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    I never really paid much attention to Uh Oh, his Americastani shit put me off so I just ignored has dribblings. But in the last few weeks he has shown himself to be nuts. I think he is off his meds or on some kind of uppers. Maanaam is known for paragraphs, Uh Oh puts him to shame.

    No point to make other than waving a chinese flag.



    Wonder if he has taken the time to think that if he was in China he could not post here as its the most internet censored country in the world.

    No freedom of expression either.

    What is your take on this Uh Oh?

    Missing Chinese actress?

    https://edition.cnn.com/2018/09/14/a...ntl/index.html

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    Sneaky little chinkies...

    "Gave" the Africans a new building and computer network, all set up to send everything on it back to the chinky dictator.

    At the headquarters of the African Union (AU), in Addis Ababa, elevators still speak Mandarin and the trunks of plastic palm are branded China Development Bank. New buildings under construction by companies in Beijing or Hong Kong surround the modern glass tower offered in 2012 by China to Africa. This is where should place on Sunday 28 and Monday 29 January, the 30 th summit of the pan-African organization.

    The controls are strict to enter this building where ministers and heads of state meet twice a year to discuss the major issues of the continent. There is, however, an invisible security threat ignored by most leaders and diplomats, but one that is of utmost concern to some senior AU officials.

    In January 2017, the small computer unit of the AU discovered that its servers were strangely saturated between midnight and 2 am. The offices were empty, the activity was dormant, but data transfers were at a peak. A zealous computer scientist then looked into this anomaly and realized that the internal data of the AU were massively diverted. Every night, the secrets of this institution, according to several internal sources, found themselves stored more than 8,000 km from Addis Ababa, on mysterious servers hosted somewhere in Shanghai, the Chinese megacity.


    The new building, "China's Gift to Friends of Africa" , was donated just six years ago. It has been fully equipped by the Chinese. The computer systems were delivered turnkey. And Chinese engineers have deliberately left two flaws: backdoors, which give discrete access to all internal exchanges and productions of the organization.


    According to several sources within the institution, all sensitive content could be spied on by China. A spectacular leak of data, which would have spread from January 2012 to January 2017. Contacted, the Chinese mission to the AU did not follow our requests.

    https://www.lemonde.fr/afrique/article/2018/01/26/a-addis-abeba-le-siege-de-l-union-africaine-espionne-par-les-chinois_5247521_3212.html

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    BMW extends contract term, increases investment in China's JV

    "Xinhua | Updated: 2018-10-11 16:34

    BMW extends the contract term of the joint venture BMW Brilliance Automotive (BBA). [Photo/VCG] SHENYANG -

    The German carmaker BMW announced Thursday that they would extend the contract term of the joint venture BMW Brilliance Automotive (BBA) in northeast China and to increase investment for its production capacity expansion.

    The extended contract is valid for 22 years from 2018 to 2040, the BMW Group said together with its partner Brilliance China Automotive Holdings in the city of Shenyang, capital of Liaoning province, in the context of the 15th anniversary of BBA.

    Meanwhile, the BMW Group will invest more than 3 billion euros ($3.5 billion) in new and existing plant structures in Shenyang over the coming years. In Tiexi, a new plant on the existing plant grounds will double the site's capacity, while extensive remodeling and expansion measures will target the neighboring plant in Dadong.

    In the following three to five years, the total annual production capacity of BMW automobiles at the BBA plants will increase to 650,000 units, creating 5,000 new jobs.

    According to a press release posted on BMW Group's website, the company intends to increase its stake in BBA from 50 percent to 75 percent.
    This transaction is subject to the approval of the relevant authorities and the consent of its partner's Shareholders' Meeting, it said.

    The joint venture was established in 2003. Last year, around 560,000 BMW brand vehicles were delivered to Chinese customers. Two-thirds of them were produced by BBA at its two plants in Tiexi and Dadong.

    BMW extends contract term, increases investment in China's JV - Chinadaily.com.cn


    Apparently a win/win for the German company and Chinese citizens , shareholders and tax coffers .
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    A tray full of GOLD is not worth a moment in time.

