DT EXPOSÉ OF CHINESE P4 BIOSAFETY LABORATORY – SEASON 2 (9)

DT Description:

By the time DT completed this excavation article, the number of people infected with the coronavirus (CCP virus) in the United States has exceeded two million, and more than 120,000 have died, making it the country with the worst outbreak in history. While the news media inside the wall continue to discredit and slander the United States as a virus maker, First, DT wants to thank the United States, the American people for their traditional friendship with the Chinese people, and their loving and kindness to this distant eastern country. In this article, DT reveals a new “Farmer and Snake” story to you. The United States is the farmer. The crucial moment is when the the snake was about to die but the farmer saved the snake. Instead of paying back his kindness, the snake wanted to kill the farmer out of its natural instince. Of course, the story here is definitely not as simple as a fable. It is full of BGY cheesy plots, which obscured the Chinese Communist Party’s ambitious goal and action plan to 3F the United States eventually. Okay, let DT to start telling the story of “the Farmer and the Snake”.

The following are the details:

Before we start the story of the farmer and the snake story officially, we need do some basic homework. We already know what is BGY (blue-gold-yellow). But what is 3F? We will never know what 3F is if Miles Guo did not tell us with his Whistle Blower Movement. Just like the CCP’s P4 labs, 3F is one of CCP’s hghest and core secrets.

The following is the English expression of these two top secret plans when Miles Guo was appearing at Steve Bannon’s warroom:

The first one is known as BGY plan.

BGY stands for Blue, Gold and Yellow. Blue represents Internet and Media Control, Gold represents money and bribery is used to buy influence. Yellow represents the use of honey traps to compromise espionage targets. CCP plans to control the world by choking the throats of the world leaders, politicians, media, academics and financial operators; and it has deeply invaded the US from within via this BGY in the past decades.

According to Miles Guo’s statement and his information in other breaking news videos, here is DT’s understanding:

Blue-gold-yellow (BGY) plan: Blue refers to the control of online media public opinion, that is, in addition to the control of solid media public opinion in the mainland, it can also control the network media and public opinion guidance of the entire American society.Golden is the purchase of monetary interests. Using money and huge commercial interests to buy influential people or groups in the United States, including controlling the direction of the United States election politically, stealing American technology technologically, and seizing American wealth economically. Yellow refers to physical scandal bombs and vulgarity. That is, the control of the characters by pornography, drugs, organ transplants and other methods to create scandals and use evil to control human nature. At the same time, by infiltrating the fruits of this evil, the mainstream society in the United States and the West has become vulgar.

T3F is the plan, a plan for America to fall, fail and fell. That is, a plan to weaken the United States, disrupt the United States and eventually destroy the United States. 3F is the CCP”s goal or purpose; BGY is the specific means of implementation of 3F.

So in the BGY implementation means, what is the core of it? It is the competition for scientific and technological talents and the theft of scientific research achievements. This is also the core content of the Sino-US trade negotiations.

Since it is the competition for scientific and technological talents and the theft of scientific research results, the competition for scientific and technological talents must use two methods, one is to get people on board directly, and the other is to use the open system and the inclusive characteristics of American society to train their own people. We will follow the two method to see how the CCP has achieved the goal of 3F America through BGY’s means.

Since both of these plans are related to the shipwreck plan, let ’s first focus on the strength of the CCP in the field of biomedicine around 1989. Any reasonal person knows the reality gap between China and the United States, and the gap between the CCP and the world.

Part 1: Cultivating talents

Speaking Strictly, the CCP ’s plan to train talents began at the beginning of the founding of the CCP (1949). Both Hong Kong ’s reservations and the lack of liberation of Taiwan have considerations in this regard. We will not expand here. The key point is that after 1978, Deng Xiaoping ’s plan to cultivate talents after the implementation of the reform and opening up policy, because without “reform and opening up” there would be no real exchanges between China and the United States, Without the exchange of science and culture between China and the United States, there would be no 89 June 4, no 89 June 4,will course no plan for the subsequent shipwreck.So let us return to this starting point.Of course, we focus on revealing the biochemical and biomedical fields related to the P4 laboratory, as well as focusing on the various plans for the United States.

The list is as follows: (partial)

1. Sino-US Biochemistry Joint Admissions Project (CUSBEA)

Let’s take a look at a report

Minister of Health Chen Zhu: China is the best place to engage in biomedical research

Beijing News, July 26 (Reporter Wang Danhong) On July 24, 2007, the new Minister of Health, Academician Chen Zhu attended the 2007 Life Science Frontier Academic Symposium and the 5th Chinese Biologists’ Association At the meeting, as a scientist, he made the final scientific report of the conference in English, telling about his experience in leukemia treatment and research since he was a graduate student for more than 20 years.

Dr. Shi Yigong is the chairman of the Association of Chinese Biologists and Chair Professor at Princeton University in the United States. He introduced Chen Zhu: “What is very different from us is that he is not only a good scientist, but also a very good Doctor, this is what many scientists dream of.including me.Many people hope that their project can be translated into clinical treatment, but none of them have been put into practice. But Minister Chen did it, he found problems from the treatment, and use it as a research topic, then turn research work into treatment method. The most representative work is to use a combination method to treat a very refractory leukemia, which plays a very important role in promoting the development of China’s health. I believe under the leadership of Minister Chen, China’s health industry will have a new starting point. “

The reason why Chen Zhu believes that China is the best place to engage in biomedical research in the world today is because “China has a large and diverse population with a wide range of disease types and relatively good disease records; China’s public health and medical care system is develop constantly, for example, the average life expectancy increased from 35 years in 1935 to 72.9 years in 2005; Chinese culture is very inclusive of new ideas and technologies; Chinese medicine and western medicine are merging “. He believes that these are rare opportunities, although there are also many challenges here. First, here, as in countries around the world, there is a trend of complicated disease development; secondly, it is also facing imperfect social insurance system reform, unsatisfactory distribution of medical and health resources, shortage of talents, insufficient innovation capacity, basic research and clinical application disconnection and other issues.

When it comes to the achievements of China’s health development, Chen Zhu said that the operating expenses of the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have increased from 600 million yuan in 2003 to 1 billion yuan in 2006; China has also invested 730 million yuan to build the world ’s largest database of personal disease surveillance cases—the world ’s largest, real-time, dynamic, Internet-based national infectious disease and public health emergency reporting system.

Chen Zhu also talked about his thoughts on the development of Chinese biomedical science and biotechnology. He believes that this field should implement the development strategy of “innovation, leapfrog development in key areas, support development, and lead the future”, and improve the level of decision-making based on evidence; Fully participate in the activities of national high-tech parks and high-tech industrial zones, establish cooperation between industry and universities and research institutions; improve cooperation mechanisms between different research projects; strengthen international cooperation; establish national-level bioethics committees, etc.

Chen Zhu emphasized the need to gradually simplify the fund channels and increase their efficiency particularly,and build a Chinese biomedical fund mechanism including internal research institutions and external research, similar to the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in the United States or the National Health Service and the Institute of Medical Sciences (INSERM) in France.He said that at present, there are multiple funding channels for domestic biomedical research in China, but the lack of cooperation mechanisms leads to unnecessary duplication and inefficiency; and because of insufficient funding, talent shortage, and aging infrastructure, etc., leading to insufficient innovation capabilities, There is lack of cooperation mechanisms between research institutions and industries, and the legal system lags behind the development of science and technology.

Chen Zhu believes that vigorously improving the health of the masses is an important manifestation of achieving people-oriented, building a harmonious society and building a well-off society. The health industry has huge development space and momentum. Statistics show that in 2005, the output value of China’s health industry was 80 billion dollars, and it will increase by 175 billion to 200 billion dollars in 2020, which will promote economic development and create new job opportunities. At the same time, he also introduced the national road map of basic medical security.

“Medicine will have a paradigm shift, and prevention is more important than treatment. I am more concerned about vaccination, especially hepatitis B vaccine. Hepatitis B is called China’s national disease. Now, half of cancer can be prevented, but hepatitis B cannot be prevented and treatmented? ” Chen Zhu said to the Chinese biologists here: “ I need your support!” This sentence caused thunderous applause from the audience.

After listening to Chen Zhu’s report, Wu Rui, a molecular biologist at Cornell University and founder of the China-US Joint Biochemistry Admissions Program (CUSBEA), said: “He is an honest and sincere person. I believe that China ’s medical and health undertakings will make great progress.

The reason DT presents this news report is because this seemingly official orthodox report sends us a lot of important information:

1 China’s biomedical research is definitely not for the people, but for the government or CCP, for the health industry and another important purpose, prevention rather than treatment, so it needs the support of biomedical experts all over the world.

2 CCP needs to simplify the fund channels gradually and improve their efficiency, build a set of Chinese biomedical fund mechanisms including internal research institutions and external research. In other words, there is enough money to support these two purposes.

3 Some important figures were exposed, such as Shi Yigong and Wu Rui, the founder of the Sino-US Biochemistry Joint Admissions Program (CUSBEA).

One of these two characters is the overseas scientific and technological talents introduced by the Chinese government in the Thousand Talents Program, and the other is the founder of the Chinese government to introduce overseas high-tech talents, especially those in the biochemical field. This is the “China-US Biochemistry Joint Admissions Project” (CUSBEA). The key person in the implementation of this project is the famous Wu Rui, a Chinese-American scientist.

According to an article written by Wu Rui, we know:

In the early days of China’s reform and opening up, Deng Xiaoping proposed the idea of expanding the sending of international students. Wu Rui, a professor of molecular biology at Cornell University in the United States, advised the Chinese Ministry of Education immediately that the world of life sciences is developing rapidly, and China have to train young scientific and technological talents in this field as soon as possible. To this end, he introduced China’s reform and opening up policy to nearly one hundred first-class universities in the United States, and persuaded them to accept Chinese students, which ultimately led to the implementation of the “China-US Joint Biochemistry Enrollment Project” (CUSBEA).

From the beginning of implementation in 1981 to the end of 1989, the CUSBEA project has sent 422 people for 8 consecutive years. Today, many students at that time have become the world’s top experts in the field of life sciences. They promote the exchange of Chinese and American academics and the development of life sciences in China. It played an important role.

On July 21, 2007, the celebration of the 25th anniversary of the CUSBEA project was held at Peking University; on July 24, the fifth annual meeting of the Chinese Biologists Association and the 2007 Life Science Frontier Symposium held at Tsinghua University, Chinese Biologist Association awarded Wu Rui the “Lifetime Achievement Award” in recognition of his historic contribution to the development of China’s life sciences.

The photo shows the family of Dr. Wu Xian, the main founder of modern Chinese biochemistry: Wu Xian (front row, right), the main founder of modern Chinese biochemistry, Yan Caiyun (front row left), Wu Xian’s wife, the earliest female scholar to engage in biochemistry research in China. The eldest son Dr. Wu Rui (second from left) is an internationally renowned molecular biologist, and is also an honorary professor of Shanghai Institute of Cell Biology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing Medical University, Peking Union Medical College and an adjunct professor of the Department of Biology of Peking University, assisting the establishment of bioengineering Technology Center. Second son Dr. Wu Ying (second from right) is a chemist. The eldest daughter Wu Wanxian and the second daughter Wu Wanlian are both masters of science. The third daughter, Dr. Wu Wanming, is an expert in radiology.

Wu Rui’s father Wu Xian is the first generation of biochemist in China. Wu Xian accepted the Gengzi indemnity international student in 1910, went to study in the United States in 1911, received a bachelor’s degree in chemistry from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1916, received a doctorate in biochemistry from Harvard Medical School in 1919, from 1920 to 1941 served as professor and director of the Department of Chemistry of PUMC. Rao Yi, Chair Professor of Neuroscience at Northwestern University, commented in the article “Science in China: Significant Development and Severe Challenges”, “Lin Kesheng and Biochemistry of the Department of Physiology of Peking Union Medical College in the 1920s and 1930s laid the foundation for Chinese life science research, and Biochemical Department of Wu Xian, they not only have excellent research, but also cultivate and lead other researchers.”

Wu Xian and the Department of Biochemistry of Peking Union Medical College led by him proposed the protein denaturation mechanism for the first time in the world and opened up the field of nutrition research. In both studies, there was a lady’s contribution. She was Yan Caiyun, a collaborator and lifelong partner of Wu Xian at the beginning of the Department of Biochemistry at the Union Medical University.

Yan Caiyun is the earliest female scholar engaged in biochemistry research in China. After earning a bachelor’s degree from Jinling Women’s University in 1921, she went to study in the United States at her own expense. She received a master’s degree in nutrition from Columbia University in May 1923. She returned to her country in June and served as an assistant professor in the Department of Biochemistry, Peking Union Medical College.She married to Wu Xian in Shanghai in December 1924. After arriving in the United States in early 1949, she was successively employed as an assistant professor of biochemical research at the Alabama Medical College and an associate professor of technology at the Food Storage Department of UNICEF. In 1964, she went to work at the newly established Institute of Human Nutrition of Columbia University to build a new library for the Institute. After retiring from the Institute in 1971, she was also hired as a consultant of the Nutrition and Metabolism Group of the Medical Department of the St. Luke’s Hospital Center in New York, collected 5,000 valuable journals for the center, and prepared a library to make an important contribution to the famous metabolic center in the United States.

On Yan Caiyun ’s 80th birthday, famous Chinese scientists and educators Feng Depei, Zhou Qiyuan, Liu Sizhi, Wu Yifang, and the then US President Reagan sent congratulatory letters to this outstanding person,congratulations to this female scientist who has made outstanding contributions in the fields of biochemistry and nutrition in China and the United States.

Note here that both Wu Xian and his wife’s study abroad career and Beijing Union Medical College are related to the American Gengzi compensation plan.

Wu Rui is the eldest son of his family. He also has two older sisters, a younger sister and a younger brother. In January 1949, Wu Rui went to the United States with his family. He said: “I am fortunate to have the opportunity to obtain a doctorate in the United States, so I hope more Chinese students will have this opportunity.

In 1978, Deng Xiaoping proposed that in order to realize the four modernizations and revitalize China, the country would send a large number of international students to study abroad, but at that time, there were many difficulties in implementing this directive. First, because of the long-term closure, there is a lack of understanding of universities and research institutions in Western developed countries, and they do not know where to send people; second, whether academic institutions in Western countries are willing to accept Chinese students.

In early 1981, by chance and fortunately, Wu Rui learned that Professor Li Zhengdao of Columbia University in the United States had initiated the Sino-US Joint Admissions Physics Graduate Program (CUSBEA), which helps Chinese physics majors to study for a doctorate in the United States, He contacted Li Zhengdao immediately to explore the possibility of starting a similar project to help biology students study in the United States. Li Zhengdao appreciated this idea and contacted with high-level Chinese officials, which led to the birth of the Sino-US Joint Biochemistry Enrollment Project (CUSBEA) ultimately.

Fortunately, after three long-form communications and one long-distance call, Huang Xinbai, then vice minister of education, agreed to accept Wu Rui’s examination and interview program finally. At the 25th anniversary celebration of the CUSBEA project, Wu Rui said: “I am very happy that Minister Huang is so reasonable and willing to try a new system. The success of the CUSBEA project is inseparable from his contribution. I thank him again! “

Huang Xinbai, who was the deputy minister of education at the time of three calls and one long-distance call, finally agreed to accept Wu Rui’s examination and interview program. It was not fortunate, but the instructions and arrangements of the senior management.

After 25 years (2007), many CUSBEA students have become mainstream scholars in their academic fields. For example, Wang Xiaodong, a graduate student at Beijing Normal University, was admitted to the CUSBEA program in 1985. Now he is a tenured professor at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and a researcher at the Howard Hughes Institute. In 2004, he was elected as a member of the American Academy of Sciences and became the first 1949 after that, he was a Chinese scientist who was educated in mainland China and elected to the American Academy of Sciences. Yuan Junying, the first batch of students in the CUSBEA project, is now a professor at Harvard Medical School, an academician of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and many others have entered the field of biotechnology and become the backbone or leader of the pharmaceutical industry. Many people are promoting domestic science education, promote the cooperation between China and the United States in academic and industrial fields.

In recognition of Wu Rui’s outstanding achievements in biochemistry and plant biotechnology, and his leadership role in the Sino-US student exchange program, in 1997, Dr. Christopher Tang, Director of the Singapore Institute of Molecular Biology, proposed the establishment of Wu Rui Associationn, this proposal immediately received a positive response from Chinese scholars in the United States. In February 1998, “Wu Rui Association” was established at the University of California, Los Angeles. The association’s influence among Chinese biologists is getting wider and wider. To this end, the “Wu Rui Association” was renamed the “Chinese Biologists Association” in 2004 and became a professional organization representing more than 3,000 Chinese biological elites in North America and other regions.

From July 22 to 25, 2007, the Fifth Annual Conference of the Chinese Biologists Association and the 2007 Symposium on Frontiers in Life Sciences were held at Tsinghua University in Beijing. There were more than 160 biologists from North America and more than 70 domestic experts, Nearly 400 graduate students participated in the conference. Dr. Shi Yigong, the current president and chair professor at Princeton University in the United States, said: “The mission of the Chinese Biologists Association is to provide a platform for Chinese biologists to communicate and cooperate, and to build a bridge between overseas and Chinese life sciences, and to promote the development of life sciences in China.

CUSBEA (China-United States Biochemistry Examination and Application), the full name is the China-United States Biochemistry Examination and Application Program, provides a way for the first batch of international students to study abroad after the reform and opening up. This project began in 1982 and ended in 1989. A total of 422 international students were dispatched for 8 sessions, which played a crucial role in the development of China’s life sciences.

According to the statistics of 216 CUSBEA students, 143 people in the scientific research field, 62 people entered the business, 5 people entered the financial, and 1 became a professional lawyer.

In the field of basic research, a group of outstanding scientists emerged from CUSBEA students, including 4 academicians of the American Academy of Sciences (Wang Xiaodong, Luo Liqun, Chen Xuemei, Yuan Junying), 2 academicians of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (Zhao Guoping, Li Peng), and Fu Xinyuan, Wang Xiaofan, Shi Yang,Guan Kunliang.

In the field of biopharmaceuticals, dozens of CUSBEA students have served as principal scientists in multinational pharmaceutical companies, such as Novartis Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa market leaders, Greater China Chairman Yin Xudong, and Vice President of GlaxoSmithKline China R & D Center Guan Xiaoming, Hu Erding, director of the Lanxke’s Cardiovascular Drug Development Center. The proportion of CUSBEA students who have devoted themselves to the industry is higher. Many people actively join domestic pharmaceutical companies / CRO companies, including Fu Daotian, vice president of Livuzumab, Yu Guoliang, executive chairman of China-US Management Division, CEO Wu Yue, and Kang Long into disease biology Vice President Qian Su, Deputy General Manager Jiang Ying, Cinda Bio Vice President Chen Keqin, Qi Lu Pharmaceutical Senior Vice President Tian Zhenping, Sansheng Pharmaceutical Vice President Wei Yingfei, BGI Gene Vice President Wang Hongqi, Li Kang, the chief director of BeiGene Biopharmaceuticals, Gu Baohua, executive director of Dongyang Sunshine New Drugs, etc.

Schedule : Where 216 CUSBEA students work(ed)

In order to explain the problem succinctly, we will make a simple statistic of the 216 talents in the field of biochemistry in these four sessions: 54 of them chose to return to China and 154 of them stayed in the United States.In 1989, due to well-known reasons, the United States terminated the CUSBEA (China-United States Biochemistry Examination and Application) full name of the Sino-US Biochemistry Joint Admissions Program.

Ministry of Education Public-Financed Study Abroad Program

In August 1978, the Ministry of Education (then known as the National Board of Education) decided to start a program by sending students studying abroad on public assignment. The first batch of 3,000 Chinese students were sent abroad to study science, engineering, medicine and agriculture at public expense. 100 students were sent to study in each of the countries: Germany, France and Japan, additional students went to study in Western Europe, Northern Europe, the United States and Japan. Among them, 52 were sent to study in the United States.

Let’s read an article:

“35 years of exchange students studying abroad between China and the United States

July 10, 2014

Xinhua Beijing, July 10 (SHI Yuzen & LIU Hua)

December 26, 1978. Capital Airport, in the winter night. An Aircraft roaring to the other side of the ocean, it carried 52 Chinese students on public mission to study in the United States. In February of the following year, eight Americans also walked down the gangway here to begin their study life in China.

Since then, the curtain has never been lowered on the reciprocal sending of students from China and the United States. In the past 35 years, more than 1.46 million people have studied in the United States, including 1.01 million on national assignment. At the same time, more than 220,000 Americans came to study in China. On October 10, “35 Years of Study Abroad in China and in the United States” was held in the Great Hall of the People as a supporting event for the fifth round of high-level consultations on humanities exchanges between China and the United States. “Communicating with the outside world, carrying the future.” Liu Jinghui, Secretary General of the National Study Abroad Fund Management Committee, commented on the significance of study abroad.

So Many Talents, So Many Stars

“A great surprise.” LIU Baicheng, an academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, still remembers the moment when he was one of the first group of people to study in the United States.

From then 52 people “ice-breaking trip” until now, the Fulbright program, the U.S.-China joint Physics graduate training program, the U.S.-China joint biochemistry admission program and other kinds of study in the U.S, had trained a large number of talents for our country, WU Baoyzhen, ZHU Qingshi, LOU Yuqing, ZHANG Chaoyang, a series of shining stars in the lists …. …. The numbers are very telling. For 35 years, among the trained personnel returned to our country from the US, 289 of them were elected members of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, 68 people were elected members of the Chinese Academy of Engineering in 985 colleges and universities; 21 served as secretary or president; 489 scholars returned from the US selected in the “Yangtze River Scholars Award Program”, 836 people were selected in the “Thousands Youth Program”. LIU Jinghui said, “According to the statistics, from 1996 to the present, the return rate of studying abroad students on public assignment is more than 98%, without delay.”

From a Trickle to a Torrent of Students Studying Abroad

At the beginning of the reform and opening up, economic development, scientific and technological progress required the support of a large number of talents. “Therefore, at the initial stage, the students and scholars selected by the state were concentrated in the fields of science, engineering, etc.” CEN Jianjun, director of the Department of International Cooperation and Exchange at the Ministry of Education, said. With the re-launch of the Fulbright program, the cultivation and exchange of talents between China and the United States has been extended to the field of humanities and social sciences. Since 1985, China and the United States have sent about 20 scholars and students in subjects such as humanities and social sciences to each other’s universities or institutions for academic exchange and degree study. In June 1996, the National Committee for the National Study Abroad Fund Management was formally established and the selection and management of study abroad personnel was put on a legalistic track. As of 2014, more than 4000 experts from the Board of Trustees formed an evaluation committee. The Committee selected and sent more than 59,000 students to the United States. Over the years, the Committee has served the national reform and development strategy, has reserved a group of talents with international vision for the country, and has led the development of our country’s studying abroad path. While the pace of public-financed study abroad is increasing, self-funded study has become overwhelming. In December 1981, the “TOEFL” examination was held for the first time in Beijing and other places. Today, “TOEFL” is a must test for almost every self-funded international student studying in the United States. The channels of study have changed from a single public-financed source to multiple options of self-application, inter-university cooperation and multi-funding. The fields of the study have been extended from traditional strengths subjects such as physics and chemistry to finance and political science in pursuit of dreams. According to the American Institute for International Education (IIE), the number of Chinese students in the United States reached 235,597 in 2013, an increase of more than 40,000 over the previous year. China became the largest source of international students in the United States.

For the Friendship Between the Two Countries’ People.

“We are not only here to learn about American science and technology, but also for the friendship of the Chinese and American people.” Thirty-five years ago, in New York, 52 people who studied in the United States made this statement to American journalists who had been waiting at the airport for a long time. Since then, “friendship” has become an indispensable theme word for the exchange students from both sides. “Scared of going to China?” HAN Cheng was asked by a reporter before departing for China. The 25-year-old American “never expected to study in China,” but is confident in the friendship between the two countries: “The Chinese government and people will take good care of us.”

35 years later, he is married with children in China. He participated in the negotiation of important cooperation projects such as the Great Wall Hotel and Beijing Jeep, helped the first Chinese state-owned enterprises to go public overseas, and truly witnessed and participated in the economic development and social changes in China. As a result, HAN Cheng, who is already the director of the Graduate Center at the Stanford Center School of Business at Peking University, is convinced that he had made the right choice.

According to the statistics, among the 220,000+ Americans who have studied in China over the past 35 years, 5716 have received financial support from the Chinese government. By the end of 2014, the US program, promoted as “100,000 Strong” will complete the goal of 100,000 U.S students studying in China within five years. At present, the United States has maintained as the second largest source of international students for six consecutive years in China.”

This article was published to show the outcome of thirty-five years of international student exchange program. From 1978 to 2014, for 35 years, the achievement of the U.S. and China student exchange program is the achievement sending Chinese students to the US by the Ministry of Education’s National Study Abroad Program. Of course, among the students studying abroad (total numbers were made public by the Ministry of Education), there are students from the national government and there are students from other units financed. But majority of the students are either on national government financed (assigned) or unit assigned, they are the main force. Unit assigned are generally referred to as co-cultivated assigned, an example would be CHE Xinwen as we mentioned in the previous article. He obtained a joint PHD as result of cooperation of Wuhan Virology Institute and UC Berkeley, a PHD from two sources. Wuhan Virology Institute sent him to UC Berkeley on unit assignment and he did not have to pay for the cost of his study. YUAN Zhiming’s collaborative research at ILLINOIS University in the United States in early 2003 should also be part of the unit’s public assignment. Details about the unit assignment will be revealed in the next project. The National Study Abroad Fund Management Committee, established in 1996, is responsible for the management and selection of international students sent by the national government. The Fulbright Program, the Sino-US Joint Graduate Program in Physics, and the Sino-US Joint Biochemistry Enrollment Program mentioned in the above article are the specific programs implemented in the United States under this large program. But I feel that the article above is not really accurate, because it hides a fact: all 3 programs used the US’s financial support, also these 3 programs basically stopped after 1989. In essence, post graduate study abroad program is to use the organization’s money to train human resources for the organization in the name of national government assignment. GUO Deyin’s studying abroad experience certainly proves that:

  • 1990-1991 Studying German at Preparatory Department of German Study at Tongji University
  • 1991-1995 PhD candidate, Department of Biology, Technical University of Braunschweig, Germany
  • Federal Graduate Research Assistant, in Biochemistry and Plant Viruses
  • 1996-2002 Postdoc, Dept. of Biological Science Docent (2001), Research Institute of Biotechnology, Univ.of Helsinki, Finland

According to the information, GUO Deyin was selected by the organization to study in Germany in 1990 through the “Postgraduate Study Abroad Program by National Assignment”. Of course before his departure he had to complete his study of the German language at Preparatory Department of German Study, Tongji University. All his costs were paid by the organization. In a way, at that time if someone was chosen by the organization and getting on the list, it meant more than just funding of the study, it’s more of recognition of personal talent & an honor, and it presented a predicable splendid career & future for that person. Let’s take a look at the excavation data from Tongji University’s Preparatory Department of German Study:

Result of the Sino-German Friendship – Memorizing the Establishment of the Preparatory Department for German Studies

Author: ZHAO Qichang, October 11, 2019

In August 1978, the Ministry of Education (then known as the National Education Commission) decided to send 3,000 international students abroad at public expense to study science, engineering, medicine and agriculture. There were 100 students studying in each of the countries – Germany, France and Japan, as well as students studying in Western Europe, Northern Europe, the United States and Japan. Studying abroad begins with language training in our country. Where should the preparatory department for German language training be? In accordance with the tradition & history of Tongji University’s past dealings with Germany and its own decision to “Two Transformation”, Prof. LI Guohao, who was then rector, actively sought to build the university in Tongji. Finally, approval was obtained from the Ministry of Education. On January 4, 1979, President LI held a preparatory meeting in the Victory Building (formerly JI Yifu Building) with the relevant leaders of the school to announce the official’s decisions. On January 22, 1979, the Department of Foreign Languages held a general meeting and democratically elected LI as the head of Foreign Language Department and the head of the Preparatory Department for German Study. YING Yuntian was elected as the deputy head of the department. In about a month’s time, the first ever language training school for students studying abroad was established in China.

The “Preparatory Department of German Study” is short for “Preparatory School for International Students from the People’s Republic of China to the Federal Republic of Germany”; the German acronym “Kolleg” is equivalent to the “Studien Kolleg” in the Federal Republic of Germany, which prepares foreign students for university entrance.

Close cooperation from the German side

From 28 February to 2 March 1979, a delegation from the Ministry of Education (headed by Director General LUO Jinbai and attended by ZHANG Delong and LI) visited Germany and met with the KMK delegation at the Joint Conference of Federal German Ministers of Culture and Education in Bonn to discuss the specific training program for the Preparatory Department of German Study. At last, both parties signed the “Sino-German Expert Group Minutes of the Meeting on the Training of Chinese Undergraduates, Postgraduates and Further Education of Students”. During the talks, a comparison was made between the primary and secondary school systems in China and Germany. The total number of years of primary and secondary education in Germany is 13 (full secondary school) and 12 in China. The cohort’s primary and secondary school studies coincided with the “Cultural Revolution” and the actual number of years of study was even lower. By comparing the learning materials, it was found that this cohort had not studied the German secondary school courses in biology, cartography, projective geometry and calculus. It was therefore decided that the one-year training would be divided into two phases. In the first stage, German language was taught as a single subject; in the second stage, in addition to German language, high school classes were added. Both stages were taught by German teachers. On March 28, the month of the signing of the Minutes, seven German teachers from the Goethe-Institute, headed by Dr. B. Pirrung, arrived at Tongji University with their teaching materials and equipment. On March 30, 100 selected students from colleges and universities throughout the country who had achieved outstanding results in the 1978 national university entrance examinations reported to Tongji. On April 2, teachers and students met. On April 6, classes began with 6 different subjects: science, engineering, medicine and others. The high efficiency and speed of the process has been described as unprecedented by both China and Germany. On August 28, 1979, the second stage of the study began with the arrival of 9 teachers from German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) in Tongji, headed by Mr. K. D. Justen, who were specialized in basic subjects. During this period, the number of weekly school hours remained unchanged, and the number of German lessons was reduced to 14 per week, and the number of German teachers was also reduced from 7 to 5.

The German teachers at the Goethe-Institute each taught 24 hours a week, double the workload of our foreign language teachers at that time. In addition, the German teachers at our school were given two to four hours a week of instruction in pedagogy, they also trained 8 Chinese teachers who taught specialized courses and allowed the 8 teachers to attend classes in the preparatory department to prepare them for their stay in Germany. Their enthusiasm was a great inspiration to our teachers and students.

China’s painstaking efforts

These German friends were all first-time visitors to China and did not understand the material deprivation caused by China’s 10 years Cultural Revolution, nor did they understand the cultural differences between China and Germany. As a result, they were not used to, not understood, and even misunderstood things in China. However, after our open and honest explanations, visits and tours, and our attentive reception of life services, especially after seeing the hard work, selfless dedication and diligence of our faculty and students, they gradually understood and admired each other and became sincere friends and had a very good relationship. The first problem encountered was housing. At that time, before the construction of the current Huivan Building (commonly known as the Foreign Language Building and the Expert Building), the German teacher had to borrow the Southwest Student Dormitory Building as a classroom and stayed on the first floor of the New South Building of the Jinjiang Hotel. They said the rooms were small, too few bookcases and lack of carpet in the house, etc. We explained the practical difficulties, such as the fact that the per capita housing in Shanghai was less than 40 square meters, less than 1/10 of Germany. At the same time, we invited them to visit my apartment which lived by family of four, where the housing area was only 21 square meters, it’s much smaller than the area in which they lived alone. They were happy that the bookcase in the German language teaching and research room was given to them. With that, they were at peace. We bought grass mats specifically for their offices and expert building quarters. They watched with delight, and said wryly, “It’s good, the weaving is artistic, better than the carpet.”

In terms of pay, they said that RMB 600 per month was not enough. After learning that Tongji’s president, who was a First-Level professor only made 360 yuan a month, and that LI and other staff members, who were the directors of the Preparatory Department for Abroad Study were paid tens of Yuan per month, less than 100 Yuan, and had to pay their own rent and utilities, they felt embarrassed and stopped talking about this issue.

The Tongji New Village and the Expert Building were surrounded by walls and also had gate guards watching them in what they mistakenly perceive as distrust of them. We had to make it clear that fences were a traditional style of Chinese architecture; schools, parks, and even palaces had fences, same as German parapet or fence; and gate guards protected them for their safety, and it was definitely not a matter of mistrust. And of course they understood.

