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Beijing is the king of poison! Man diagnosed with pneumonia opens cafeteria and receives 926 people in secret

A man in Beijing developed a fever and headache last month and was diagnosed with Chinese Communist pneumonia after visiting a hospital, and then officials reported that the man was hiding his true tracks, leading to close contact with at least 926 people, three of whom have been diagnosed with the disease. The news sparked civil discussion.

The official news on Feb. 2, Fast Tech reported that Wang Mou, a 51-year-old male, and his Family members rented the village of Lianzhuang in Zhaoquanying Town, Shunyi District, Beijing, and provided student care, transportation and dining services through a small dining table, enrolling more than 20 preschoolers and elementary school students from Zhaoquanying Town, Gaoliying Town and other surrounding villages and towns, with Wang responsible for driving the children to and from school. on Jan. 8, Wang Mou went to the Changping District Beijing On January 8, Wang went to the fever clinic at Tsinghua Changgeng Hospital in Changping District. The hospital screened Wang Mou on that day, and Wang Mou had a positive nucleic acid result for common pneumonia. on January 9, Wang Mou was transferred to Ditan Hospital for isolation treatment.

Wang concealed the real trip. Later, the work carried out by the CDC department confirmed that Wang Mou’s close contact with a total of 926 people, including the operation of small lunch tables involving children 21 people, 23 Parents of children.

Report: China’s monthly income of more than 5,000 Internet users less than 30%

On February 3, China Internet Network Information Center (CNNIC) released the 47th Statistical Report on the Development of China’s Internet, showing that less than 30% of Internet users have a monthly income of more than RMB 5,000.

The cut-off Time for the report to obtain data is December 2020. According to statistics, the size of China’s Internet users reached 989 million, accounting for one-fifth of the global Internet users, which means that the world’s largest group of Internet users is gradually formed.

In terms of Education, the largest number of Internet users are of junior high school education level, accounting for 40.3%; elementary school and below account for 19.3%; and only 9.3% are university undergraduates and above. In terms of occupation structure, students are the main force of Internet users, accounting for 21%, followed by self-employed/freelancers (16.9%) and rural migrant workers (12.7%).

The most striking item in the report is the “monthly income structure of Internet users”.

The survey results showed that 32.7% of Internet users had a monthly income of RMB2,001 to RMB5,000; 29.3% of Internet users had a monthly income of RMB5,000 or above; and 15.3% of Internet users had a monthly income of RMB1,000 or below.

The topic of “Only 30% of Internet users have a monthly income above RMB 5,000” was once among the top 10 of Weibo’s hot search list, and the topic was marked with the word “boiling”, which means “boiling with people’s voices, being hotly debated by the majority of netizens” as explained by the official Weibo. The word “boiling” is also marked after the topic, which means “people are buzzing and being discussed by the majority of netizens” as explained by Weibo. However, the topic hotness is then suspected to be suppressed, the ranking quickly fell.

Another mine explosion! China’s financial risk is approaching a critical point

China’s mainland listed real estate developer “Huaxia Happiness” is rumored to be in debt crisis, overdue 5.255 billion yuan of debt insolvency, becoming another major financial event after the HNA Group announced bankruptcy restructuring. The outside world is concerned about whether China’s systemic financial risk is approaching a critical point.

On January 7, it was rumored that Chinese real estate developer “Huaxia Happiness” was at risk of paying off its non-public bonds that were due to pay interest because of its poor performance. At that time, the official reply of “Huaxia Happiness” said that the interest payment had been paid and the company was operating normally. After the clarification, the share price of “Huaxia Happiness” rose rapidly.

After three weeks, that is, on January 29, the stock of “Huaxia Happiness” was suspended due to the debt crisis.

On February 1, Huaxia Happiness publicly admitted for the first time that the debt could not be carried, overdue 5.255 billion yuan of debt, is coordinating with all parties to actively raise funds, and coordinate with the overdue financial institutions involved in matters related to the extension. According to mainland media reports, “Huaxia Happiness” chairman Wang Wenhua said at the debt coordination meeting that the company misjudged the situation and aggressive expansion, resulting in the debt due this year will reach hundreds of billions of yuan, with the company’s existing book of funds will not be able to pay off the debt.

It is understood that the “Huaxia Happiness” founded in 1998, since the beginning of Langfang, Hebei, business in addition to real estate development, but also focus on electronic information, aerospace and other industries, to create a comprehensive industrial clusters in China.

It is believed that the Chinese authorities tried to deleverage the financial tsunami in order to mitigate the threat to the Chinese Communist Party, but laid the fuse for a large number of defaults later.

Mainland investment bank insider Zheng Yi said: “Like one after another what Taihe, including the other day, that Evergrande also appeared problems, including now Huaxia Happiness, including Wanda, have appeared problems, this has become a common phenomenon, now to be frank there is no way. So this year there will be a succession of large enterprises in the lightning, which is unavoidable. Because this is directly related to that window of 15 years, 16 years of issuance of debt.”

