Author: Staff Writer

  • China’s economic downturn continues

    China’s economic downturn continues

    In spite of Beijing’s sincere endeavours to tackle China’s economic predicaments, the outcomes have been less than pleasing. The economic horizon looks rather bleak, with no noteworthy enhancements on the horizon. The real estate sector, a significant contributor to China’s economic distress, has been the target of Beijing’s latest economic stimulus initiatives. Yet, these strategies,…

  • Adulterated Chinese food poses threats to global health and environment

    Adulterated Chinese food poses threats to global health and environment

    Food adulteration has become rampant in China, which has affected not only the domestic population but also the countries importing food items from China. Various China-manufactured items including toothpaste, sweets, and dog food contained toxic chemicals, some of them even radioactive.  Taiwan found the red dye imported from China for spicy seasoning was carcinogenic. In…

  • China has tripled number of surveillance satellites in 6 years: US General warnsz

    China has tripled number of surveillance satellites in 6 years: US General warnsz

    A United States military official recently said that the Communist regime in China has tripled its number of on-orbit satellites that could be used for intelligence or military purposes in recent years. Space Force Gen. Stephen Whiting, while addressing a July 17 talk at the Aspen Institute think tank, said the Chinese Communist Party (CCP)…

  • Why China denies building a military base in Tajikistan

    Why China denies building a military base in Tajikistan

    Though, China has denied that it is constructing a secret military base in Tajikistan, near areas close to Afghanistan, but reports of The Telegraph, a British daily, which are based on satellite images, maintain that Beijing is constructing the military facility for the last eight years by carving out mountains in the Central Asian nation.…

  • Clear and Present Danger: China’s hacking threat poses global security challenge

    Clear and Present Danger: China’s hacking threat poses global security challenge

    The Chinese hacking horror keeps robbing the peace of mind of people and countries now and then and this time it is the Australian government which has flagged the challenge which the world is facing. Australia alleged that cyber security firms backed by Beijing authorities stole passwords and usernames from unnamed Australian networks in 2022.…

  • CCP censors Premier’s speech for comparing China’s post-pandemic ‘Zombie Economy’ to a sick patient

    CCP censors Premier’s speech for comparing China’s post-pandemic ‘Zombie Economy’ to a sick patient

    The Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) attempts to hide the condition of the nation’s post-pandemic struggling economy continue as the CCP has censored Chinese Premier Li Qiang’s speech, where he compared the Asian major’s ailing economy to a “sick patient”. The Epoch Times reported, quoting China analysts, that the Xi Jinping-led Communist regime has censored the…

  • Philippines readies for armed conflict amid growing Chinese aggression

    Philippines readies for armed conflict amid growing Chinese aggression

    China’s actions in relation to sharing the South China Sea with the Philippines so far have been aggressive but nonlethal, yet Manila does not want to risk remaining unalert and inadequately prepared. The Philippines now has decided to modernise its defence system to combat Chinese forces in case the ongoing clashes turn violent. It involved…

  • The Rot Within: Corruption Undermines China’s Military Ambitions

    The Rot Within: Corruption Undermines China’s Military Ambitions

    In a shocking turn of events, China’s ruling Communist Party has expelled two former defense ministers on corruption charges, exposing a deep-seated rot within the nation’s military apparatus. This unprecedented move against Li Shangfu and Wei Fenghe has sent ripples through China’s political and military establishments, raising serious questions about the country’s combat readiness and…

  • China’s rising hunger for space dominance against the US

    China’s rising hunger for space dominance against the US

    A recent report from RAND highlights an increase in China’s willingness to take risks and its expanding strategic operations in space, a bold move designed to contest the US’s supremacy in this field. The report scrutinizes publicly available Chinese defence documents, offering an extensive review of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA)’s viewpoints on the escalation…

  • Is anti-China sentiment rising in the Philippines?

    Is anti-China sentiment rising in the Philippines?

    If tensions rise between any two nations, it is public trust, goodwill and people-to-people engagement that immediately fall victim to strains in relations between those countries. This can be very much seen in the case of ongoing tensions between Beijing and Manila over the South China Sea, triggering fear among ethnic Chinese living in the…