The German experts were most impressed by the selflessness of the faculty and their hard work, regardless of remuneration. Some of them took care of the typing tasks for the Department of Foreign Languages and the Preparatory Department of German Study, typing in Chinese, German and English with high speed and quality; some of them handled the documents for the Preparatory Department in a timely manner and produced very authentic work; some of them mingled with the students and made friends; the young German teachers, on the one hand, listened to the class and helped the experts with translation, and at the same time taught a class with 200 students and achieved remarkable results. The experts saw it with their eyes and it touched their hearts. They were greatly encouraged by the Chinese’s effort.

The German experts were also encouraged and pleased by the hard work and excellent results of the participants. The students paid attention intensely in class, completed the extra-curricular assignments on time, they got up at five o’clock in the morning to study, after the lights went out in the evening, there were still people with flashlights in the comforter to read, some of them persisted to attend class even when they were sick, and their test results were good. The experts saw this as a reward for their hard work, and unanimously reflected that “the spirit of Chinese students studying hard is unmatched by students from Latin America and Europe and the United States”, some said “Chinese people are really talented in learning foreign languages”. Expert Rensch (a lady) said: “Seeing students study so seriously, I simply forget about fatigue and heat.”

Unprecedented academic excellence

The second phase of the training, which lasted 14 weeks and required the fulfillment of the language and basic course requirements for admission to German universities, was accepted by an examination committee composed of both Chinese and German officials. On 24 May 1980, the examination was completed and the result was an overall average of more than one point (Germany’s one point was the best, equivalent to our five points) and less than two points; numerous trainees scored a total of one point, which is an unprecedented achievement.

Representatives of the Goethe-Institute said that they have 127 branches around the world and that Chinese students had the best results, and DAAD representatives said that these were the best result they know of any matriculation course in Germany, inside or outside Germany. A delegation of the Joint Conference of German Ministers of Education, headed by Mr. Piazolo, held its second meeting with the Ministry of Education in Beijing at the beginning of 1980. In the minutes of the meeting, it unanimously affirmed the excellent performance of the Preparatory Department and considered it a result of the friendship between the Chinese and German people, “The Preparatory Department of German Study at Tongji University is an important base for Chinese students studying in Germany”.

The second class of 110 students arrived in Tongji on 17 March 1980 to begin the first phase of their studies. Its training arrangements were as the same as the first one, except that the majors of studies included additional subjects, such as art studies, futurology, sociology, librarianship, film technology, criminology, German language and literature. As a result, the German teaching forces had adjusted accordingly.

To Federal Germany

The year 1980 marked the 103rd anniversary of China sending foreign students to Germany since 1877.

In order to further clarify the purpose, task and foreign affairs discipline of the students studying abroad, to strengthen the belief of studying hard for the construction of the four modernization system, and to familiarize ourselves with the German national situation and the university situation, one month of intensive training was arranged by China’s Ministry in Shanghai and in Beijing, and by DAAD in Germany before and after going abroad, respectively.

A number of majors at German universities, such as chemical engineering, electrical engineering, mining, machine building and agricultural economics, required two months of internship before enrolling. As a result, before the students’ departure, they were split into two batches. The 26 trainees, who had a pre-school internship, started their domestic training at the beginning of June and arrived in Germany at the end of June, where they trained for one month, followed by a two-month internship; the 76 trainees, who did not have a pre-school internship, arrived in Germany at the end of August, where they also trained for one month and became familiar with the situation two or three days later. Both batches began the winter semester (known in our country as the autumn semester) of the year on 15 October 1980.

The trainees of the Preparatory Department had developed deep friendships with German teachers in their home countries and were in constant contacts with each other even after they had gone abroad. These German teachers took an interest in the students’ lives and studies and helped them to overcome the difficulties they encountered when they first arrived in Germany. Their help had further contributed to the healthy growth of students studying in Germany.

This group of students studying abroad, were praised by the schools and teachers both at home and in Germany. In general, the students were able to complete their studies in the required time, and a number of them completed their studies ahead of schedule. Today, many of these students have become professors, scientific leaders and company executives, all due to the result of a friendship between Germany and China.

(Author: former head of the German Language Department at Tongji University, died in December 2018.)

This article is from the “Sino-German Humanities Exchange” Public Issue Number, Photographed by JIANG Xixiang

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Conclusion: GUO Deyin was a student of the 1990 class OF Preparatory Department of German Study at Tongji University, a student of the German teacher ZHAO Qichang, and a graduate student on public assignment studying abroad by the Ministry of Education. WU Jianguo, HU Zhihong, CHEN Xinwen, CHEN Ming Zhou, and ZHOU Xi should all be graduate students sent by the Ministry of Education to study abroad.

All post graduate students studying abroad, their selection, financial aid, and personnel management are based on the “Regulations on the Management of Graduate Students Studying Abroad on National Public Assignment”

Regulations on the Management of Graduate Students Studying Abroad on National Public Assignment(Trial Version)

Chapter 1. General Provisions

Article I For the purpose of implementation of building a prosperous & strong nation strategy through science and education, accelerate the cultivation of high-level talent training, standardize the management of the country’s public funded graduate students studying abroad program (hereinafter referred to as public sending graduate students abroad), improve the effectiveness of the country’s public sending abroad, the formulation of these provisions.

Article 2 The public postgraduate students referred to in these provisions are those selected to pursue master’s and doctoral degrees abroad in accordance with the funding mode of the State Scholarship Fund, and those jointly trained doctoral students who are engaged in research projects abroad during their doctoral studies at home.

Article 3 The duties of the selection, posting and administration of postgraduate students are:

1. Under the leadership of the Ministry of Education, the National Committee for the Administration of the Study Abroad Fund (hereinafter referred to as the Committee) is responsible for the selection and management of postgraduate students in accordance with the policy on study abroad in the sending country.

2. The Education (Culture) Division (Group) of our country’s embassy (hereinafter referred to as the embassy) is responsible for the management of the postgraduate students assigned to study abroad.

3. The Service Center for Study Abroad of the Ministry of Education, Shanghai Intensive Training Department for Study Abroad Personnel of the Ministry of Education and Guangzhou Service Management Center for Study Abroad Personnel (hereinafter referred to as the Study Abroad Service Organization) are responsible for providing services such as applying for visas and purchasing airline tickets for public postgraduate students to study abroad.

4. According to the key funding areas of the State Scholarship Fund, the selection unit of the public postgraduate students shall be responsible for recommending candidates with both good character and academic ability to the Committee, guiding and contacting high-level schools abroad, and providing necessary guidance to the public postgraduate students in their business studies abroad. The selected postgraduates units should be held responsible for the management of the selected postgraduates and work with the Committee and the embassies and consulates to manage the postgraduates.

Article 4 The selection of public postgraduate students is carried out in accordance with the “individual application, unit recommendation, expert evaluation, merit-based selection”. Specific approaches will be developed separately.

Article 5 Upon completion of the selection and acceptance of postgraduate students for public assignment, the Committee shall promptly notify the selection authorities, study abroad service institutions and relevant embassies and consulates of the selection documents and list.

Article 6 The State administers “dispatch after contract and compensate for breach of contract” policies to manage the public assigned postgraduate students. Before going abroad, postgraduate students should sign the “Agreement on Financial Assistance for Studying Abroad” (see Annex 1, hereinafter referred to as the “Agreement”) with the Committee on the Study Abroad, and pay the study abroad deposit. The Letter of Agreement shall be notarized and valid.

A notarized copy of the Letter of Agreement shall be filed with the electing unit.

Article 7 Post-graduate students (other than those in service) shall, in principle, be dispatched after the conclusion of an employment agreement with the selected unit.

Article 8 Graduate students who are currently enrolled as students before they leave the country shall go through the relevant formalities such as registering and leaving the school in time to study abroad. The selection unit shall keep the file and household register within the period of study set by the state.

If a student does not return after the prescribed period of study, his or her file and household registration will be handled by the selection unit in accordance with the relevant regulations.

Article 9 For postgraduate students who are fresh graduates before going to study abroad, the selection unit shall keep the file and household register within the period of study prescribed by the State. If a fresh graduate does not return after the specified period of study, the selection unit may transfer his or her file and household registration to the place of origin.

Article 10 The selection unit shall set up a special body and personnel, which shall be responsible for the management of postgraduate students on public duty, and establish a special management file for postgraduate students on public duty; unify the ideological education and training of postgraduate students on public duty in the unit before they go abroad, organize the study of relevant national policies and management regulations on studying abroad on public duty, and provide guidance and assistance in the procedures for going abroad; appoint a special instructor or contact person for postgraduate students on public duty.

Article 11 Study abroad service institutions shall, based on the admission documents provided by the Committee for the Study Abroad, and the Certificate of Eligibility to Study Abroad Funded by the State Scholarship Fund (see Attachment 2) held by the postgraduate student on behalf of the State Scholarship Fund, examine the Letter of Agreement and the Certificate of Deposit of Study Abroad Deposit of the postgraduate student on behalf of the postgraduate student on official assignment, and then go through the formalities for going abroad in accordance with the relevant regulations, and issue the Certificate of Report of the State Postgraduate Student (see Attachment 3), etc.

Article 12 The study abroad service institutions shall submit the information and related materials to the relevant embassies and consulates and the Committee for the Study Abroad in a timely and accurate manner after going abroad for the public postgraduate students, so as to ensure the effective interface between domestic and foreign management.

Chapter III. Management and communication in Foreign Country

Article 13 Postgraduate students on official mission shall report to their respective embassies and consulates within 10 days of their arrival at the destination of study with the Certificate of Eligibility to Study Abroad with Financial Support from the National Fund for Study Abroad and the Certificate of Report of State Personnel on Official Mission for Study Abroad (in person or by post, etc.), and shall go through procedures such as report or online registration as required by the embassy or consulate.

Article 14 Postgraduate students on official mission shall maintain regular contact with embassies, consulates and selection units, and submit the “Report Form on the Study/Training Status of Study Abroad Personnel of National Public Sending Countries” to embassies, consulates and selection units in China at the end of each semester (see Annex 4).

Article 15 Postgraduate students on official mission shall consciously defend the honor of the motherland, abide by the laws of our country and the country where they study, respect the customs and habits of the local people, and have friendly relations with the local people during their studies.

Article 16 The embassies and consulates shall place great importance to and actively care about the thinking and study of the postgraduate students during their study abroad, establish a system of regular contact and follow-up visits, and sincerely and timely release the funds for the postgraduate students. Report to the Ministry of Education and the Committee on the Study Abroad Fund on the external management of postgraduate students on assignment every academic year.

Article 17 The selection unit shall actively cooperate with the Committee and the embassies and consulates in dealing with issues arising from the management process. The university should provide clear advice to the Committee on Postdoctoral Research on the extension of the period of study, early return to the country, and postdoctoral research during the period of study, and take effective measures to ensure that the postgraduate students selected by the university will be successful in their studies and return to the country to serve.

Article 18 The scholarships provided by the National Endowment for the Study Abroad Fund for postgraduate students on official mission shall include expenses for meals, accommodation, transportation, telephone, books and materials, medical insurance, fellowship, one-time accommodation and out-of-pocket expenses, etc. Upon arrival in the country of study, public postgraduate students should purchase medical insurance in accordance with the requirements of the government of the country of study or the institution (research institution) of the country of study, based on the actual situation in the country of study.

Article 19 Publicly assigned graduate students shall study diligently, improve their efficiency, complete their studies within the prescribed period of study and return to serve in their home countries on time. Without the approval and consent of the Committee on the Study Abroad, you may not change your study status, period of study, country of study and institution of study (research institution) during your study. Returning home early with a degree is considered to be completing the study abroad program early and returning home on time. Postgraduate students may not apply for an exemption from the country of immigration.

Article 20 Publicly assigned graduate students shall normally complete their studies at the institution where they are admitted to study abroad (research institution). If, within the prescribed period of study, there is a need to change the study unit for academic or research purposes, the following procedures shall be followed.

(a) Change of faculty or major within the institution (research institution) in which the student is studying should be reported to the embassy or consulate for record, with a letter of consent from the selected unit and the foreign tutor (collaborator).

To change the institution (research institution), you should apply to the embassy or consulate two months in advance and submit a letter of opinion from the selected institution, a letter of opinion from the former institution or mentor (collaborator) and a letter of acceptance from the newly accepted institution or mentor (collaborator), and the embassy or consulate will submit it to the Committee on International Student Finance for approval.

The change of study unit is limited to the country of origin.

Graduate students who have been approved to change their study abroad institution should report to their current embassy or consulate within 10 days of their arrival at the new institution. The former embassy and consulate shall forward the relevant information and materials to the current embassy and consulate in a timely manner so as to facilitate the management of the work.

Article 21 If a postgraduate student is unable to continue his or her studies for any reason and needs to return to the country earlier, he or she shall apply to the embassy or consulate and submit the opinion and relevant certificates of the selected unit and the institution or mentor (collaborator) of the foreign student, and the embassy or consulate shall submit them to the Committee on Scholarship for approval.

Upon approval for the early repatriation of the postgraduate student, the national postgraduate qualification will be terminated.

For those postgraduate students who have been approved by the Committee to return to their home country early, those who can resume their studies in the country in accordance with the regulations of the university’s administration will be processed by the selection unit in accordance with the regulations; those who are currently employed will return to the unit in which they have their original personnel relationship; and those who are recent graduates will seek employment on their own according to the degree they have graduated.

For those who return early without permission, the Committee will handle them in accordance with the relevant regulations.

Article 22 During the period of study, postgraduate students on official assignment may take leave to return to their home countries or collect information from institutions (research institutes) in the countries where they study. Leave of absence or collection of information should be submitted to the embassy or consulate for approval with the consent of the institution or supervisor (collaborator) of the student.

Publicly assigned graduate students may return to their home country for leave within the specified period of study: if the period of study is between 12 months and 24 months (inclusive), the period of return is not more than one month and the scholarship will be issued; if the period of study is more than 24 months (inclusive), the period of return is not more than two months or one month once a year, the scholarship will be issued and the return travel expenses will be taken care of; if the period of return exceeds the above number of times and time, the scholarship will be stopped from the date it exceeds.

In the same year, a postgraduate student can only choose one of them and cannot enjoy both. If the scholarship is not more than 15 days at a time, the scholarship will be issued; if it exceeds the above number of times and time, the scholarship will be suspended from the date it exceeds.

Article 23: If a postgraduate student is unable to return home after a break from study due to illness, he or she shall obtain the consent of the supervisor (collaborator) of the institution of study and apply for or make up for the formalities for retaining the academic status of the institution of study abroad, and the embassy or consulate shall promptly report the relevant situation to the Committee for approval.

Postgraduate students who return home after a semester’s leave of absence due to illness are generally limited to one semester; they may apply for a further leave of absence until they have recovered, which should not exceed one year (inclusive) in total. After recovering from treatment during this period, the Committee shall submit to the Committee the medical examination certificate of the domestic medical institution, the opinion of the selected institution, and other relevant materials such as the retention of academic status and the letter of acceptance of the foreign institution, and decide whether to return to the country of study to continue their studies after seeking the opinion of the embassy or consulate; those who are still unable to return to the country of study for normal study after treatment shall return to the country of study as early as possible in accordance with Article 21. The national postgraduate student will be automatically disqualified from studying on official duty if his aggregated days of staying at home over one year. The selection unit can decide his domestic studies in accordance with the regulations of the school, the selection unit will handle the procedures for resuming his studies in accordance with the regulations of the school; he can return to the unit where he or she has worked. The current graduate will be self-employed in accordance with his or her graduation degree. During the period when a postgraduate student on official assignment returns home from school due to illness, the living expenses of the scholarship abroad will cease; for those who were in service (school) before leaving the country, the domestic medical expenses during the period when they return home from school due to illness will be paid by the selection unit in accordance with its own regulations; for those who were not in service (school) before leaving the country, the domestic medical expenses will be paid by the individuals.

Article 24 When participating in international academic conferences or conducting short-term academic visits while studying abroad, postgraduate students shall obtain the consent of the supervisor (collaborator) of the institution and report to the Embassy or Consulate. Participation in international academic conferences or short-term academic visits is at your own expense.

Article 25 If a graduate student on public assignment is unable to obtain a degree within the prescribed period of study, if he/she really needs to extend the study period due to academic problems and the tutor of the institution proves that he/she can obtain a degree within the extended period, he/she shall submit a written application to the embassy or consulate two months in advance, issue a letter of opinion from the tutor of the institution and the selection unit, and the embassy or consulate shall make a clear opinion based on his/her daily study performance and submit it to the Committee for approval. Those who have been approved for an extension should go through the relevant procedures such as renewing the Letter of Agreement with the Committee. Costs will be borne during the period of approval of the extension.

Article 26 If a graduate student is unable to obtain a degree despite the efforts made within the stipulated period of study, the embassy or consulate shall report his or her study attitude, daily performance and the actual situation of the institution in the country where he or she is studying and report these information to the Committee. After the Committee’s approval, issue a relevant certificate for completion or failure of study and return to the country.

Article 27 Publicly assigned graduate students who have obtained a doctoral degree in a field of urgent national need may continue to conduct postdoctoral research for not more than two years, subject to the visa policy of the host country, with the consent of the selected unit and the approval of the Scholarship Committee and the renewal of the Letter of Agreement.

1. Postgraduate students should apply to the embassies and consulates 2 months in advance, and issue a letter of opinion from the selected unit and the overseas study institution or mentor (collaborator), and the embassies and consulates will submit a clear opinion to the Committee on Scholarship for approval.

2. The Committee will approve the post-doctoral research projects according to their integration with national science and technology and economic development, and organize experts to review and assess them if necessary. When you return home after your doctoral research, you should submit a report of your research results to the Committee on Study Abroad.

3. Post-doctoral research expenses incurred should be paid by themselves.

Article 28 For those who are undisciplined and engage in activities unrelated to their studies that seriously affect their studies, study abroad institutions and tutors (collaborators) who complain about their poor performance, the embassy or consulate shall warn them once; for those who do not correct themselves, shall be promptly referred to the Scholarship Committee, which shall handle them in accordance with the relevant regulations.

Article 29: Upon returning to the country after the completion of postgraduate studies, the embassy or consulate shall, in accordance with national regulations, choose the route of return to the country and pay for international travel expenses. The 1st choice of the flight should be Chinese civil aviation flight but if it’s not available, the purchase of air tickets for foreign flights shall be based on the principle of safety and economy.

Article 30 Once a postgraduate student has signed a contract to study abroad, his or her status as a national postgraduate student shall not change due to any change in funding sources or treatment. If other scholarships are awarded, they should be agreed by the Committee and supplemental agreements should be signed, and they should always abide by the relevant regulations of the country’s official study abroad and fulfill their obligations such as returning to their home country for the scheduled service. If they renounce their national scholarship and national assigned study abroad status and unilaterally terminate the agreement, the Committee will deal with it in accordance with the relevant regulations.

Article 31 A change of nationality during the study period of a postgraduate student on official assignment shall be deemed to be a renunciation of the official study status of the country and shall be handled by the Committee in accordance with relevant regulations.

chapter IV. Repatriation and Service

Article 32 Public assigned postgraduate students shall return to their home country on time, fill in the form “Certificate of Returning to China for Study Abroad Deposit Refund Request” (see Annex 5), have the selection unit sign the corresponding column, report to the Committee as soon as possible (persons from outside Beijing may report by letter, fax or e-mail) and submit written materials as required. After reviewing the above documents, the Committee will notify the financial institution concerned to return the deposit made before leaving the country to the postgraduate student.

Article 33 Public assigned postgraduate students (excluding those who are in service) who have completed their studies and returned to their home countries shall be employed in accordance with the relevant national employment policy, regulations and the agreement with the relevant unit in the country.

Article 34 The selection unit shall incorporate the work of returning public postgraduate students into its overall plan for talent cultivation, and actively guide their employment and entrepreneurship decisions, create a favorable conditions for their return to work and entrepreneurship.

Article 35 The Center for Study Abroad Service of the Ministry of Education shall, in accordance with national regulations, provide the necessary services for public-assigned graduate students who have earned degrees abroad & return to their home countries, provide documentations so they can work & start their entrepreneurship. If a graduate student is sent abroad and has signed an agreement with the selection unit to return to his or her home country for targeted employment, the selection unit shall promptly report the list to the Center for Study Abroad Service of the Ministry of Education for the record. After returning to their home countries, doctoral students in joint training should go back to the selection unit to get the relevant documentation.

Article 36 Public assigned post-graduate students shall serve at least two years continuously after their return to the home country.

Chapter V. Recovery for Breach of Contract

Article 37 Any act that violates the Letter of Agreement, such as changing the country of study, study status, abandoning the use of the State Scholarship Fund, unilaterally terminating the agreement, returning to the country early without completing the study plan, engaging in non-study related activities that seriously affect the study, performing extremely poorly, failing to return to the country more than three months after the prescribed study period, and failing to complete the service period in the home country after return, shall constitute a total breach of the agreement. The defaulting person shall indemnify the full cost of the study abroad grant and pay 30% penalty of the full cost.

Failure to return to one’s home country within three months or less of the prescribed period of study shall constitute a partial breach of contract. The defaulting person shall be indemnified against a default of 20% of the entire cost of the study abroad grant. With the approval of the embassy or consulate, repatriation tickets may still be provided.

If, for special reasons such as flights, you arrive in the country within one month (inclusive) of the specified period of study, you will not be considered in breach of the contract.

Article 38: Students who have not repaid their national student loans before leaving the country shall repay their loans in accordance with the relevant provisions of the national student loans during their stay abroad, and if they have difficulties in repaying their loans, they shall go through the corresponding extension procedures; for those who are in default, they shall fulfill their relevant obligations in accordance with the Agreement and the relevant provisions of the national student loans.

Article 39 The embassies and consulates shall promptly report student’s default & funding information to the Committee and assist the Committee in the recovery of default.

Article 40 The selection unit shall promptly provide the Committee with the relevant information on the defaulters of the unit and assist the Committee in the recovery of default.

Article 41 For breaches of the Agreement, the Committee shall recover the breach of the Agreement from the violator in accordance with the provisions of national laws and relevant provisions of the Agreement. The defaulting party or its guarantor (i.e. party C of the agreement) shall be liable for the corresponding breach.

1. If the defaulting party bears the corresponding responsibility for the breach of contract in accordance with the provisions of the Letter of Agreement, and they pay the costs as prescribed, they shall not be held legally responsible. If the defaulting person fails to compensate for their breach of contract in accordance with the Agreement, the domestic guarantor will be held financially liable. If neither the defaulting party nor its guarantor assumes the agreed financial liability, it will be settled domestically through legal means.

2. In the event of default, especially for those who do not fulfill their financial obligations as agreed in the Letter of Agreement, in addition to resolving the matter through legal means, other auxiliary means will be taken if necessary, such as informing the foreign parties concerning of the fact of default in the name of the Study Abroad Fund Committee; publishing the list of default, etc.

3. Upon completion of the financial compensation, the defaulting person has completed his or her obligations under the Letter of Agreement with the EC, but the status of the State official student remains unchanged. The Committee will inform the Embassy and Consulate, the person in default and the selection unit of the settlement of the agreement.

Chapter VI. Assessment

Article 42 The Ministry of Education shall establish an evaluation system and incentive mechanism to evaluate the overall effectiveness of public assigned postgraduate students studying abroad program, evaluate the implementation of relevant projects, in particular to conduct a comprehensive evaluation of the quality of personnel sent by the selection units, the effectiveness of studying abroad, and whether students return as planned. Based on the evaluation results, adjust the future plan to ensure the effectiveness of the use of the National Study Abroad Fund and the realization of national talent training goals.

The evaluation will also serve as part of the performance evaluation on the study abroad management, its services, the embassies & consulates, and use the evaluation to promote, improve & strengthening the study abroad management.

Chapter VII By-Laws

Article 43 This provision shall be interpreted by the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Finance.

Article 44 These provisions shall come into force on the date of their publication. In the event of any inconsistency between the relevant previously issued provisions and these provisions, these provisions shall prevail.

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If the Americans and the US government read the Regulations carefully, they would not believe that the purpose of these students studying abroad by CCP regime’s public assignment, is “for Peace, for friendship between the US and China”. Before 1989, programs such as the Fulbright Program, the Sino-American Joint Graduate Student Training Program in Physics and the Sino-American Joint Biochemistry Admissions Program might be for peace and friendship, but after 1989, graduate students on public assigned studying abroad program are definitely not coming for peace and friendship, they are wolves under sheep’s skin. 1989 is the beginning of “the Farmer and the Snake” story, we can confidently say, this is true in the biology and medicine field, and almost in every high-tech field. Of the 3 programs, the Fulbright Program currently is still on-going. The article below explains the sources of the funding for the Fulbright Program under its application guidelines for CCP’s colleges, include the US backed funding.

Notice of Selection for the 2021-2022 Fulbright Research Scholars Program

Time: April 30, 2020

Source: National Study Abroad Network

Author: National Study Abroad Fund Management Committee

Unit concerned: In accordance with the Education Exchange Agreement between the governments of China and the United States, the National Committee for the Study Abroad Administration (hereinafter referred to as the Committee) will continue to select & send up to 40 Visiting Research Scholars (VRS) to the United States for the 2021-2022 academic year. Please recommend candidates based on the actual talent needs of your unit, recommend the best candidates. The following is the notification:

I. The recommended candidate shall meet the following basic conditions

1.1 The applicant shall be a citizen of mainland China, love the socialist motherland, have good political and workman qualities and outstanding performance in study and work, and have the sense of responsibility and mission to serve the cause of motherland construction when he or she returns home after studying.

1.2 Who is excellent at teaching/researching and with development potentials, additionally with high academic and operational skills.

1.3 Should not have studied in the United States within the last two years (since July 31, 2018). Those who have received financial assistance from the National Scholarship Fund to study abroad may apply only if they have worked for at least two years after returning to their home country (before July 31, 2018).

1.4 Physically and mentally healthy.

1.5 Between 35 and 50 years of age (born on or after July 31, 1970, and before July 31, 1985), with a professional technical position of associate professor or above, a doctorate or more than 10 years of teaching experience, strong independent research ability and a high level of English, and the ability to conduct research independently after going to the United States.

1.6 The recommended candidate will have teaching experience and professional background related to the study of American issues. Priority is given to those who have a genuine need to conduct research in the United States and are interested in enhancing mutual understanding between China and the United States through their participation in this project.

1.7 Applications from persons studying or working abroad will not be accepted at this time.

II. Selection of Subjects

Should be relevant to the study of American issues, see Annex 1 for specific subject areas.

III. Funding Content

3.1 The National Studying Abroad Fund provides one-way ticket travel to the United States (to the place of entry) for the selected person.

3.2 Both China and the US provide scholarships to the selected person during his or her studying period

IV. Duration of the Study and Funding

The period of funding for the selected person is 10 months, and the period of study does not exceed 12 months. Students are required to study abroad for a continuous period of 10 months, during which time they may not return to their home country early or midway.

V. Application Procedures and Timeline

5.1 Please make recommendations in accordance with the principles of “dispatch on demand, quality assurance, consistent learning and use” and “fairness, impartiality and openness”. Attention should be paid to the workplace ratio of men to women. On equal terms, preference is given to applicants who have never worked or studied in the United States.

5.2 Each unit shall organize the nominees to log on to the National Public Assigned Study Abroad Management Information Platform and on Fulbright Program website before the deadline of 31 July.

http://apply.csc.edu.cn
https://apply.iie.org/fvsp2021

Failure to file on both sites as required, will not be accepted.

5.3 The National Study Abroad Fund Committee delegates the relevant units with the responsibility of receiving and reviewing application materials. The relevant university is responsible for receiving applications from their own universities; other applications shall be processed by the relevant National Study Abroad Fund application agency (for details, see the directory of the National Study Abroad network agency: https://www.csc.edu.cn/article/1701).

Please be sure to submit the official letter of recommendation (including the list of candidates and proof of employment) to the National Committee of the Studying Abroad Fund before August 7, 2020, so as to avoid the delay in the arrival of the official letter to affect the receipt and subsequent evaluation of the electronic data of the declaration.

Submission: Scanned letter of recommendation (including list of candidates and proof of incumbency) combined into a single PDF file; PDF naming requirements: school name + Fulbright Research Scholars Program; email: [email protected]

VI. Assessment and Admission

6.1 August – November 2020: Accreditation and communications review

6.2 Early December 2020: Interviews

6.3 January 2021: Publication of the list of nominees

6.4 June 2021: Issuance of offers of admission, pre-training. The dispatch is expected to take place in September 2021. All units and applicants are requested to make work arrangements in advance accordingly.

VII. In accordance with the relevant regulations of the public assigned study abroad, the accepted candidates must go through the procedures of signing a contract with the National Study Abroad Fund Committee before they depart. After the completion of their study, they must strictly obey the relevant provisions of the Agreement with National Study Abroad Fund Committee and timely return to their homeland for service. This program does not accept students’ applications for J-1 visa waivers. (This is a critical point. In the United States, for example, most public assigned scholars who go to the United States are on J-1 visas. Requirement for these visa holders from the U.S government is to return to China for two years after the end of their study, unless they are granted a waiver by the Chinese consulate. The Chinese Consulate does not grant exemptions for students on official duty. Because CCP sends large numbers of students abroad, CCP could not guarantee that every one of them would return home, so Article VII of the program requirement guarantees most of the students sent to the United States on public duty would return home.)

National Committee for the Management of the Studying Abroad Fund

April 24, 2020

Other related matters should be carried out in accordance with the implementation methods, and please contact the International Exchanges and Cooperation Office in a timely manner if there is any issues or problem with the work.

With so many students on public assignments each year, it reveals the CCP’s ambitious strategy. Through these pubic assignments, CCP gets these students to master U.S. technology, force them back to homeland with that technology when they’re done, and gain information on China’s elite students in the technology sector, especially those from top universities for future use. Personal information of the public assigned students studying abroad is in the possession of the CCP’s Consulate, which is the CCP’s means of monitoring talent. For these reasons, over the past decade, CCP has developed many high-end programs targeting prestigious schools such as Harvard and Yale etc. in the United States. Let’s look at the following articles.

Public Assignment of Studying Abroad: Select & Send 20 people to Harvard & MIT pursuing PHD degree.

National Study Abroad Fund Committee reached an agreement with Harvard & MIT. The purpose of the Agreement was to communicate & coordinate between China and the US’ research agencies, acadamics and universities, and to cultivate more creative, modern, advanced top level personnels for China. The agreement allowed total of 20 top talented students from China to study PHD at Harvard & MIT. China was responsible for the students’ first two years’ costs and US’ universities will be responsible for the last two years costs.

Agreement with Stanford Univesity to train PhD candidate through China’s Public Assignment of Study Abroad Committee. Terms are similar to Harvard and MIT.

We need to highlight the “Biomedical World Scholars” program between Yale University and the China Study Abroad Fund Committee. Yale University directly enrolls biomedical doctors at China’s nine universities. China’s Committee funds this program. This model is virtually monopolized Yale’s admission channel in China for this major. Because normally PhD programs are school-funded, if China’s Committee pays for the program, Yale doesn’t have to pay to fund these Chinese students. The effect is that if a Chinese student wants to go to Yale for this professional doctorate, he must go through CCP’s public assignment program. Same is happening with other universities and has the same effect, with the ultimate goal of monopolizing the admission channels of American universities in China through public assignments, so that all good Chinese students can be monitored by the Party in this way and ultimately used by the Party if it needs them.

From the table above, we can see how difficult it is to become a government-sponsored student. First of all, you must be in an orgnization, which of course needs to be state-owned, e.g. University, research institute, state-owned enterprise, because these kind of orgnizations are truly controlled by the party.Such organization can not be any private enterprise or non-state-owned research institute.

