property Developer Plummets Amid Fears Of Imminent Liquidity...

Is China's housing bubble - the main "wealth effect" for hundreds of millions of middle class Chinese - finally about to burst? On Friday, trading in onshore bonds of China Evergrande, China's second largest and the world’s most indebted property developer, was halted after reports it was seeking government help to stave off a cash…

Beijing Delays Visas For Journalists From WSJ, CNN & Bloomberg As President Xi Cracks...

In its latest attack on Western journalists that's part of both a broader "New Cold War" with the US, and a crackdown on dissent in the aftermath of the pandemic, engineered by President Xi, Beijing is throwing up new roadblocks to stop western journalists from Bloomberg, CNN & WSJ from remaining in China. The delays…

Beijing Slams ‘Evidence-Free’ Charge Of Using Vaccine To Pressure Neighbors Over South China Sea...

China has rejected last week's accusations that's it's pursuing an aggressive "vaccine nationalism" campaign wherein it hopes to use its COVID-19 vaccine as a tool of influence and diplomacy. Russia was also named in an explosive Wall Street Journal piece last week as among countries on the cusp of rolling out with an early, effective vaccine,…

Beijing Touts Major COVID Vaccine Milestone As China Plays ‘Catch-Up’ With Russia

As the Philippines, Brazil, India and dozens of other countries struggling under the economic strain of COVID-19 outbreaks turn to Russia as their new savior thanks to the Putin-approved (one of his daughters was allegedly "part of the experiment") vaccine, which, technically, won't be widely available until January. But roughly two dozen countries are already…
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