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    CGN unveils solar power unit

    By Zheng Xin | China Daily | Updated: 2018-10-11 11:13



    An employee of CGN New Energy Holdings inspects solar panels at a power plant in Golmud, Qinghai province. [Photo/Xinhua] Nation's first such commercial plant enters operation amid green push



    CGN New Energy Holdings Co Ltd's Delingha 50 megawatt thermal power plant entered operation on Oct 10 in Northwest China's Qinghai province.
    It is the country's first large commercial parabolic-trough concentrated solar power plant, and its launch makes China the eighth nation in the world with such a facility, said Li Yilun, executive director of CGN New Energy, a subsidiary of China General Nuclear Power Corp.


    This is a landmark for the company's solar thermal energy development after more than ten years of development, Li said during a news conference held in Beijing on Wednesday.


    According to Li, CGN's solar power business currently covers 29 province-level regions across the country, with an installed power generation capacity exceeding 2.58 million kilowatts, ranking it No 3 nationwide.


    Li said that compared with other photovoltaic power, the concentrated solar power features continuous and steady generation of electricity, enjoying greater development potential.


    Built on a sparsely populated plateau, 3,000 meters above sea level, the Delingha power plant occupies 2.46 square kilometers. The plant first connected to the grid on June 30.


    According to Wang Zhigang, managing director of the Delingha project, the solar power facility is located on a plateau with cold temperatures and low oxygen levels, and it is capable of producing 200 million kilowatt hours annually. It can replace more than 60,000 metric tons of standard coal each year and 100,000 tons of carbon dioxide emissions every year, he said.


    Construction on the main part of the project commenced in August 2015. It is the country's first solar power plant to be connected to the power grid. It is also the first solar thermal power project to receive a preferential loan from the Asian Development Bank, according to CGN.


    CGN has also been exploring other forms of new energy, including nuclear power and the country's first large scale offshore wind power project in Shanghai, Li said.
    Joseph Jacobelli, a senior analyst of Asian utilities at Bloomberg Intelligence, said the project is evidence that Chinese electricity producers remain very keen to develop clean energy.


    "Chinese power producers are all seeking more advanced solutions," said Jacobelli. "We would expect that companies such CGN New Energy will continue to seek out more advanced wind, solar and energy stor-age technologies in coming years."


    The chances are high that these Chinese clean energy companies will continue to expand abroad, as many companies are stepping up their participation in overseas markets, actively investing in assets abroad buoyed by the China-led Belt and Road Initiative, he said.


    CGN unveils solar power unit - Chinadaily.com.cn

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    That looks really nice. I wonder which foreign company they stole that technology from?

    after more than ten years of development
    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

    Oh stop it, it hurts

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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    Hang the chinky spy!

    I expect the Chinkies will be a snot, and they'll probably threaten Belgium too.

    However it's important to have the Chinky thieves looking over their shoulders when they travel.

    The Department of Justice announced a Chinese intelligence officer will be brought to the United States to face economic espionage charges, the first time such an extradition has taken place.

    Yanjun Xu faces four charges of conspiring and attempting to commit economic espionage and theft of trade secrets, according to the indictment. DOJ officials said the indictment marks the first time a Chinese Ministry of State Security operative has been arrested and brought to the United States to face charges. He's charged with working to get aviation employees to inadvertently reveal trade secrets to the Chinese government.

    "This unprecedented extradition of a Chinese intelligence officer exposes the Chinese government's direct oversight of economic espionage against the United States," said Bill Priestap, assistant director of the FBI's Counterintelligence Division, in a statement.

    https://edition.cnn.com/2018/10/10/p...ion/index.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    I wonder which foreign company they stole that technology from?

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    Interesting that you would post a pitifully unfunny cartoon deriding the fact that chinkies steal intellectual property - right after a story about chinkies being caught stealing intellectual property.


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    Its okay Harry, just found a recent photo of our Chinese want to be poster...