The organization selects you according to the organizational need, the need from the party, and recommends you to the Study Abroad Committee. In addition,they claim that you volunteer.Of course, many people cherish this opportunity to go abroad, thinking that it is a kind of trust and reward, and a kind of honor from the organization.Once you are selected, your study abroad becomes an assignment on behalf of the organization, which of course requires strict control over you, including legal control – agreement signing, payment of security deposit,domicile file monitoring. All these controls involve issues such as housing, education of children, healthcare and pension, and finally deprive of your “visa exemption”, which means this program does not allow J-1 visa exemption. Meanwhile, most of the students and scholars applying for government-sponsored study abroad in the United States are on J-1 visa. The U.S. requirement for this type of visa is to return to China for two years at the end of the study visit, unless the Chinese Consulate provide visa exemption. That means if your J1 visa expires it is impossible to obtain a new visa in the U.S. because U.S. law requires an embassy waiver. So, you can only go back to your home country for two years before applying for a new visa to the U.S., otherwise you will become an illegal immigrant. Even when you are abroad, you basically have lost your freedom. Your job is to learn, to acquire knowledge, to master technology, to complete the tasks entrusted to you by the organization, and all your actions are under the surveillance of the consulate abroad. Even taking vacation, having short visits, and participating in academic conferences need to be reported. For nations like United States, Britain, France, Germany, there is no such state-sponsored study abroad program, of course,it is hard for them to understand the underlying meaning of this type of program. The significance here is that through western higher education systems, the party state cultivates the talents the party need, and develops their own science and technology full-fledged army. It is worth noting that despite all these harsh requirements, the opportunity to government-sponsored study abroad program was still in vogue that year, and even multiple organizations competed for limited quota, because most of the participants intend to study abroad and then return home to serve the Party. Also it was a golden ticket to get on the Ship of Fortune and Status and become a member of the party’s inner circle, that applies for Rao Zihe and for Chen Zhu.

State-Sponsored Study Abroad and Academic Exchange Program

Guidelines on State-Sponsored Study Abroad Personnel

July 19th, 2011

I.Registration

Organization sponsored

Government sponsored studying abroad personnel are those who have been approved by a domestic entity with foreign affairs approval authority to be sent to regular Russian higher education institutions or scientific research institutes for further studies, academic visits and degree studies.

Upon arrival at the institute in Russia, the student should take the initiative to get registered at the Education Office (group).

Students in Moscow, St. Petersburg should register at the Education Office (group) with their passport within one month of their arrival.

Students from other cities and regions should submit their registration form or delegate other students to complete the registration at the Education Office (group) within three months of their arrival; if there are genuine difficulties, they can also apply for registration or after they finish their study and return to their home country in accordance with relevant regulations.

When submit the registration, the sponsored study abroad student should provide the original passport and a copy of the passport (the original needs to be verified, and the copy of the passport 1st page will be file) and fill out the Registration Form for Government-Sponsored Study Abroad Personnel. The form can be downloaded from the website of the Peterborough Students’ Union. Also, paste the photo, and submit the following documents:

(1) The approval of study abroad issued by the domestic unit with foreign affairs approval authority. And the inter-school exchange program personnel shall provide the inter-school exchange contract and the participant list of the dispatch.

(2) Study contract (original document will be reviewed, copy will be on file).

For those who have not registered, the Education Division (Section) is not responsible for processing documents such as the Certificate of Returned Overseas Students.

II. Day-to-day Management

1. Students studying abroad shall consciously abide by the “Code of Conduct for Students Studying in Russia” and be under the direction and guidelines of the Education Department (Section).

2. Upon arrival of study abroad location, students should go to their institution (unit) as soon as possible to submit enrollment documents and apply for residence visa and other related procedures, and go to the education department (group) to apply for registration within the specified time. Students should also proactively contact the local branches of Chinese Students Study Abroad Union in Russia and become a member of that organization.

3. Those who obtain important achievements or major inventions during their study abroad should report to the Education Department (Group) in time so that the Education Department (Group) can provide necessary support and assistance. For those who have obtained an associate doctorate with outstanding performance, the Education Department (Group) may recommend them to enter the domestic postdoctoral mobile talent program with the student’s own consenses, and provide them with assistance in applying for the Ministry of Education or Ministry research fundings designated for returnees. Applicants should submit the following materials to the Education Division Office:

1). Postdoctoral Application Form developed by the National Postdoctoral Management Committee.

2). Certificate of attendance at the institution of study (original copy to be verified, copy will be on file).

3). Transcripts of degree courses (original copy to be verified, copies will be on file). 4). Letter of recommendation from two or more professors from the Russian side ((original copy to be verified, copy will be on file, translations provided).

5). A summary of the individual’s study abroad experience (mainly including his or her academic activities during the period of study), academic articles published during the period of study and proof of participation in academic conferences (original copy to be verified, copy will be on file).

6). If the student has already contacted the domestic post-doctoral mobile talent program, he or she should provide the letter of permission of participating in the domestic post-doctoral mobile talent program (original copy to be verified, copy will be on file).

All materials above should be submitted to the Education Department (Group) 15 days in advance, and after the review and approval of the Education Department (Group), the recommendation of the Education Department (Group) may be issued to the study abroad personnel.

III. Returning home

When the student returns home after completing the study, he or she should bring the following documents to the Education Department (Group) to obtain the “Certificate of Returning Student”.

*Note: The required forms can be downloaded from the website of the Peterborough Student Union.

For Undergraduate or Masters’Degree students:

1). Study Abroad Personal Statement

2). A copy of the diploma and a copy of the transcript (the original document will be verified and the copy will be on file), stamped by the Consular Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation Government.

For Associate doctoral or doctoral students.

1). Study Abroad Personal Statement

2). The Graduate Thesis Registration Form.

3). Comments from the Dissertation Defence Committee (the original document will be verified and the copy will be on file).

4). A copy of the diploma with the stamp of the Consular Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation Government(the original document will be verified and the copy will be on file).

Undergraduate and Master Program Transferred Students.

1). Study Abroad Personal Statement

2). Transcripts of the period of study abroad (the original document will be verified and the copy will be on file).

Visiting Scholar and Research Personnel.

1). Study Abroad Personal Statement

2). Progress Report from the school (signed by the instructor, the original document will be verified and the copy will be on file).

The management of the personnel sponsored by state-owned enterprise is similar to the management of the personnel sponsored by the government, so I will not repeat here.

From the table above, we can see how difficult it is to become a government-sponsored student. First of all, you must be in an orgnization, which of course needs to be state-owned, e.g. University, research institute, state-owned enterprise, because these kind of orgnizations are truly controlled by the party.Such organization can not be any private enterprise or non-state-owned research institute. The organization selects you according to the organizational need, the need from the party, and recommends you to the Study Abroad Committee. In addition,they claim that you volunteer.Of course, many people cherish this opportunity to go abroad, thinking that it is a kind of trust and reward, and a kind of honor from the organization.Once you are selected, your study abroad becomes an assignment on behalf of the organization, which of course requires strict control over you, including legal control – agreement signing, payment of security deposit,domicile file monitoring. All these controls involve issues such as housing, education of children, healthcare and pension, and finally deprive of your “visa exemption”, which means this program does not allow J-1 visa exemption. Meanwhile, most of the students and scholars applying for government-sponsored study abroad in the United States are on J-1 visa. The U.S. requirement for this type of visa is to return to China for two years at the end of the study visit, unless the Chinese Consulate provide visa exemption. That means if your J1 visa expires it is impossible to obtain a new visa in the U.S. because U.S. law requires an embassy waiver. So, you can only go back to your home country for two years before applying for a new visa to the U.S., otherwise you will become an illegal immigrant. Even when you are abroad, you basically have lost your freedom. Your job is to learn, to acquire knowledge, to master technology, to complete the tasks entrusted to you by the organization, and all your actions are under the surveillance of the consulate abroad. Even taking vacation, having short visits, and participating in academic conferences need to be reported. For nations like United States, Britain, France, Germany, there is no such state-sponsored study abroad program, of course,it is hard for them to understand the underlying meaning of this type of program. The significance here is that through western higher education systems, the party state cultivates the talents the party need, and develops their own science and technology full-fledged army. It is worth noting that despite all these harsh requirements, the opportunity to government-sponsored study abroad program was still in vogue that year, and even multiple organizations competed for limited quota, because most of the participants intend to study abroad and then return home to serve the Party. Also it was a golden ticket to get on the Ship of Fortune and Status and become a member of the party’s inner circle, that applies for Rao Zihe and for Chen Zhu.

State-Sponsored Study Abroad and Academic Exchange Program

Guidelines on State-Sponsored Study Abroad Personnel

July 19th, 2011

I.Registration

Organization sponsored

Government sponsored studying abroad personnel are those who have been approved by a domestic entity with foreign affairs approval authority to be sent to regular Russian higher education institutions or scientific research institutes for further studies, academic visits and degree studies.

Upon arrival at the institute in Russia, the student should take the initiative to get registered at the Education Office (group).

Students in Moscow, St. Petersburg should register at the Education Office (group) with their passport within one month of their arrival.

Students from other cities and regions should submit their registration form or delegate other students to complete the registration at the Education Office (group) within three months of their arrival; if there are genuine difficulties, they can also apply for registration or after they finish their study and return to their home country in accordance with relevant regulations.

When submit the registration, the sponsored study abroad student should provide the original passport and a copy of the passport (the original needs to be verified, and the copy of the passport 1st page will be file) and fill out the Registration Form for Government-Sponsored Study Abroad Personnel. The form can be downloaded from the website of the Peterborough Students’ Union. Also, paste the photo, and submit the following documents:

(1) The approval of study abroad issued by the domestic unit with foreign affairs approval authority. And the inter-school exchange program personnel shall provide the inter-school exchange contract and the participant list of the dispatch.

(2) Study contract (original document will be reviewed, copy will be on file).

For those who have not registered, the Education Division (Section) is not responsible for processing documents such as the Certificate of Returned Overseas Students.

II. Day-to-day Management

1. Students studying abroad shall consciously abide by the “Code of Conduct for Students Studying in Russia” and be under the direction and guidelines of the Education Department (Section).

2. Upon arrival of study abroad location, students should go to their institution (unit) as soon as possible to submit enrollment documents and apply for residence visa and other related procedures, and go to the education department (group) to apply for registration within the specified time. Students should also proactively contact the local branches of Chinese Students Study Abroad Union in Russia and become a member of that organization.

3. Those who obtain important achievements or major inventions during their study abroad should report to the Education Department (Group) in time so that the Education Department (Group) can provide necessary support and assistance. For those who have obtained an associate doctorate with outstanding performance, the Education Department (Group) may recommend them to enter the domestic postdoctoral mobile talent program with the student’s own consenses, and provide them with assistance in applying for the Ministry of Education or Ministry research fundings designated for returnees. Applicants should submit the following materials to the Education Division Office:

1). Postdoctoral Application Form developed by the National Postdoctoral Management Committee.

2). Certificate of attendance at the institution of study (original copy to be verified, copy will be on file).

3). Transcripts of degree courses (original copy to be verified, copies will be on file). 4). Letter of recommendation from two or more professors from the Russian side ((original copy to be verified, copy will be on file, translations provided).

5). A summary of the individual’s study abroad experience (mainly including his or her academic activities during the period of study), academic articles published during the period of study and proof of participation in academic conferences (original copy to be verified, copy will be on file).

6). If the student has already contacted the domestic post-doctoral mobile talent program, he or she should provide the letter of permission of participating in the domestic post-doctoral mobile talent program (original copy to be verified, copy will be on file).

All materials above should be submitted to the Education Department (Group) 15 days in advance, and after the review and approval of the Education Department (Group), the recommendation of the Education Department (Group) may be issued to the study abroad personnel.

III. Returning home

When the student returns home after completing the study, he or she should bring the following documents to the Education Department (Group) to obtain the “Certificate of Returning Student”.

*Note: The required forms can be downloaded from the website of the Peterborough Student Union.

For Undergraduate or Masters’Degree students:

1)Study Abroad Personal Statement

2)A copy of the diploma and a copy of the transcript (the original document will be verified and the copy will be on file), stamped by the Consular Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation Government.

For Associate doctoral or doctoral students.

1)Study Abroad Personal Statement

2)The Graduate Thesis Registration Form.

3)Comments from the Dissertation Defence Committee (the original document will be verified and the copy will be on file).

4)A copy of the diploma with the stamp of the Consular Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation Government(the original document will be verified and the copy will be on file).

Undergraduate and Master Program Transferred Students.

1)Study Abroad Personal Statement

2)Transcripts of the period of study abroad (the original document will be verified and the copy will be on file).

Visiting Scholar and Research Personnel.

1)Study Abroad Personal Statement

2)Progress Report from the school (signed by the instructor, the original document will be verified and the copy will be on file).

The management of the personnel sponsored by state-owned enterprise is similar to the management of the personnel sponsored by the government, so I will not repeat here.

Part 2: Recruiting Talents

In 1989, due to well-known reasons, the United States terminated the CUSBEA (China-United States Biochemistry Examination and Application), the full name of the China-United States Biochemistry Joint Admissions Program. According to Mr. Guo Wengui’s video, we know that after June 4, 1989, the core leadership of the Chinese Communist Party felt shocked by the collapse of the Soviet Union and the June 4th Student Democracy Movement, therefore the “Sinking Ship Plan” was developed and implemented. It is certain that the “Pandora’s box”, referring to the development of the ultimate biochemical weapon, is part of the “Sinking Ship Plan”. And the second phase of the introduction and training of biochemical and biomedical talents (mainly in the United States, France and Germany), which was launched afterwards, is no longer the so-called continuation of Deng Xiaoping’s goal of introducing scientific and technological talents to revitalize science and technology, but really the implementation of the “Pandora’s plan” of the ” Sinking Ship Plan “, that is, the ultimate ambition of defeating the United States and dominating the world through the ultimate biological weapon. Furtheremore, through this weapon, the countless fortune will be stolen and the illegitimate descendants of those CCP thefts will be kept safe overseas for generations to come. With that they are kidnapping the Chinese people and the people from the rest of the world, including the United States, into slavery.

In the overseas talent recruiting program, the main focus is on overseas Chinese technical talents, especially Chinese scientists in the United States, as these are the only people the party can trust the most. The following programs have been introduced for recruiting the overseas Chinese technological talents:

“Hundred Talent Program”, “Yangtze River Scholarship”, “Thousand People Project”, “Chun Hui Project”.

Key Launch Timeline of Major National Talent Program

Hundred Talent Plan

In January 1994, after thorough research and discussion, the Chinese Academy of Sciences formally published the Guideline of the Chinese Academy of Sciences on the “100 Talent Plan” Implementation. The goal at that time was to openly recruit about 100 highly qualified and highly talented young scholars domestically and abroad depending on the specific subject by the year of 2000, and to increase funding in order to train them to become high-level academic leaders across the century. Once launched, the programme has attracted widespread attention from the academic community at home and abroad. Through peer recommendations and media publicity, 64 young talents applied, including nearly one-third of the overseas talents, and finally 46 people participated in the thesis defense, and 14 people were selected after evaluation.

List First Cohort of Chinese Academy of Sciences “Hundred Talent Program”in 1994

The Hundred Talent Plan was originally implemented to solve the problem of the Chinese Academy of Sciences’ talent pool. In the early 1990s of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, the average age of researchers was 55 years, the talent gap was obvious, and the intergenerational shift was imminent. The talent dilemma is the development bottleneck. The Chinese Academy of Sciences to analyzed the situation and curved out budget from institution’s purchase of equipment, the President’s fund and the study abroad fund. And it allocated 15-20 million annually to introduce about 10 young scholars. Today, most of the first batch of scholars selected for the Hundred People Plan have become academicians, Distiguished Young Scholars, Yangtze River Scholars and other leading talents in their discipline. Geophysicist Zhu Rixiang once recalled that the academy provided 2 million yuan to help him build a laboratory where he could do “whatever experiments he wanted to do”, and with such a laboratory, he opened up a new field of research on the ancient force of the geomagnetic field in geological times in China. Looking back at the data of the first batch of applicants in the chart, the age range of the 100 Talent Plan is very similar to that of the 1,000 Talent Plan.Basically, the 100 Talent Plan of CAS has laid a practical foundation for the success of the 1,000 Talent Plan.

From 1994 to around 2008, with far less competition from national, local and university talent programs, the Chinese Academy of Sciences brought in a large number of academic cadres through the 100 Talent Plan. According to statistics, in 2014, at the twentieth anniversary of the implementation of the 100 Talent Plan, the program introduced a total of more than 2200 scientific and technological talents, produced 28 academicians of the two institutions, 524 people were selected as Distiguished Young Scholars. This is an amazing achievement and shows that CAS took the lead in taking advantage of the introduction of talents at a particular time. 20 years of achievements, 20 years of trials and tribulations. Nowadays, the Chinese Academy of Sciences Hundred Talent Program is gradually submerged in many talent programs, and the concept of “Hundred Talent Plan” has become a common term from the exclusive term of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

As early as 2008, the country took the successful experience of the Chinese Academy of Sciences’ Hundred Talent Plan and officially launched the Thousand Talent Plam, followed by a more focused Thousand Person Youth Program in 2011. One or two years after the launch of the Thousand Talent Plan at the national level. Various local authorities have adapted policies on the introduction of provincial talents. And in recent years, there have been numerous plans for talents in various universities and colleges, and many of them are named after the “Hundred Plan”.

List of some of the provincial Hundred Talent Programs

From the table above regarding “100 Talent Plan”from some provinces, municipalities and universities, although the names are similar, but the connotation differs greatly. This has created a degree of conceptual confusion, including the Scholars Talent Program (click to view), which is mostly difficult for those applying for teaching positions to figure out. In 2015, the Chinese Academy of Sciences, in conjunction with the basic situation of the introduction of national talents and the development strategy of the Academy, developed and issued the “Management Measures of the Chinese Academy of Sciences Initiating the ‘100 People Plan’”, or the new “100 Talent Plan”. It established three types of positions.

I. Academic merit (category A)

Category A positions are mainly set up around major national special projects and pilot projects, including academic directors (deputy directors) of research institutes, equivalent academic heads of “four types of institutions”, directors of national laboratories or centres, and leaders of important academic disciplines. Talent special fund provides 7 million yuan (including 3 million yuan for the formation of the team), infrastructure fund provides 1 million yuan.

II. Technical excellence (category B)

Class B positions mainly focus on the major breakthrough direction and goals of the employing organization, combined with key engineering work needs, and closely integrated with the existing scientific research team. The special funding for talents is 1 to 2 million yuan, and the infrastructure funding is 600,000 yuan.

III. Young talents (category C)

Category C posts are set up by the employer in accordance with scientific and technological planning and the development needs of key areas and within the approved targets of the Institute. Within 2 years, the hospital will give 800,000 yuan of special funding for C candidates; the employer will provide scientific research start-up funding for C candidates at least 500,000 yuan. After passing the merit-based support evaluation, the hospital will give 2 million yuan of special funding for the talent of C-category candidates and 600,000 yuan of infrastructure funding.

Among the three types of positions, A and B are evaluated by the Chinese Academy of Sciences, A is highly positioned, B is mainly oriented to engineering technology, and C is independently selected by each institute and supported by the institution on merit after two years.

Yangtze River Scholars Award Scheme

“The Yangtze River Scholars Award Scheme” is a special high-level talent program established by the Ministry of Education of the People’s Republic of China and the Li Ka Shing Foundation of Hong Kong in 1998 to improve the academic status of China’s higher education institutions and revitalize China’s higher education. Note this timeline specifically,1998, the connection between the Hong Kong Li Ka Shing Foundation and P4 will be parsed and dug up later.

In this circular issued by the Ministry of Education in 1998, it can be seen that the main purpose of the scheme is to implement the “Yangtze River Scholar Award Scheme” in all provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities), relevant ministries and commissions of the State Council and the General Political Department of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) to establish a system of special appointment professorships, in other words, to select experts and scholars at home and abroad as special appointment professors and to give them certain incentives.

According to the implementation measures formulated by the Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Education will set up 300 to 500 special professorships in key national construction disciplines in higher education schools nationwide within three to five years; the disciplines in which special professorships will be set up must be key national construction disciplines that are of great significance to economic and social development, have reached or are most likely to reach international advanced levels in academic terms, or have strong teaching and research capabilities, and are at the forefront of international discipline development, and are expected to achieve major breakthroughs. The duties of the Distinguished Professorship are: to teach the core courses of the discipline; to lead the research of major national scientific research projects; to lead the construction of the academic echelon of the discipline; to lead the discipline to catch up with or maintain the international advanced level in its frontier areas.

Universities approved to set up special professorship open recruitment for domestic and foreign academic attainment, development potential, with the ability to lead the discipline of outstanding young and middle-aged talents. Those who have been appointed as special professors are entitled to an annual allowance of RMB 100,000 during the period of appointment; at the same time, they are entitled to the salary, insurance and welfare provided by the university in accordance with the relevant state regulations. Distinguished professors who have made significant achievements and contributions during their tenure of office will be given heavy rewards. Mr. Li Ka-shing invested HK$10 million to establish the Yangtze River Scholars Achievement Award, which is awarded once a year.

Let’s take another look at the renowned scholars and scientists related to biochemistry and biomedicine in the 1998 Yangtze River Scholars Award Program.

First Batch

Second Batch

Third Batch

In the aforementioned lists of 1st, 2nd, 3rd batch of awardees, names of eleven academicians showed up, and these eleven academicians basically all have a deep relationship with Shanghai and Shanghai’s Jiang Miheng. Of the 23 individuals listed, all but one military civilian major general have studied abroad, including 12 with study experience in the United States; 4 with study experience in the United Kingdom; 2 with study experience in France; 2 with study experience in Germany; and 1 with study experience in Japan. Among them, five Fellows emerged from the 12 who studied in the United States; one from the four who studied in the United Kingdom; and one from the two who studied in France. Coincidentally, the three Academicians associated with P4 Labs, Chen Zhu, Rao Zihe, and Chen Zhu, all from France, the United Kingdom, and the United States, appear in this list.

Let’s take a look at the experiences and honors of these 23 people, as well as their part-time jobs, in the following table: (Source: Baidu Encyclopedia)

It can be tedious, but very necessary, to read and organize these tables, because there are many hidden truth to be found in their experience, honors, and social affiliations of these key people. Let’s dig in and interpret it specifically.

A. The reason behind so many honors received by these academy members and professors is definitely not how much their research has contributed to the country’s livelihood and the people’s livelihood, but their contribution to the Party. Their contribution to the people is zero. In addition to research work for the Party, the management of the research institutions, the training of talents, the organization of talents, they also have to speak out for the Partyat critical times and prove in the name of academicians and scientific and technological experts that what the Party is doing is for the people, for peace and for the well-being of humanity. For example, the famous academician Zhang Qifa’s conclusive remarks on the “golden rice tasting”. Since then, controversy over genetically modified rice stopped and golden rice spread widely.

B. Reading through A, we can easily reasoning and dig to the next conclusion that the vast majority of the 23 people whowere funded by Li Ka-shing Foundation, without exception, have some special connections to Shanghai, especially the academicians. We have been focusing on the background of Chen Zhu, Shu Hongbing, Rao Zihe and a few others. Of course, those who do not know the structure and nature of the scientific institutions and universities of the Chinese Communist Party have hard time to understand this nepotism. We have already revealed this key point in the previous article: these intellectuals and high-tech talents are the core assets of the Party, as well as research institutes, laboratories, universities and viral resources. Among them, Shu Hongbing, Rao Zihe, Zhang Qifa, Cao Xuetao four academicians can be identified as members of the Chinese Communist Party, Cao Xuetao is an army civilian, ranked major general.

Let’s focus on these people:

Academician Wu Weihua, a professor at China Agricultural University. The person behind him is Jiang Zehui.

Jiang Ze-hui: sister of Jiang Zemin. From February 1996 to December 2006, she was the President and general secretary of the Chinese Academy of Forestry Science. Later, she was the chief scientist, professor, doctoral supervisor and member of the post-doctoral guidance group of the Chinese Academy of Forestry Science.

In 2009, she was also serving as Deputy Director of the Population Resources and Environment Committee of the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, Director of the Library of the Chinese Academy of Forestry Science, Deputy Director of the Science and Technology Committee of the State Forestry Administration, President of the China Flower Association, First Vice President of the China Forestry Society, Academician of the International Academy of Timber, Executive Vice President of the China Timber Society, Co-Chairman of the Board of Directors of the International Bamboo and Rattan Organization, Member of the International Society of Wood Anatomy, Member of the Standing Committee of the China Association of Science and Technology, Member of the Disciplinary Review Group of the State Council Degree Committee on Forestry Engineering, Member of the Leading Group and Vice President of the Expert Advisory Group of the “National Outline of Agricultural Science and Technology Development”, Chief Editor of Forestry Science Research, Chief Editor of the volume of Modern Chinese Science “Forestry Engineering”. There was a political celebrity in front of Jiang Zehui, former Chongqing Municipal Party Committee Secretary and Central Committee member of Communist Party of China, Sun Zhengcai, who, of course, is part of another story.

Luo Limin is the chief scientist of Shanghai East Image Equipment Co. Ltd., which mainly engages in security screening machine, X-ray machine, security gate, metal detector gate, channel X-ray machine, security inspection instrument, dangerous liquid inspection instrument. After more than ten years of development, it has become the main supplier of security products in China and exports worldwide.

Chen Zhu, member of Chinese Academy of Sciences

As for Chen Zhu, we will not dig deeper here (see “P4 Labs Season 2, Episode Chen Zhu” for details). However, it is worth noting that he has the same boss as the other three Academicians. Among the other three, academician Shu Hongbing met a key figure in the School of Life Sciences at Peking University, where he taught, who was his student and wife, the beautiful scientist Wang Yangyi, who would become Tian Bo’s doctoral student and eventually the director of the Wuhan Virus Research Institute (for details, see “A Prequel to the First Season of P4 Labs,” Relationship Interpretations of Wang Qishan, Wang Yangyi and Gao Yanyan). Rao Zihe is destined to make a connection with the Institute of Biophysics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, eventually meeting a mysteriously died female scientist, Zhao Yongfang (see the excavation text “The truth behind the death of female scientists” for details). Academician Cheng Jing eventually became the Chairman and President of CapitalBio Group Limited. In other words, Shu Hongbing, Chen Zhu, Cheng Jing, Rao Zihe are all Jiang Mianheng’s lackeys.

The following is a brief profile of Chen Zhu

In 1978, he was recommended for further study in the Department of Internal Medicine at Ruijin Hospital, Shanghai Second Medical College. In October of that year, the university resumed the graduate admission examination, Chen Zhu was admitted with the second overall grade and the first grade in hematology, under the famous hematology expert Wang Zhenyi, and received his master’s degree in hematology in 1981. He received his master’s degree in haematology in 1981.

In 1984, he was given the opportunity to study in France. He worked as an expatriate resident in the laboratory of the Blood Centre of the Hospital Saint-Louis, University of Paris VII and studied for a doctorate degree in molecular biology. In January 1986, Chen Zhu’s wife and fellow graduate student, Chen Saijuan, came to Chen Zhu’s research institute to pursue a PhD in cytogenetics and published six papers together with Chen Zhu, achieving significant results in the field of molecular biology of leukemia.

In July 1989, Mr. and Mrs. Chen Zhu returned to China. Since then, Chen Zhu has led a large number of national key scientific research projects, and has achieved many breakthroughs in the fields of hematology and molecular biology. He has served as an attending physician in the Department of Internal Medicine at Ruijin Hospital, Director of the Laboratory and Researcher of the Center for Molecular Biology at the Shanghai Institute of Hematology, Deputy Director and Director of the Shanghai Institute of Hematology.

On 3 November 1995, Chen Zhu was elected as a member of the Department of Biology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, the youngest member of the Chinese medical profession at that time. In 1997, he became Vice-Chairman of the Shanghai Association for Science and Technology. In 1998, he became Director of the National Human Genome Research Center of China and Chief Scientist of the 973 Project. In October 2000, he became Vice President of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. Note that Jiang Mianheng became Vice President of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in November 1999.

On 29 June 2007, at the twenty-eighth meeting of the Standing Committee of the Tenth National People’s Congress, Chen Zhu was elected as the Minister of Health of the People’s Republic of China to replace Gao Qiang, becoming the second non-Communist party member to hold a ministerial position in the People’s Republic of China in several decades following Fu Zuoyi’s departure as Minister of Water Resources in 1974 (the first was Wan Gang, Chairman of the Central Committee of the China Zhigong Party, as the Minister of Science and Technology).

In September 2012, Chen Zhu joined the Chinese Peasant Workers’ Democratic Party. In December of the same year, he succeeded Sang Guowei as the new Chairman. In March 2013, he was elected Vice-Chairman of the Standing Committee of the 12th National People’s Congress (NPC), and was re-elected in March 2018.

On May 6, 2015, Chen Zhu was elected President of the Red Cross Society of China at the 10th National Congress of Members. On 8 November 2017, he was elected Vice-President at the 21st meeting of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies. (Note: Wang Qishan was the Chairman)

C Through B, we made it clear that the Yangtze River Scholarship Scheme mainly rewards specific publicly-funded students for their work and entrepreneurship upon their returning home, but of course also includes targeted Chinese technological talents from abroad. The nepotism behind it was also clarified. The great honor they receive is linked to their contribution to the party state (not scientific research), and of course they must also be professionally competent, as this is the scientific mission of the organization. The hidden face of the mastermind behind all the nepotism is gradually revealed. If we put together the experiences of all the people associated with P4 Labs, we’ll see where this plot begins. It should be noted that all of the people in the table are related to this conspiracy of the century against the United States. That is to say, the studying abroad of these early public-funded people was almost always organized and with mission to acquire critical biomedical technology from the United States, Britain, France, Germany or to establish access to the technology, a long-term preparation to initiate talent-technology pool for an eventual decisive battle with the United States. This group of people, so to speak, was the implementers and initiators of the entire program and the real beginning of P4 Labs. More on this will be revealed in the finale.

The Thousand Talent Program

Also known as the Overseas High-Level Talent Introduction Program, it is a program organized and implemented by the Organization Department of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security of the People’s Republic of China, and the Central Talent Coordination Group. It is planned to introduce about 2,000 talents, commonly known as the Thousand Talent Program. On September 29, 2018, the working group for the evaluation of the Youth Program of the Thousand Talent Program requested the relevant organizations not to mention the term “Thousand Talent Program” publicly because they were concerned about the safety and security of overseas talents.

The Thousand Talent Program was promoted and facilitated by Li Yuanchao, a former member of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, Secretary of the Central Secretariat and Minister of the Central Organization Department. He was responsible for promoting the national mid to long term talent development plan and the introduction of overseas high-level talents under the “Thousand Talent Plan”, which aims to ,within a period of 5 to 10 years starting from 2008 , “introduce about 2,000 talents into key national innovation projects, key disciplines and key laboratories, central enterprises and state-owned commercial financial institutions, various types of campuses mainly in high-tech industrial development zones, etc., and focus on supporting a group of strategic scientists and leading talents who can break through key technologies, develop high-tech industries and drive emerging disciplines (back to China) for innovation and entrepreneurship”.

The national Thousand Talent Program has set up a number of targeted programs for different types of overseas talents, including the Specialized Foreign Experts Program for Non-Chinese Foreign Experts to Work in China.

In parallel, each province (district, city) has also set up its own overseas high-level talent introduction plan, taking into account the needs of economic, social development and industrial structure adjustment in the region, which will be introduced in detail in the “local level funding projects” section of the following website.

This includes seven sub-projects, namely, the Innovation Talent in Shortage program, the Innovation Talent Shortage Program, the Entrepreneurial Talent Program, the Youth Program, the Vocational Program, and the Top Talent and Innovation Team Program.

For more information on the Thousand talent Program, which will not be repeated here, please see another excavation article “CCP’s Thousand Talent Program”.

Some of the overseas talents introduced in the field of biochemistry during the implementation Thousand talent Program are listed here.

First batch in 2008

Beijing Institute of Life Sciences

Xiaodong Wang, Distinguished Principal Professor of Biomedical Sciences, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and Member of the American Academy of Sciences, USA

Tsinghua University

Shi Yigong: Professor, Department of Molecular Biology, Princeton University, USA

Hu Qinxue: Wuhan Institute of Virology, selected as one of the “100 Talent Program” of Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2008

Second batch in 2009

Lu Shan, Professor of Virology, University of Massachusetts Medical School. He is currently the Director of the Academic Committee of Fudan Haitai National Engineering Laboratory, a tenured professor in the Department of Internal Medicine at the University of Massachusetts Medical School, and a recipient of the second batch of the national Thousand Talent Program. Fudan Haitai National Engineering Laboratory is known as the National Engineering Laboratory for Therapeutic Vaccines.

Listed below are “NIH fund inquiries in the United States for scholars of Thousand Talent Program”, as previously disclosed on the Internet.

Chunhui Project

Established by the Ministry of Education, it is known as the “Ministry of Education Special Fund for Supporting Short-Term Returned Students from overseas”, also known as the “Chunhui Program”.

The main target of funding: students who have obtained a doctoral degree and have achieved outstanding academic achievements in their field (including those who have been granted long-term or permanent residence abroad or re-entry status).

