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The arrest of Xie Keping, a professor in gastroenterology research at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, has caused a sensation among the Chinese diaspora in America, and occurs in the context of heightened U.S. concern about Chinese scientists serving as conduits for research and technology from U.S. institutions back to China.
New legislation and new approaches by law enforcement are addressing the longstanding problem of how the Chinese regime uses the American educational system to steal secrets that damage America’s national and economic security.
With the Chinese Communist Party’s most important mouthpiece, People’s Daily, claiming that China won’t back down when faced with “external challenges,” the United States needs to find a new means to win the trade war, and may want to focus on human rights, a China expert says.
If Australia can push back against the Chinese Communist Party’s interference and influence to defend its national sovereignty, the United States and other countries can do the same.
“I cried at the start of the performance because I saw the pinnacle of what human art can reach,” said Mr. Hu after the show concluded. “The quintessence of the Chinese culture is manifested in such exquisite beauty and such divine virtues.”
What I wanted to do was to be very clear about the absence that was suffered that day and its persistence. The time does not erase and heal all wounds, but changes how we feel about them.
A landmark bond default, the first of its kind in China, may indicate that the country’s debt crisis is beginning to bite.
“The choices are not between one camp and another camp, but between two vastly different aspirations,” Schriver said. “The choices are really between partnership or domination, independence, and self-reliance or a mortgaged future, full sovereignty or coercion, international law and norms or irredentist claims and control.”
Economic analyst Qin Peng said that an Indo-Pacific strategy based on economic cooperation is what the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) really fears.
Can making a film in a peaceful country at a peaceful time feel like going to war? For Doris Liu, director of the documentary “In the Name of Confucius,” the answer is “yes.”