The Weekly Brief

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Released on 23.05.2022






Canada and World Should Shut China's Offshore Research Centers


Canada is finally banning Huawei from its telecommunication networks. The company, based in China, allegedly has military and intelligence ties to the regime in Beijing. Ottawa, Canada’s capital, cited national security risks as the reason. But the Canadian government of the leftist Liberal party is years late. The United States began restricting business with Huawei in 2019.

Read more: theepochtimes.com



Un Expert Alena Douhan slammed over US$200,000 contribution from China


A watchdog said Thursday an independent UN expert took a large payment from Beijing, alleging that she helped China “whitewash” its treatment of the Uyghur minority and demanding she return the money.


Read more: hongkongfp.com



China slams US for meeting “Political Exile Disguised as Religious Figure” Dalai Lama

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian criticised the United States for sending Special Coordinator for Tibetan Issues Uzra Zeya to meet with the Dalai Lama and visit Tibetan communities in Nepal, saying that the “Tibetan government-in-exile” is “not recognised by any country in the world.”

Read more: statecraft.co.in



British Company Accused of Links to Police Persecuting Uyghur Muslims – Byline Times

A private British company that offers police training is accused of links to police forces in Xinjiang, China, the province where it is alleged that Chinese police have subjected the Uyghur Muslim minority to torture and detention.


Read more: islamophobia.me



Organ Harvesting in China is Real.

Here are the Smoking Guns


Individual snapshots of organ transplant abuse in China and attempts at cover up can not show volume or scale or scope of the abuse. Yet these individual snapshots can provide insights that a description of the overall situation can not.


Read more: bitterwinter.org



US Investigators indict exiled Chinese pro-democracy activist on spying charges


A prominent Chinese democracy activist in exile has been indicted on spying charges in the United States alongside four intelligence officers, suggesting successful infiltration of exile groups by China's state security police.


Read more: rfa.org



Tibet: No Religion Allowed in Social Media short videos and Webcasts


President Xi Jinping is obsessed with social media spiraling out of control, as censors are not quick enough when they cancel “dangerous” posts. Everywhere within the borders of the People’s Republic of China new forms of control are created and implemented. However, Tibet is a special case, and the authorities believe that even more control is needed here.

Read more: tibet.net