Main forms of funding: Refund of expenses for One-way or two-way international travel to the home country. The main scope of the funding: to be invited back to China to participate in academic conferences; to return to China for scientific research cooperation and academic exchanges; to organize short-term seminars, workshops and joint mentoring of doctoral students; to introduce technology for poverty alleviation and development in poor areas; to participate in the technological transformation of state-owned large and medium-sized enterprises; and other short-term service activities approved by the Ministry of Education or the Education Department (group) of the embassies and consulates abroad. The “Chunhui” program is set up according to the needs of China in terms of discipline, professional direction, projects, conferences, etc.

Application procedures: The Chunhui Project is funded on a year-round basis and merit based. Applicants apply directly to the Education Department by referring to the current year’s financial assistance catalogue published by the Ministry of Education. Applicants are required to fill in the application form three months in advance and attach their relevant academic materials. The Education Department will make preliminary comments after receiving the application and reviewing it. Upon completion of the service activities, the applicant should submit the letter of invitation from the cooperating organization, the written summary of his or her work and the original air ticket receipt to the Education Division for refund.

Our disclosure of the three major national level plans to excavate talents from the United States by the Chinese Communist Empire reveals a historical evolution. The earliest program by the Chinese Academy of Sciences “100 Talent Program” can be seen as a kind the piloting project of talent attraction. It laid the foundation for the large-scale introduction of talents. In addition to a small number of talents returning from overseas, most of them are basically young scholars working in state owned organizations, which shows the strategic layout of the Chinese Communist State on science and technology. The Yangtze River Scholars Award Program was introduced relatively early as an incentive to encourage overseas students to return to serve in their home country. Therefore, some of them are the early public-funded researchers sent abroad in the area of science and technology, such as Chen Zhu, Rao Zihe. Of course, there are also Chinese scientists who have made achievements in foreign academic fields, such as Yao Xuebiao, Shu Hongbing, etc. However, this type of incentive program does not fundamentally solve the problem of access to core and high-end U.S. technical talent, because the scholars who are rewarded in this program need to return home to teach. Therefore, the core of the “Hundred Talent Program” and the “Yangtze River Scholars Award Program” is to introduce and reward the core experts who will lead this layout plan in the future, that is, the real managers and leaders of the key research institutes and laboratories, because CCP does not understand technology. However, it is their strength to use people, kidnap people and turn these scientists into their domestic servants. Therefore, it is not surprising that almost all of the important people associated with the P4 labs appear in this list, while those in the Hundred Talent Program are involved in the planning and conceptual design of the entire strategic layout, because these young scientists are the ones who really understand the direction of the world’s science and technology and who have a grasp of the cutting-edge research directions. Because of the P4 lab, we are able to find its original plotters and timeslines, and the behind curtain big boss that these plottors report to. Of course, it won’t be long before the panorama of this vast conspiracy is revealed.

As mentioned earlier, while the Talent Development Program may address some of the talent shortage issues, its design principles have a fatal flaw. The J-1 visa for selected students and the voluntary waiver of immunity means that these publicly funded students automatically lose their legal status in the U.S. once their visa expires and must return home. This, on the one hand, controls and kidnaps the student, but on the other hand, it also has a consequence that the student recruited by this program may not the top talent in the field, because those who are able to stay in the United States will avoid the public assignment. Then the solution to this problem was the later Thousand Talent Program and the Chunhui Program. The core of the Thousand Talent and Chunhui programs is to target Chinese scientists with expatriate status, predominantly Chinese scientists in the United States, and of course, non-Chinese scientists. So, how did CCP get these scientists to cooperate? It is the “blue gold yellow” (BGY). Before the five people, whose experiences appear in the table above, are presented as case stories of BGY, let’s look at the results of US-China exchanges in science, technology and culture under various programs. Here is the list of the results of the seventh round (2016) of high-level consultations on US-China humanities exchanges published by the Chinese side

List of achievements of the seventh round of high-level consultations on humanities exchanges between the United States and China (full text)

2016-06-08

I. Education

(i) Strengthening of education policy exchanges between the Governments of the United States and China

1. Continuation of the implementation plan for cooperation between the Ministry of Education of China and the United States.

2. To hold inter-ministerial consultations in 2016 to plan educational cooperation and exchange projects and activities between the two countries for the year.

3. Continue to hold dialogues between the directors of education of the China and US provinces and states to promote the exchange of educational policies and practices at the China and US provincial and state levels.

(ii) Design and implementation of new pilot demonstration projects

4. The United States will implement the “One Million Strong” initiative to achieve the goal of 1 million American students learning Chinese by 2020.

5. Design and implement the ” Knowledge and Practice of China, US-China Academic Impact Program”.

6. Design and implement the “Knowledge and Practice of China, China-US College Student Leadership Camp” project.

7. Holding a China-US cooperation seminar on applied technology education and signing a framework agreement on “double-hundred” cooperation, and launching a “double-hundred” cooperation plan for applied technology education between China and the United States, with the goal of achieving in-depth cooperation between 100 pairs of applied technology universities and institutes in China and the United States within five years, and deep integration of 100 pairs of schools and enterprises in China and the United States, so as to jointly train advanced talents in applied technology with international standards and global vision.

8. Launching and implementing the “Piloting Principals in Elementary and Secondary Schools” project, and organizing study visits to the United States for selected principals of elementary and Secondary Schools to study and exchange information on key topics such as the development of primary education in the United States.

9. Implementation of the “China-US Talent Training Program” project.

(iii) Continue to implement important cooperation projects for educational exchanges between the United States and China

10. Continue to implement the “Hundred, Thousand, Ten thousand Plan”. From 2016 to 2020, 100 young American leaders will be invited to visit China; 1,000 outstanding university students from each side will be sent to the other’s top universities for study and research; and 10,000 people will be sent to the United States each year for study with government funding.

11. Continue to implement the Chinese project of sending 10,000 students to the United States to pursue doctoral degrees.

12. Continue to implement “10,000 Special Scholarships for Humanities Exchange between China and the United States” project funded by the Chinese government.

13. The Chinese government continued to implement the “Chinese Bridge for 10,000 People to Come to China for Study” project, inviting principals, teachers and students of elementary and Secondary Schools in the United States to come to China to participate in principals’ groups, summer camps, Confucius Institute scholarships, teacher training in China and other projects.

14. Continue to implement the United States “100,000 People Study in China Program”.

15. Continue to implement the China – US Fulbright project.

16. Continue to implement the US-China Friendship Volunteer Project.

17. Continue to invite outstanding high school graduates from the United States to visit China to participate in innovation summer camps.

18. Continue to execute the “A thousand schools working together” project.

19. Continue to execute the “Know and Do China” Young Scholars Program; a second group of young American scholars will be invited in 2016 to study in China to promote exchanges between young scholars from the United States and China.

20. A project for 400 African American college and high school students to study in China continued.

21. Continue to implement the 1000 scholarship program for students of Historically black colleges and universities to study in China.

(iiii) Support for the development of educational exchanges between the United States and China in various fields

22. Continue to support the organization of the China-US Young Entrepreneurs Competition.

23. The Ministry of Education will sign a Memorandum of Understanding with Texas Instruments on supporting innovation and entrepreneurship among university students.

24. The Ministry of Education will sign a Memorandum of Cooperation in Education with Google Inc.

25. Support the co-production of the film “We were born in China” by a China-US company.

26. Support the China-United States Cultural Industry Development Investment Fund, jointly sponsored by Haitong Securities, China Publishing Group, China Huaru Group, China Cultural Industry Development Group, Sichuan Xinhua Publishing Group and Neil Bush China, USA.

27. The “Chinese Bridge” summer camp for 1,000 American students.

28. Continue to promote the development of Confucius Institutes and classrooms in the United States.

29. Continue to promote Chinese language teachers and volunteers in cooperation with the American Council of Colleges, Universities and the Asia Society, the National Chinese Language Conference and other projects.

30. Continue to promote the implementation of the New Chinese Language Program.

31. The China-US University Astronomy Cooperation Summit will be organized by the National Committee on Scholarship during the seventh round of high-level consultations on humanities exchanges between the United States and China in 2016.

32. The Management Committee of the National Scholarship Fund signed an agreement with the relevant universities in China and the United States on cooperation in the cultivation of talents in the field of astronomy between China and the United States, and jointly established a scholarship for the exchange of personnel in the field of astronomy between China and the United States universities, with a view to jointly funding outstanding Chinese students and scholars to go to the United States each year to carry out cooperative research in the field of astronomy.

33. The China Education Association for International Exchange and the American Association of Community Colleges will continue to organize the “China-US Colleges/Community College Presidents Dialogue” in 2016.

34. The China Education Association for International Exchange will continue to implement the China-United States Joint Training Program for Highly Skilled and Application-oriented Talents.

35. In 2016, the China Education Association for International Exchange will hold the second joint Training Camp “China-United States Career Stars of the Future”.

36. In 2016, the China Education Association for International Exchange will invite the Spizzwinks A Cappella Men’s Choir from Yale University in the United States to visit China for a performance.

37. In 2016, the China Education Association for International Exchange will organize a forum on leadership development in Chinese and American universities.

38. The China Education Association for International Exchange will continue to implement the “China-US Talent Training Program” project.

39. The Federation of university Sports of China will hold a strategic dialogue on school sports between China and the United States during the seventh round of high-level consultations on humanities exchanges between the two countries.

40. The Federation of university Sports of China will invite the Duke University women’s soccer team to China during the seventh round of high-level consultations on humanities exchanges between China and the United States to hold a friendly match with Beijing Normal University.

41.The Federation of university Sports of China will sign a cooperation agreement with NIKE (China) to promote the exchange of Chinese and American college women’s soccer teams.

42. The Federation of university Sports of China will hold a 2016 FUSC/CSSF-NBA Campus Basketball Coaches Training Course in Changsha at the end of June and in Shanghai at the beginning of November 2016.

43. In July 2016, the Federation of university Sports of China will send 41 outstanding national university sports administrators to the University of Notre Dame in the United States for a one-month study.

44. In August 2016, the Federation of university Sports of China will organize a visit to the United States by the all-star team of the China National Collegiate Women’s Soccer League, during which it will engage in a variety of activities, including friendly matches, seminars, exchanges and training interactions with women’s soccer teams from the University of Southern California, UCLA, Arizona State University and University of Utah.

45. From September to December 2016, the China National Association for Physical Education and Sport and the National Committee on Scholarship will send 209 school sports coaches to the University of Arizona and the University of Utah in the United States for a three-month study abroad program in basketball, track and field, swimming and cheerleading.

46. In November 2016, the China Federation of university Sports of China will host the fifth China-US Collegiate Sports and Arts Week series in Shanghai, which will include a variety of exchange competitions and arts festivities, including the NCAA men’s basketball regular season (Harvard vs. Stanford games), the China-US Collegiate Men’s Basketball Friendship Game, the China-US Collegiate Sports Education Summit and an education fair.

47. In early December 2016, the Federation of university Sports of China will hold the China-US Collegiate Sports Forum in the United States, where a delegation of nearly 40 people, including provincial and municipal education departments/commissions, college leaders and coaches, will travel to the United States for exchange and discussion.

48. In 2016, the Federation of university Sports of China and the Department of International Affairs of the Ministry of Education will jointly organize the “Stay in China” sports event for international students coming to China, inviting international students from the United States and other countries to participate in sports competitions, singing, dancing and speeches, and other talent showcases to further enhance understanding and friendship between young people from the United States and China.

(V) Support high-level strategic cooperation between educational institutions of the two countries, and promote talent training and cooperative education projects

49. Continue to support Sino-US universities in developing Think Tank cooperation. In 2016, Peking University will cooperate with Stanford University to hold the Sino-American University Think Tank Forum; Fudan University will cooperate with the University of California San Diego to hold the first Sino-American University Think Tank Dialogue.

50. Continue to support Tsinghua University and Blackstone Group in carrying out the “Su Shimin Scholars Project” to cultivate future leaders with excellent leadership skills and understanding of Chinese society and culture.

51. Support Peking University’s Yanjing School to open a master’s degree program in Chinese studies, so as to build a bridge for students from all over the world between China and the world.

52. Support the establishment of the “Sino-US Humanities Exchange and Education Cooperation Platform” by the Renmin University Affiliated Middle School and Creative Talents Education Research Association.

Second, the field of science and technology

1. Hold the “Sino-US +” Clean Stoves International Development Forum: During the seventh round of high-level consultations on humanities exchanges between China and the United States in 2016, the Ministry of Science and Technology plans to hold the “Sino-US +” Clean Stoves International Development Forum to strengthen Sino-US clean stoves research exchanges and cooperation. Through joint research and development of clean stoves that meet the needs of developing countries, to save energy and reduce pollution emissions, hence reduce diseases.

2. Renewal of the China-U.S. Science and Technology Cooperation Agreement: The China-U.S. Science and Technology Cooperation Agreement was signed by Comrade Deng Xiaoping and U.S. President Carter in the United States in January 1979, breaking the zero official cooperation between the two countries since the establishment of diplomatic relations. By renewing numerous times, the agreement inherits and carries forward the good tradition of bilateral scientific and technological cooperation. Minister Wan Gang of the Ministry of Science and Technology and Mr. Holderen, Director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy of the White House of the United States, signed the “Extended Protocol on the Sino-US Science and Technology Cooperation Agreement” in April 2016 on behalf of the two countries’ governments.

3. Renewal of the Memorandum of Understanding between China and the United States in the field of health: The <Memorandum of Understanding on the Cooperation between the Ministry of Science and Technology and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Health and Medical Sciences> expires on May 10, 2016. Renew the memorandum of understanding at an optional time in 2016 to promote Sino-US scientific and technological cooperation in the field of medicine and health.

4. Renewal of Sino-US Fossil Energy Protocol: The Ministry of Science and Technology and the US Department of Energy are planning to negotiate on the renewal of the <Sino-US Fossil Energy Technology Development and Utilization Cooperation Protocol>, and are actively promoting the renewal of the Protocol in 2016 to facilitate the Sino-US fossil energy field Technology cooperation.

5. Construction of Shanghai Zhangjiang Boston Enterprise Park: The construction of Shanghai Zhangjiang Boston Enterprise Park will actively promote China’s integration into the global innovation system and bring into play the leading role of Sino-US scientific and technological cooperation. In February 2016, high-level representatives from the Ministry of Science and Technology, Shanghai, Massachusetts, etc. jointly attended the launching ceremony of the Shanghai Zhangjiang Boston Enterprise Park project. The representatives jointly promoted provincial and state park science and technology innovation cooperation, and added new meaning to Sino-US cultural exchanges and scientific and technological cooperation. The two sides plan to hold the opening ceremony of the Shanghai Zhangjiang Boston Enterprise Park and the ” Sino-US Science and Technology Park Cooperation and Innovation Forum” (temp.name) during the round of consultations on June 6 or 7.

6. “Sino-US+” Science and Technology Action Plan: The Ministry of Science and Technology and the US Department of State plan to cooperate in areas where both countries and third countries are interested in, have a foundation for cooperation, and useful for coping with global challenges; as well as pushing the “Sino-US+ Science and Technology Action Plan”. The two sides plan to make Clean Stoves as the first priority area of the action plan, and will add new areas based on the consensus of the two sides.

7. Create the Ministry of Science and Technology Innovation Cooperation Mechanism: The Ministry of Science and Technology intends to discuss with the Massachusetts State Government to jointly organize a R & D industrialization cooperation forum, inviting representatives from industry, academia and other areas to participate, and promote substantive cooperation through discussions.

8. Communications and cooperation in Big Science engineering and research programs: The Ministry of Science and Technology intends to strengthen information exchange and policy coordination in international Big Science engineering and research programs with the US Department of State and other departments. (This) includes discussions on the possibility of co-sponsoring the international Big Science engineering and research programs; exploring the possibility of opening up domestic major scientific projects and strengthening cooperation; holding Sino-US scientific engineering and research plan management seminars, and etc.

9. Establish communications and cooperation in the field of science and technology policy and management practices between China and the United States: The Ministry of Science and Technology encourages Chinese scientific research institutions (Chinese Institute of Metrology, etc.) and the National Institute of Standards and Technology to carry out cooperative R & D projects under the framework of the “Sino-US Science and Technology Cooperation Agreement” and provides relevent support.

10. Promote the cooperation between Wuxi City and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT): The Ministry of Science and Technology supports Xishan District, Wuxi and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Industry Alliance Office (MIT-ILP) to jointly build the Wuxi Xishan MIT-ILP International Technology Transfer Center and jointly build innovation Entrepreneurship cooperation platform to promote the technological cooperation between Xishan Enterprises and MIT, allow database sharing, and accelerate the solidification of scientific and technological results. The personnel of both sides exchanged visits regularly and jointly held a high-level technical forum.

11. Cooperation between West China Hospital of Sichuan University and Thermo Fisher Scientific Corporation: The Ministry of Science and Technology supports West China Hospital of Sichuan University to strengthen cooperation with Thermo Fisher Scientific Corporation, including the establishment of a “modern clinical pathology joint laboratory” Libraries. Jointly create a platform for hospital-enterprise cooperation on tissue banks, proteomics, molecular diagnostics, and other discipline construction areas.

12. Sino-US Clean Energy Cooperation: Minister Wan Gang of the Ministry of Science and Technology and Minister Moniz of the US Department of Energy plan to co-chair the eighth steering committee meeting of the Sino-US Clean Energy Joint Research Center (CERC) in Beijing in July 2016. The two sides plan to exchange views on cooperation in the areas of clean coal, clean vehicles, building energy efficiency, energy and water, and energy efficiency of medium and heavy-duty trucks, and discuss the second phase of cooperation.

13. Sign a supplementary agreement on the Sino-US Clean Energy Joint Research Center (CERC) Cooperation Protocol: The Ministry of Science and Technology, the Department of Energy and the US Department of Energy plan to sign a supplementary agreement on the CERC Protocol in 2016, officially confirming the China’s heavy-duty truck energy efficiency as the newly added areas in CERC.

14. Holding the Sino-US Fossil Energy Protocol Coordinator Meeting: The Department of Science and Technology and the US Department of Energy plan to hold the 2016 Sino-US Fossil Energy Protocol Coordinator Meeting in the United States in the second half of 2016. The two parties intend to review the progress of cooperation in six annexes under the framework of the protocol on power systems, clean fuels, energy and environmental technologies, and promote practical cooperation in priority areas.

15. Hold the 3rd Sino-US Environmental Research Joint Working Group Meeting: The Ministry of Science and Technology and the US Environmental Protection Agency plan to hold the 3rd Sino-US Environmental Research Joint Working Group Meeting in the United States in 2016 to discuss cooperation in the field of environmental science and technology and expand cooperation areas and constantly enrich the cooperation mechanism.

16. China-US Health Science and Technology Seminar: The Ministry of Science and Technology, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and the National Institutes of Health plan to hold a China-U.S. Health Science and Technology Seminar in China in 2016. Explore and make further suggestions on future cooperation.

17. Cooperation between the Ministry of Science and the American Heart Association: Based on the memorandum of understanding on cooperation between the Ministry of Science and the American Heart Association, the Ministry of Science and Technology intends to promote the establishment of good relations between the American Heart Association and Chinese partners in 2016, further cooperations in the areas of medical academic communications and promotion of cardiopulmonary emergency training promotion in China to benefit the people.

18. Sino-US scientific and technological personnel exchange plan: The Ministry of Science and Technology and the National Science Foundation plan to continue to hold the 2016 Sino-US scientific and technological personnel exchange plan in China from June to August 2016. To accept about 40 outstanding PhD students from the US. The research will be carried out under the guidance of instructors, to build a platform for future R & D cooperation between young researchers from both countries.

19. China-US Youth Science and Technology Forum: The Ministry of Science and Technology and the US State Department plan to jointly hold the 10th China-US Youth Science and Technology Forum in China in the second half of 2016 and the 11th China-US Youth Science and Technology Forum in the United States. The forum will provide a communication platform for young researchers from both countries and establish scientific research cooperation links.

20. Chinese Young Scientists’visit to the United States: The Ministry of Science and Technology and the US State Department plan to jointly implement the fifth batch of Chinese Young Scientists’ Visit to the United States in the second half of 2016, sending 10 Chinese science and technology workers to the United States to visit the US government, universities and scientific research institutions and communicate with US researchers.

21. Scientific and technological theme working group meeting: During the high-level consultations, the Ministry of Science and Technology and the US State Department will jointly hold a scientific and technological theme working group meeting to discuss the activities in the field of science and technology to be jointly carried out in the field of cultural exchanges.

22. Host the 14th meeting of the Sino-US Joint Working Group on Agricultural Science and Technology Cooperation: The Ministry of Science and Technology and the US Department of Agriculture plan to jointly hold the 14th meeting of the Sino-US Joint Working Group on Agricultural Science and Technology Cooperation in China in August 2016. The two parties intend to review the progress of cooperation in priority areas such as agricultural biotechnology under the Sino-US agricultural flagship project as well as new priority areas, and discuss future cooperation.

23. Holding the China-US Technology Transfer and Innovation Collaboration Conference: The Ministry of Science and Technology intends to support the establishment of the China-US International Technology Transfer Collaboration Network in 2016 and in holding the first China-US Technology Transfer and Innovation Collaboration Conference as well as other related special events.

24. International technology transfer cooperation: The Ministry of Science and Technology intends to establish an international technology transfer standardization training course system together with the Chinese Foreign State Administration, other Chinese units and the North American Technical Managers Association, organize demonstration training, and rely on local governments to establish Sino-US international technology transfer cooperation training base.

25. Holding a high-end Sino-US cooperation and innovation forum: The Ministry of Science and Technology plans to hold a high-end Sino-US cooperation and innovation forum, inviting former US politicians, think tanks, and scholars to jointly discuss major global challenges such as climate change, environmental pollution, and food security, coping with challenges through technological innovation.

26. Jointly build a Sino-US innovation and entrepreneurship incubation platform: the Ministry of Science and Technology supports the China Science and Technology Industrialization Promotion Association, Lvpu (Beijing) Technology Holdings Co., Ltd. in conjunction with the Stanford University Asia-Pacific Center in the United States, and the US KRW Investment Company, under the support of Guangdong Provincial Science and Technology Department and Dongguan Municipal People’s Government, to carry out a series of activities aimed at promoting the linkage of Sino-US innovation incubation. It is planned to formally start the construction of “Dongguan Changping International Innovation Port” in May 2016, establish a “Sino-US Innovation Incubation Information Sharing Platform”, hold the “Sino-US Innovation Incubation Forum”, “Sino-US Entrepreneurship Training Camp”, and initiate the establishment of Maker Homeland Fund “to build a Sino-US Maker Roadshow platform.

27. Coorperation between Beijing Institute of Aeronautical Materials and the University of California, Irvine: The Ministry of Science and Technology supports the Beijing Institute of Aeronautical Materials and the University of California, Irvine, to sign a scientific and technological cooperation agreement in the field of additive manufacturing in April 2016. 1-2 Young experts were sent to Irvine to carry out technical exchanges and joint research.

28. Cooperation between Harbin Engineering University and Texas A & M University: The Ministry of Science and Technology supports Harbin Engineering University and Texas A & M University in deepening cooperation in scientific research and scientific and technological talent training in the field of nuclear safety and peaceful use of nuclear energy.

29. Cooperation between Harbin Engineering University and the University of Tennessee: The Ministry of Science and Technology supports Harbin Engineering University and the University of Tennessee in carrying out joint scientific research and academic exchanges in the field of nuclear safety and peaceful use of nuclear energy. Both parties actively participate in the research work of the International Joint Research Center for Nuclear Safety.

3. Cultural field

1. In the second half of 2016, the China Association for Foreign Cultural Exchanges intends to sign the <Memorandum of Understanding between the China Association for Foreign Cultural Exchanges and the Washington State Government of the United States on Supporting the Establishment of Cultural Exchange Partnership>.

2. In the second half of 2016, the Ministry of Culture plans to send scholars, experts, and artists to the United States to hold the “Chinese Cultural Innovation Leaders Tour Speech”.

3. In the second half of 2016, the China Children’s Art Theater and the Missoula Children’s Theater in Montana will exchange art troupes to perform in each other’s country.

4. In July 2016, Chinese modern dance work “Growth” will be invited to participate in the American Dance Festival.

5. In August 2016, according to the <Memorandum of Understanding on Cultural Cooperation between the China Association for Foreign Cultural Exchange and the American Smithsonian Institution>, the Ministry of Culture will invite the delegation of the American Smithsonian Institution to visit China.

6. From the end of August to the beginning of September 2016, the modern dance “Fault Line” of Sichuan Leshan Song and Dance Troupe will perform in Los Angeles.

7. In September 2016, the Huntington Library in Los Angeles will host the “Chinese Woodcut Watermark Exhibition”.

8. In September 2016, the Ministry of Culture will send a Chinese art troupe to participate in the “World Music Festival” in Chicago.

9. In September 2016, the Ministry of Culture will send representatives of a number of performing arts organizations to the United States to participate in the American Midwest Art Alliance Annual Conference and Performance

10. In September 2016, the “Listen to China” Folk Orchestra will tour the United States.

11. In October 2016, the Shanghai Peking Opera “Prince Revenge” will perform at the Harris Theater in Chicago.

12. From September to October 2016, a number of Chinese art groups will be invited to participate in the third series of “Across the Pacific-China Art Festival” in Northern California and Washington State.

13. From September to October 2016, the “Sino-American Composer Project” will host the “Sino-American Composer Music Festival” in New York.

14. In October 2016, the Ministry of Culture plans to invite the delegation of the Mid-Atlantic Art Foundation to visit China.

15. In November 2016, the third “China-US Film and TV Industry Expo”, the twelfth “China-US Film Festival” and “China-US Film Summit Forum” will be held in Los Angeles.

16. At the end of November 2016 and the beginning of December, the Chinese Art Troupe will participate in the Hollywood Christmas Parade.

17. From November 2016 to January 2017, the sixth “World Fairy Lantern” Carnival Large-scale Lantern Festival will be held in Sacramento.

18. In January 2017, China Cultural Media Group and Shanghai National Foreign Cultural Trade Base will send a Chinese group to participate in the Los Angeles Art Fair.

19. In early 2017, the Thomas Jefferson Foundation of the United States will cooperate with the National Library of China to hold the “Thomas Jefferson-Creating America” exhibition at the National Library of China.

20. From February to May 2017, the Nanjing Museum and the San Francisco Asian Art Museum will jointly hold the “Han Dynasty Archaeological Discovery Exhibition”.

21. From March to July 2017, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and the State Administration of Cultural Heritage of China will jointly hold the “Qin-Han Civilization Exhibition”.

22. In the first half of 2017, “Shanxi Culture Week” will be held in San Francisco and San Jose.

4. Health field

1. China-US Health Dialogue

The two sides decided to hold a Sino-US health dialogue during the high-level consultations on Sino-US cultural exchanges, highlighting Sino-US health cooperation and partnerships related to cultural exchanges, and exploring other potential cooperation.

2. “Reciprocal visit plan between 100 Chinese and American hospital presidents”

The two parties decided to continue to implement the “China-U.S. Hospital Presidents’ Exchange Program” to further promote exchanges and cooperation.

3. “Youth Health Backbone Exchange Program”

The two sides decided to continue to implement and expand the “Youth Health Backbone Thousand People Exchange Program”, and strengthen the exchange, training and cooperative research of health personnel.

4. The 6th China-US Health Summit

With the support of the Chinese National Health and Family Planning Commission and the US Department of Health and Human Services, the China-US Health Summit Organization will host the sixth China-US Health Summit in Xi’an, China in September 2016.

5. The 3rd Sino-American Hospital Management Seminar

The National Health and Family Planning Commission Talent Exchange Service Center and the US-China Medical and Health Cooperation Project will jointly hold the third Sino-US Hospital Management Seminar in China.

6. China-US Healthy City Forum

From November 19 to 20, 2016, the China National Health and Family Planning Commission, the National Friendship Association, the US Department of Health and Human Services, and sister city international organizations will jointly hold the Sino-US Healthy City Forum in Nanchang, Jiangxi. The forum will focus on healthy cities and non-communicable diseases.

7. US-China Medical and Health Cooperation Project

The US Trade Development Agency will carry out a health cooperation project with the National Health and Family Planning Commission Talent Exchange Service Center, fund two training courses to the United States, and hold six seminars in China, focusing on medical technology, best practices and policy formulation. In the above activities, medical and health experts in the public and private sectors of the United States will discuss the opportunities and challenges faced by healthcare with experts from all over China.

8. Non-communicable diseases-focusing on the International Visitor Leader Program

In September 2016, the US Department of State International Visitor Leadership Project was implemented, focusing on non-communicable diseases.

9. Breast cancer

With the joint support of China’s National Health and Family Planning Commission and the US Department of Health and Human Services, the All China Women ’s Federation and the US Goldman Sachs Group will continue to work together this year to raise awareness of breast and cervical cancer and enhance relevant capabilities at the provincial level.

10. Cardiovascular disease

The Chinese Cardiovascular Disease Union and the American Heart Association will sign a memorandum of cooperation during the seventh round of high-level Sino-American cultural exchange consultations to cooperate in cardiopulmonary resuscitation training and pre-admission management of patients with myocardial infarction.

11. Xiehe Resident Training International Forum

The China Medical Foundation and Peking Union Medical College Hospital will jointly hold the second International Forum on Resident Training in September 2016 to train the next generation of Chinese clinical education leaders.

12. The Third West Lake Youth Forum

In June 2016, the American Chinese Medical Foundation and the School of Public Health of Sichuan University will jointly hold the third West Lake Youth Forum in Chengdu to train young scholars on research methodology and best practices.

13. China Resident Training Elite Teaching Hospital Alliance Teacher Development Seminar

In September 2016, the American Chinese Medical Foundation and the Chinese Resident Training Elite Teaching Hospital Alliance will jointly hold a seminar on the development of clinical teachers.

14. Research cooperation

The Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences and the US National Institutes of Health will expand cooperation areas, especially to jointly support the establishment of China National Clinical Center.

5. Sports

Mechanized communication

1. Centering on the theme of “Body Motor Function and Performance”, hold the third “Sino-US Sports Symposium” (June 2016) in China.

Basketball

2. The American Professional Basketball Association (NBA) coorporating with the Soong Ching Ling Foundation are inviting students from Beijing Private Huijia School to visit Houston and Los Angeles in the United States from January 28 to February 4, 2016, to watch NBA games, and to interact with local youth basketball club teams to practice and participate in youth basketball workshops.

3. The Chinese Basketball Association sent the National Youth Women’s Basketball Team to the United States to participate in the International Invitational Tournament and training (May 2016).

4. The NBA sends coaches to Dalian to participate in the mid-to-advanced coach training class organized by the China Basketball Association, and teaches Chinese coaches (May-June 2016).

5. The NBA will send referees to Suzhou, China to teach at the referee training class organized by the China Basketball Association (June 2016).

6. The Chinese Basketball Association sent the national youth basketball team to the United States for pre-Rio Olympic training and a friendly match with the local club team (June 2016).

7. The American Professional Basketball Association (NBA) will invite league officials and referees of the Chinese Basketball Association to Las Vegas, USA to participate in a 7-day global referee training course (July

8. The Chinese Basketball Association will send the national men ’s basketball team to the United States for pre-Rio Olympic training and a friendly match with the US national men ’s basketball team (July-August 2016).

9. The Chinese Basketball Association sent the National Women ’s Basketball Team to the United States for the Rio Olympics pre-match training and a friendly match with the National Women ’s Basketball Team (July-August

10. The NBA will cooperate with the Dongguan Basketball School of the Chinese Basketball Association to hold basketball training camps for 12-16 year olds in 7 cities in China (July-August 2016).

11. The NBA will send coaches to Shenyang and Chengdu, China, to teach the U-13 Basketball Summer Camp organized by the China Basketball Association (July-August 2016).

12. The China Basketball Association sent the national youth men ’s and women ’s basketball teams to the United States to participate in the China-US Basketball Competition (from October to December 2016).

13. The Chinese Basketball Association sent coaches to the United States for training exchanges (second half of 2016).

14. The NBA cooperates with the Beijing Municipal Sports Bureau and the Guangzhou Municipal Sports Bureau to host the Jr. NBA Basketball League among Beijing male and female high school students and Guangzhou male and female primary school students. There are also a series of activities in Tianjin, Hangzhou, Nanjing and other cities.

Volleyball

15. China Volleyball Association sent a beach volleyball team to the United States to participate in the beach volleyball tour and training (January-February 2016).

Badminton

16. At the invitation of the American Badminton Association, the Chinese Badminton Association will send a national badminton team to the United States to participate in the 2016 American Badminton Open Tournament (June 2016).

