Monday , 18 June 2018

Heavy rains in Southern China cause at least 4 deaths from electrocution

Heavy rains in Southern China cause at least 4 deaths from electrocution

Heavy rain has battered southern China all week, with more downpours forecast for this weekend. The subsequent flooding has claimed at least four lives as a result of electrocution, according to official estimates, though locals have reported many more. Local residents are also calling out local authorities for ...

The curious case of a former CIA agent selling Intel to China

The curious case of a former CIA agent selling Intel to China

Chinese spies first contacted Kevin Patrick Mallory on LinkedIn, hoping to lure him into providing important intelligence. One Chinese agent claimed to be a corporate headhunter for a firm called Darren and Associates. He then introduced Mallory to his associate, ...

Chinese regime tightens social media control with Investigation on college students

Chinese regime tightens social media control with Investigation on college students

Recent events have revealed how China’s internet companies and higher education collude with censorship authorities to closely monitor citizens on social media. On June 9, China Digital Times, a U.S.-based website that closely monitors internet censorship in China, first revealed a public bulletin announcement posted by an unnamed ...

China pushing to control US rail Industry

China pushing to control US rail Industry

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is taking steps to control the U.S. rail industry, leveraging state funding to undercut competitors, force private companies out of business, and then dominate the market. The issue doesn’t end with the debate about the ...