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    He's not very bright you know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    right after a story about chinkies being caught stealing intellectual property.
    As you accurately post, a "story".

    Currently not proven. Shall we place this in the racist comments, fiction or non-fiction box?

    You will need a larger hat, wherever it finally ends up

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    Available on a Chinaman's Shanghai market stall, for 10THB a pop.

    After import taxes/markup on a Chinaman's San Francisco market stall, for 600THB and trending higher, a pop.

    The ever gullible round eyes ripped off again. By a born and bred ameristani citizen to boot. Whatever the today's market customer will willingly pay.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    By a born and bred ameristani citizen to boot. Whatever the today's market customer will willingly pay.
    Nah Chinky not born in America... But a citizen since birth. When did you adopt China as your homeland?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    As you accurately post, a "story".

    Currently not proven. Shall we place this in the racist comments, fiction or non-fiction box?

    You will need a larger hat, wherever it finally ends up
    Feel free to post the Chinese State News version of events from one of your bookmarks HoHo.

    That's if you can find any that is, they seem to not want to talk about it.



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    More warnings about the Chinky thieves. Unfortunately, because of their rampant IP theft, they have positioned themselves as market leaders, and unscrupulous telecom executives are falling over themselves to get the commercial edge in 5G. It definitely needs the government to step and and stop them installing their spy infrastructure all over the world.

    Security threats from Chinese companies building 5G networks could end up "putting all of us at risk" if they are not tackled quickly, according to a former security minister.


    Speaking to Sky News, Admiral Lord West, a former First Sea Lord who served under Gordon Brown as a security minister, urged the government to set up a unit reporting directly to the prime minister to monitor the risk posed by Chinese equipment in 5G.

    5G has been hailed as the next great leap for mobile communications, enabling everything from smart cities to hologram calls.


    However, the best 5G technology comes from Chinese companies, raising the fear that China's government could have ground-level access to - even control of - the UK's critical data infrastructure.


    "We've got to see there's a risk," Lord West said. "Yes, we want 5G, but for goodness sake we need to do all of these things to make sure it's not putting all of us at risk."

    In April, the United States banned Chinese multinationals Huawei and ZTE - both specialists in 5G - from selling equipment to the federal government.


    In August, the Australian government banned the same two firms from supplying technology for its 5G network, a decision foreign minister Marise Payne described as necessary for "the protection of Australia's national security".


    In a statement, Huawei called the decision "politically motivated, not the result of a fact-based, transparent, or equitable decision-making process," adding that "there is no fundamental difference between 5G and 4G network architecture... 5G has stronger guarantees around privacy and security protection than 3G and 4G".

    Robert Hannigan, former director of GCHQ, told Sky News an outright ban in the UK would not make 5G safe.





    "The best companies in 5G are probably the Chinese ones and there aren't many alternatives," he said, before warning that new measures were needed to test the security of the network.


    "We do need to find a way of scrutinising what is being installed in our network, and how it is being overseen and how it is being controlled and how it's being upgraded in the future. And we have to find a more effective way of doing that at scale."


    In April, GCHQ's National Cyber Security Centre warned ZTE could pose a national security risk to the UK.

    Two months later, the UK's Huawei Cyber Security Evaluation Centre, a group set up by the government to monitor the Chinese firm, announced that it had "only limited assurance" that Huawei posed no threat to national security


    "It was a bit of a warning to Huawei," said Mr Hannigan. "They needed to get better at cooperating and take this more seriously."


    The difficulty for the Huawei Cyber Security Evaluation Centre is knowing for certain that the code it vets and approves is the same code that is going into networks.

    "That's been a persistent problem," said Mr Hannigan. "That needs more work."


    The government has put 200m into the development of 5G. Last month, the first 5G pilot centre launched in the West Midlands, testing the technology before a national roll-out.

    BT, which uses Huawei to supply parts for its network, told Sky News that it would "apply the same stringent security measures and controls to 5G when we start to roll it out, in line with continued guidance from government".

    https://news.sky.com/story/chinese-k...in-5g-11524792



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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    As you accurately post, a "story".