Football

17. Sports messenger project: May 15-28, 2016, to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the first women ’s World Cup championship of the US women ’s football team, former 1991 national team member Linda Hamilton and former assistant coach Lauren Gregg visited Chengdu, Shanghai and Guangzhou for two weeks. This visit is one of the sports messenger projects aimed at helping young women, minorities and immigrant groups to improve their rights and interests in terms of gender equality, female growth and diversified values.

18. Sports visitor project: In July 2016, the US State Department will invite women football coaching teams from Chengdu, Guangzhou, and Shanghai to visit the United States for 10 days. This project will focus on the ninth amendment to the US Education Act (note: equal rights for different genders to receive education), and introduce visitors to how the Act has changed American sports, education, and society. The event is in collaboration with the American Football Association and Washington Football United.

Baseball

19. The Major League Baseball Development Center sponsors Chinese athlete students to study in universities at home and abroad, participate in the China Baseball League and the Major League Baseball, and work full-time in baseball positions including coaching, management, selection and etc.

Cooperation between winter sports and the Winter Olympics

20. The Beijing 2022 Olympic Winter Games Organizing Committee and the American Ski Association visited Park City, Utah, USA in October 2015 and May 2016, respectively, to discuss the preparations for the cooperation of the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympic Games.

21. On May 27, 2016, the first ski resort cooperation project between China and the United States was announced. The Squaw Valley Alpine Meadow Resort in the United States and Yunding Garden in Beijing, China, announced the establishment of a wide-area strategic alliance. The Genting Garden is the freestyle skiing and snowboarding venue for the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics.

22. The American Ski Association will meet with officials of the China Ski Association to discuss the signing of a memorandum of understanding on cooperation between the two associations (June 2016).

Football

23. The 7-month US American football social media display attracted more than one million visitors through 25 posts and 9 videos. The event not only promoted American culture and shared historical heritage, but the interaction on social media has also brought the US closer to the American Division of the American Football League and hundreds of Chinese American Football League players.

Martial arts

24. In collaboration with the University of Arizona, the Chinese Wushu Association sent a delegation to the United States to promote martial arts and hold martial arts training (May 2016).

Health Qigong

25. China Health Qigong Association has successively sent experts to the United States to promote Health Qigong and promote teaching and training (June 2016, October-November 2016)

International chess

26. The Chinese Chess Association invites American chess teams to China to participate in the China-US Chess Match (May 2016)

27. The Chinese Chess Association sent the Chinese Chess Team to the United States to participate in the China-US Chess Match (second half of 2016).

The Game of Go

28. The Chinese Go Association sent members to the United States to participate in the American Go Conference, and to conduct technical exchanges with the United States (from July to August 2016).

Aviation sports

29. The China Aviation Sports Association invited the American Flight Simulator team to China to participate in the China-US Flight Simulator Competition (November 2016).

Special Olympics

30. In March 2016, Special Olympics International signed a memorandum of understanding with 34 schools in China (including special education schools and general schools).

31. As a key exchange program this year, Special Olympics International will send 20 young people (including intellectual disabilities and non-intellectual disabilities) from Chinese integrated schools to visit North Carolina in November 2016. The responsible team is currently formulating local visit schedules and activities.

6. Women’s field

1. Raise awareness of anti-domestic violence: The US Department of State ’s Office of Global Women ’s Affairs will work with the All China Women ’s Federation to promote Chinese “Anti-Domestic Violence Law” in U.S. companies in China to raise their awareness of the law.

2. Chinese Women Leaders Exchange Dialogue: The All China Women ’s Federation, in cooperation with the US Department of State ’s Office of Global Women ’s Affairs, jointly held the ninth China-US Women Leaders Exchange

Dialogue during the eighth round of high-level consultations on humanities exchanges between China and the United States in 2017.

3. Cooperation with third countries: The US Department of State ’s Office of Global Women ’s Affairs and the All China Women ’s Federation will conduct substantive consultations on the promotion of women ’s entrepreneurship in a Pacific country and design cooperation projects.

7. Youth field

1. In the second half of 2016, a delegation of young American politicians is invited to visit China to enhance the understanding, trust and friendship of the Chinese and American young elites. During his stay in China, he continued to hold round tables of young thinkers between China and the United States to facilitate the collision of thoughts between the young leaders of China and the United States.

2. In the second half of 2016, a Chinese youth delegation will be sent to the United States to promote in-depth exchanges and dialogues between Chinese young elites and people from all walks of life in the political, economic, and social sectors of the United States.

(2) Sino-US student leader exchange program

3. In the second half of 2016, the Ivy League Student Council delegation will be invited to visit China to hold a dialogue between Chinese and American student leaders.

4. The China Youth University for Political Sciences, together with Harvard University and Fordham University in the United States, has launched visits to the United States and student credit degree programs.

(3) Sino-US young professionals training exchange program

5. Continue to carry out the “China-Yale Youth Leader Dialogue” training program in the United States, and improve the awareness and ability of innovation of outstanding Chinese youth by studying, drawing on, and exchanging Sino-US innovation ideas and practices.

6. Continue to carry out training programs targeting young Chinese civil servants, young teachers and young workers, including inviting US experts to train in China, and organizing Chinese young civil servants and regiment cadres to conduct training in the United States.

(4) “China-US Tourism Year-Humanities Exchange Stories” activity

7. 2016 is the China-US Tourism Year. To further promote the friendly exchanges between the people of China and the United States, China Youth Travel Group, China Youth Travel Holdings Co., Ltd. and China Youth Daily to jointly launch the “China-US Tourism Year-Humanities Exchange Stories” thematic essay collection activity, and will open a column in the China Youth Daily throughout the year, solicit and publish good stories from the Sino-US humanities exchanges for the whole society, and plan to hold a symposium for essay writers during the seventh round of CPE. (As of April 10, 2016, 74 essays have been published)

It is hard to believe what the US-China relationship, which was still in the honeymoon period in 2016, will become after three years. Not only has there been a Sino-US trade dispute, but the New Coronavirus from Wuhan managed to spread to the United States and infected more than one million people. The real reason is that people in the world, including Americans, and ordinary people in China should understand that this organization that treats international students, laboratories, research institutes, universities, and hospitals as the party’s properties has finally uncovered its hypocritical disguise and revealed the true face of the devil. For the American people, the already frozen viper they rescued woke up after sufficient food and rest, finally showed their fangs.

The Chinese Communist Empire’s undisputed actions and plans to dig up technology and talent from the United States, Europe, and other countries in the world were all confused by a good wish. “The country and the ruling Communist Party of China will gradually adapt to the mainstream of historical development and actively adapt to this change”, such desire is an illusion, and they will never become a reality like the” Chinese Dream “they advocate. The reality is that the essence of the CCP is a devil. From the beginning of their establishment to the theft of state power, to 4th June 1989, and to today ’s global biochemical crisis, the devil did not lay down the butcher ’s knife for a moment; they never give up the use of force and deception. “Government is gun and gun is the government, and the Party directs the gun” is always their consistent national strategy.

Let’s look at the contribution of these plans to this national strategy through a report by Dean Lu Yongxiang of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. Of course, this article also makes a systematic summary of the cultivation and mining of talents.

3. Cooperation with third countries: The US Department of State ’s Office of Global Women ’s Affairs and the All China Women ’s Federation will conduct substantive consultations on the promotion of women ’s entrepreneurship in a Pacific country and design cooperation projects.

7. Youth field

1. In the second half of 2016, a delegation of young American politicians is invited to visit China to enhance the understanding, trust and friendship of the Chinese and American young elites. During his stay in China, he continued to hold round tables of young thinkers between China and the United States to facilitate the collision of thoughts between the young leaders of China and the United States.

2. In the second half of 2016, a Chinese youth delegation will be sent to the United States to promote in-depth exchanges and dialogues between Chinese young elites and people from all walks of life in the political, economic, and social sectors of the United States.

(2) Sino-US student leader exchange program

3. In the second half of 2016, the Ivy League Student Council delegation will be invited to visit China to hold a dialogue between Chinese and American student leaders.

4. The China Youth University for Political Sciences, together with Harvard University and Fordham University in the United States, has launched visits to the United States and student credit degree programs.

(3) Sino-US young professionals training exchange program

5. Continue to carry out the “China-Yale Youth Leader Dialogue” training program in the United States, and improve the awareness and ability of innovation of outstanding Chinese youth by studying, drawing on, and exchanging Sino-US innovation ideas and practices.

6. Continue to carry out training programs targeting young Chinese civil servants, young teachers and young workers, including inviting US experts to train in China, and organizing Chinese young civil servants and regiment cadres to conduct training in the United States.

(4) “China-US Tourism Year-Humanities Exchange Stories” activity

7. 2016 is the China-US Tourism Year. To further promote the friendly exchanges between the people of China and the United States, China Youth Travel Group, China Youth Travel Holdings Co., Ltd. and China Youth Daily to jointly launch the “China-US Tourism Year-Humanities Exchange Stories” thematic essay collection activity, and will open a column in the China Youth Daily throughout the year, solicit and publish good stories from the Sino-US humanities exchanges for the whole society, and plan to hold a symposium for essay writers during the seventh round of CPE. (As of April 10, 2016, 74 essays have been published)

It is hard to believe what the US-China relationship, which was still in the honeymoon period in 2016, will become after three years. Not only has there been a Sino-US trade dispute, but the New Coronavirus from Wuhan managed to spread to the United States and infected more than one million people. The real reason is that people in the world, including Americans, and ordinary people in China should understand that this organization that treats international students, laboratories, research institutes, universities, and hospitals as the party’s properties has finally uncovered its hypocritical disguise and revealed the true face of the devil. For the American people, the already frozen viper they rescued woke up after sufficient food and rest, finally showed their fangs.

The Chinese Communist Empire’s undisputed actions and plans to dig up technology and talent from the United States, Europe, and other countries in the world were all confused by a good wish. “The country and the ruling Communist Party of China will gradually adapt to the mainstream of historical development and actively adapt to this change”, such desire is an illusion, and they will never become a reality like the” Chinese Dream “they advocate. The reality is that the essence of the CCP is a devil. From the beginning of their establishment to the theft of state power, to 4th June 1989, and to today ’s global biochemical crisis, the devil did not lay down the butcher ’s knife for a moment; they never give up the use of force and deception. “Government is gun and gun is the government, and the Party directs the gun” is always their consistent national strategy.

Let’s look at the contribution of these plans to this national strategy through a report by Dean Lu Yongxiang of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. Of course, this article also makes a systematic summary of the cultivation and mining of talents.

Speech by Lu Yongxiang at the 60th Anniversary Meeting of the Chinese Academy of Sciences

2009-11-09 | 09 Nov 2009

Dear State Councilor Liu Yandong, distinguished guests and comrades:

In the golden autumn season when people throughout the country are still immersed in the celebration of the 60th birthday of New China, and at the moment when the Chinese Academy of Sciences is about to celebrate its 60th anniversary, we hold a commemorative meeting here to review and summarize the glorious course of 60 years of development of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, looking forward to a beautiful picture of future development. Here, on behalf of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, I would like to express my heartfelt thanks to the Party Central Committee and General Secretary Hu Jintao, State Councilor Liu Yandong who attended the commemorative meeting and delivered important speech, as well as Vice Chairman Han Qide, Vice Chairman Wan Gang, and Wang Zhizhen Vice Chairman, Comrade Song Jian and all leaders and guests!

Just now, State Councilor Liu Yandong read out the congratulatory letter sent by the General Secretary of the CPC Central Committee and Comrade Hu Jintao to the 60th anniversary of the establishment of the Institute, and delivered an important speech. The speech highly appraised the development and contribution of our institute in 60 years, putting forward higher requirements for the reform, innovation and development of our institute in the future, and pointed out the way forward. This fully embodies the cordial care and earnest expectations of the Party Central Committee and the State Council for our institute, and highly inspires us. We will study and comprehend hard, and implement it in all aspects of our college’s work.

Sixty years ago, at the time of the establishment of New China, the first generation of the central leadership of the party with Comrade Mao Zedong at the core was far-sighted, and placed the development of new China ’s science and technology in an important position, made a strategic decision to establish the Chinese Academy of Sciences to accelerate the development of science and technology by concentrating national scientific and technological forces. In the past 60 years, the Chinese Academy of Sciences has gone from the hard work at the beginning of the founding of New China to the rapid development of science. From chaos to chaos, reform and opening up ushered in the “scientific spring”, to the implementation of knowledge innovation projects, the Chinese Academy of Sciences always walk with the motherland and advance with science. It has become the country’s highest academic institution of natural sciences, the highest consulting institution in science and technology, natural science and high technology

comprehensive research and development center.

In retrospect, we still cherish the older generation of scientists such as Guo Moruo, Li Siguang, Wu Youxun, Zhu Kezhen, and Qian Sanqiang, who pioneered the Chinese Academy of Sciences; and the old leaders such as Hu Yaobang, Fang Yi, Zhang Jiafu, and Lu Jiaxi who continue to pioneer and innovate the Chinese Academy of Sciences. I would like to pay tribute to veteran leaders such as Zhang Jinfu, Zhou Guangzhao, Qian Xuesen, Li Chang, and Yan Dongsheng, who have played an important role in the 60-year development of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. I would also like to pay tribute to the outstanding scientists who have made significant contributions to China’s science and technology for 60 years, and the scientific and technological personnel and cadres and staff who have worked hard and selflessly in various positions. I would like to express my heartfelt thanks to the relevant national departments, all walks of life and international counterparts who have been concerned about supporting the construction and development of the Chinese Academy of Sciences for 60 years.

For 60 years, the Chinese Academy of Sciences has always received the guidance, care and support of the party and state leaders. In 1956, Comrade Mao Zedong convened a meeting of thousands of people in Zhongnanhai to listen to the Chinese Academy of Sciences’ report on the development of my country’s science and technology. After that, the central government made a decision to formulate a national twelve-year vision plan. Comrade Zhou Enlai instructed to “concentrate the best scientific strength and the best university graduates in scientific research. Strengthen the Chinese Academy of Sciences with great strength, making it a locomotive to lead the country hence to improve scientific standards and cultivate new forces.” Comrades Chen Yi and Nie Rongzhen personally directed and supported the establishment of the Institute of High Technology by the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

In 1975, Comrade Deng Xiaoping assigned Hu Yaobang to the Chinese Academy of Sciences for governance and rectification. He tried to correct the “Left” mistakes as far as possible, and solved practical problems that troubled science and technology workers, providing an important ideological and practical basis for the arrival of “Science Spring”. In 1977, Comrade Deng Xiaoping entrusted the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the Ministry of Education to organize a symposium on science and education work, and made major decisions such as the comprehensive restoration of scientific research order and the restoration of the college entrance examination. In 1979, at the tea party for the 30th anniversary of the establishment of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Comrade Deng Xiaoping delivered an important speech, asking the Chinese Academy of Sciences to “create all conditions to train, discover, and use talents”, expressing his intention to “continue to be the logistics minister of everyone” and personally care for Huang Kun , Chen Jingrun and other scientists’ work and life. Comrade Deng Xiaoping personally laid the foundation for the Beijing electron-positron collider, and published on the day of its completion a famous statement, “Neither in the past nor today, nor in the future,

China must develop its own high-tech and occupy a place in the world’s high-tech field.”

In 1994, Comrade Jiang Zemin wrote an inscription for the 45th anniversary of the establishment of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, demanding “strive to build the Chinese Academy of Sciences into a scientific research base for international advanced level, for training advanced scientific and technological talents, and for promoting the development of my country’s high-tech industry. In 1998, Comrade Jiang Zemin made an important instruction on the strategic research report of “Welcoming the Age of Knowledge Economy and Building a National Innovation System” submitted by the Chinese Academy of Sciences. Later, the central government made a national innovation system to support the Chinese Academy of Sciences to take a step forward and develop knowledge A major decision for piloting innovative projects. In 1999, when inspecting the progress of the knowledge innovation project, Comrade Jiang Zemin again wrote an inscription, requesting the Chinese Academy of Sciences to “climb the peak of science and technology and make a fundamental, strategic, and forward-looking innovation contribution to China’s economic development, national defense construction, and social progress.” The strategic positioning of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

In 2004, General Secretary Hu Jintao made an important speech while inspecting the progress of the knowledge innovation project of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, demanding that “The Academy of Sciences, as a national strategic science and technology force, should stand at the strategic height of seizing the rare development opportunities brought by the new round of scientific, technological and industrial revolution in the world, and improve our ability to grasp the development trend of world science and technology.(We) must persist in planning technological innovation to catch up with the world’s advanced level; promote international technological competitiveness to facilitate technological innovation, and strive to play an important and leading role in the development of China’s scientific and technological undertakings. “Not only to create first-class results, first-class benefits, first-class management, but also to create first-class talents”, which further indicating the development goals and direction of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

For 60 years, the Chinese Academy of Sciences has always insisted on integrating the national strategic needs with the world’s technological frontiers. At the beginning of the establishment of the academy, according to the needs of the construction of the new China, the central government established the basic policy of the Chinese Academy of Sciences to “cultivate scientific construction talents and make scientific research truly serve the country’s industry, agriculture, health care, and national defense.” During the twelve-year vision plan, the Chinese Academy of Sciences proposed a strategic plan of “grasping cutting-edge science and technology, grasping major scientific and technological issues in the national economy, and grasping basic research.” Under the new situation of reform and opening up, the Central Secretariat has clarified the Chinese Academy of Sciences’ policy of “strengthening applied research, actively and selectively participating in development work, and continuing to pay attention to basic research”. In the reform of the scientific and technological system, the policy of “mobilizing and organizing the main forces of the whole institutionn into the main battlefield serving the national economic and social development, while maintaining a capable force for basic research and high-tech innovation” was proposed. In the implementation of the knowledge innovation project, it has established in the new period of the instition policy that “face the national strategic needs, face the world’s scientific frontiers, strengthen original scientific innovation, strengthen key technological innovation and system integration, climb the world’s scientific and technological peak, and continuously make fundamental, strategic and forward-looking major innovation contributions for our country’s economic construction, national security and social sustainable development “.

Over the past 60 years, the Chinese Academy of Sciences has been constantly looking ahead, condensing scientific and technological goals, and gradually forming a technological layout with characteristics and advantages. At the beginning of the establishment of the Academy, a group of research institutions for natural sciences and philosophy and social sciences was quickly established, forming the Faculty of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, which became a relatively complete initial layout of basic science disciplines. Focusing on the “four major emergency measures”, our country has created key technology areas such as computing technology, semiconductor technology, radio electronics, and automation, and formed a system layout in our country’s high technology area. At the beginning of the reform and opening up, the discipline system that was severely damaged during the “Cultural Revolution” was restored and reconstructed, and a scientific and technological layout with complete disciplines, focusing on the foundation and improvement was gradually formed.

Since the knowledge innovation project, the most extensive and far-reaching technological layout adjustments since the establishment of the institute have been carried out. In accordance with the thinking of more adapting to China’s economic and social development strategic needs and the world’s scientific and technological development trends, focus on strengthening important frontiers and cross-cutting fields, multidisciplinary integration and strategic high-tech fields, population health research, resource ecological environment research and monitoring, adjustment, optimization, new construction Research institutions are set up to foster new growth points in science and technology. Focusing on the improvement of technological innovation capabilities, we will focus on building technological innovation bases, give play to our comprehensive advantages, and focus our efforts on big things. The direction of key areas has shifted from the discipline-based scientific and technological layout to the strategically competing areas related to China’s current and long-term sustainable development; the goal of technological innovation has changed from tracking to original innovation, from imitation to independent innovation and System integration is the main change; the scientific research organization mode shifts from decentralized research to strengthening the organization and cohesion of interdisciplinary and interdisciplinary forces, forming a new model of matrix grid technology innovation activity organization. The mainstream disciplines such as chemistry, physics, materials, mathematics, and geosciences have entered the forefront of the world. Life sciences, information technology, space technology, cross-frontiers and other fields have developed rapidly. In advanced functional crystals, laser physics, high-temperature superconductivity, life evolution, organic molecules Clustering, quantum information, neuroscience, genome sequencing, nanotechnology and other directions have entered the forefront of the world. Strengthened the construction of science and education infrastructure such as large scientific projects, scientific research equipment system, national scientific library, scientific research and management informatization, field station network, botanical garden system, herbarium, germplasm resource library, and the park environment has undergone tremendous changes.

In the past 60 years, the Chinese Academy of Sciences has respected knowledge and talents, based on scientific and technological innovation practices, and has cultivated outstanding scientific and technological innovation talents. At the beginning of the establishment of the institute, it attracted outstanding talents from home and abroad, and gathered most of the leading figures of science and technology in New China. In the “Science Spring”, it was the first to implement the intellectual policy, resume the evaluation and promotion of professional technical titles, resume the activities of the Faculty, and take the lead in sending visiting scholars and international students abroad. In the reform of the scientific and technological system, a special approval system for the promotion of outstanding young scientific and technological talents was implemented. It was the first to introduce China ’s first overseas talent plan with the goal of attracting and cultivating cross-century high-level academic leaders-the “100 Persons Program” . Since the knowledge innovation project, we have implemented the talent strategy and talent system project in the new era, followed the growth rules of scientific and technological talents, focused on stimulating innovation vitality and providing an innovation stage, and vigorously cultivated young talents; focused on advising and undertaking scientific and technological tasks and enhancing strategic vision , Let go of the middle-aged scientific and technological backbone; focus on leading the team and cultivating young talents, give full play to the role of senior science and technology experts; use innovative careers and development opportunities to attract and gather outstanding talents at home and abroad on a large scale.

Since the establishment of the Institute, more than 900 scientists across the country have been elected as academicians of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and they are outstanding representatives of scientific and technological workers in New China. At the Chinese Academy of Sciences, a large number of scientists who have made significant contributions to the science and technology of New China have been brought together, including representatives of “two bombs and one star” Yu Min, Wang Daheng, Wang Xiji, Wang Ganchang, Deng Jiaxian, Zhu Guangya, Sun Jiadong, Ren Xinmin, Wu Ziliang, Chen Fangyun, Chen Nengkuan, Yang Jiachi, Zhou Guangzhao, Zhao Jiuzhang, Qian Ji, Qian Sanqiang, Qian Xuesen, Guo Yonghuai, Tu Shouyou, Huang Weilu, Cheng Kaijia, Peng Huanwu, National Highest Science and Technology Award winners Wu Wenjun, Wang Xuan, Huang Kun, Liu Dongsheng, Ye Duzheng, Wu Mengchao , Li Zhensheng, Min Enze, Wu Zhengyi, Xu Guangxian, founders and pioneers of major disciplines in New China Hua Luogeng, Su Buqing, Wu Youxun, Zhou Peiyuan, Yan Jici, Zhuang Changgong, Zeng Zhaolun, Zhang Yuzhe, Zhu Kezhen, Bei Shizhang, Tong Dizhou, Feng Depei, Qian Weichang, Li Xun, Zhou Ren, etc., as well as a group of outstanding scientists such as Feng Kang, Wang Yingfa, Chen Jingrun, etc. What is even more gratifying is that since the knowledge innovation project, nearly 1,000 new generation leaders of science and technology and top talents in science and technology have been trained and formed, and a high-level team of scientific and technological innovation has been formed. Among them are 600 chief scientists or main leaders of major national scientific and technological tasks, nearly 700 national outstanding youth fund recipients, 53 national natural science fund innovation groups, and 900 people holding important positions in important international scientific organizations. A large number of high-quality innovative and entrepreneurial talents were sent to the society. The establishment system has sent a large number of scientific and technological talents to the defense departments, industrial departments, industries, localities, universities, etc., which strongly supports the formation and development of my country’s scientific research system. A group of high-tech entrepreneurs and entrepreneurs have emerged.

Actively explore new models for the close integration of technological innovation and talent training. Take the lead in establishing a graduate system, build the University of Science and Technology of China, the first graduate school in New China, as well as the first to implement the degree system and establish a postdoctoral system. Since the knowledge innovation project, high-quality and large-scale development of graduate education has formed an education system centered on the University of Science and Technology of China and the Graduate School of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and covering the institutes of the whole school, forming a unique two-stage graduate education model, and the quality of graduate education continues to improve.

For 60 years, the Chinese Academy of Sciences has always played the role of pioneer in the exploration and reform of the scientific and technological system. During the twelve-year vision planning period, a large number of scientific research institutions were transferred to industry, national defense, and local organizational systems, forming a scientific research work system centered on the Chinese Academy of Sciences as the core of academic leadership, and composed of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, departmental research institutions, universities and local research institutions. In 1964, the Central Committee discussed and approved the “Article 14 of Science” proposed by the National Science and Technology Commission and the Chinese Academy of Sciences and issued it as a central document, establishing the basic system of scientific research in our country, known as the “Science Constitution”. Since the reform of the science and technology system, it has taken the lead in setting up a nationwide science fund, the first to establish an open laboratory system, implementing the director ’s responsibility system, establising the first high-tech enterprise in New China, and the first technology industrial park, bred large-scale high-tech enterprises represented by Lenovo Group.

Since the knowledge innovation project, it has greatly refined and improved its scientific and technological goals, and promoted the institute to carry out the pilot of the knowledge innovation project in phases. Taking the reform of the personnel system as a breakthrough, we will take the lead in implementing the “on-demand, on-the-job, competitive selection, and contract management” hiring system, and establish a post employment, project employment, and mobile personnel combined employment system. The establishment of a performance-based distribution system with “triple structure wages” as the main body has formed a competitive selection mechanism. Reform the organization and management of scientific and technological innovation activities and organize the implementation of scientific and technological innovation activities in accordance with three levels: major projects, important directions and frontiers in the field.

Reform the resource allocation system, which adheres to goal guidance, macro-control, and support for optimisation, forming a resource allocation system that conforms to positioning, clear guidance, classified management, encourages competition, and focuses on performance. Encouraging the effective integration of social innovation resources, and fundamentally reversed the situation of insufficient investment in science and technology and shortage of innovative resources.

Reform the scientific and technological evaluation and reward system, attach importance to quality and substantive contributions, establish a multi-signal feedback evaluation system that comprehensively reflects performance, situation and demand, and adjust from results-driven to innovation-driven awarding to individuals and teams

Reform the management of operational state-owned assets and (about to) realize the ‘diversification of equity of the invested companies’. The “Articles of Association of the Chinese Academy of Sciences” and “Integrated Management Regulations of the Institute of the Chinese Academy of Sciences” were formulated; the “Declaration on Scientific Ideas” and the code of conduct for scientific research were issued, and the “clear responsibilities, scientific evaluation, open and orderly, and standardized management” were (about to be) established in the modern research institute system

For 60 years, the Chinese Academy of Sciences has always adhered to joint cooperation and continuously expanded its opening up.

After the establishment of the institution, in the process of China’s industrialization, it cooperated with relevant departments to nurture and support the development of our country’s electronic industry, atomic energy industry, petroleum industry, chemical industry, steel industry, national defense industry and other national basic and pillar industries

Since the reform and opening up, with the establishment of the socialist market economic system, and facing the main battlefield of the national economy, the institute has organized forces to comprehensively develop cooperation with enterprises, solve scientific and technological problems in production, and promote the integration of production, education and research.

。 With the in-depth implementation of the construction of the national innovation system, (the institute) comprehensively strengthen joint cooperation with various units of the national innovation system, support industrial structure upgrades, develop high-tech industries, organize the implementation of the Western Action Plan, the Northeast Revitalization Plan, and aid Tibet/Xinjiang with science and technology engineering.

(The institute) Jointly build research institutions, regional technology transfer and transformation centers and science and technology parks with local governments, joint laboratories or engineering centers with enterprises, national key laboratories and joint research centers with universities, jointly train graduate students, and jointly undertake national basic research projects Wait.

Continue to expand opening up. In the early days of the establishment of the institute, it focused on scientific and technological cooperation with the former Soviet Union and Eastern European countries.

In 1974, cooperation with the German Max Planck Society was launched, which opened the door to scientific and technological cooperation between my country and Western countries.

During Comrade Deng Xiaoping’s visit to the United States in 1979, the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the United States signed agreements such as high-energy physics cooperation between the two countries, opening a window for Sino-US scientific and technological cooperation.

Since the knowledge innovation project, the cooperation partners have continuously expanded, from scientific research institutions to important international scientific and technological organizations, research universities and multinational companies; cooperation methods have been constantly enriched, from the development of regular exchanges and visits to the joint establishment of research institutions, the organization of major international scientific and technological cooperation projects as well as the establishment of strategic partnerships, a new pattern of international scientific and technological cooperation has been formed that is comprehensive, multi-level, high-level, wide-field, and practical.The Chinese Academy of Sciences has become a very active and influential scientific research community in the international scientific and technological community.

For 60 years, the Chinese Academy of Sciences has given full play to the role of the national scientific think tank.

The Faculty of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the majority of academicians unite and lead the national scientific and technological workers to carry out scientific and technological consultations and evaluations on the major issues of national economic construction, social development, national security and scientific and technological progress, which has effectively supported the country’s macro-decision-making and gave full play to the role of the country’s highest consulting agency in science and technology.

Examples include: organizing and encouraging national scientists to formulate the national twelve-year vision plan, participating in the research and formulation of various national science and technology development plans and consulting work; proposing a series of major proposals including building a scientific fund system; tracking research on foreign strategic high-tech development; establishing the Chinese Academy of Engineering, and developing advanced nuclear energy in our country and constructing a sustainable energy system and etc.

Since the knowledge innovation project, the Chinese Academy of Sciences has built a strategic research system that organically integrates the academy and the entity, continuously analyzes the world ’s scientific and technological development trend, thinks about China ’s economic and social development and scientific and technological progress, and proposes “Welcoming the era of knowledge economy and building a national innovation system” , “Innovation promotes development, science and technology leads the future”, “Innovation 2050: Science and technology and China’s future” series of strategic research reports and 18 key areas of scientific and technological development roadmap; put forward systematic scientific suggestions to deal with challenges in the critical period of national development and system solutions, thus leading the direction of China’s technological development.

Over the past 60 years, the Chinese Academy of Sciences has made significant innovation contributions that have surpassed the history.

There have been great achievements in foundamental research, strategic high-tech research, and sustainable development-related system research.

Solved a number of key core scientific and technological issues in major national missions, such as two-bomb-and-one-satellite key core scientific and technological issues, manned aerospace and lunar exploration engineering application systems and payloads, and applied satellite series payloads.

。 The national defense science and technology innovation has achieved fruitful results. A number of major independent innovations related to national competitiveness have been achieved, such as the Dawning supercomputer, Godson series of general-purpose chips, single-precision petaflop supercomputing systems, wireless sensor networks, high-end CNC technology and industrial robots, high-performance crystal materials, new technique for the production of cis-butadiene rubber, coal-to-ethylene glycol technology, methanol to olefin technology, coal-to-synthetic oil technology, etc.

In addition, a number of major innovations related to sustainable development have been achieved, such as the sand slope head sand control, the key technology of the Qinghai-Tibet Railway frozen soil subgrade, the construction technology of the Tarim Desert Highway and the construction of protective forests, the national comprehensive scientific investigation of natural resources, the Huanghuaihai low- and medium-yield fields Renovation, innovative drugs such as artemisinin, salvia miltiorrhiza polyphenolate, antoxacin hydrochloride, and Shiplin, biological pesticides and biological agents, national grain output forecast, sustainable development evaluation, main functional zoning, global climate change response research, etc.

Finally, a number of world-leading scientific achievements have been made, such as synthetic bovine insulin, Goldbach conjecture, mathematical mechanization proof, finite element method, human genome 1% sequencing, rice genome and functional gene sequencing, iron-based superconductor, quantum repeater, proof of iPS stem cell totipotency, etc.

In the past 60 years, as the first completion unit, it has received 1080 national science and technology awards. Among them, 19 first prizes of the National Natural Science Award, accounting for 59% of the total; 4 special prizes of the National Science and Technology Progress Award, 30 first prizes; 4 first prize of the National Invention Award.

A great cause breeds a great spirit. Generations of the Chinese Academy of Sciences have united and worked hard to climb, forming a glorious tradition of “scientific democracy, patriotism and dedication”, and an excellent academic style of “seeking truth from facts and collaborative innovation”. The scientific and technological values of ” taking innovation for the people as the purpose and rejuvenating the country with science and education as the mission ” have built an innovative culture with the characteristics of the times. These precious spiritual wealth have been accumulated, crystalized, and sublimated, and become the unique cultural characteristics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

—— The spirit of serving the country and benefiting the people. Put the interests of the country and the people’s trust in the first place, and integrate the realization of personal ingenuity and life

value into serving the prosperity of the country, the happiness of the people and the progress of science and technology.

