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  • The rise and spectacular fall of China’s Interpol chief Meng Hongwei

    10/08/2018 1:23:05 PM PDT · by Faith Presses On · 7 replies
    South China Morning Post ^ | 10/8/18 | Nectar Gan
    At the crest of his political career Meng Hongwei, the first-ever Chinese president of Interpol, was proudly hailed by state media as a testimony to the international community’s “full recognition” of China’s law enforcement capacity and status as a country based on the rule of law. Less than a year after he took the helm of the global policing body, Meng hosted its general assembly in Beijing – only the second time in the country’s history. At the opening ceremony, he was given the rare privilege of sitting next to the country’s most powerful man, President Xi Jinping, who –...
  • Huawei Technologies Linked to Chinese Communist Party, Intelligence Services

    01/16/2019 2:48:17 PM PST · by Zhang Fei · 5 replies
    Washington Free Beacon ^ | January 16, 2019 5:00 am | Bill Gertz
    Huawei Technologies, the global telecommunications giant at the center of an international diplomatic battle, is a major target in the Trump administration's campaign to halt China's theft of American technology. U.S. intelligence agencies have linked the company to both the Chinese military and civilian intelligence services and the Justice Department is now seeking to prosecute the company's chief financial officer, Meng Wanzhou, for violating American sanctions law. Meng, also known as Cathy Meng and Sabrina Meng, is wanted by the FBI for her role in a scheme to illicitly move hundreds of millions of dollars for Iran through a Huawei...
  • Huawei sacks employee arrested in Poland on spying charges

    01/12/2019 3:46:40 PM PST · by Zhang Fei · 3 replies
    Reuters ^ | January 12, 2019 / 7:35 AM / Updated 7 hours ago | James Pomfret, Anna Koper
    HONG KONG/WARSAW (Reuters) - Chinese telecommunications equipment maker Huawei said on Saturday it had sacked an employee arrested in Poland on spying charges in a case that could intensify Western security concerns about the company. Poland’s internal affairs minister, Joachim Brudzinski, called for the European Union and NATO to work on a joint position over whether to exclude Huawei from their markets following the arrest of the Chinese employee and a former Polish security official on Friday. Huawei, the world’s biggest producer of telecommunications equipment, faces intense scrutiny in the West over its relationship with China’s government and U.S.-led allegations...
  • Chinese Huawei Executive Is Charged With Espionage in Poland

    01/11/2019 6:59:44 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 5 replies
    Wall Street Journal ^ | 01/11/2019 | By Drew Hinshaw and Dan Strumpf
    Polish authorities detained and charged a local sales director of Huawei Technologies Co., a Chinese national, with conducting high-level espionage on behalf of China, amid widening global scrutiny by Washington and its allies of the technology giant.The arrest is another bombshell for Huawei, following the early December detention of the company’s chief financial officer in Canada, at the U.S.’s request, on charges related to Iranian sanctions. Unlike those allegations, the nature of the charges in Poland speak directly to suspicions by Washington and other Western governments that Huawei could be used by Beijing as a global spying tool For years,...
  • Exclusive: New documents link Huawei to suspected front companies in Iran, Syria

    01/08/2019 12:28:26 PM PST · by SeekAndFind · 5 replies
    Reuters ^ | 01/08/2019 | Steve Stecklow, Babak Dehghanpisheh, James Pomfret
    The U.S. case against the chief financial officer of China’s Huawei Technologies, who was arrested in Canada last month, centers on the company’s suspected ties to two obscure companies. One is a telecom equipment seller that operated in Tehran; the other is that firm’s owner, a holding company registered in Mauritius. U.S. authorities allege CFO Meng Wanzhou deceived international banks into clearing transactions with Iran by claiming the two companies were independent of Huawei, when in fact Huawei controlled them. Huawei has maintained the two are independent: equipment seller Skycom Tech Co Ltd and shell company Canicula Holdings Ltd. But...
  • Why My Chinese Dad Switched From an iPhone to a Huawei

    01/07/2019 1:09:47 AM PST · by Zhang Fei · 100 replies
    NY Times ^ | Jan. 5, 2019 | Yuan Ren
    When Apple’s chief executive, Tim Cook, warned investors on Wednesday that the company was facing slowing sales in China, the wider world seemingly greeted the news that Apple had lost its China mojo with shock. But for those who are smartphone users in China, the news just confirmed what we already knew: China’s domestic brands have made huge strides in the years since 2012, creating new features and products that take into account what Chinese users want, for a small fraction of the price. Apple, meanwhile, has mostly failed to localize or reinvent itself, on the assumption that global cachet...
  • U.S. issues China travel advisory amid increased tensions

    01/03/2019 10:27:17 PM PST · by Olog-hai · 30 replies
    Reuters ^ | January 3, 2019 11:48 AM | Lesley Wroughton
    The U.S. State Department on Thursday renewed its warning for U.S. citizens traveling in China to exercise increased caution due to “arbitrary enforcement of local laws” amid heightened diplomatic tensions over the arrest in Canada of a Chinese technology company executive. The updated travel advisory maintains the warning at “Level 2” but also warns about extra security checks and increased police presence in the Xinjiang Uighur and Tibet Autonomous Regions. The advisory follows the detentions by Chinese authorities in December of Canadians Michael Kovrig, a former diplomat and an adviser with the International Crisis Group (ICG) think-tank, and businessman Michael...
  • Huawei and National Security: Can you Trust Your Telecom Infrastructure with this Company?

