CCP Keeps List of Foreigners It Wants to Recruit; Monitors Expats | Epoch News | China Insider

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From Houston to the small town of Esbjerg in Denmark, the Chinese regime has its eyes on Chinese nationals and foreigners around the world‚ÄĒpeople it hopes to influence into furthering Beijing‚Äôs interests.

Recently, The Epoch Times obtained a leaked government document that disclosed a list revealing that the Chinese regime seeks to ‚Äúcultivate talent‚ÄĚ in a wide breadth of sectors and countries.

For decades, Beijing has maintained such talent-recruitment programs, such as the widely scrutinized ‚ÄúThousand Talents Plan,‚ÄĚ which lures overseas Chinese and foreign experts into working in China‚Äôs science and tech sectors‚ÄĒto help fulfill its ambition of turning China into a high-tech manufacturing powerhouse.

Japan, India, Australia Plan New Global Supply Chain to Counter China

Experts say that Japan, India, and Australia are planning a new global supply network and are working out an initiative called the Supply Chain Resilience Initiative (SCRI) to reduce dependency on China.

They say that the initiative is a result of the emerging geopolitics in the post-coronavirus world.

Satoru Nagao, a visiting fellow at Hudson Institute and an expert on India‚ÄďU.S.‚ÄďJapan security cooperation, told The Epoch Times in an email: ‚ÄúThis cooperation is well-related to current U.S. policy toward China. Washington has an interest in preventing Beijing from gaining the wealth it needs to rapidly modernize its military.‚ÄĚ

Hong Kong in Shock After Police Tackle a 12-Year-Old Girl

Footage of two officers tackling a 12-year-old girl to the ground on a Hong Kong street over the weekend has ignited a fresh outpouring of anger amid ongoing criticisms of police violence.

Video shared widely on social media showed police kettling a group of people on a sidewalk in the district of Mong Kok. The girl, who was in the crowd, then started to run away. Shouting ‚Äústand still!,‚ÄĚ an officer chased her as another tackled her to the ground; a third then joined to restrain her.

Since mass pro-democracy protests erupted in the city last June, Hong Kong police have come under growing criticism over excessive use of force in handling protesters. Incidents last year include alleged sexual assault of female students, indiscriminately pepper spraying and beating train passengers, and a two-week-long siege of college campuses.

CCP Honors Medical Workers, but Not Whistleblower

On September 8, the Chinese regime held a ceremony honoring medical experts who contributed to controlling the virus. Communist leader Xi Jinping claimed his control over the virus proves what he calls the ‚Äúincomparably strong leadership of the Communist Party.‚ÄĚ

But Chinese netizens noticed one name was missing among the honored. Doctor Li Wenliang, the whistleblower from Wuhan, tried to alert the public to the infectious virus as early as December.

He was summoned by Chinese police for what they deemed spreading rumors online and later died from the virus. Li‚Äôs Weibo account has since become China’s virtual wailing wall‚ÄĒor memorial wall‚ÄĒwith over 1 million comments.

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