——The spirit of pursuing the truth and bravely climbing the peak. Persisting in practice is the sole criterion for testing truth, insisting that everyone is equal before the truth, dare to question existing theories, dare to ask new questions, and dare to open up new directions.

——The spirit of self-improvement and hard work. Able to endure hardships, tackle problems, not give up due to difficulties, not to retreat due to hardships, not to be discouraged due to setbacks, dare to move forward despite difficulties, dare to ‘bite hard bones’, dare to strive to innovate.

——The spirit of fame and fortune, unity and cooperation. Enjoy solitude, dedicated to research, objectively evaluating oneself, respecting partners, not competing for fame, not pursuing profits, not fooling, not impetuous, uniting together, working together to innovate.

——The spirit of seeking truth from facts and scientific democracy. Be honest and trustworthy, rigorous and realistic, promote academic contention, respect academic freedom, abide by research ethics, respect intellectual property rights, consciously abide by the basic ethics of human society, and respect the evolutionary laws of natural systems.

60 years of innovation practice has made us deeply realize that we must always adhere to the national strategic needs, face the world’s technological frontiers, focusing on the development of advanced scientific and technological productivity, and treat the enhancement of the independent innovation capability as the backbone; strive to develop foundamental, strategic and forward-looking scientific and technological innovation.

We must insist on people-oriented, unite people with career development, guide people with correct values, attract people with good innovation environment, motivate people with reasonable treatment, cultivate people with innovative practices, and give full play to the initiative and creativity of scientific and technological personnel.

We must persist in reform and innovation; recognize the laws of development; conform to the requirements of development; base on China’s national conditions; and learn from international experience; boldly remove all barriers that hinder the liberation and development of scientific and technological productivity, constantly innovate systems and mechanisms, and innovate management.

We must persist in opening to the outside world, treat all new knowledge created by mankind with an open mind, integrate organically with various innovation elements of society, effectively use global scientific and technological innovation resources, and develop together in joint cooperation. We must hold high the banner of science, emancipate our minds, advance with the times, look forward to science, and lead the future. Develop scientific culture, encourage scientific originality, promote scientific spirit, advocate scientific methods, and spread scientific knowledge.

Looking back, we have every reason to be proud of what we have achieved. Today, we have stood at a new starting point to achieve a leapfrog development and are in the best period of development!

Looking ahead, China is moving towards the grand goal of building a well-off society in an all-round way and basically realizing modernization.

In this great historical process, we are facing urgent strategic tasks such as major adjustments and changes in the world ’s political and economic landscape, upgrading of industrial structure, transformation of development methods, and cultivation of strategic emerging industries. (We are also) facing evere challenges in many aspects such as traditional and non-traditional security.

China’s future development can no longer follow the traditional mode of economic growth that consumes non-renewable resources without restraint. There is an urgent need to develop new sources of resources, innovate development models and approaches, and create new production methods and lifestyles. This puts a more significant and urgent demand on our country’s technological innovation.

Today’s world technology is showing a vigorous trend of breakthrough in groups, which is on the eve of revolutionary change.

In the next 10-20 years, it is very likely that a technological revolution and industrial revolution of X characterized by green, intelligence and sustainability will occur. Technological innovation and breakthroughs will create new demands and markets and will change the global industrial structure and the progress of human civilization.

Circled around the new technological revolution, a new international competition that is occupying the commanding heights of future development is in full swing.

Our country must be prepared for the arrival of the new technological revolution and plan as early as possible to develop a scientific and technological development strategy.

(We need to) Rely on scientific and technological innovation to accelerate the construction of eight economic and social foundations and strategic systems, including the sstainable energy and resource system, advanced materials and green intelligent manufacturing system, inclusive ubiquitous information network system, ecological high-value agriculture and bio-industry system, inclusive health protection system, ecological and environmental conservation development system, air and space marine capabilities Innovation and expansion system as well as national and public safety system.

Constantly clarify the major scientific problems, key core technical problems and solutions that affect China’s modernization process, take the path of independent innovation with Chinese characteristics; look forward to the layout, focus on breakthroughs, seize the historical opportunities of the new technological revolution, and win the development opportunities, advantages and initiatives right.

In the new historical period, the Chinese Academy of Sciences, as a national strategic science and technology force, is committed to solving fundamental, strategic, and forward-looking major scientific and technological issues that affect the overall situation and long-term development of the country, and is committed to cultivating high-level scientific and technological innovation and entrepreneurial talents that meet the requirements of national development. (It is also) committed to promoting the transfer and transformation of scientific and technological achievements and industrialization of scale; playing the role of the national scientific think tank; enhancing China’s international competitiveness in science and technology; leading our country’s independent innovation and scientific and technological progress, supporting our country’s scientific development and harmonious development.

In the new historical period, the Chinese Academy of Sciences, as a national strategic science and technology force, is committed to solving fundamental, strategic, and forward-looking major scientific and technological issues that affect the overall situation and long-term development of the country, and is committed to cultivating high-level scientific and technological innovation and entrepreneurial talents that meet the requirements of national development. (It is also) committed to promoting the transfer and transformation of scientific and technological achievements and industrialization of scale; playing the role of the national scientific think tank; enhancing China’s international competitiveness in science and technology; leading our country’s independent innovation and scientific and technological progress, supporting our country’s scientific development and harmonious development.

By 2020, the Chinese Academy of Sciences will achieve innovative leapfrogging in strategically competing fields that are relevant to China’s overall economic and social development; nurture and form a number of frontier and cross-cutting growth points that have a significant impact on future development, and play a leading role in several frontier and cross-cutting emerging directions Role; a group of research institutes took the lead in achieving leapfrog development and became a first-class research institution with important influence and status in the international field;

consolidate and train a large number of talented and talented, world-class technology talents and technology leaders, have a high-level scientific and technological innovation team with reasonable structure and dynamic optimization, formed a group of leading talents with a strong sense of innovation and market awareness, and delivered a large number of high-quality talents to the society.

The social and economic benefits created have increased substantially; the ability to support science and technology for national macro-decisions has been greatly improved.

Overall achieved the goals of “innovation leap, reasonable layout, four first-class, harmonious and orderly, open cooperation and sustainable development”, build the Chinese Academy of Sciences into a high-level and reliable “three bases” and scientific thinking base, and become a Chinese Academy of Sciences that is reforming and innovating harmoniously; effectively play the role of leading and demonstrating leading role in the development of our country’s scientific and technological undertakings, becoming a scientific and technological innovation base facing the world, facing the future, supporting scientific development and serving modernization, and becoming a first-class national research institution with important influence in the world.

When our great motherland is achiving overall modernization, the Chinese Academy of Sciences will celebrate its centennial celebration. We hope and firmly believe that when our future generations look back on this period of history, everyone in the Chinese Academy of Sciences can proudly say that in the historical process of the great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation, the Chinese Academy of Sciences has left a more solid and glorious footprint China has made major contributions that are worthy of history, people, and times, and China’s science and technology have once again reached the top of the world!

Comrades, we are in a great era. The progress of the era and the needs of the country are calling and inspiring every scientific and technological worker. Let us closely unite around the Party Central Committee with Comrade Hu Jintao as the general secretary, guided by Deng Xiaoping Theory and the important thinking of the “Three Represents”, thoroughly implement the scientific concept of development, and enhance self-confidence, urgency and sense of responsibility to achieve innovation leap, emancipate the mind, move forward courageously, enhance the ability of independent innovation, and continuously make foundamental, strategic and forward-looking innovation contributions!

Thank you all!

This passionate article clearly revealed the country’s talent strategy, and proved that the basic strategy of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in cultivating and using talents is to serve the national strategy, in other words, the CCP’s domestic slaves and running dogs. Of course, you need a lot of money to utilise these people, so the core of mining talents is money. You must have enough money to provide to these domestic slaves and running dogs to let them develop the weapons you need. This is the essens BGY Plan, and these weapons are aimed at the United States, which is the “3F” plan.

Qiao Liang revealed two core points of view in the book “Unrestricted Warfare.” A. The form of war has changed. It is no longer a traditional hot war, but can take variety of forms: cyber warfare, media warfare, genetic warfare, currency warfare, energy warfare, food warfare, etc., normal social interactions, economic activities, cultural and technological exchanges can all be used as a means of war. B. Due to changes in form, the soldiers participating in the war are no longer soldiers in military uniforms as we can imagine but may be anyone you cannot. From this point of view, since the 100-person plan after June 4th in 1989, the Shipwreck Plan has been launched, and this is the beginning of the unrestricted war against the United States. Since then, scholars, scientists and research institutions involved in various plans have consciously and unconsciously joined the Party’s

Part III: A typical case study

According to the blue-gold-yellow (BGY) plan understood by the DT Excavator: Blue refers to online media public opinion control, that is, in addition to the solid media public opinion control within the firewall, it can also control the network media and public opinion guidance of the entire American society.

Gold is the purchase of monetary interests. The use of money and huge commercial interests to buy influential people or groups in the United States including political control of the direction of the United States election, technological theft of American technology, and economic seizure of American wealth.

Huang (Yellow in Chinese) refers to the physical scandal bomb and vulgarity. That is, the control of someone by means of pornography, drugs, organ transplants and etc to create scandals and use evil to control human nature. At the same time, through the evil fruits, makes the mainstream society in the United States and the West become vulgar. For more information about BGY, please refer to the “BGY Series” launched by DT in the future. Here only the BGY of the Chinese Communist Party in the field of biomedicine in the United States is excavated and explained.

Let’s first read a report:

Chinese Embassy in the United States Commemorates the 40th Anniversary of Studying in China and the United States

Xinhua News Agency, Washington, November 21st (Reporter Liu Yang and Hu Yousong) The Chinese Embassy in the United States held a commemorative event to mark the 40th anniversary of the Chinese and American students studying abroad. Chinese Ambassador to the United States Cui Tiankai announced the official launch of the US Short-term Scholarship for Credit Students in China. US State Department officials reiterated that they welcome Chinese students to study in the United States.

Cui Tiankai said at the event that since the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and the United States over the past 40 years, the two countries have maintained close economic integration, extensive human and cultural exchanges, and fruitful achievements in educational exchanges and cooperation, which have made important contributions to enhancing China-US friendship. He announced the official launch of the US Short-term Credit Scholarship for Chinese Students, which will support 2,500 American students to study and earn short-term credits in China every year.

Caroline Casagrande, Assistant Secretary of State for the US State Department, said in his speech that the United States welcomes Chinese students and hopes that Chinese students will integrate into the campus culture of the United States, learn together with the United States and other international students, and make progress together.

Casa Grande told reporters from Xinhua News Agency that US President Trump recently welcomed Chinese students to study in the United States. The policy of the US State Department is consistent with this

statement.

Former US President Carter also sent a congratulatory letter to the commemorative event, and in the letter recalled the strong support of the two governments for the exchange of international students at the beginning of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and the United States. Carter said in the letter that neither side expected the rapid development of Sino-US educational exchanges to today’s scale. Academic and scientific exchanges between the two countries are important channels for enhancing mutual understanding.

The event was co-organized by the Chinese Embassy in the United States and the Bureau of Culture and Education of the United States Department of State. More than 400 people including officials from relevant departments of the United States Department of State, Carter Center, local educational institutions, and representatives of international students from China and the United States participated in the commemorative event. Representatives of Chinese and American students from different generations, Fulbright Project, Chinese Government Scholarship Program and other representatives of well-known study abroad programs shared their personal experiences and project implementation. The participants discussed topics such as the opportunities and ways of “study in China”, language learning exchanges, study abroad and career development, and alumni network construction.

After the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and the United States on January 1, 1979, they quickly began sending international students to each other. According to the annual report by the American Institute of International Education on the 18th, the number of Chinese students studying in the United States is about 370,000, and the number of American students studying in the mainland is about 12,000.

On December 11, 2009, the European and American Alumni Association, the Chinese Overseas Students Association and the People ’s Daily Overseas Edition co-sponsored the “30th Anniversary of the First Batch of Reform and Opening-up International Students to Study in the United States”. The picture shows the first group of people who went to aesthetics to take a group photo.

The number of students studying abroad has increased from 860 in 1978 to more than 600,000 in 2017. Over the past 40 years of reform and opening up, a total of 5.149 million people have studied abroad.

In the past 40 years, a total of 3.132 million overseas students have returned to China, of which 73.9% have returned since the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, forming the largest “return to the country” since the founding of New China.

Let’s first read a report:

Chinese Embassy in the United States Commemorates the 40th Anniversary of Studying in China and the United States

Xinhua News Agency, Washington, November 21st (Reporter Liu Yang and Hu Yousong) The Chinese Embassy in the United States held a commemorative event to mark the 40th anniversary of the Chinese and American students studying abroad. Chinese Ambassador to the United States Cui Tiankai announced the official launch of the US Short-term Scholarship for Credit Students in China. US State Department officials reiterated that they welcome Chinese students to study in the United States.

Cui Tiankai said at the event that since the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and the United States over the past 40 years, the two countries have maintained close economic integration, extensive human and cultural exchanges, and fruitful achievements in educational exchanges and cooperation, which have made important contributions to enhancing China-US friendship. He announced the official launch of the US Short-term Credit Scholarship for Chinese Students, which will support 2,500 American students to study and earn short-term credits in China every year.

Caroline Casagrande, Assistant Secretary of State for the US State Department, said in his speech that the United States welcomes Chinese students and hopes that Chinese students will integrate into the campus culture of the United States, learn together with the United States and other international students, and make progress together.

Casa Grande told reporters from Xinhua News Agency that US President Trump recently welcomed Chinese students to study in the United States. The policy of the US State Department is consistent with this statement.

Former US President Carter also sent a congratulatory letter to the commemorative event, and in the letter recalled the strong support of the two governments for the exchange of international students at the beginning of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and the United States. Carter said in the letter that neither side expected the rapid development of Sino-US educational exchanges to today’s scale. Academic and scientific exchanges between the two countries are important channels for enhancing mutual understanding.

The event was co-organized by the Chinese Embassy in the United States and the Bureau of Culture and Education of the United States Department of State. More than 400 people including officials from relevant departments of the United States Department of State, Carter Center, local educational institutions, and representatives of international students from China and the United States participated in the commemorative event. Representatives of Chinese and American students from different generations, Fulbright Project, Chinese Government Scholarship Program and other representatives of well-known study abroad programs shared their personal experiences and project implementation. The participants discussed topics such as the opportunities and ways of “study in China”, language learning exchanges, study abroad and career development, and alumni network construction.

After the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and the United States on January 1, 1979, they quickly began sending international students to each other. According to the annual report by the American Institute of International Education on the 18th, the number of Chinese students studying in the United States is about 370,000, and the number of American students studying in the mainland is about 12,000.

On December 11, 2009, the European and American Alumni Association, the Chinese Overseas Students Association and the People ’s Daily Overseas Edition co-sponsored the “30th Anniversary of the First Batch of Reform and Opening-up International Students to Study in the United States”. The picture shows the first group of people who went to aesthetics to take a group photo.

The number of students studying abroad has increased from 860 in 1978 to more than 600,000 in 2017. Over the past 40 years of reform and opening up, a total of 5.149 million people have studied abroad.

In the past 40 years, a total of 3.132 million overseas students have returned to China, of which 73.9% have returned since the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, forming the largest “return to the country” since the founding of New China.

The scale of studying abroad in China has increased from more than 1,200 in 1978 to more than 480,000 in 2017. Our country has become the largest destination country for studying abroad in Asia.

Liu Baicheng, a professor at the School of Materials Science and Engineering at Tsinghua University and an academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, who was over 80 years old, still remembers the spotlight on New York Airport on December 27, 1978, US time.

“As soon as we left the gate, we saw that the reporters from the newspapers and TV stations were all here. The spotlights and lights illuminate the airport lobby. Dr. Wu from Peking Union Medical College Hospital read out the statement drafted on the plane on behalf of everyone in English. The last few sentences of the statement were written by me: ‘We are here not only to learn the advanced science and technology of the United States, but also to promote the friendship between the people of China and the United States.’ “On that day, as visiting scholars, Liu Baicheng and 51 Chinese scholars set foot on the soil of the United States.

The tide of studying abroad goes hand in hand with the development of the times.

On June 23, 1978, before the 52 visiting scholars arrived in the United States, Deng Xiaoping made an important instruction to expand the sending of international students, clearly stating: “It is necessary to send tens of thousands of places, not just ten or eight … It is necessary to go wider and wider. “As a result, it opened a new prelude to the opening up of China’s education.

On October 7, the Chinese education delegation to the United States headed by Zhou Peiyuan, the then president of Beijing University, arrived in the United States to “discuss and implement the specific plan for the exchange of international students between China and the United States in the 1978-1979 school year.” A few days later, at the negotiating table in Washington, Zhou Peiyuan said in his speech: “Independence is not about blinding xenophobia, self-reliance is not about closing doors … From the beginning of this school year, we will send a large number of scientific and technical personnel and international students to study abroad. Send what we need, learn what you are good at. “

Two months later, 52 visiting scholars arrived in the United States.

Decades have passed, according to the “2018 US Open Door Report”, the number of Chinese students in the United States in the 2017/18 school year has increased by 3.6% compared to the previous school year, accounting for 33.2% of the total number of international students. The country with the highest number of students.

For 40 years, the international student community has been both a witness and an experiencer of China’s reform and opening up process. With the development of China and the changes in the study abroad policy, more and more Chinese students have taken to overseas, converging into the magnificent wave of studying abroad in Chinese history.

Data from the Ministry of Education show that the scale of studying abroad continues to grow. The number of students studying abroad has increased from 860 in 1978 to more than 600,000 in 2017. Over the past 40 years of reform and opening up, a total of 5.149 million people have studied abroad.

With the continuous expansion of the scale of study abroad, the pattern of studying abroad with ‘public funding as the mainstay’ and ‘self-funded study as the main body’has gradually taken shape. Taking 2017 as an example, the national government sent 31,200 people to study abroad throughout the year, dispatched to 94 countries, and trained a large number of talents and strategic reserve talents with international vision and competitiveness. Unit study abroad is aimed at industry demand, with 35,900 people dispatched, an increase of 119.71%. This year, a total of 541,300 people studied at their own expense, accounting for 88.97% of the total number of students studying abroad.

In 2013, Liu Yuanhui, who was studying at Wuhan University, successfully applied to the National Postgraduate Project of High-level University and went to Paris, France, to study Doctor of Medicine in oncology. The state public funding made Liu Yuanhui “feel lucky.”

Also in 2013, Wang Yun, who graduated from a college in Shanxi, boarded a plane to London, England. “That was the first time I took a plane. I never thought I had the opportunity to study abroad, and it felt like a dream.” Wang Yun is studying abroad at his own expense. The money saved frugally is used for my study abroad. “

After arriving in the UK, Wang Yun found that many Chinese students in the class were working families. “Our generation is really lucky.” Wang Yun said.

Studying abroad has opened the door for Chinese people to go to the world. It is an important way to train high-level talents and serve the national strategy. It is also an important means to deepen Sino-foreign cultural exchanges and enhance the country’s soft power.

“Recalling the 40 years of magnificent historical process of reform and opening up, education has played an important role.” Education Minister Chen Bao pointed out before his birthday, “Education is open to the outside world in an all-round way, education has become a bright business card for our country to increasingly approaching the center of the world stage. “

Ideal aspirations integrated into national development.

Corresponding to the wave of studying abroad is the “return to the country”, overseas knowledge, learning to return to the country has become the choice of more and more overseas students. Data show that in the past 40 years, a total of 3.132 million students studying abroad have returned to China, accounted for 73.9% since the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, forming the largest “return to the country” since the founding of New China.

A large number of outstanding returnees have become leaders in China’s science and technology, education, economy, culture and other fields, and have contributed to the development of the motherland.

At the end of the 1970s, while studying in the United States, Liu Baicheng was asked at a symposium with middle school students in the United States, “How do you feel about the United States?”

“After arriving in the United States, I learned a lot of advanced scientific and technological knowledge.” Liu Baicheng replied.

“Will you stay in the United States?” The American middle school student asked again.

Liu Baicheng sang an English song he learned as a child to respond to this question: “Home, Sweet Home” (“Sweet Hometown”).

When the song stops, the audience applauded. Recalling this experience, Liu Baicheng said: “Thinking of the country’s cultivation and the people’s expectations of me, return to the country and serving the motherland, my belief is very firm.”

In 1981, Liu Baicheng returned to China as scheduled. After returning to China, he led the team to achieve a number of innovative achievements in the frontier field of foundry alloy physical metallurgy, and opened up a new field of research that uses multi-scale modeling and simulation technology to improve the technical level of the traditional casting industry …

The forerunner pioneered the way, the latter continued. Learning to serve the country is the lofty ideal and ambition of generations of Chinese students studying aboard.

In December 1999, Li Yanhong, who was studying in the United States, was packing up at his home in the United States, preparing to return to China to start a business. In early 2000, Baidu was formally established in Zhongguancun. On August 5, 2005, Baidu was listed on NASDAQ. Today, Baidu has developed into the world’s largest Chinese search engine.

“In many recruitment occasions abroad, including in the Silicon Valley of the United States, I have repeatedly said this: with the ever-changing user needs, for the world’s top technical talents, China will be the best stage for them to realize the dream of ‘technology changes the world'” Li Yanhong’s recollection of his entrepreneurial history was gradually confirmed by time.

Yan Wangjia, who returned to China three years earlier than Li Yanhong after obtaining a Ph.D. in the University of Pennsylvania in 1996 founded Venus Star Information Technology Co., Ltd.

Yan Wangjia had his own considerations regarding the choice of the entrepreneurial field: although China’s Internet is developing rapidly, it is also facing the problem of relatively lagging network security technology. Network security technology requires long-term exploration and accumulation, in a sense, it is even a major event related to national development.

Regarding the decision to return to the country to start a business at the time, Yan Wangjia said: “Among so many returnees, I am an ordinary member. It is a true happiness to serve the motherland on the land where

I was born. No one wants to be a watcher of the changes in the historical process of the motherland. There is a complex in our hearts, that is, to start a business and serve the country.”

From politics, economy to education, culture and other fields, the returnees can be seen everywhere, Huang Danian who opened the door of the earth, Pan Jianwei quantum physicist… They integrated their personal ideals into national development.

In the new generation of Chinese international students, the number of people who choose to return to China after studying abroad is also rising. In their view, it is China’s development that provides unprecedented opportunities for overseas students.

The research direction of Liu Yuanhui, who is studying in France, is liver cancer. He hopes to bring the results he found and skills he gained during his research in France to the motherland to contribute to the health and well-being of the people. Wang Yun, who has returned to work in China, believes that national development is closely related to personal career. After returning to China, I feel more at home, happy, and accomplished.

“Study in China” brand gradually forms

Chen Baosheng pointed out that in the past 40 years, the opening up of education to the outside world has shown a situation of simultaneous expansion of studying abroad and returning home, growth of studying abroad and studying for degrees in China, as well as improvement of “introducing” and “going out”. The scale of studying abroad in China has increased from more than 1,200 in 1978 to more than 480,000 in 2017. Our country has become the largest destination country for studying abroad in Asia.

According to data from the Ministry of Education, a total of 204 foreign students from various countries and regions studied in 935 colleges and universities in the country in 2017. Among them, there are about 75,800 masters and doctoral students, an increase of 18.62% over 2016.

Li Kesi from Nigeria became a student of Capital Normal University in September this year. Before that, she had studied Chinese for half a year in Beijing, but the charm of Chinese culture makes Li Kesi want to “remain and stay” in China. “I don’t want to stop at learning Chinese, and I want to understand Chinese culture. Only in this way can I say that I understand China.”

Li Kesi also took Guqin class after school, “I hope to learn more about the profound Chinese culture in a limited time.”

The attractiveness of Chinese government scholarships continues to increase, leading to a high level and high quality development in the international study in China. Taking 2017 as an example, a total of 58,600 Chinese government scholarship students from 180 countries studied in China, accounting for 11.97% of the total students. Among them, 51,600 were undergraduate students, accounting for 88.02% of the total number of scholarship students, and 40,800 are master and postgraduate students, accounting for 69.57% of the total number of scholarship students, an increase of 20.06% over 2016.

Musi from Benin, Africa, is a Chinese government scholarship recipient and a graduate of financial management major of Tianjin University in 2018. “China’s development is very fast, and the level of higher education is getting better and better. Studying in China has fulfilled my dream. I hope to use the knowledge and abilities that I have obtained in Tiantian University to do something for China-Africa friendship and hometown construction. “Mus said.

It is worth noting that the distribution of international students in China is more reasonable, and the number of students studying liberal arts still ranks the first, accounting for 48.45% of the total number of students; the number of students studying engineering, management, science, arts, and agriculture has increased significantly, with a year-on-year increase all exceed 20%. In addition, among the international students coming to China in 2017, self-supporting students reached 430,600, accounting for 88.03% of the total.

Russian girl Li Ya, who is studying for a graduate student in business management at Nankai University, hopes to stay in China after graduation.

Speaking of his connection with China, Li Ya agrees to the description from friends —— China is quite enjoyable, and Chinese is very interesting. After graduating from high school, she had the idea of learning Chinese, so she applied to study Chinese at Yanshan University in Hebei Province. Two years later, the course ended, but Li Ya became more and more fond of China, so she chose to stay at Yanshan University and became an undergraduate majoring in international trade.

In addition, with the increase of China’s international influence, more and more people have developed a strong interest in Chinese language and Chinese culture. Since 2004, China has begun to explore the establishment of non-profit organizations overseas to teach Chinese and spread Chinese culture —— Confucius Institute.

In the 14 years since its founding, the Confucius Institute has started with language and used culture exchange as an important window for the world to understand China. Statistics show that up to now, 154 Confucius Institutes and 1193 Confucius Classrooms in primary and secondary schools have been established in 154 countries and regions, with a total of 11 million face-to-face trainees.

Speaking of the Confucius Institute, Dai Danyi, a 66-year-old student at the Confucius Institute at George Mason University in the United States, said: “The Confucius Institute closely connects China and the people of the world and

promotes language communication and connection of people ’s hearts. This is the contribution of Confucius Institute to all mankind. “

Keith Bonnet, former president of the University of Sheffield and director of the Confucius Institute Headquarters Council, likened the Confucius Institute to a bridge: “The Chinese teachers and employees of the Confucius Institute are excellent civilian ambassadors. Through them, people from communities around the world have felt the friendliness and dedication of China.

“The Confucius Institute is a product of China’s education reform, opening up and going global, and a successful example of educational exchanges and cooperation between China and other countries in the world.” Tian Xuejun, deputy minister of education, commented.

“People’s Daily Overseas Edition” (10th edition, December 18, 2018)

In this article, it shows the essence of sending overseas students to the United States “to send us what we need, to learn from your strengths”.

Starting from the 52 publicly funded international students who arrived in the United States in 1978, to 2019 when the number of Chinese students studying in the US from mainland China reaches about 370,000, and the number of American students studying in mainland China is about 12,000.

Such change is consistent with what has been described in the “List of Results of the Seventh Round of High-level Consultations on Humanities Exchanges between China and the United States,” in 2016, the US education and technology have opened all doors to China.

However, China is still a mysterious world for the United States.

What is more worthy of consideration is that the 12,000 foreign students who came to China were subsidized by the Chinese government. Their purpose of coming to China is not to learn Chinese technology, but more as a witness to learn the culture and language of the Chinese Communist Party, and prove the great achievements of the CCP’s leadership of the country and the legitimacy of the CCP as a ruling party, or help the CCP to smear the painted skin around it.

The reason for this result is that Americans use their own money (the CCP ’s huge foreign exchange reserves mainly come from trade with the United States), their own schools, their professors, and their own laboratories to cultivate talents for the CCP, and ultimately these scientific and technological talents participate in the manufacture of biological genetic weapons to kill Americans. The root of all this is that the evil essence of the CCP is covered by hypocrisy, but since its essence is the devil, so its omnipotent and unscrupulous idea of unrestricted warfare evolved into despicable means of BGY.

The reason why Qiao Liang’s book “Unlimited Warfare” published in 1999 has attracted widespread attention in the world is not only because it foretells a new mode of war like 911, but ambitions people like Communist China Empire cannot hold back inner excitement and warned the United States in 1999 that future wars will be ubiquitous, including finance, trade, cyber hacking, media, and international law, battlefield can be anytime and anywhere.

The “generalization” of war in the future is the inevitable, cyber warfare, resource warfare, media warfare, financial warfare, and cultural warfare, all these fields will become fierce battlefields in the future. The war has far exceeded the scope of military uniformed soldiers, aircraft and artillery. China must treat all areas militarized and accept that a large number of non-military personnel without military uniforms are the key to unrestrictions and anti-unrestrictions. The government must intervene in all areas of invisible warfare as soon as possible.

At the same time, it also mentioned that unrestricted warfare is not a new term unfamiliar to the Chinese Communist Party. Although the exact term was not used in the civil war of the Kuomintang and the Communist Party, it used many prototypes of unrestricted warfare to fight against Chiang Kai-shek ’s traditional military war.

That is to say, the Chinese Communist Party has already defeated Chiang Kai-shek with an unrestricted war and won the political power. It will surely use the unrestricted war to win the United States and the world.

This is definitely not a prophecy. According to the theory of unrestricted warfare, the war between China and the United States has already begun, and in 2016, CCP have seen the dawn of victory. A large number of soldiers without military uniforms have landed in the United States. The scale of victory between the CCP and the United States in the financial battlefield, media battlefield, cyberwarfare, cultural battlefield, and resource battlefield has been tilted.

Therefore, the unrestricted battle is the essential goal of BGY, which is to use all means to overcome the enemy to win on the battlefield. Of course, you can’t see soldiers on this battlefield, because under the leadership of the party, everything is in the battlefield, and all people are soldiers who do not wear military uniforms.

It can be said that the CCP has managed to set up the unrestricted war. This is not their invention, but their essence. They won the regime by kidnapping the people. This time they will kidnap Americans the same way, but will they succeed this time?

The essence of BGY is “deception + profit buying + evil kidnapping”. Since the purpose of the BGY method is to steal technology and talent, it will definitely create a hypocritical face through media control, “We are here for peace, we are here for friendship, and we should treat Chinese equally in the high-tech field. “All sorts of kindness arguments are at the heart of worrying about, on the one hand, not being able to access the core technology and data, and on the other hand preparing for the time for action.

This is followed by using huge profit to buy, and at the same time, it will pull you to do bad things, such as making a gossip, producing perverted behaviour, etc., while retaining this evidence.

Hence, on one side there is a huge temptation of interests, and on the other a threat of infamy, so which path can you choose? The method is common for the Communist Party, it is not only used in the unrestricted war against the United States, but also used often in internal fights within the party.

Let’s look at the following five BGY characters related to P4 Lab.

Shu Hongbing and Wang Yanyi

The story about Shu Hongbing and Wang Yanyi has been excavated in the first season by DT, hence will not be repeated here. Here we sort out the relationship between this story and the blue (B) and golden (G). Let ’s first read an article in the media within the firewall. This article helps in disentangling many facts.

Title: Wang Yanyi-from an excellent Cello Special Enrollment in Peking University to the Director of Wuhan Life Science Research Institute Release Time 11th March

Wang Yanyi, the star director of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, became the youngest person in charge of the Institute of Chinese Academy of Sciences at the age of 37. It is such a national master who has published more than 30 SCIs, but his starting point of scientific research is from the cello.

According to public information, Wang Yanyi is an outstanding graduate who graduated from the famous Xi’an Tieyi Middle School in 2000. Because of his talents and accomplishments in cello performance, he was admitted to the Biology department as a special arts student by Peking University..

This is Wang Yanyi’s first magnificent crossover from cello art specialty student to Peking University science student!

While Wang Yanyi stepped into the Peking University, Shu Hongbing, who returned from the University of Colorado in the United States, also accepted the olive branch from Peking University and entered the School of Life Sciences appointed as Distinguished Professor of Changjiang by the Ministry of Education. Following these events, Wang Yanyi and his teacher Shu Hongbing, who is 14-year-older began to get acquainted with each other.

It is all written in the stars. After graduating from Peking University, Wang Yanyi went to the University of Colorado where her teacher Shu Hongbing worked to study for a master’s degree. At this time, Professor Shu Hongbing has moved to Wuhan University to become the dean of the School of Life Sciences.

When the affection lasts, they cannot wait to see each other. After receiving a master’s degree in immunology, Wang Yanyi met again with her teacher at the School of Life Sciences of Wuhan University. She has been quickly hired as an associate professor of Wuhan University and studied for a doctorate in microbiology at Wuhan University.

