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Global Times: Let the World’s Top Scientists Be Proud that They received Award from China

On November 6, 2022, China held a World Laureates Forum in Shanghai. Chen Jining, Secretary of the Shanghai Municipal Party Committee, Wan Gang, Chairman of the China Association for Science and Technology, Shen Haixiong, Vice Minister of the Propaganda Department of the CPC Central Committee and Director of the China Central Radio and Television Station, and Roger Kornberg, Chairman of the World Top Scientists Association and winner of the 2006 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, attended the opening ceremony and delivered speeches.

China’s state media Global Times published a commentary discussing the objectives of the forum. Below are the main points from the commentary:

“At the opening ceremony of the Fifth World’s Top Scientists Forum (World Laureates Forum) held in Shanghai, the first World Top Scientists Association Award (hereinafter referred to as the ‘Top Scientists Award’) was awarded. The World’s Top Scientists Association initiated the award and hosted the event along with  the Shanghai World’s Top Scientists Development Foundation. The ‘Top Scientists Award is a science award for global scientists. It was officially announced at the 4th World’s Top Scientists Forum on November 1, 2021. The Top Scientist Award is awarded once a year. At present, two individual awards have been established, the ‘Intelligent Science or Mathematics Award’ and the ‘Life Science or Medicine Award.’ Ten million Chinese Yuan (~US$1.5 million) is given to each award winner. The same award can be given to and shared by up to 4 people. This award is also the highest bonus science and technology award established by China to date.”

“The establishment of the Top Scientist Award has a certain significance for the development of science and technology in China.”

“First of all, among the fiercely competitive world science and technology awards, large-scale investment in the establishment of international science and technology awards shows the determination and confidence of Chinese entrepreneurs and the scientific and technological circles to dare to participate in the competition for the world’s top science and technology awards.”

“Second, the international science and technology awards issued locally will help to increase the public attention given to science and technology, broaden the horizons of the scientific and technological circles and the public, and deepen the understanding of international scientific and technological progress and of global scientists.”

“Third, the Top Science and Technology Association Award is an international award led by non-governmental organizations and recommended by top scientists. It highlights its non-governmental, academic, and international nature, and is conducive to showing China’s more open international image in the field of science and technology and to promoting global academic exchanges and cooperation with scientific research to build a more open scientific community.”

1. Website for China Association for Science and Technology                                                                                                            

2. Global Times, November 14, 2022

Global Times Accused the U.S. of Four Major Sins in Manipulating Cyber Hegemony

China’s state-run media Global Times published an article recently accusing the U.S. of dominating cyberspace and launching cyber attacks. The article said,“In June 2022, Northwestern Polytechnical University issued a ‘Public Statement’ claiming that it had suffered a cyber attack from overseas. In September, it was found that a cyber attack against Northwestern Polytechnical University came from the National Security Agency (NSA) Specific Intrusion Operations Office (TAO). The cyber hegemony by the United States originated in cyberspace, covered the world, and spread to the whole globe. Its cyber attacks have long been systematic. The cyberspace seems peaceful. However, on the other end of the Internet, there are countless ‘tentacles’ of the United States waiting to seize secrets. The United States has been manipulating cyber hegemony and creating troubles.”

The article enumerated “four major sins” by the U.S. in manipulating cyber hegemony.

1. The United States has established a large and professional cybersecurity intelligence agency to pave the way for cyber intrusions.

”On September 5, 2022, the ‘Investigation Report on the Discovery of NSA Cyber Attacks by Northwestern Polytechnical University (Part 1)’ jointly issued by the National Computer Virus Emergency Response Center of China and 360 Companies mentioned that the NSA’s subsidiary The Specific Intrusion Operations Office (TAO) was behind the cyberattacks on China’s Northwestern Polytechnical University. “

“The TAO, composed of more than 2,000 military and civilian personnel, is recognized as the cyber warfare force with the highest level of combat in the world.”

2. The United States conducts cyber attacks on other countries and steals secrets from other countries.

“In recent years, the TAO has launched tens of thousands of network attacks on China, controlling tens of thousands of network servers, Internet terminals, network switches, telephone switches, routers, firewalls, and more, and has stolen no less than 140GB of information and data.”

3. By combining public opinion hegemony with cyber hegemony, the United States creates a protective shell for its cyber attacks.

4. The United States tramples on the cyber sovereignty of other countries and arbitrarily infringes upon the Internet human rights of other countries’ citizens.

Source: Global Times, September 29, 2022

North Korea Fired More than 40 Missiles This Year

North Korea fired a short-range ballistic missile into the waters off its eastern coast on October 14, the latest in a series of recent North Korean launches.

South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff said the missile was launched from the Sunan area near the North Korean capital Pyongyang. Reuters said this was at least North Korea’s 41st ballistic missile launch this year.

North Korea stated that its recent string of missile tests, including an intermediate-range ballistic missile that flew over Japan last week, was in response to the joint military exercises by South Korea and the United States.

North Korea’s latest launch in the early hours of Friday also drew Japan’s attention. The Japanese government said the missile is believed to have fallen outside Japan’s exclusive economic zone, about 370 kilometers from the coast.