    12/31/2018 10:04:41 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 5 replies
    American Thinker ^ | 12/31/2018 | Peter Skurkiss
    Huawei is a massive Chinese multinational telecommunications equipment and consumer electronics company. Some basics facts about the company include: It employs over 170,000 people, It is currently the largest telecommunication manufacturer in the world, It was started in 1987 by an engineer formerly in the People's Liberation Army (PLA), It invests heavily in R&D, and Its name can be translated to mean "China is able." Huawei has been in the news lately because Meng Wanzhou, the chief financial officer and daughter of the company's founder, was arrested on December 1 in Vancouver as she was switching planes. Canada did this...
  • Britain’s defence secretary echoes the US with ‘grave, very deep concerns’ about Huawei

    12/27/2018 7:45:55 PM PST · by Rabin · 7 replies
    South China Morning Post ^ | Friday, 28 December, 2018, 10:49am | staff
    The UK is due to shift over to superfast 5G networks from 2019, with telcos such as BT and O2 beginning to run small-scale trials.
  • Huawei’s Retaliation: Massive Apple Boycott Sweeps China Amid U.S. Disputes

    12/27/2018 11:33:15 AM PST · by Zhang Fei · 20 replies
    iDropNews ^ | 12/27/2018 | Troy Thompson
    Tech-industry juggernauts Apple, Samsung and Huawei each have their own unique and strategic (yet often hilarious) way of taunting one another’s flagship devices. But amid recent events like the uncertain state of U.S. China Trade relations and arrest of the firm’s Chief Financial Officer, Meng Wanzhou, the riff between China’s Huawei Technologies Co. and U.S.-based Apple, Inc. has escalated far beyond their typical friendly-fire. Some 20+ Chinese firms have already urged their employees to boycott Apple products and, in retaliation, encourage them to buy from Huawei instead. Most firms partaking of these anti-Apple boycotts are reportedly offering their employees up...
  • Huawei deal to offer free Wi-Fi at Redskins games sparked concern

    12/24/2018 3:02:00 PM PST · by yesthatjallen · 14 replies
    The Hill ^ | 12/24/18 | Emily Birnbaum
    An offer from Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei to provide free Wi-Fi at Washington Redskins football games sparked a federal complaint that ultimately led to the end of the partnership, according to a Wall Street Journal article on Monday. In 2014, Huawei and Redskins officials struck a deal that would have allowed Huawei to provide Wi-Fi to suites at the team's home, FedEx Field. In exchange, Huawei would advertise during broadcasts and in the stadium, the Journal reported. Huawei advertised in FedEx field at two games. Redskins Vice President Rod Nenner even presented Huawei general manager Ming He on the field...
  • There May Soon Be Three Internets. America’s Won’t Necessarily Be the Best.

    12/24/2018 10:56:56 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 29 replies
    New York Times ^ | 10/18/2018 | The Editorial Board
    In September, Eric Schmidt, the former Google chief executive and Alphabet chairman, said that in the next 10 to 15 years, the internet would most likely be split in two — one internet led by China and one internet led by the United States. Mr. Schmidt, speaking at a private event hosted by a venture capital firm, did not seem to seriously entertain the possibility that the internet would remain global. He’s correct to rule out that possibility — if anything, the flaw in Mr. Schmidt’s thinking is that he too quickly dismisses the European internet that is coalescing around...
  • Why Did Canada Arrest The CFO of Chinese Tech Giant Huawei? It's the Battle over 5G Dominance

    12/23/2018 7:49:04 PM PST · by SeekAndFind · 23 replies
    The Coverage ^ | 12/22/2018 | Janus Dongye, Researcher at University of Cambridge
    The detailed reason for this arrest has been revealed. Huawei CFO Wanzhou Meng is suspected of conspiracy to defraud multiple financial US institutions. The US Judiciary found that there was a company called Skycom that traded with Iran during 2011–2014 and Huawei was suspected to control the company Skycom at that time. So the accusation is about the old Iran sanctions 7 years ago. And you might wonder why someone brought this up at this particular time. There is something else that you need to know to understand this incident. Global 5G Battle 5G is the fifth generation of cellular...
  • Spook Nation: China's internal spying is propagating world-wide

    12/20/2018 12:37:44 AM PST · by CharlesOConnell · 10 replies
    Freep | 12/20/2018 | Charles O'Connell
    The Chinese government is poised to become the worldwide spymaster, intimately regulating the daily activities and even the thoughts of all people worldwide. Worldwide spook mastery appears to be the true vocation of the Chinese people.A national precedent was in the Iraq of Sadaam Hussein, where such an extensive system of involuntary spying that up to 60% of the population had been shanghied into spying on all the rest.China has long employed “block grannies” to monitor the activities of every citizen. Aided by Silicon Valley Orwellian high-tech, the Chinese government is engaged in a program of monitoring the details of...
  • Sabotage? Has The Deep State Destroyed Trump's Chances Of A China Trade Deal?