In the meantime, their relationship developed further, and they finally broke the secular barriers, Wang Yanyi became Shu Hongbing’s fourth wife and also completed the second crossover from a student to a lover!

In 2011, Shu Hongbing was elected as an academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and became the youngest academician in the field of life sciences at that time. Shortly after being elected, Shu Hongbing was promoted to vice president of Wuhan University. Wang Yanyi entered the Wuhan Institute of Virology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2012 from Wuhan University, and became the youngest researcher at the Institute. At that time, no one expected that a newcomer at about 30 years old would be able to jump to the position of director after just 6 years.

In 2018, Wang Yanyi became the director of the Wuhan Institute of Virology, Chinese Academy of Sciences and became the youngest director in history. She was successively selected into the National Distinguished Young scholars and Ten Thousand Talents Program, and was commended as the “Outstanding Youth” of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the “May Fourth Youth” of Hubei Province.

As husband and wife, Shu Hongbing and Wang Yanyi worked together, not only co-authored many research papers in the top international academic journals such as Cell sub-journals, but also jointly launched the Shuanghuanglian oral solution to the public, which has won praise from the society. They became star scientists.

From the cello art specialty recruited by Peking University to the youngest director of the Institute of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Wang Yanyi’s three “nirvana” cross-border tells everyone: as long as you are down-to-earth and yearning, you can not only play music, but also move to the peak of the medical world!

From 2000 to 2004, Wang Yanyi studied at the School of Life Sciences of Peking University and obtained a bachelor’s degree.

From 2000 to 2004, Shu Hongbing was appointed as the Distinguished Professor of the Changjiang Scholars Program at the School of Life Sciences, Peking University.

From 2004 to 2006, Wang Yanyi studied immunology at the Department of Immunology, University of Colorado School of Medicine, and obtained a master’s degree.

From 1998 to 2005, Shu Hongbing has been teaching in the Department of Immunology, University of Colorado School of Medicine, from assistant professor to associate professor.

From 2007 to 2010, Wang Yanyi studied for a doctorate in the Department of Microbiology, School of Life Sciences, Wuhan University, and obtained a doctorate.

From 2005 to 2013, Shu Hongbing served as professor and dean of the School of Life Sciences of Wuhan University.

Checking Wang Yanyi’s academic papers: there are 24 mainstream academic papers, including 18 published as the 11th authors. For normal papers, or for team papers, even the 5th author is basically counted as titular author. What is the significance of the 11th author? In the case she is a corresponding author, almost all are signed together with Shu Hongbing.

We will not show more details about Wang Yanyi and Shu Hongbing. For more information, please see the excavation article in the first season. On the basis of this article, we seek to sort out a few key points:

A According to Shu Hongbing’s statement in “[Cuiying Memories] I was studying at the University of Lanzhou. Time: 10:00 December 7, 2013. Location: Academician Shu Hongbing’s Office, School of Life Sciences, Wuhan University”:

Shu Hongbing grew up in the countryside and his family had financial difficulites. His mother died when he was less than 9 years old, his youngest brother at that time was just 20 days old. He has two younger sisters who were by then under 3 and 5 years old.

In 1983, as the first place in the college entrance examination (479 points) Shu Hongbing was admitted to the Department of Zoology of Lanzhou University. At the University of Lanzhou, he was awarded a class A bursary, 21 yuan per month which was his entire financial income.

When I graduated from the university in 1987, he was entrusted as a graduate student of Tong Yunxu because of his excellent grades. However, due to the unsatisfactory sports performance, I chose to apply for a master’s degree in cell biology in Peking Union Medical College, and his graduate tutor was Professor Zhang Jingbo. I became his first graduate student with a top first grade. Half a year later, my tutor went to Canada as a senior visiting scholar to study. As a result, most of my graduate studies are done without tutors.

In 1990, after graduating from graduate school, I went to work at the University of Michigan Medical Center. I did not go abroad for the purpose of going abroad. I know that to do scientific research well, one must go abroad to receive good scientific research training, and get in touch with cutting-edge and cutting-edge fields. However, at that time, the country stipulated that graduate students could only study abroad five years after graduation, whereas there no time restriction on working abroad. So I took the detour, first went to the United States with a skilled worker visa, and then becomes a research assistant in a laboratory at the University of Michigan Medical Center.

Two years later (1992), I became a doctoral student majoring in cell and developmental biology at Emory University. It took me only two years and eight months to get a Ph.D. Obtaining a doctorate in such a short time is a record in the field of life sciences at Emory University in the United States.

1995 I went on doing post-doctorate after completing the Ph.D. The postdoctoral tutor David Goeddel is a very well-known pioneer in the field of biotechnology. He became an academician of the American Academy of Sciences at about 41 years old. This person is extraordinary. He was the first to develop the world’s first batch of genetically engineered products, such as insulin, growth hormone, and tPA. In fact, it is even more difficult to apply for a postdoctoral position in the world’s top laboratory, yet I received a invited postdoctoral opportunity from the Goeddel laboratory. Later, I learned that my doctoral supervisor secretly wrote for me a recommendation letter of three and a half pages. The recommendation letter has one sentence that touched Goeddel: This is a man with a mission.

After completing the postdoctoral training, I worked briefly in a company for a year,

From 1998 to 2003, I returned to school and went to the Utah Medical Research Center and the Department of Immunology of the University of Colorado School of Medicine as an assistant professor to set up my own laboratory.

From 2003 to 2005 soon, and promoted to associate professor four years later;

The experience described in this article is basically true, so the key point is that Shu Hongbing is indeed a genius in scientific research, he has the learning ability that ordinary people do not have, and has received appreciation and attention of almost all the tutors he met, but it also exposed the time Shu Hongbing entered the sight of the organization: it was the time when he was a postgraduate of cell biology at Peking Union Medical College and lacked a tutor to guide his research.

The name of the laboratory where Shu Hongbing was a graduate student was “State Key Laboratory of Medical Molecular Biology”. The “State Key Laboratory of Medical Molecular Biology” was established on the basis of the Department of Biochemistry of Peking Union Medical College; the only comprehensive open laboratory in the field of medical research in China at that time.

It was formally approved by the State Planning Commission in March 1991 for preparations, and officially approved for “opening while building” in April 1992, and passed the national acceptance in November 1993.

The current director of the laboratory is Academician Liu Depei, the honorary director of the laboratory is academician Wang Linfang, and the director of the academic committee is academician Qiang Boqin.

The labotory contains 5 academicians from the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the Chinese Academy of Engineering, 10 received the award from the National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars, 4 from the Chang Jiang Scholars Award Program of the Ministry of Education, 4 from the Ten Thousand Talents Program, and 6 from the Ten Million New Century Talents Project.

There are 97 fixed laboratory staff, 32 with senior professional titles, 23 with deputy senior titles, 34 with intermediate titles, and the young people under 45 years old account for 76.2%.

It can be said that because of his academic performance, Shu Hongbing has gained attention of many policy makers in science and technology. From this point in time, he officially entered the sight of the organization. Then the subsequent experience of going abroad becomes logical, although in his statement, studying abroad is described as a personal behavior, but given his family’s financial statues, where is the money come from, his skilled labor visa is only a route to go abroad. His purpose is to go abroad to study, hence he did not have to worry about the money.

The highly intense study and research would give him no time to work and earn money. Therefore, Shu Hongbing’s expenses from university to master’s degree to doctoral degree are all funded by someone.

So who discovered and recommended the genius Shu Hongbing to the organization, surely the specific person is been kept secret.

Of course, there are strict procedures for selecting talents and using talents. It can be said that from the day Shu Hongbing thought that his destiny was changed by entering the university, he had already been chosen because everything is because of the party. It was the party that got him out of poverty, got him money, beauty, honor. Yet he may never have thought about what caused his childhood poverty? Of course, he had no time to think about this, because he has become a grind, similar to Zhao Yongfang, looking forward to changing fate through knowledge.

B According to Shu Hongbing’s statement, he became Peking University’s Distinguished Professor of Chang Jiang Scholars at the end of 1999. From 1999 to 2005, I worked for two years in both laboratories in Peking University and the United States. It was at this time he met Wang Yanyi.

In September 2000, Wang Yanyi enrolled in the Department of Biology, Peking University School of Life Sciences with a cello playing specialty. Shu Hongbing was her university teacher.

Shu Hongbing was hired at Peking University to set up a “Cell Signaling Research Laboratory”.

From the resume of Shu Hongbing ’s doctoral student Professor Wu Min during this period, we know that during this period, Shu Hongbing and Academician Zhai Zhonghe presided over the research work together.

Zhai Zhonghe is from Liyang, Jiangsu, a Chinese cell biologist, and a professor in the Department of Biology of Peking University. In 1956 graduated from the Department of Biology of the Leningrad University of the Soviet Union. In 1991, he was elected as a member of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (academician). Well, being able to host laboratory research with such a person, Shu Hongbing ’s importance to the research and the organization ’s trust in it can be imagined.

In 1999, the president of Peking University was Chen Jiaer, the president of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Lu Yongxiang, and Jiang Mianheng who was transferred to be the vice president of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

The relationship between entering the Peking University as a special professor through the Chang Jiang Scholar Award Program supported by the Li Ka Shing Foundation was finally revealed. Of course, another key figure has appeared in the Chinese Academy of Sciences in 1999, it was Jiang Zemin ’s god son, Wang Enge. In 1999, 42-year-old Wang Enge became the director of the Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences.

Fortunately, in the “Shanghai Reform” magazine, we found the description of academician Shu Hongbing being selected as a specially appointed professor of Peking University School of Life Sciences:

“When introducing Dr. Shu Hongbing, who is currently working at the National Jewish Medical and Research Center, Professor Zhou Zengquan, the dean of the School of Life Sciences at Peking University, took out a stack of letters that he translated and printed. That was just 3 … Then, he also said earnestly: “China’s colleges, wanting to become a world-class university, need such a group of teachers “.

Then the Bole (talent scout) who discovered Shu Hongbing was the person suggested to print “Hello Xiaoping”over the banner in 1984 to celebrate the 35th anniversary of the founding of the country at Tiananmen Square.

Hence we can draw conclusions in the recommended unit of Shu Hongbing, a distinguished professor of Changjiang Scholars in 1999, and final list of possible decision makers (Zhou Zengquan, Chen Jiaer, Lu Yongxiang, Jiang Mianheng) that, the list of hired professors is not chosen randomly in the first, second and third batch, and must have some purpos,

It was at that time that Shu Hongbing was basically determined to be one of the main heads of the “State Key Laboratory of Virology”, and Wang Yanyi was destined to become the director of the “Wuhan Virus Research Institute” because all was organized. Arrangement.

Therefore, Rao Yi and Shi Yigong will inevitably lose to Shu Hongbing in the academician’s additional election, because their importance to the organization is far less than Shu Hongbing’s proportion. Regarding Rao Yi questioning Shu Hongbing in the media and Fang Zhouzi questioning this academician co-election, DT will have a special excavation article to analyze, here is just to remind everyone, at least at that time, Rao Yi, Shi Yigong, Shu Hongbing, Rao Zihe and Fang Zhouzi all have the same, and everything is just acting.

C Wang Yanyi went to the United States to study is because of Shu Hongbing, of course not for love, but for this person.

Shu Hongbing graduated from college in 1987 and went to the United States in 1990. By the year of 2000, it has been 13 years. Of course, given the childhood provery his pursue in prosperity and wealth would certainly not extinguish, so it is not surprising that Wang Yanyi became his wife from a mistress, having a “teacher student love”, it is also possible for Wang to become the third or fourth wife.

It was revealed on the Weiming forum of Peking University that ” During Wang’s undergraduate studies at Peking University, Shu often invited her to complete the laboratory and began pursuing Wang. At that time, Shu had a family. After the two have confirmed the relationship, Shu divorced his ex-wife.”

The key is, if Wang is an ordinary talent, is it worth Shu Hongbing to divorce his American wife? Wang Yanyi must have the charm that ordinary girls do not have, because no matter the look, talent or wealth, from the public information, she is no good as Shi Yigong’s student Yan Ning, and not as good as Zhao Yongfang in academic research.

Therefore, it is not Shu Hongbing who chose Wang Yanyi, but Wang Yanyi chose Shu Hongbing. Of course, this is definitely not a story of Cinderella meeting her prince and turning into a princess, but a true story of an ugly duckling, but Shu Hongbing knows that this ugly duckling is a swan.

D Regarding Shu Hongbing ’s return to Wuhan University, it has been revealed in Guo Deyin ’s reminiscence article that we learned more details through the excavated Biography of Academician Tian Bo:

After the death of virologist Gao Shangyin (founder of Wuhan Virology Institute) of Wuhan University in 1989, the leader of Wuhan University hired Tian Bo to take charge of the Department of Virology of Wuhan University Student Academy of Sciences through Wu Jianguo, a student of Academician Tian Bo in the US. Tian Bo readily agreed to become the commander of the development of the virology department at Wuhan University.

Academician Tian Bo ’s main contributions include: 1. Propose the transfer of research focus from traditional insect viruses, plant viruses to medical viruses,

especially newly emerging infectious disease viruses (note that SARS has not yet broken out at this time)

2. It is proposed to establish a three-level biosafety laboratory (P3 laboratory) in the newly built life science building at that time, and build a modern virus research center on this basis (that is, the State Key Laboratory of Virology of the Ministry of Education)

3. Talent training not only teaches and trains graduate students in person, but also introduces two students Guo Deyin and Wu Jianguo to return to China to teach.

According to the memories of Shu Hongbing in the book, Academician Tian Bo was not his supporter on the list of President Shu Hongbing’s appointment in 2005, but he was very supportive and cooperative with his work after taking office.

These three points basically prove that Tian Bo is performing a national strategic level task, and this task is related to the Department of Virology of Wuhan University Academy of Sciences and Wuhan Virus Research Institute, whether it is Shu Hongbing ’s 2005 overseas presidential election campaign speeches or the return of Guo Deyin and Wu Jianguo to China, were both arranged and designed by the organnisationn.

Therefore, Shu Hongbing’s return to China in 2005 as president of the Wuhan University Academy of Sciences is the only option, and he must also return.

Of course, the leader of Wuhan University has to show that they are hiring by going to the United States.

At the beginning of 2005, Wuhan University openly recruited the Dean of the College of Life Sciences at home and abroad. At the end of August, Shu Hongbing, a cell biology expert, took up this post.

In 2006, Wang Yanyi graduated with a master’s degree and returned from the United States to teach at the College of Life Sciences of Wuhan University. In 2007, as a student of Academician Tian Bo, she continued to pursue a doctorate.

Shu Hongbing’s return to China and took the post as a dean of Wuhan University Academy of Sciences with an annual salary of over one million were arranged by the organization.

Then how about Wang Yanyi, of course, it is also an organizational arrangement for her return to the country, including her final appointment as the director of the Wuhan Virus Research Institute. Wang Yanyi’s doctorate degree and she as a student of Tian Bo is to lay the foundation of the for her position as the head of the Wuhan Virus Institute.

On December 30, 2016, 10 years after Wang Yanyi returned to China, she served as the deputy director of Wuhan Virus Research Institute.

Appointment notice:

On December 30, the Wuhan Institute of Virology held an individual adjustment meeting for the leadership team. The Party Branch Secretary and Vice President Chen Pingping of the Wuhan Branch announced the decision of the Chinese Academy of Sciences that Wang Yanyi was appointed as the deputy director of the Wuhan Institute of Virology. The meeting was chaired by Hong Chenghao, Director of the Organization and Personnel Department of Wuhan Branch.

After reading the appointment decision, Chen Pingping made three hopes to the deputy director Wang Yanyi: First, properly handle the relationship between personal development and the development of the institute, and put the management work at first, and second, continuous to accumulate management experience, bold management, and strengthen communication and exchanges with employees at all levels of the institute.

The third is to establish scientific and technological values for scientific and technological innovation in response to national needs, and guide the scientific and technological development concept of the majority of scientists.

Hoping that Wang Yanyi can seize the opportunity with other members of the team and realize the leap-forward development of the institute in the new development period. Wang Yanyi first of all thanked the leaders and leaders of the branch and their colleagues for their vigorous support and help in their work.

In the future, they will improve themselves in the four aspects of learning, pragmatism, affairs and integrity, and strive to maintain the unity of the team and do their best, and to create a new glory for the Institute.

Finally, Director Chen Xinwen welcomed the new members to join, inject new blood into the leadership team, and added vitality. Hoping Wang Yanyi can make bold innovations and work together with the team members to create a better future for the institute.

This decision is definitely not made under the influence of Shu Hongbing. Shu Hongbing’s role can only be an accomplice, not the real controller.

Of course, academician Tian Bo only has the right to make recommendations, otherwise the president of the Academy of Health Sciences would not be Shu Hongbing but Guo Deyin or Wu Jianguo.

On the other hand, it also shows the importance of the task they are performing. The confidentiality is high, and more people are required to participate to ensure the completion of the plan. This protection is not an organizational distrust of Tian Bo, otherwise he will not support and help Shu Hongbing obediently and personally as a mentor to his wife.田波院士1931年出生,2006年他已年届75岁,早已到了退休年龄。Academician Tian Bo was born in 1931. He was 75 years old in 2006 and has already reached retirement age.

Therefore, if Shu Hongbing had already become the person selected by the organization when he was studying for a master’s degree, then it must be a senior person who took a fancy to the young talent born in poverty, who looks like the twin of Comrade Jiang Mianheng. Then the appearance of Wang Yanyi at Peking University and the encounter of Shu Hongbing is a designed marriage, the purpose is to completely bind this talented scientist through the physical and genital relationship of marriage. Therefore, all the subsequent design and experience are in line with the logic of the CCP organization — the core personnel are bound by genitals, which is what Mr. Wen Gui said about the concept of using “genitals” to govern the country.

DT guessed that Shu Hongbing finally became a gang member of the “son-in-law” of this organization through his own efforts. Since then, he can make great achievements, and they already have their descendants, a four-year-old daughter. Unfortunately, he stays in low-key, and cannot reveal who is his father-in-law. So, Wang Yanyi, whose daughter is this female scientist from Xi’an, Shanxi?

Bind the core scientists in the organization through the genitals, this is the first BGY story, of course, this way of binding does not require creating a scandal, under this scenario, the the bound person becomes one of them.

On December 29, 2016, the day before Wang Yanyi was appointed deputy director, a deputy director of the Wuhan Virus Institute went to Shanghai to serve as the director. Everything is so coincidence, of course, this person is in our list of “Hundred-Talennt Program”, this person is Tang Ping! Another key figure surfaced.

On the afternoon of December 29, the Shanghai Institute of Pasteur of the Chinese Academy of Sciences held a new director appointment ceremony.

Wang Jianyu, Secretary of the Party Group and Vice President of the Shanghai Branch of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and Secretary of the Party Committee of the Shanghai District, Chen Pingping, Secretary of the Party Group and Vice President of the Wuhan Branch of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and Secretary of the Party Committee of the Directly Affiliated Units; Cao Jinghua, Director of the International Cooperation Bureau of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and Wu Yan, Director of the European Cooperation Department Leaders attended. More than 70 people including members of the leadership team of Shanghai Pasteur Institute and employees attended the ceremony. The ceremony was presided over by Yao Yaping, Director of the Organizational Personnel Division of the Shanghai Branch.

Issue letter of appointment

At the appointment ceremony, Wang Jianyu and Cao Jinghua respectively issued letters of appointment to the new director Tang Hong and the new joint research director An Ruizhang (Fernando Arenzana-Seisdedos). Wang Jianyu read out the decision of the Chinese Academy of Sciences on the removal of Sun Bing and Jiang Weihong, and awarded them honorary certificates.

Sun Bing and Jiang Weihong congratulated the two new directors in their speeches, thanked the team and colleagues for their support and help during their tenure, and wished the new director of Shanghai Pasteur to achieve greater development under his leadership. In his speech, Chen Pingping introduced Tang Hong’s achievements during his tenure at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, and raised earnest expectations. Tang Hong and An Ruizhang thanked the Party Group of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, the Shanghai Branch Party Group and the Shanghai Pasteur Institute Council for their trust in their speeches. They stated that they will work hard with colleagues in new positions to overcome difficulties and write a new chapter in the development of the institute.

Director Cao Jinghua pointed out in his speech that Shanghai Pasteur has made active and fruitful explorations in building open and cooperative, world-class scientific research institutes. He emphasized that the Chinese Academy of Sciences attaches great importance to cooperation with the Pasteur Institute in France. Both parties have a broad cooperation foundation and a world of development. He hopes that the new leadership team of Shanghai Pasteur will continue to follow the road of Sino-French cooperation and coordinated development. Go farther and do better.

On behalf of the party group of the Shanghai Branch, Wang Jianyu expressed gratitude for the hard work of the previous leadership team and congratulated the new team members on their arrival.

He highly affirmed the work achievements of Sun Bing and Jiang Weihong, and thanked them for their selfless dedication to the development of the Institute. He hoped that the new team in the future would shoulder the important task of leading and advancing the construction and development of the Institute and strengthen the self-construction of leading bodies and the construction of cadre ranks; construct and improve the management system and mechanism in line with the situation construction, strengthening the “13th Five-Year Plan” and giving play to the characteristics of international cooperation. Explore and build an innovative cultural atmosphere in which Chinese and Western cultures are tolerant, coexisting and compatible; strengthen the construction of talent team; pay attention to the growth of young scientific and technological core staff and graduate students; guarantee and promote the institute to implement the “first action” plan with a strict style, and actively integrate into the construction of the Shanghai Science and Technology Innovation Center.

Appointment of Wang Yanyi and Tang Ping seemingly indicates that Tang Ping made Wang Yanyi the position of deputy director available, but when Tang Ping appeared on the list of “Hundred Talents”, and Wang Yanyi appeared at Peking University and eventually became the wife of Shu Hongbing, the meaning of everything became different. This is because the entire layout has been outlined, and the person behind it was completely exposed by the use of these two people. The most important core force, Shanghai Pasteur, finally revealed. Although we have doubts about Lan Ke ’s appointment of the Wuhan University P3 laboratory, Lan Ke ’s adjustment is merely control while this appointment in 2016 is the key, because there was an outbreak of swine fever virus in 2016, and the P4 laboratory is close to being ready.

This point is not the main focus of this article, we will continue to disclose in the next article.

Zhao Yongfang and Cao Yu

After Zhao Yongfang’s death, the domestic media actually began to hype it in 2020, and a mainstream propaganda said she was assassinated by American agents. This has became the so-called truth of the death of Zhao Yongfang. Let’s look at a report:

Some of the characters to remember

The most ridiculous joke “Science knows no borders.”

The most likely Chinese scientist to win the Nobel Prize-Zhang Shousheng

Zhang Shousheng, top scientist, chief disciple of Yang Zhenning. He won the European Physics Award in 2010, won all the heavyweight awards in the physics community in 2013, and won the Franklin Award in 2014. He is known as the first Chinese who is most likely to win the Nobel Prize! In September of this year, he was commissioned by Huawei to study Chinese chips and achieved a major breakthrough. The day before the chip technology conference, Zhang Shousheng died in the United States. The American police gave an explanation: depression suicide! 55 years old.

The Pioneer of Research on the Structure of Biomacromolecules in China——Zhao Yongfang

Zhao Yongfang, team leader of the Institute of Biology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, and team leader of the State Key Laboratory.

In 2013, she was the winner of the National Youth Youth Plan.Mainly engaged in the study of the relationship between membrane protein structure and function. Zhao Yongfang’s research will make up for the gap in our country in this field.

In 2016, after studying abroad at Columbia University, she thanked her tutor and the US government for retaining her and determined to go back to China. That night, Zhao Yongfang rolled down the stairs at her home in the United States and died of invalid rescue. She was 39 years old!

Genius Thermonuclear Physics Expert of Chinese Academy of Sciences——Xiao Xiang

Xiao Xiang, PhD of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, is known as a genius thermonuclear expert of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, the next generation of nuclear physics successor!

e is one of the most important scientists in my country’s nuclear-powered submarine research!

At the same time, he plays a key role in our country’s nuclear-powered aircraft carrier!

In 2009, an Air France A330 aircraft disappeared from Brazil to Paris. Without any warning information, the cause of the crash has not yet been identified and he is only 35 years old!

Math genius, China’s Bill Gates——Ren Wei

Ren Wei, a doctoral student in mathematics at the University of Chicago, USA, is still a lecturer in the Department of Mathematics at the University of Chicago.

In the field of mathematics, he is known as a rare genius in a century.

He has developed unique algorithms in the field of computers. His research results can greatly enhance our country’s military technology, which will greatly improve the entire development of China, but this top mathematician died inexplicably on the eve of returning home! The American side gave an explanation for suicide. Only 26 years old.

If there is no common sense, after reading the report, you will surely believe that Zhao Yongfang ’s death is related to the American agents, and it is the Americans who did it. The Americans want to prevent China from becoming great.

This is the “blue” in the “BGY”, through the control of the media to create lies to cover up the truth, and to achieve the purpose of controlling public opinion.

Therefore, the article woven by this lie must be “exaggerated, slurred by directional editors, and ultimately lead to the goal.”

If people who do not understand the internal organizational structure of the Communist Party of China or lack of scientific knowledge they can easily be deceived.

The death of Zhao Yongfang, for example, first exaggerated Zhao Yongfang’s role in Chinese science and technology: the leader of the Institute of Biology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, and the subject leader of the State Key Laboratory.

2013, she was the winner of the National Youth Youth Plan.

Mainly engaged in the study of the relationship between membrane protein structure and function. Zhao Yongfang’s research will make up for the gap in our country in this field.

The narrative here is mixed with truth and lies. It is difficult to distinguish if you do not know the details of Zhao Yongfang.

Zhao Yongfang, who works at the Institute of Biophysics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, is a team leader and is described as the team leader of the Institute of Biology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences as well as the team leader of the State Key Laboratory, have won great honor. As an award receiver of the National Youth Thousand Talents Program,her research will make up for the gap in this field. Like a superstar in the technology world. Such an important person died unexpectedly in her home in the United States on the eve of returning home.

Connecting the context of the death of others, what would you think?

Of course, much of what is said here is not the truth, they are lies that has been edited and directed to the United States, implying it has obliterated Chinese scientists. This “exaggeration of consequences, slurs of directional editing, and ultimately goal-oriented” tactics is the usual tactic of CCP. But the fake news that is being edited in this way often provides us with clues for digging, because what they want to cover up is what they are most afraid to expose. So what is to cover up about Zhao Yongfang’s death?

In the previous article, we have revealed that Zhao Yongfang died because she accidentally came into contact with a secret, and concluded that this secret is related to the P4 laboratory, so there is a risk of her leaking the secret hence she is being killed.

. So let us take a look at what core secrets might she be exposed to from Zhao Yongfang’s life experience.

In the above derogatory article, one is that Zhao Yongfang ’s work unit has been obviously tampered with, and the other is that her research content has also been tampered with by the editor. These two points are the main points of our excavation.

In the excavation of Zhao Yongfang ’s death in the first season, we learned that Zhao Yongfang went to the United States for post-doctoral study with her husband at public expense, and discovered that Zhao Yongfang ’s husband is Dr. Cao Yu, currently work at the Institute of Medicine (Shanghai Jiaotong University School of Medicine), after returning home, he worked at the National Protein Science Center as a researcher.

Cao Yu and Zhao Yongfang obtained their Ph.D. degrees at the Institute of Biophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2004. After they got married, they went to the United States to pursue a post-doctorate degree (at public expense). The doctoral tutor of Cao Yu is Huang Youguo.

【Author】 Cao Yu; Qu liang; Huang Youguo

【Institution】 Institute of Biophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences

【Abstract】Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) is a neurological disease that seriously threatens the health of the elderly. It mainly causes patients to develop progressive cognitive dysfunction, causing the gradual disappearance of patients’ memory, thinking ability and self-care ability in daily life. It is currently believed that the molecular mechanism of AD occurrence involves the aggregation and deposition of specific proteins (β-amyloid and 𝜏-protein) in brain tissue, and a series of cell signaling events subsequently occur

【Keywords】Alzheimer’s Disease,G𝛼protein,β-amyloid

【Proceedings】Proceedings of the Symposium on Biofilms and Major Diseases

【Name】Symposium on Biofilms and Major Diseases

【Time】December 2004 【Location】Sanya, Hainan, China 【Classification number】R749.16

【Organizers】 China Biophysical Society Membrane and Cell Professional Committee, Neurobiophysics and Neuroinformatics Professional Committee, State Key Laboratory of Biomacromolecules, National Laboratory for Biofilm and Membrane Engineering, National Ministry of Science and Technology Project “Biomembrane and Membrane Protein Structure and function research “

Interaction of a lipid second messenger PA and G⍺o and its molecular modeling

Qu Liang; Guan Jia; Cao Yu; Zhang Yinghao; Huang Youguo; Chen Runshenng

State Key Laboratory of Biomacromolecules, Institute of Biophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Research Center for Systems Biology, Institute of Biophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences.

State Key Laboratory of Biomacromolecules (Institute of Biophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences)

The State Key Laboratory of Biomacromolecules relies on the Institute of Biophysics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. The laboratory was established in 1989 with the approval of the National Planning and Development Commission and the Chinese Academy of Sciences. It passed the acceptance in January 1991 and was officially opened to the public. Academician Zou Chenglu served as Honorary Director of the laboratory. The current director of the laboratory is academician Wang Zhixin, researcher Huang Youguo serves as executive deputy director, and researchers Wang Zhizhen and Chang Wenrui serve as deputy directors. The Academic Committee is composed of 17 well-known domestic experts in this field. Academician Yang Fuyu serves as the director. Academicians Sun Manji and Kuang Yanyun serve as deputy directors.

After verification, Zhao Yongfang’s doctoral supervisor was Zhang Xujia.

Zhao Yongfang and Cao Yu’s experience abroad revealed the difficulties of an ordinary-family scientist. They have worked hard from universities, masters and doctors, and thank the party for training them from the heart.

After graduating from the doctoral degree, both husband and wife must go to study abroad at public expense to complete the learning tasks assigned by the organization.

A later reminiscence article records that “Zhao Yongfang is a person who devotes herself to working in the laboratory every day. She also has to raise two children. The couple is separated from each other and is under great mental and economic pressure.”

Regardless of whether Zhao Yongfang died unexpectedly, neither she nor her husband can get rid of the fact that ordinary scientists were brainwashed and enslaved for CCP.

Through the mental and life pressures caused by the reality of money CCP on one hand brainwash you and make you feel grateful to CCP, and on the one hand, you are enslaved and kidnapped by means of status, money, welfare, housing, etc. to make you a slave for generations. This is another BGY story.

Of course, Zhao Yongfang’s tragic ending is doomed. I firmly believe that she is a kind scientist. It is precisely because of this kindness and conscience that she was accidentally killed. No, it was not accidental death.

It is the point that Zhao Yongfang ’s mentor is Zhang Xujia making DT excavator and the justice scientist able to unearth the truth about Zhao Yongfang ’s death:

“973” Biomembrane and Membrane Protein Research Project Approved by Institute of Biophysics —- Chinese Academy of Sciences October 15, 2004 —- “973” biomembrane and membrane protein research project approved by the Institute of Biophysics. . . In addition to the chief scientist Xu Tao, deputy director, researcher Yang Fuquan, researcher Zhang Xujia, and researcher Gong Weimin are all the first …

Novo Nordisk (China) Research and Development Center Vice President Zhang Xujia visited Tianjin Institute of Industrial Biology Release time: 04 December 2014 Contributing department: Ministry of Industry Cooperation On December 3, Zhang Xujia, vice president of Novo Nordisk (China) Research and Development Center, and his party visited the Tianjin Institute of Industrial Biology. Sun Jibin, Deputy Director of the Institute and some researchers…

As a leader in diabetes treatment and other fields, Novo Nordisk has continuously increased its investment in China’s research and development centers, and actively cooperates with the Chinese government, scientific research institutions and universities in biopharmaceutical and other fields.

The company has jointly established the “Novo Nordisk-Special Research Fund of Chinese Academy of Sciences” with the Chinese Academy of Sciences to support technical research in biopharmaceutical and diabetes-related disciplines; in cooperation with the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences, the “Novo Nordisk-Concordia Diabetes Research Excellence Fund ” to promote the Academy of Medical Sciences and attract outstanding scientists and clinicians to be engaged in diabetes research; establish “Prediabetic Transformation Research Center” with Shanghai Institute of Life Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences, and etc.

