Jinping's Scientific Dictatorship, aka Technocracy, relies on 'a combination of surveillance, AI, and big data to monitor people's lives and behavior in minute detail.' MIT correctly notes that China got these ideas in the mid-1980s, but fai
In yesterday's installment related to the presence of the Communist Chinese in many of our universities, especially at Western Kentucky University, I shared the story of an interview I conducted with a former WKU professor, in 2012, who stated that
The Revolt Against the Entitled China's woes mirror our own
"Gradually people came to understand what we now know," Allen said. "It is sort of the intent, the design, to create a regime to systematically take intellectual property here in the U.S." Allen said that the "systematic" theft was not
China's largest lithium battery maker Contemporary Amperex Technology Ltd (CATL) plans to begin producing in 2019 next-generation nickel-rich batteries, which are cheaper to make and have longer life-spans.
Academics proposed a tax on all working adults aged under 40 in China and the money would go to a Reproduction Fund to reward families who have more than one child.
Although China has backpedaled on proposed tariffs on U.S. crude imports, the move is indicative of its need to diversify sources and steps may now be taken to enable China to play the oil card in the future – including imports from Iran despite sa
China and Russia recently announced a new age of diplomacy between the two countries, at a time when President Trump is targeting both with precision-guided economic warfare.
A bombshell new report in Foreign Policy reveals that up to 30 CIA agents and assets working in China were identified and executed by Chinese counterintelligence over a two year period after the CIA's encrypted communications system was infiltrated.
Marilyn Rupar was a buyer for Walmart and Target when she made a horrifying discovery about Chinese labor camps and how they were being used to help bolster the profits of both corporations. When Marilyn began to ask questions, she was banned from no
Just like 1929 Japan, the Achilles heel of the Chinese economy is their extreme oil dependence. This will undoubtedly impact Chinese foreign policy. How bad could it get?
If a policeman asks to unlock your cellphone, the author concludes "In China, it's not wise to refuse." The only natural outcome of a Technocracy is Scientific Dictatorship where every conceivable detail of your life is examined under a microsc
He Yanfu told the China Times that there was a 90% chance that a fully liberalized birth policy will be implemented in 2019.
Chinese state-owned firm winning contracts to print foreign currencies as country seeks to expand global reach and influence
China Takes Over French Share In Giant Iran Gas Project
On June 1, sometime between the US withdrawal from the JCPOA in early May, and its demand in late June that Asian buyers fully halt Iranian oil purchases, PetroChina snuck in a shipment of Iranian crude through Myanmar to its Yunnan Petrochemical ref
China initially announced 25% tariffs on $16 billion worth of US imports, including oil products, LPG and coal in a new list of affected goods but left off import duties on US crude oil.
THE Chinese military told a US Navy plane flying over the highly-disputed island in the South China Sea to "leave immediately". The US Navy P-8A Poseidon jet was flying at 16,500 feet to get a view of low-lying coral reefs that have been turned i
While it's true that China's crude oil imports recovered slightly in July, it was still among the lowest so far this year due to a decline in demand from smaller so-called independent "teapot" refineries.
In China, the average meat, milk and egg consumption per capita increased by 3.9, 10 and 6.9 times from 1980 to 2010, more than anywhere else in the world. The livestock population grew from 142 to 441 million animals over the period, lifting the se
Sen. Dianne Feinstein's warm relationship with and advocacy for Communist China go back decades and involve millions, if not billions, of dollars.
China has successfully tested its first waverider boost and glide hypersonic vehicle. It is a missile which can carry nuclear warheads and penetrate existing anti-missile defense system.
For the last 20 million years, the species of yeast used to brew beer has had 16 chromosomes. Now scientists have created a new species with just one.
In 2017, Chinese Academy of Engineering completed a detailed design for an 84 mile long Tunnel to Taiwan. The Academy is the largest central governmental advisory body on infrastructural construction.