Source: Epoch Times, October 13, 2022

UDN: Police Took a Young Woman Away for Taking Pictures in a Kimono on the Street in Suzhou

The police scolded a young woman while she was taking a photo in a kimono on Huaihai Street in Suzhou. She was not allowed to take a photo in a kimono. She could only wear Hanfu (the traditional style of clothing worn by the Han Chinese). The woman asked if there is any regulation on this issue. The police forcibly took her away on the grounds of “picking quarrels and provoking trouble.” ”She was taken to the police station and questioned for five hours and her phone was searched. “

According to, in the video, a woman’s weak voice talks to the angry police. She asked, “Can you yell at me like this?” “Yes,” “What’s the reason for (taking me)?” “You are suspected of picking quarrels and provoking trouble.”

It can be seen from the photo that the date of the photo was August 10, which is not sensitive. It was not near the relevant museum or memorial. It was just a general kimono and there was no sign such as the Japanese military flag. The girl posted her story on the internet.

Source: UDN, August 15, 2022

Global Times Commentary Calls Pelosi’s Taiwan Trip a “Sneaky Visit” with “Four Conspiracies” of the United States to Split and Contain China

China’s State media Global Times published a commentary article on U.S. House speaker Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan. The article said, “Pelosi’s sneaky visit to Taiwan is a grand show of the US’s anti-China strategy and a big exposure of its geopolitical ambitions. From the beginning to the end, Pelosi has not talked about the exchanges between the legislatures, but the conspiracy to split the two sides of the Taiwan Strait in all aspects, contain China in all aspects, shape the ‘Indo-Pacific’ in all aspects, and promote the new Cold War in all aspects.”

The article listed 4 such conspiracies of the United States:

1. Turn Taiwan into a colony of American ideology;
2. Turn Taiwan into an unsinkable aircraft carrier for the Asia-Pacific alliance;
3. Turning Taiwan into a Military Frontier for the Indo-Pacific Strategy;
4. Turn Taiwan into a chip killer for China’s tech blockade.

Source: Global Times, August 10, 2022

Philippine Fishermen Found Wreckage of China’s “Long March 5-B” Rocket

Taiwan news media New Talk reported that the Philippine Coast Guard released photos on August 2, alleging that Philippine fishermen salvaged a 3-meter long, 2-meter wide rocket with debris weighing 100 kilograms off the coast of Mindoro Island at the northern end of the Sulu Sea. Judging from the appearance and text on the wreckage, it may be China’s “Long March 5-B” carrier rocket launched on July 24.

The rocket debris displayed by the Philippine Coast Guard clearly shows the pattern of the Chinese five-star flag. Philippine media reported that there are also Chinese characters on it. The Philippine Space Agency told the media that debris from a Chinese rocket crashed into the waters off the western part of the Philippines. There was no report of damage caused by the debris. That such a large and heavy piece of wreckage did not cause casualties or damage is perhaps just luck.

Source: New Talk, August 3, 2022

HSBC Becomes the First Foreign Bank in China to Establish a Chinese Communist Party Branch

Lianhe Zaobao (United Morning Post), a Singapore based newspaper, reported that the financial institution, HSBC Qianhai Securities Co. Ltd., established a branch of the Communist Party of China, becoming the only bank among the seven foreign banks with an investment banking business in mainland China that has established a grassroots organization of the Communist Party in its subsidiaries.

China’s company law requires companies to set up grassroots Communist Party committees, but it does not mandate foreign financial institutions to do so. Foreign media previously reported that HSBC Qianhai Securities set up a party committee of the Communist Party of China, believing that the move might force other foreign banks to follow suit.

According to The Epoch Times, the establishment of the Communist Party branch of HSBC Qianhai Securities comes after its move in April  to raise its stake in the joint venture from 51 percent to 90 percent .

At first, in order to facilitate the introduction of foreign capital, they only established party branches in foreign companies secretly. Later it became a completely open requirement. Based on data released by the Organization Department of the Chinese Communist Party Central Committee, by the end of 2016, 70 percent of foreign-funded enterprises in China had established party branches or committees.

Source: Lianhe Zaobao; Epochtimes, July 22, 2022.

China’s Media Continues to Spread that Covid Virus May Have Come from U.S. Biological Laboratory

China News, a major news media in China, recently published an article titled, “Lancet Scholar Says New Coronavirus May Have Originated in U.S. Biological Laboratory.” The article cited a report from Russia Today. The article stated, “Jeffrey Sachs, chairman of the new crown committee of the international medical journal The Lancet, said that the new coronavirus may not have come from nature. It may have originated from an accident in a U.S. biotech laboratory.”

The article was republished on many media channels in China including Xinhua.

Radio Free Asia pointed out that Chinese media blatantly tampered with the original words of U.S. experts.

According to Radio Free Asia, Sachs made it clear that, “I’m pretty sure it came from biotechnology in American labs — not from nature.” Sachs said so in a speech at a conference hosted by the Spanish think tank GATE Center in mid-June.

1., July 2, 2022
2. Radio Free Asia, July 13, 2022