Professor Xie Tian of the Aiken School of Business at the University of South Carolina believes that the “Huaxia Happiness” debt crash is just a case of China’s economic collapse. Many companies and even the Chinese Communist government at all levels are in debt and have long been unable to make ends meet.

According to statistics, more than 470 real estate companies in China declared bankruptcy in 2020, and whether the massive debt crisis is rising as a financial risk in China has become the focus of attention. China’s systemic financial risk is approaching a tipping point. Last December, Moody’s, a credit rating agency, predicted that China’s financial sector will face more bad debt risks. Fitch Ratings, a credit rating agency, predicted a continued increase in debt defaults by Chinese state-owned enterprises. Barron’s, the financial media, believes that China’s investment risks are also increasing.

Chinese state-owned enterprise KU Xunfei’s market value evaporated 10.9 billion in a bizarre flash crash

On Feb. 3, China’s leading artificial intelligence company KU XUNFEI (IFLYTEK) suffered a heavy drop at the end of the trading session, with its share price flashing to a halt. According to the equity calculation, the market value of KU Xunfei evaporated 10.95 billion yuan in one day. From the seat, the institution is the main force of this smash.

In the afternoon of the 3rd, the stock price of KUXUNFE crashed and touched the stop. By the end of the day, KU Xunfei shares were sealed down at 44.41 yuan, with 16,500 closed orders and a turnover of 5.608 billion yuan, and the company’s market value was reported at 98.8 billion yuan.

The opening price that day was 49.34 yuan, according to the share capital of 2.22 billion shares, the market value of KU Xunfei evaporated 10.95 billion yuan in one day’s time.

Although KUXUNFE said in an online presentation to investors on the evening of the 3rd that “the net profit of 2020 will increase by 50% to 70% year-on-year”, it has strong financial support from the Chinese Communist Party behind it, and the company is said to get 80% of its net profit from government subsidies.

Also according to Interface News, government subsidies (including deferred income related to government subsidies) together accounted for 80.95% of net profit in 2019, up from 26.44% in 2016.

On December 18, 2020, the U.S. Department of Commerce added 77 entities to the “Entity List,” including KDXF, which is comprised of smart cities, government and law businesses, open platforms and consumer businesses.

KDDI has worked closely with the Communist Party’s public security system. According to a 2016 government procurement announcement, the Communist Party named a subsidiary of Techtronic as the sole supplier of 25 “voiceprint” collection systems to the police in Kashgar, Xinjiang.

According to a 2016 government procurement announcement, the Kashgar City police in Xinjiang named a subsidiary of Techtronic as the sole supplier of 25 “voice print” collection systems. In addition, it has been revealed that Tech Data is helping the CCP’s Ministry of Public Security to build a national voice print database for monitoring and tracking people. How KUXUNFE obtained the voice data of so many people has also raised concerns. It has been noted that one of KDXF’s major shareholders is China Mobile, which has more than 800 million cell phone users.

In response to the U.S. sanctions, the Chinese Communist Party spent $380 billion on chips last year

In response to U.S. technology sanctions, the Chinese Communist Party began hoarding chips in large quantities, with spending on computer chips and chip manufacturing equipment rising sharply in 2020.

Bloomberg reported yesterday, Feb. 3, that as the U.S. continues to increase sanctions against the Chinese Communist Party in the technology sector, it is becoming increasingly difficult for Chinese companies to access U.S. technology, and the actions taken by the Trump administration have exposed the vulnerability of the Communist Party in the key area of chips, forcing Beijing to redouble its efforts to develop a domestic chip industry that has seen slow progress for years.

Chinese companies bought nearly $32 billion of computer chip-making equipment from Japan, South Korea and Taiwan last year, a 20 percent increase in imports compared with 2019, according to a Bloomberg analysis based on official Chinese Communist Party trade data.

Last year, Chinese computer chip imports soared to nearly $380 billion, or about 18 percent of China’s total imports that year, as companies such as huawei rushed to stockpile chips before U.S. sanctions took effect.

Research and consulting firm GaveKal Dragonomics (GaveKal Dragonomics) in Shanghai technology analyst Dan Wang (Dan Wang) said that China’s semiconductor industry will remain dependent on imports for some time to maintain development, China itself is currently unable to produce equipment for the manufacture of advanced chips, although China is increasing investment in this area, but without a dozen years of effort is difficult to have Achievements.

China’s 100,000-ton nuclear aircraft carrier suspended for ‘economic reasons’

The Congressional Research Service recently released its annual military report, saying the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) is building a new aircraft carrier, 003, with a displacement of 100,000 tons, and is attempting to build a 100,000-ton nuclear-powered electromagnetic carrier, 004, but has suspended development of 004 for economic reasons.