    12/11/2018 4:26:40 AM PST · by vannrox · 29 replies
    Economic Collapse Blog ^ | 10DEC18 | Michael Snyder
    Authored by Michael Snyder via The Economic Collapse blog, Somebody out there apparently does not want President Trump to make a trade deal with China. Just after U.S. and Chinese officials agreed to suspend the implementation of new tariffs for 90 days, one of China’s most important tech executives was literally kidnapped as she was changing planes in Canada. Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou was simply on her way to Mexico, but at the urging of U.S. authorities the Canadians grabbed her and are refusing to let her go. Reportedly, the plan is to extradite her to the United States where...
  • China Takes Hostages? Two Canadians Held In Huawei Dispute

    12/13/2018 8:11:03 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 8 replies
    Hotair ^ | 12/13/2018 | Ed Morrissey
    It turns out that US worries over conducting business and travel in China were justified. Two Canadian business executives have been arrested on national-security grounds in China, just days after the arrest of Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou. CBS News reports that the Canadian embassy has thus far not been able to contact Michael Spavor and Michael Kovrig, although their spokesperson insists that their legal rights are being “safeguarded” by their jailers: China on Thursday confirmed it has detained two Canadian men, raising the stakes in a three-way international dispute over the case of a Chinese telecoms executive facing possible...
  • China Detains a 2nd Canadian, Escalating Diplomatic Feud

    12/12/2018 10:57:52 PM PST · by Theoria · 12 replies
    The New York Times ^ | 12 Dec 2018 | Steven Lee Myers and Dan Bilefsky
    China appeared to intensify its punitive campaign against Canada over the arrest of a top Chinese technology executive as a second Canadian working here was detained by security officials and dropped out of contact with his government. The second case involves Michael Spavor, a writer and entrepreneur who operates a cultural organization that promotes trips into North Korea. A newspaper linked to the provincial government in Liaoning, along the border with North Korea, reported that he had been detained by security officials there on charges of “engaging in activities jeopardizing China’s national security.” Mr. Spavor gained prominence for helping arrange...
  • US has a 'concerted strategy' to push allies to reject Huawei's 5G equipment

    12/11/2018 12:26:40 PM PST · by Hojczyk · 11 replies
    Yahoo Finance ^ | December 11, 2018 | Kelly Olsen
    The United States has a "concerted strategy" to pressure its allies to shun Chinese tech giant Huawei's 5G network equipment, Eurasia Group analyst Kevin Allison says. U.S. allies, including the U.K., Australia, New Zealand and Japan, are keeping Huawei out. 5G technology will "set the tone for the rest of the 21st century," according to Allison. The United States is pushing its allies to shut out Chinese tech giant Huawei's 5G networks due to national security concerns as the high-speed technology is set to play a critical role in the 21st century, a Eurasia Group expert said Tuesday. Japan, Washington's...
  • US-China tensions played no part in death of renowned Stanford professor Zhang Shoucheng

    12/11/2018 11:20:26 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 2 replies
    South China Morning Post ^ | 12/11/2018 | William Zheng
    The family of Stanford professor Zhang Shoucheng, a world-renowned physicist and venture capitalist, denied speculation on Chinese social media that his death was connected to tensions in US-China relations or the arrest of Huawei’s CFO in Canada on Saturday. Zhang, a tenured professor of physics at Stanford University, was internationally recognised for his work in quantum science. He was also the founding partner of Danhua Capital, a Silicon Valley-based venture capital fund investing mainly in early-stage technologies. Zhang died on Saturday, December 1, according to his family. He was 55. “There is no police investigation, and the authorities have no...
  • Dick Morris: Criminal Chinese Company Had Strong Links to Clintons

    12/10/2018 9:16:33 PM PST · by bitt · 52 replies
    westernjournal.com ^ | 12/10/2018 | morris
    When the chief financial officer of Huawei Technologies, Meng Wanzhou, was arrested in Canada on Dec. 1 through an extradition warrant from the U.S., American media described, in detail, how the company had conspired to evade U.S. sanctions on Iran Huawei has long been involved in helping terrorist states and seeking to thwart U.S. sanctions. Meng is the daughter of Huawei’s founder, Ren Zhengfei. As details of Huawei’s complicity with Iran emerge, it is time to look back on the Clinton family and its close relationship with Huawei. When their connection was first exposed more than a decade ago, it...