On December 7, the Epoch Times reported that, on December 6, a Chinese government employee publishing an open letter to Chinese leaders Hu Jintao, Wen Jiabao and Wu Bangguo, urging them to bring former Chinese dictator Jiang Zeming and his Shanghai Gang to justice.
The Times reported that the United Kingdom’s counter-intelligence and security agency, M15, chief Jonathan Evans wrote confidentially to 300 chief executives of major companies and security chiefs of banks warning them of electronic attacks from "Chinese state organizations."
China’s Premier Wen Jiabao visited Wenlou Village in Henan Province on Friday, November 30, when World AIDS Day was approaching. It is a village heavily plagued by AIDS. Before Premier Wen’s arrival, local authorities not only put a group of activists and outspoken AIDS patients under house arrest; they also arranged for 1,600 policemen to dress up as villagers to welcome Premier Wen.
China becomes the first country to have more than 10 billion monthly search engine queries, thus exceeding the US and establishing a new world record.
The BBS forum on China News Services‘ website posted an article reminding all Chinese to pay close attention to the seven biggest "anti-China" experts in international society. A number of readers responded to the article by expressing their hatred toward these scholars.
On November 28, 2007, José Manuel Barroso, President of the Eurpoean Commission, an executive branch of the European Union (EU) and José Sócrates, the Prime Minister of Portugal, will visit China for the 10th Annual China-EU summit in Beijing. This meeting between China and European leaders will act as a catalyst to strengthened their relationship.
Recently at a seminar at the Peking University Law School, a well-known law professor, Jiang Ping, said that Chinese companies face many obstacles. The reason is that these businesses came out of an old system, and the standardized legislation that applies to them has only been in existence for about 20 years. He listed 3 major issues.
According to Xinhua, on November 30, 2007, Chinese troops traveled on the high-speed Qinghai-Tibet railway from Mainland China to Lasha. It was the first time they had done so since the world’s highest railway line was officially inaugurated on July 1, 2007.
The Third Session of Advanced Study of Overseas Chinese Language Media was held on November 26 in Beijing. The Culture, Education and Propaganda Department of Overseas Chinese Affair Office of the State Council, China News Services, and the School of Journalism of Renmin University of China sponsored the event.
Western countries are rallying together against China in Africa, warned International Herald Leader of Xinhua on December 27, 2007.