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China vows fight over trade moves

by Chen Weihua, Zhou Jin appears in Features Section  pdf

Trade issues escalate between the U.S. and China.

Bain forecasts 10-15 year automation driven economic boom but many impacts from wages losses and job losses

by Brian Wang appears in Features Section  pdf

Increases in automation may displace more workers yet will open a less expensive path for entrepreneurs.

China crypto national currency ‘inevitable’

by Richard Cook appears in Features Section  pdf

Zhou Xiaochuan, a former governor of the People’s Bank of China, predicts that it is inevitable for digital currency to replace notes and coins.

Kissinger says no chance for ‘freeze-for-freeze’ with North Korea

by Asia Times appears in Features Section  pdf

Dr. Henry Kissinger analyzes the situation between the U.S. and North Korea.

Xi Jinping, Kim Jong-un hold talks in Beijing

by China Daily appears in Features Section  pdf

Xi Jinping (???) held talks with Kim Jong-un (???) at the Great Hall of the Peoples of Beijing, where one of the talking points was the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula.

FBI Director’s Shock Claim

by Betsy Woodruff, Julia Arciga appears in Features Section  pdf

During the Senate intelligence community’s open hearing concerning the greatest threats to the country, FBI Director Chris Wray made unfair statements about Chinese student covert activities and information gathering for China.

Supporting CAPAC Members' Statement Against Rubio and Wray's Remarks Singling Out Chinese Students and Scientists

by APAPA appears in Features Section  pdf

The portrayal of Chinese students as national security threats was criticized by the Congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus (CAPAC). CAPAC was supported in their position by The Asian Pacific Islander American Public Affairs Association (APAPA).

Committee of 100 Denounces Broad Brush Stereotyping and Targeting of Chinese Students and Academics

by C100 appears in Features Section  pdf

Committed to fair and appropriate espionage investigation, prosecution and ultimate punishment, the Committee of 100 (C100) does not support non-evidence-based activities such as profiling or suspicion based on national origin, race, or ethnicity.

Fear of Chinese ‘non-traditional collectors’ strikes again

by George Koo appears in Commentary Section  pdf

Dr. Koo comments on the statements made by FBI Director Chris Wray.

Chinese Institute of Engineers Centennial (1917 - 2017)

by CIE-NY appears in Features Section  pdf

The Centennial celebration of the Chinese Institute of Engineers (CIE) took place in 2017 at the beautiful Palisades Conference Center. Associated organizations include the Modern Engineering and Technology Seminar (METS), Sino-American Technology and Engineering Conference (SATEC), and the Asian American Engineer or the Year (AAEOY).

Vision for an Arctic Railroad

by Doug Tsuruoka appears in Features Section  pdf

A 40% reduction in sailing time can be achieved using this new route that has become a possibility due to global warming.

When Flying Tigers Ruled the Sky

by Walter Ko appears in Book Review Section  pdf

Walter give us a brief look at the amazing book, “The Flying Tigers: American Outlaw pilots over China in World War II”, by Bill Yenne.

Global quantum internet dawns, thanks to China's Micius (墨子) satellite

by Michael Irving appears in Features Section  pdf

China’s Micius satellite made history by breaking the Quantum Entanglement Distance Record by ‘teleporting’ a message over 1,200km.

China-Russia Commercial Jets

by Brian Wang appears in News Section  pdf

A joint venture between the Russian United Aircraft Corporation (UAC), and the Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China (COMAC) looks to take a sizable slice of the aircraft pie dominated by Airbus and Boeing.

Murder in New York’s Chinatown

by Foster Stockwell appears in Book Review Section  pdf

Foster gives us a glimpse Scott Seligman’s book which uncovers the dark side of life in New York’s Chinatown. Scott’s book is “Tong Wars, The Untold Story of Vice, Money, and Murder in New York’s Chinatown, and is published by Viking Press.



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