    Currently not proven. Shall we place this in the racist comments, fiction or non-fiction box?

    You will need a larger hat, wherever it finally ends up

    Hey HoHo, I'm still waiting for you to post the "news" from your Chinese state propaganda sites about the "innocent" Chinky citizen being kidnapped without reason from Belgium and sent to the US on trumped up charges.

    Nothing yet?


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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    Currently not proven.
    #212,you skimmed and missed it

    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    sent to the US on trumped up charges
    As my post #212, "trumped up charges". Can't have you agreeing with me.

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    Before and after gate interrogation photos will be the evidence of choice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    #212,you skimmed and missed it



    As my post #212, "trumped up charges". Can't have you agreeing with me.

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    ESTA authorisation approved , entry is subject to passing the "polite interrogation" by the duty black ops man, upon airport landing.

    Before and after gate interrogation photos will be the evidence of choice.

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    So I take it the embarrassed chinkies are keeping schtum and just hoping for the best then.

    after gate
    .... if you get that far. Maybe you are allowed a carefully vetted email from the Supermax during your daily exercise hour.


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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    you are allowed a carefully vetted email
    They did ask for a contact name and contact details, I gave them yours

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    They did ask for a contact name and contact details, I gave them yours
    What address did you give them?

    "On the interwebnet"?

    Any mention of our poor "kidnapped Chinky tourist" on your propaganda sites yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    What address did you give them?
    This photo and a lat/lon. They said that's great, we know it well.

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    Oh the summer house. I never use it.

    Stop avoiding the question.

    Have any of your shit sites whined about the extradition of their spy yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    Oh the summer house. I never use it.
    As the registered owner of the palace whatever happens, salacious meetings with underage boys, girls, goats etc., be-headings, deaths from over eager martial arts training or illicit porridge stirring, are all your responsibilities. A few videos recorded, by those who know how to create masterful illusions, are appearing on certain ME "news" sites.

    Free advice, keep your helicopter and No.1 goat warm, ready for action and close at all times.

    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    shit sites whined
    Not sure of where to find such things. I'm only allowed to see the approved news, as determined and delivered to me from an ameristani approved and funded search engine.

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    SAIC VW starts work on $2.5 billion China plant in Audi pivot

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    Volkswagen AG’s (VOWG_p.DE) China venture with SAIC Motor Corp Ltd (600104.SS) has started building a $2.5 billion (1.9 billion pounds) new energy vehicle (NEV) plant in Shanghai, which will make VW’s luxury Audi AG (NSUG.DE) brand cars, a possible first for the venture.

    A man is seen next to the logo of Volkswagen at the booth of Shanghai Volkswagen, a joint venture between SAIC Motor and Volkswagen Group, during the Auto China 2016 auto show in Beijing, China April 26, 2016. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon

    The new plant is a key step for Audi to diversify production of its cars in the world’s largest car market from its long-standing local partner, China FAW Group Corp Ltd. This shift has been delayed amid resistance from local dealers.

    SAIC Volkswagen said the new plant would have an annual capacity to make 300,000 cars and begin production from 2020. Audi sold 481,387 vehicles in China from January to September this year.

    Audi unveiled the plan to bolster ties with SAIC in late 2016. Earlier this year the Germany luxury carmaker bought a 1 percent stake in the SAIC Volkswagen venture, paving the way for the joint venture to produce and sell Audi cars.

    Volkswagen currently gets a larger proportion of the proceeds from the 50-50 tie-up with SAIC than from its 40 percent stake in the venture with FAW.

    SAIC Volkswagen said in a statement on Friday the plant would cost 17 billion yuan ($2.5 billion) and would make VW and Skoda models as well as Audi cars. It will help VW tap China’s fast-growing market for NEVs, a category comprising electric battery cars and plug-in electric hybrid vehicles."


    https://uk.reuters.com/article/uk-sa...-idUKKCN1MT0X5

    Another win/win for Europe and China.

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