Oriental Daily News recently reported that the U.S. report said China’s 100,000-ton nuclear aircraft carrier 004 has suspended its development due to economic problems. According to the U.S. military report, titled “China’s Naval Modernization: Implications for U.S. Naval Capabilities,” the Chinese Communist Navy has been seen as a major challenge to the U.S. Navy’s ability to achieve and maintain control of the Western Pacific. The report also changed the number of Shandong’s first domestic aircraft carrier from “001A” to “002”. In addition to aircraft carriers, the report said the PLA is developing the Type 076 amphibious assault ship, which could be equipped with catapults.

The report emphasizes that the Chinese navy still has limitations and weaknesses, including inadequate anti-submarine capabilities, limited long-range intelligence acquisition, inadequate joint warfare capabilities, inadequate personnel quality, and lack of real-world combat and operational experience, and that the Communist Party is working hard to overcome these shortcomings.

Inner Mongolia political and legal officials drunk driving caused five deaths and injuries only sentenced to seven years of netizens angry

In April last year, Pan Weiguo, former executive deputy secretary of the political and legal committee of Aohan Banner in Chifeng City, Inner Mongolia, found someone to take the blame after a drunken driving accident, which resulted in four deaths and one serious injury. This year, Pan Weiguo was sentenced to seven years in prison for the crime of traffic accident only. Netizens are very angry about this, saying that the sentence is too light.

On February 2, a court in Balinzuo Banner, Chifeng City, Inner Mongolia, sentenced Pan Weiguo, former executive deputy secretary of the political and legal committee of Aohan Banner, Chifeng City, to seven years in prison for the crime of traffic accident, and compensated the plaintiff of the incidental civil lawsuit (the victim’s family) with a total of more than 2.7 million yuan; Yan Zhonghua, Pan Weiguo’s classmate, was sentenced to one year in prison for the crime of harboring.

But the victim’s family said the verdict is unacceptable, and will appeal.

The case sparked a lot of debate among mainland netizens, many of whom expressed outrage at the verdict.

“Four lives + DUI + paraphernalia + knowing the law and breaking it, several crimes, more than seven years, too light.” “Only 7 years?!” “The sentence is too light!” “Not a crime against public safety?” “Such a sentence is unbelievable.”

Another netizen said, “The same drunk driving, Guangxi’s crime of endangering public safety in a dangerous manner, two people died and sentenced to Life imprisonment, this death of four people only sentenced to 7 years, too much should not be.

China’s Top Intellectuals Rarely Support Guo Feixiong’s Joint Appeal for Xi Jinping‘s Release

Chinese rights activist Guo Feixiong lost his flight to the United States on January 28 at Shanghai’s Pudong Airport to take care of his wife, who was suffering from cancer, but was intercepted by the Chinese Communist Party authorities.

According to the Voice of America, more than 20 Chinese intellectuals, including a professor at Tsinghua University and a prominent lawyer, recently sent an open letter to three Chinese Communist Party leaders, including Xi Jinping, Li Keqiang and Li Zhanshu, urging them to release Guo Feixiong as soon as possible and allow him to accompany his wife to the United States.

The open letter is another rare citizen’s initiative initiated by intellectuals in China since the tragic death of CCP virus whistleblower Li Wenliang last February.

The Mainland’s Renren subtitling group was investigated and 14 people were arrested, the network boiled over

Recently, the mainland Film and Television website “Renren Film and TV subtitling group” was investigated and 14 suspects were arrested. The news has caused netizens to boil over, complaining that the Chinese Communist Party officials do not introduce genuine foreign dramas.

On February 3, the Shanghai Municipal Public Security Bureau held a press conference to inform the public about the infringement case of “Renren Film and TV Subtitling Group”, in which 14 suspects, led by Liang, were arrested and 20 cell phones and computer hosts, 12 servers, and more than 16 million RMB were seized.

When the news broke out, netizens reacted with fervor, and the Weibo topic was read by more than 500 million people. Because the Renren subtitling group is a representative of domestic subtitling groups, it has translated many overseas films and TV works over the years.

According to the report, the suspects set up several companies since 2018, set up and rented servers at Home and abroad, ran the “Renren Subtitle Team” application and website, downloaded videos through overseas websites, paid them about 400 yuan per episode, hired people to translate and produce them and then uploaded them, and illegally made money by charging website membership fees. The group has been involved in uploading more than 20,000 episodes of films and videos and has more than 8 million registered members.

Some netizens pointed out that this is a “new era of closed-door”, and criticized the low quality of domestic drama, but the mainland platform does not introduce the original, “have cultural film and television confidence, but the introduction of genuine foreign good drama ah?” “Netflix open ah, YouTube open ah”.