Can Sri Lanka count on China to solve its debt issue?

In-depth Reports 09/22/22, 18:51

Sri Lanka’s economy sank into one of the deepest recessions since the country’s independence in 1948. With around $35 billion in foreign debt, Sri Lanka is the first government in the Asia-Pacific region to default on its international obligations since Pakistan in 1999.  According to government statistics Sri Lanka owes at ...

The constructions with most malignant fengshui in Beijing

Trending 09/09/22, 17:21

In the history of Asian dynasties, newly crowned dynasties often sought to "sever the dragon's blood vessel" of the previous dynasty. The purpose was to overpower and prevent insurgents from restoring the monarchy. China is the land of Shenzhou with 5,000 years of brilliant history, with heroes and Confucianists who ...

Baidu, another Big Tech accused of data theft?

In-depth Reports 08/23/22, 08:00

On the night of August 18, a tweet posted on social media by the user named "Bian Xiang" was shared thousands of times in a few hours. It accused Chinese tech giant Baidu of invading user privacy by using the Baidu manual network disk reviewer to open the contents of the user's ...

China’s debt bomb about to explode: 5 ominous signs

Social problem 08/03/22, 12:37

Debt to GDP ratio of at least 275%, immense hidden debt by corrupted local governments, property developers default one by one… China's debt bomb is ticking much louder. Can the communist regime postpone the day of debt reckoning? Overview of China's debt mountain As reported by Bloomberg, China's debt will probably break the ...

‘Capability of PLA can only be maintained for 2 weeks’: Military logistics supporting capability is surprisingly deficient

Weapon/Army 07/21/22, 17:44

Experts: The CCP's military logistics supporting capability is surprisingly deficient Hong Kong media South China Morning Post reported on July 20 that senior U.S. military analysts believe that the CCP's military logistics supporting capability is surprisingly deficient and could become a weak point on the battlefield. The fighting capability of the Air Force ...

CCP cornered: US allies join in crackdown on forced labor in Xinjiang

Corruption 07/20/22, 18:13

On June 21, 2022, measures imposed by the United States seeking to regulate imports from the Xinjiang region of China, where millions of Uyghurs and members of other minorities persecuted by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) are estimated to be victims of slave labor in the regime's controversial re-education camps, ...