China is predicted to face a new wave of COVID-19, with 65 million cases per week
China is predicted to face a new wave of COVID-19 infections that could reach 65 million cases per week by the end of June 2023. This alarming prediction was revealed by respiratory disease specialist Zhong Nanshan at a biotechnology conference in Guangzhou.
US Secretary Austin says Washington won't stand for bullying from China
According to American Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin, Washington and the government of the United States of America would not stand for any “coercion and bullying” by China or any of its allies. or partners. Lloyd also stated that the United States remains committed to maintaining the status quo of an independent Taiwan. He also stated the United States would work to combat illegal fishing and ensure that the supply chains that go to Asian-Pacific nations will not be disrupted.
China Denies US Defense Ministerial Meeting, Citing Need for Improved Conditions
No Progress in US-China Relations: The US has requested a defense ministerial meeting, but China insists on creating the right conditions first. China rejected a US request for a meeting between the two defense ministers. China's foreign ministry spokesman Mao Ning said in Beijing that the United States is fully aware of "challenges in China-US military dialogue".
Victims of Tiananmen Square massacre to be remembered at vigil in Chinatown on June 3
The victims of the June 4, 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre will be remembered at a vigil in San Francisco's Portsmouth Square on June 3 at 7:00 p.m. The event is being organized by Humanitarian China, NorCal HK Club and the Outstanding Contribution Prize for Democracy of China.
Elon Musk departed from Shanghai to Texas on Thursday morning
Elon Musk departed from Shanghai to Texas on Thursday morning after his meeting with Chen Jining, the Shanghai Communist Party boss, concluding his three-day visit to China amidst strained relations between Beijing and the Western world. Despite speculation about Tesla's intentions to expand its Shanghai Gigafactory, no concrete deals or agreements were made during this trip.
Close encounter with a Chinese fighter jet and an American plane
In a recent incident over the South China Sea, the U.S. military reported that a Chinese fighter jet flew in a dangerously close and aggressive manner towards a U.S. reconnaissance aircraft. The American pilot was forced to navigate through the turbulent wake caused by the Chinese jet's maneuvers. The incident has raised concerns about the safety of U.S. military operations in the region.
Chinese Comedian Firm Fine $2 Million For Joke about the Military.
Alright, buckle up! We're about to dive into a crazy incident that exposes the struggles faced by comedians in China's super tightly controlled social environment. Brace yourself for the aftermath of a joke made by a Chinese stand-up comic that dared to poke fun at the country's military.
China Refuses U.S. Request for Defense Chiefs Meeting Amidst Escalating Diplomatic Standoff
China's rejection of a U.S. request for a meeting between the defense chiefs of both nations has heightened tensions between the two global powers. The Pentagon's proposal for a meeting between Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin and Chinese Defense Minister Li Shangfu during the Shangri-La Dialogue in Singapore was met with a decline from China, reflecting the strained state of U.S.-China relations. This article delves into the factors behind China's decision, the implications for bilateral communication, and the potential risks it poses in an increasingly volatile geopolitical landscape.
US Defense Chiefs Seek Meeting with China, But Request Rejected
A further hint of tension between the two countries is that China has turned down the United States proposal for their defense chiefs to meet at this weekend's annual security gathering in Singapore.
China and the Web3 Innovations
Beijing, the capital city of China, reportedly unveiled a white paper with the aim of fostering innovation and advancement in the web3 industry. The document asserts that web3 technology is an “inevitable trend for the future development of the Internet industry,” according to a report from the local news outlet The Paper. The white paper was released by the Beijing Municipal Science & Technology Commission, also known as the Administrative Commission of Zhongguancun Science Park, at the Zhongguancun Forum.
Taiwan claims Chinese vessels transits the Taiwan Strait
In a recent development, Taiwan's Defense Ministry has reported the detection of three Chinese warships, including the Shandong aircraft carrier, passing through the Taiwan Strait. This move by China is seen as a continuation of its efforts to exert pressure on Taiwan, which it claims as its own despite the island being self-ruled.
US Sends Clear Message to China: Micron Processor Embargo Unacceptable
According to U.S. Industry Secretary Gina Raimondo, the country "won't tolerate" China's operational ban on the importation of Micron Technology (MU.O) memory chips, and it is actively collaborating with partners to stop this "economic coercion".
Temu is NOT “American” it is a mess however
Like most people who use the internet, you are bombarded by Temu ads. I first learned of Temu a few weeks before The infamous Super Bowl Ad that let the world know earlier this year. I was immediately stuck with thinking Temu was a scam, I have yet to be convinced I’m not wrong.
China Hit with New Covid Wave Months After Easing Restrictions: A Deeper Look
Six months after China loosened what were some of the world's most stringent Covid-19 control measures, the country is witnessing a surge in cases, a stark contrast to the previous scenario where each case was meticulously tracked and quarantined. The Chinese government's relaxation of its previous Covid-19 restrictions coincides with an increase in infection rates that could potentially reach as high as 65 million cases per week by June's end, according to a recent medical conference.
Tiananmen Square massacre to be remembered at Liberty Sculpture Park in Mojave Desert on June 4
The Tiananmen Square Massacre of 1989 will be remembered during a memorial gathering in Liberty Sculpture Park at Yermo, California on June 4 at 4:00 p.m. A new sculpture by the park's creator Chen Weiming will be unveiled.
Chinese Citizens Take Legal Action Against Florida's Property Buying Ban
A group of Chinese citizens residing and working in Florida has taken legal action against a newly implemented law that prohibits them from purchasing property in the state. Represented by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), the plaintiffs claim that the law is both unconstitutional and discriminatory. The ban extends its impact to Chinese Americans and individuals of Asian descent. Supporters of the legislation argue that it is necessary to safeguard national security interests.
G7 Leaders Warn China and North Korea on Nuclear Weapons, Tighten Sanctions on Russia
The world's strongest democratic nations, collectively known as the G7, have issued a warning to China and North Korea, urging them to halt their nuclear weapon programs. In addition, the G7 leaders have intensified sanctions aimed at punishing Moscow and shifting the course of the ongoing 15-month invasion of Ukraine. There is growing concern in Asia that China, which continues to expand its nuclear program, may attempt to forcibly seize Taiwan, triggering a broader conflict. China has long claimed the self-governed island as part of its territory and regularly deploys ships and fighter jets in its vicinity.
Concrete Evidence of China's Economic Power That Leaves the US and Its Allies Worried
China has long been one of the world's largest economic powerhouses, and the evidence continues to demonstrate that the country is intensifying its dominance. In recent years, China has achieved remarkable accomplishments across various economic sectors, making the United States and other nations apprehensive about China's economic might.
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China is a vast and diverse country that is full of contrasts and contradictions. It is a country that is home to some of the world's most iconic landmarks, such as the Great Wall of China, the Forbidden City, and the Terracotta Warriors. It is also a country with a rich and diverse culinary tradition that is known for its bold flavors, fresh ingredients, and intricate preparation techniques.