In addition, at the beginning of 2007, Novo Nordisk also donated its small molecule compound library of nearly 500,000 samples accumulated over 15 years to the Shanghai Institute of Materia Medica of the Chinese Academy of Sciences for the creation of China’s national compound sample library. This is a valued public asset accepted by the Chinese science and technology community after the founding of the People’s Republic of China.

Pay attention to the above three materials.

Zhao Yongfang’s mentor, Zhang Xujia, at the Institute of Biophysics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2004, became the vice president of Novo Nordisk (China) Research Center in 2014.

The relationship between Novo Nordisk (China) Research Center and the Chinese Academy of Sciences is also shown.

More importantly, we have found such a project through the Novo Nordisk (China) Research Center:

“At the beginning of 2007, Novo Nordisk also donated its small molecule compound library of nearly 500,000 samples accumulated over 15 years to the Shanghai Institute of Materia Medica of the Chinese Academy of Sciences for the creation of China’s national compound sample library. This is a valued public asset accepted by the Chinese science and technology community after the founding of the People’s Republic of China.”

This is even shocking to our scientists carrying out the interpretation. What is the significance that Novo Nordisk has donated the small molecule compound library of nearly 500,000 samples accumulated over 15 years to the Shanghai Institute of Materia Medica, Chinese Academy of Sciences?

The small molecule compound library is equivalent to a database. For example, if you want to develop an antiviral drug (inhibitor), it is difficult to actively design drugs according to the structure. Then I can use the compounds in this small molecule compound library, a high-throughput try one-by-one to see which one works. (Afterward) take it out for optimization, experimentation, etc.

Simply put is, try each of the sample in the half a million samples, so it is very important for drug development.

The same is true for the development of viruses, and it is also needed for the development of virus inhibitors, commonly known as antidote.

In fact, this small molecule compound library is a resource library for any drug development including cancer, diabetes and so on.

What about the “973 Biofilm and Membrane Protein” technology hosted by Zhang Xujia?

Membrane proteins are mainly on the surface of the cell; proteins on the surface of the cell mainly provide the function of signal transduction, for example, the receptor for the virus to enter the cell is also on the surface; Membrane protein may be related to virus antidote, but in reality, most of the viral inhibitors inhibit the viral envelope protein itself, instead of receptor membrane protein. Therefore, the study of membrane proteins may not be related to viral antidote. However, membrane protein receptors play a huge role in neurobiology. For example, neurotoxins are receptors that act on neurotransmitters on the surface of nerve cells. For example, Guo Wengui ’s intelligence on “Hearts of Death” and “Brain Paradise” may be related to this.

Neurotransmitter receptor: Neurotransmitter receptors, also called neuroreceptors, are a series of membrane receptor proteins activated by neurotransmitters.

This is an article provided by scientists within the firewall, which explains clearly: https://www.knowpia.cn/s/blog_f9f9d0c93175e158

Simply put, the protein crystal structure team led by Rao Zihe not only masters the three-dimensional structure model of viral protein crystals that lays the foundation for viral genetic weapons, but also control the small molecule compound library of nearly 500,000 samples that builds foundation for the development of virus inhibitor drugs. They can develop a variety of nerve agents like “Brain Heaven” and “Heart Delight”!

Therefore, Zhao Yongfang must have accidentally got to know the secret and subsequently been killed.

What kind of team and plan is this? Let the bullets fly for a while.

Shi Yigong and Yan Ning.

In Shu Hongbing’s life experience, there is one person who seems to always have a connection with him, this person is Shi Yigong, and of course it also involves Rao Yi, and even Fang Zhouzi.

In 2011 Chinese Academy of Sciences’ Academician’s selection process, Rao Yi lost in the first round and Shi Yigong barely made it to the end of the first round. Shu Hongbing from Wuhan University ranked Number 1 undoubtbly and was elected as Academan of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. In reaction to this, someone voiced his disagreement on the website which was ran by Fang Zhouzi. In February 2020, an open letter titled “Rao Yi sent a letter to Shu Hongbing and suggesting his wife to resign volunteerly” became widely circulated. In the letter, Rao Yi said Wang Yanyi is not suitable to lead the Wuhan Virus Institute for three reasons: the professionalism is incompatible, the scientific rank is poor and the seniority is too low. But this message, which echoes the opinions of netizens, does not have a reliable source and may be fake news.

Today, it takes on an unusual significance to see these two things in relation to each other. The 2011 academician battle is definitely some kind of network hype, its real purpose cannot be determined, but what is certain is that Rao Yi, Shi Yigong and Shu Hongbing are all people who the organization cared about, otherwise they would not be included in the list of academician co-optation, in other words, they have the same master. The so-called corruption in the co-election of members of the Academy of Sciences is a conjecture without understanding the procedure for the co-election of members of the Academy of Sciences, and without understanding the organizational procedure. It could be stated that this is less of an academic designation and more of a political designation that is based on your loyalty and contribution to the organization. The fact that the names of Rao Yi and Shi Yigong appeared in the 2011 Basic Biology Group was already a reward for them, not to mention their success in being co-opted as academicians, if one does not understand this,it can only be said that he drunk too much foreign ink, and was too childish. Simply put, it is the organization’s decision who can co-opt academics, it is the person in the seat who decides, not some expert jury. So if this hype in 2011 is indeed that Rao Yi thinks he can be an academician based on his academic achievements, the consequence is that he will never be an academician. Maybe that’s his character, still daring to be vocal and say something blunt, which leads to that 2020 letter.

However, more evidences show that both of these Internet hot button issues were a hype, much like the Fang Zhouzi attacked on Cui Yongyuan for his questioning of GMO rice, once someone gets close to the truth, there would be a famous scientist to jump out to raise questions or artificially create a hot topic to divert people’s attention, while the truth that really deserves attention is covered up. This is the CCP’s usual tactic when it comes to media control.

In 2011, Shu Hongbing, Rao Yi, Shi Yigong’s academician controversy hype originated from a kind of commitment of the CCP master to his subordinates, that is, Shu Hongbing will definitely become an academician, Rao Yi and Shi Yigong will definitely enter the co-opted list. And this commitment was to be exposed, because the academician election was a public activity. So when Shu Hongbing’s academic aura was not as bright as Shi Yigong and Rao Yi, and he was to be elected, but at the same time to cover up the truth of Shu Hongbing’s rea role in Party’s business, how to do it? There is only one way, it is to use the media hype, to lead it to the direction of academic corruption, academician co-optation involves academic corruption, so what, the people will just lament. And this misleading hype will also achieve another purpose, that is hiding Wang Yangyi’s true ID, and make people belive that Shu Hongbing will not gain the trust of the organization because of Wang Yangyi, because Wang Yangyi was promoted because of Shu Hongbing’s academical excellence. So Rao Yi’s 2020 letter was effectively helping Shu Hongbing and Wang Yangyi to cover up their involvement in the P4 lab project, shrugging off their responsibility, and of course Wang Yangyi would not have to take the blame and to resign. We don’t know if the hype about the effectiveness of ShuangHuangLian against CoVid-19 was intentional or not, but the result was the same: the focus and public attention was once again directed to corruption and personal interests, and the truth about CCP’s organizational development of genetic weapons to challenge the United States was once again covered up. Corruption and internal battles for power are the product of the high centralization of power in the Communist Party, which has never ceased from the moment of its birth in China, because its essence is classism, the struggle, the grabbing of other people’s wealth by force. And it would be too naive to focus only on corruption and internal power struggles and imagine this devil as untouchable or simply ignorant, it is the devil, and the most disguised and vicious devil in human history.

Instead of digging deeper into the materials about the famous Shi Yigong, here we only anaylize a BGY story:

Shi Yigong, who returned to China in 2007, was elected an academician in 2013. The following is a report from a television interview:

“Academician Shi once introduced us to the fact that he now has a pair of twin children, boy and girl, and his 109-year-old grandfather is still alive and well. Shi Yigong’s wife, Zhao Renbin, has always been regarded as a good wife and mother type of woman. Ms. Zhao was a dominant student, and even entered Tsinghua University in 1986 as No. 1 candidate of Harbin university entrance exam. Her husband was also the ’80s high school students who was admitted by Tsinghua University. Both were very competitive and competent. Though they were Tsinghua alumni, the two did not know each other in college, and the bond was generated during the Princeton University doctoral studies, they sympathized with each other in a foreign and eventually got married. For her husband’s work, Zhao Renbin has been very supportive. They worked in the United States and later decided to return to China, Zhao Renbin has always been very supportive of her husband and was always by his side. Zhao later also went to the United States for a doctorate degree and returned after, and currently work in a state-owned enterprise in China. She is successfulboth at work and with her career. She is being admired and praised by many people. The reviews of them have been very good.”

Academician Shi is not only well known for founding Westlake University, which was funded by Jack Ma, but also for having trained outstanding students like Yan Ning among many others.Later, when Shi returned to Tsinghua in 2007, he recommended this favorite student to be a professor at Tsinghua, after which Yan Ning became a doctoral advisor because of her excellent performance, and in recent years, she published many excellent papers in international journals. Today, Yan Ning has also been elected as a foreign member of the American Academy of Sciences, a remarkable achievement.

According to our findings, Shi got his PhD in molecular biophysics at Johns Hopkins University, School of Medicine in 1990-1995. He taught at Princeton University, Department of Molecular Biology in 1998-2018.

Zhao Renbin, the city’s top science scholar on the 1986 college entrance exam, moved to Princeton University to pursue her doctorate after graduating from Tsinghua. They married in 1992, during Shi’s second year of doctoral studies. Afterwards, they had a pair of adorable twins, Shi Muhua and Shi Qinghua. As it was snowing heavily on the first day of the baby’s life, while the next day was sunny, so one of their children‘s nicknames was “Xue’er”, the other one was “Yang Yang”. In the summer of 2009, Zhao Renbin gave up the superior working and living environment in Johnson & Johnson, a Fortune 500 company in the United States, and joined the China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation’s Tianchen Industrial Company, became a director of the Space Biological Laboratory. So Zhao Renbin definitely was not a house wife who lost her career for her husband, but a heavy-weight scientist.

The following is an article about Shi Yigong’s wife on the website of a company called ” Shenzhou Investment Management CO., LTD”.

Zhao Renbin: Optimistic about space biological research

Source:2012/02/27 Date:2012/02/27

Two years ago, Renbin Zhao spent her weekends at leisure in many ways, with dancing at a Chinese arts group in New Jersey being her favorite. Now, in Beijing, she chooses to spend her limited leisure time with her family, taking her children to an art class has become her “main task” on weekends.

All these changes came from an important decision she made in 2009: to give up her superior working and living conditions at a Fortune 500 company in the United States and join Tianchen Industrial Company, one of the five institutes of China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation, where she is now the director of the Space Biology Laboratory.

Making the decision to return to China, looking for a broad stage.

“During class, students were asked not to move around so as not to disrupt the class…”

At the beginning, Zhao Renbin’s children are difficult to adapt to the Chinese school education, they miss the relaxed and free classroom atmosphere in the United States; Zhao Renbin heard the children’s complaints, always patiently communicate with them, tell them to learn to adjust, slowly adapt to the domestic educational environment.

In fact. 18 years of study and work in the United States was a long time, Zhao Renbin himself has to adapt to the domestic difficulties of this new job, don’t even mentioning the small children! . However, she does not regret her choice to return to work.

As a national specially appointed expert of the “Thousand Talents Program”, Zhao Renbin was given the leadership and management role of the space biology laboratory of the Five Academies as soon as she returned to China. It is true that the domestic environment is very different from foreign countries, with social management systems, communication styles, work processes and even the natural environment, etc. many differences.

While working in the United States, Zhao Renbin is mainly engaged in research on topics related to cancer and aging. She told reporters, the company’s experimental animal platform for experimental animals from mice, rats, rabbits to pigs.Researchers only need to put forward a detailed demonstration of the experimental program, and the professionals of the animal platform will carry out the experimental operation according to the procedure.”Their work is very professional, from routine animal experiment operations to simple surgeries can be done independently.” Zhao Renbin speaks frankly about the superior research support conditions of foreign companies, “Now that I think about it, the foreign research conditions are really too luxurious.”

But behind the superior conditions, there is the blandness of work day after day and the limited career development prospects.Exploring new areas of research means increased risks and costs, and most foreign companies are cautious about this, in terms of reducing costs and the pressure to reduce risk.

At this time, she received a message from a friend, across the ocean in the Chinese Space research area, there is a broad stage for self-development. With a hobby to challenge and explore new areas, Zhao Renbin was deeply attracted to this new field of space life sciences, which is full of unknown.

After careful consideration, she chose to work in the field of space biology research in China. Although she has only been back in China for two short years, her status as an “astronaut” makes her feel proud.

“Even abroad, when it comes to Chinese Space research, both Chinese and American colleagues will be impressed,” Zhao Renbin said with a smile, “My friends are happy that I can participate in Chinese space biology research, they are very envious.”

Keeping up with space leaps to seize greater opportunities

The early work of the Space Biology Laboratory of the Five Academies is mainly focused on microbial fermentation engineering and space engineering breeding industrialization research. In order to meet the scientific research needs carried out by Zhao Renbin, Tianchen Industrial Company carried out the transformation of the space biology laboratory. Includes the internal rehab of the laboratory, the purchase of new experimental equipment, the procurement of experimental reagents, and find experimental partners, Zhao Renbin invested in a great deal of time and effort. At China, the support conditions for conducting experiments are not as favorable as those abroad, so she needs to create her own, and she and her lab colleagues “administer the right medicine.” The lessons are gradually being learned.

“Some imported laboratory reagents had long order cycles and were not well understood at the beginning, which delayed a lot of time and experimental progress. Some of the less commonly used reagents for which there is no agency available in China. On the one hand, we strengthen our own experimental planning by preparing our experiments well in advance, and on the other hand, we work closely with reagent companies to help them to establish new product channels to ensure that the experiment goes smoothly.” Zhao Renbin took the pulse of the reagent manufacturer and smiled to reporters.

The space biology lab where Zhao Renbin currently works was established in 2002. The initial research work mainly focused on microbial space mutagenesis, space engineering breeding and biopharmaceutical industrial development, and accumulated a wealth of microbial space mutagenesis research base and industrialization experience. The rapid progress of China’s manned spaceflight and the successive successful launches of the Shenzhou spacecraft have also provided better experimental conditions for space biology experiments. The future launch of China’s space station is an unattainable opportunity for space biology research.

In addition to the boost to space biology from the development of human spaceflight, at least four of the country’s 16 major science and technology projects are related to biotechnology.

Among the ten research fields of the National “863 Program”, at least three are related to biotechnology. The promising development prospects in the domestic biotechnology field have further strengthened her confidence in pursuing a soaring career.

“Our research objects have expanded from microbes to animal cells, plants, and small animals such as fruit flies.” Zhao Rimbin’s words show pride.

Zhao Renbin stated that the development of engineering, materials, information and other technologies in space has brought many rare opportunities to life sciences and biotechnology.

It will lead to revolutionary breakthroughs in the methods, technologies and concepts of life science disciplines. The development and progress of biological research in space is not only important for human exploration of the origin of life, the future of inhabitation in space, but also will better serve the human health care and improve people’s quality of life.

“In the research and development of space biomedicine, there is a lot of foreign investment and yields great results.” Zhao Renbin said that with the rapid development of China’s aerospace industry, China’s space biotechnology will also serve the crewed space project while for the benefit of the general public.

“In the future, China’s space station will have a standardized universal experiment platform with perfect environmental control and other functions, and may also have astronauts to participate in experimental operations.” Zhao Renbin is looking forward to the future of space biology research, “We must prepare and plan ahead to capture the rare opportunity of China’s rapid space development for space biology research!” (Huang Xi, Liu Huaiyu)

Source: China Aerospace News

Shenzhou Tianchen Science and Technology Industry Co. The main carrying and implementation unit of the space biology segment. The company was funded and established by the #5 Academy on November 10, 1995. The registered capital of the company is 314.486 million Yuan, with total assets of 1.318 billion Yuan and 3,058 employees. The company, formerly known as Beijing Tianchen Property Group, was renamed Shenzhou Tianchen Technology Industry Co.

The company focuses on space biology, aerospace breeding and industrial management, and has 10 wholly-owned and holding subsidiaries, with main business areas (industries) involving space biotechnology and pharmaceutical product research and development, bio-fermentation product manufacturing, aerospace bio-health products research, development, production and sales, aerospace breeding technology research and breeding of new varieties, aerospace breeding seed production and promotion, etc. It also makes use of and develops its own resources to carry out a variety of operations in property services, hotels, tourism, construction, aerospace culture and other fields.

The main products and brands created and owned by the company and its subsidiaries include: Shenzhou Coenzyme Q10 API, Shenzhou Glucoamylase; Tianqu Beneficial Lipo-Kang Tablets and its series of health care products, Dongfanghong Coenzyme Q10 Soft Capsules, Dongfanghong Hangli Tablets, Dongfanghong Yuhang Oral Liquid; aerospace breeding vegetables and flowers series of varieties and deep processing products; Tianchen Property, Shenzhou Commercial Hotel, Shenzhou International Hotel, Xing Yu Travel Agency, Tonglide Construction, Space Culture, etc.

The company’s R&D center (Space Biology Laboratory) is the “Beijing Space Biology Engineering Research Center” approved by the Beijing Municipal Government and the “Space Biology Engineering Research Center of China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation” approved by the Group. It undertook and completed a number of national “863”, “military to civilian” and the Group’s civil industry R & D projects, and obtained a number of invention patents. The company has successfully industrialized two R&D achievements. The company established western China aerospace breeding base in Tianshui, which is approved by the Gansu provincial government as the “Gansu province aerospace breeding engineering research center”. In addition, it has built the largest space breeding germplasm repository in China, obtained 3 patents for space breeding inventions, and owns 18 space breeding patents and rights.

Let’s take another look at Shi’s female student Yan Ning.

Yan Ning was born in November 1977. In September 1996, at the age of 18, Yan Ning was admitted to the Department of Biological Sciences and Technology at Tsinghua University. “Excellent grades. Very self-disciplined. That’s how she made it all the way to Tsinghua.”. “In her sophomore year, Ning became student board president (1997)”. “In her junior year, Ning Ning was selected by Rao Zihe to work in his lab. It’s an opt-in. She was the student board president, you know. It’s a molecular biophysics and structural biology lab. (1998)”. “One day, Shi Yigong visited the school and gave a presentation. At that time he was a professor at Princeton University. Ning Ning got sick and couldn’t make it, but a classmate told her later that Princeton and Shi Yigong were awesome! Why don’t you try it. (2000)”

Just try it. Ning Ning immediately wrote a compelling English letter to Shi Yigong. In the letter she says: “I feel that I have met the requirements of your school in all areas and I wish to spend my time in a more worthwhile way . But applying abroad is such a waste of time and money that if Princeton accepts me, I won’t have to spend my energy applying to other schools… …”

Not to mention me, not even Shi Yigong has ever seen such an awesome student. Full of curiosity, Mr. Shi interviewed Ningning himself. The two of them hit it off right away. (Perhaps the bullish letter “shocked” Shi Yigong, who immediately called from the U.S. to interview Yan Ning, and Yan Ning, a fourth-year college sister, was then offered admission to Princeton University. All right! You’re coming to Princeton! So Ning Ning packed up her bags and ran off to Princeton. (2000)” “In 2004, Ning Ning actually graduated with a PhD. Just four or five short years. Of course she would not give up the opportunity to continue her further studies. Already at the doctorate, a few more post-doctoral studies would not be a problem. But at this time, one thing happened. Shi Yigong’s lab is preparing to study membrane proteins. It’s a special field.”

At the age of 29, Yan Ning chose to return to her alma mater, Tsinghua University, in search of beauty in the scientific wilderness after completing her studies. She has already made some contributions to membrane protein research, making her the youngest professor at Tsinghua and the youngest female PhD supervisor. With a team as talented and interesting as she is, she has made the world hear the voice of the Chinese scientific community. In 2009, her research results were selected as one of the top 10 scientific advances of the year by Science magazine; in 2010, Yan Ning’s team resolved the crystal structure of the fucose transport protein FucP in E. coli; in 2012, the results were again selected as one of the top 10 scientific advances of the year by Science; in 2014, the crystal structure of the human glucose transport protein GLUT1 was obtained for the first time; in 2015, she received the Sackler International Biophysics Award and the Young Scientist Award of the International Protein Society….

Shi Yigong has five students, namely Yan Ning, Bai Rui, Wan Rui Xue, Yan Chuang and Chai Jijie. Each of these students is dedicated to their respective fields.

In 2007, Tsinghua University School of Medicine hired Yan Ning as a professor. In May 2017, Yan Ning was invited by Princeton University to become a tenured professor, and Yan Ning returned to the United States.

This is how Yan Ning responded to her agreement to take a tenured professorship at Princeton University.

“I was afraid that if I stayed in the same environment for too long, I might be stuck in the same old rut and not know it. The reason for the change of environment is to give myself some new pressure and stimulate me to gain inspiration and hopefully make new breakthroughs in science.

On the other hand, Tsinghua University and Princeton University are both my alma maters, and it has always been my ambition to be able to teach at these two that I am proud of.”

Yan Ning’s mentor, Shi Yigong, also returned to Tsinghua in 2007, in other words, Yan Ning followed her mentor back to Tsinghua, and it was two years later, in 2009, that Shi’s lover, biologist Zhao Renbin, returned to China.

So we have reason to believe that this is another BGY story, the target is Shi Yigong and the Princeton University he represents, because Shi Yigong’s return to China, two women scientists in important fields have returned to China together. So behind a successful man there must be a beautiful woman. And that’s exactly why Yan Ning, the ’77-born president of Tsinghua University’s student union, was chosen by Rao Zihe to work in his lab, then there was the beautiful encounter with Shi Yigong and became his student, after losing the first touch at Tsinghua University. Whether it was beauty that seduced Shi Yigong, or Shi Yigong’s talent that bewitched beauty, in any case, the more Yan Ning’s fame grew the less likely Shi Yigong was to leave China.

Although Yan Ning has a beautiful, youthful face, has talented girlfriends like Li Yinuo, and has worldwide status in academia, but in any case, it is impossible to pursue her dream in Tsinghua, and eventually she can only leave the country. Because, she is just a tool to implement the BGY plan, a prop.

Shi Yigong and Yan Ning, Shu Hongbing and Wang Yanyi, and Zhao Yongfang and Cao Yu, three BGY stories are not destined to end in the same way. Because these three women are different. Everything is divinely orchestrated, and we look forward to the final outcome of these three stories.

Wan Ruixue, PhD Candidate, Class of 2013, Tsinghua University School of Medicine, Shi Yigong’s Student

Bai Rui, Ph.D. Student, Tsinghua University School of Medicine, 2015, Shi Yigong’s Student

WUBS(Wuhan University Biological Sciences) Club

One key question not addressed in the three BGY stories above is what exactly is the pipeline of CCP’s BGY plan, or what we commonly refer to as a network of relationships? It is impossible for them to rely solely on genitalia to establish a strong nepotism, but more so on this network of relationships. This network relies on the various overseas civic groups and organizations established by classmates, alumni, and fellow countrymen. We are not saying that all hometown associations, classmates’ societies, and trade associations are associated with the CCP’s BGY plan, however, unfortunately, overseas civic associations, including those in Hong Kong, have been dominated by the CCP and have become part of the united front work. In the following essay, we will take a Hong Kong society as an example to analyze in detail the importance of overseas societies to the CCP. In this article, two cases will be cited based on the emergence of key figures, which are not accidental but rather common phenomena.

Zhou Xi, a researcher at the Wuhan Institute of Virology and a principal researcher at the State Key Laboratory of Virology, wrote this in an article about his publicly funded abroad study experience in the United States.

“Applying to study abroad after college is a tradition for us in the College of Biology. Since the second semester of my sophomore year, many of my classmates and I have been working on our preparations to study abroad. It was an intense, busy and fulfilling time, and in the mornings, we had to prepare for the TOEFL and GRE. I woke up at 6:00 a.m. and started memorizing words for an hour, and at night I studied in the study room until the door closed and drove people away. There is still a word spinning around in the room. The most relaxing moment was when I was tired of studying, sitting on the steps in front of Sakuradou Museum with my classmates who were preparing for the GRE, watching the sunset. A full celluloid campus, looking forward to our future, not knowing where in the world we will go and what we will do.

Time always passes quickly. Four years of university life, seems to be a long never-ending, but in the blink of an eye will be over, together with the students who have spent four years with each other. Each went their own way. I remember when we were looking for the beautiful Ms. Li Manming to open the transcripts, and also remember the new counselor, Feng Dan, who had just graduated with a bachelor’s degree. The teacher with the ponytail. And the many teachers from the School of Biological Sciences, many of whom are still working on the front lines of teaching and research. It was their teaching and help that provided us with a wealth of knowledge and enough skills to go to many of the world’s top universities, the Institute, and was able to make some achievements there.

I graduated in 2001 and left the biology department at WOU and moved across the ocean to Houston, Texas, where the University of Texas’ Anderson Cancer Center for my PhD and the start of a 10-year study abroad career. When I first arrived in Houston, I hadn’t considered the serious question of whether to return to the U.S. or stay in the U.S. in the future, but rather was excited and looking forward to the And tension. Although I left WU and the Biological Sciences Academy, my life in Houston was inseparable from the beginning with the alumni of the Biological Sciences Academy. The first time I arrived in the United States, the person who picked me up at Houston’s Bush International Airport was Dr. Zhang Minghang, senior of the Biological Sciences Academy’s class of 8863. And I soon learned that the largest Chinese alumni group in Houston was the WOU Houston Alumni Association, and that at least half of the alumni group was from China. The members were from the College of Biological Sciences. Also in the alumni association at that time was Mr. Zhu Ying, and the founder of the alumni association was Ms. Wang Guiying, an original faculty member of the College of Biological Sciences. The president of the alumni association at that time was Dr. Xie Zhong of the class of 8864, who later became a well-known overseas Chinese leader and a Houston family. President of the Chinese newspaper. Now President of the Institute of Life Sciences of Zhejiang University Professor Feng Xinhua is also an active member of the alumni association, every alumni event he will be sure to Participation. These alumni were the ones who selflessly helped me throughout my years in Houston, and I myself have helped many newcomers to the Alumni. Even though we have left our alma mater and the School of Biological Sciences, the bond between the biologists has not weakened, but has increased. Helping and supporting each other in a foreign country has made us all feel warm.”

From this statement, we understand several messages.

A. It is a tradition for WUBS students to apply to study abroad after graduation, and many students choose to study abroad after graduation. The preparation starts in their second half of sophomore year.

B. Zhou Xi graduated in 2001 and applied for a PhD at the University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center for a 10-year semester, M.D.s and Ph.D.s in a row. Zhou Xi applied to study abroad at public expense.

C. Some information about Houston’s largest alumni group, the Wuhan University Houston Alumni Association. This alumni group was founded by Biomedical Sciences faculty member Wang Guiying, and its president at the time was Dr. Xie Zhong; Zhejiang University professor Feng Xinhua was also an active member.

D. The alumni association helped him a lot, and the person in charge of picking him up was Dr. Zhang Minghang.

According to the information, the Wuhan University Houston Alumni Association is affiliated with the Wuhan University Alumni Association (WUAA), which was established in 1996 and was initiated by the National Cancer Institute (NIH/NCI) AIDS and Malignancy Division, AIDS and Malignancy Division, Director of the Tumor Virus Laboratory, Researcher Zheng Zhiming and others.

American Alumni Celebrate 120th Anniversary of Wuhan University and 70th Anniversary of the Department of Medicine

Time:2013-09-30 Author: Source:Alumni Association

Correspondent Washington Alumni Association, Han Muqiu

“Luo Jia Spreads Elegance, Returning Elites Gather to Celebrate 120 Years of History.” On September 21, 2009, the Washington Alumni Association and the Eastern American Alumni Association jointly held the “Celebration 120th anniversary of the Founding of Wuhan University and 70th anniversary of the founding of the Department of Medicine” at the University of Maryland, Park Branch. was held at the University of Maryland, Park Branch. The event was also a celebration of the recently concluded First Luojia Biomedical International Forum. The event attracted more than 100 alumni from the Greater Washington area and other parts of the U.S. It is worth mentioning that Academician Zhang Xueji deliberately came from Beijing to join the forum and celebration. Some of these alumni are senior alumni who have already been away from their alma mater for decades and have now achieved a certain amount of success in a certain field; some are young alumni who just left the school and,embarked on a new journey to study in a foreign country. Although they have various memories and love of their alma mater, they bear the same emotion to the school, more than a hundred alumni gathered together to talk about the past years under the Luo Jia Mountain, and envision the future of Wuhan University.

The event was hosted by Ms. Bin Shuang, a Georgetown University alumna, and featured a presentation by attorney Hu Zhiyu, president of the American East Alumni Association and a distinguished alumnus of Wuhan University, “Chinese Americans Involved in Technical Espionage (U.S. Export Control Violations) Crimes: The U.S. Export Control System and How to Prevent Them?”. This speech kicked off with a lively discussion among the alumni on the topic of “technological espionage” and the related recent hot cases.

Mr. Zheng Baoguo, an official from the Education Section of the Chinese Embassy in the United States, delivered a speech. Dr. Zhiming Zheng, founder of the Wuhan University Medical School Alumni Association in Washington, D.C., reviews the history and current achievements of medical school alumni in the U.S.

The video “Cheers”bwas released in the celebration, which was recorded and produced by the University of Maryland Wuhan University alumni, young and astringent voice and camera familiar Wuhan University scenery, stirred up countless youthful memories of alumni here, caused by all levels of alumni have resonance. WU alumni federation presented a commemorative book of WU stamps to the video shooting planner Zheng Jiaming. Ms. Shi Xiaohong, President of Washington Alumni Association, made a warm speech, thanking the alumni who made great efforts to prepare and successfully hold this forum and celebration. The celebration ended successfully with a dinner reception with alumni talking and laughing.

The event enhanced the friendship of alumni in the Greater Washington area and other parts of the United States, and conveyed the gratitude and blessings of the people of Wuhan University to their alma mater on the eve of the 120th anniversary of their alma mater.

Second Annual Luojia International Forum to be Held at University of Maryland in October

Release Time:2014-07-12 Author:Wuhan University Overseas Alumni Science Foundation

Wuhan University overseas alumni organization of the second “Luo Jia International Forum” will be held on October 11, 2014 (Saturday) at the University of Maryland, Parker, USA. This year’s forum will be co-organized by multi-disciplinary alumni from biology, medicine, and interdisciplinary disciplines, and will be open to alumni from WU and sister institutions. Everyone is welcome to participate in various ways and enjoy the event together. The purpose of the forum is to “unite the strength of the people of WU, promote exchanges and cooperation among alumni of sister institutions, provide employment and development opportunities”, to create a global network of overseas students and a communication platform for alumni to establish academic contacts. This year’s forum will focus on biomedical topics, including career development and venture capital.

This year’s session was chaired by Professor Liu Yang, Director of the Center for Cancer and Immunity Research at the National Children’s Medical Center. Ten outstanding alumni give presentations on the frontiers of biomedicine, including Guoxun Chen from the University of Tennessee Department of Nutrition, Dr. Feng Xinhua , Professor, Baylor College of Medicine, Dean of the Institute of Life Sciences, Zhejiang University, and Ling Xinsheng , Department of Physics, Brown University, Professor Liu Yang , Director of the Center for Cancer and Immunity Research at the National Children’s Medical Center and the Bosworth Chair in Cancer Biology, Professor Liu Zhongzhi, School of Computer, Mathematical and Natural Sciences, University of Maryland, Parker, and Biomedical Engineering, Prof. Mao Haiquan, Johns Hopkins University; Prof. Tan Ming , Chair, Department of Biostatistics, Georgetown University; and Prof. Wan Fengyi , Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health, and Professor Martin Wu, Department of Biology, University of Virginia, among others.

The topic “Career Development” will be divided into academic research, innovation and entrepreneurship.Among the scholars and experts who have confirmed their participation in the topic are: Dr. Zhiyu Hu, founder of Zhiyu Law Firm, USA, Dr. Huang Xinyun , Professor of Medicine at Cornell University, Dr. Wang Hong, Economist at the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Dr. Yu Xiang , founder of BioAstrum, Inc., Vice President, Institute of Translational Medicine, Zhejiang University, Prof. Xiao Lei, founder of Shanghai Stansa Biotech, Dean, Institute of Biomedical and Biological Engineering, University of Science and Technology Beijing, China, Academician Zhang Xueji, Dean of the School of Environmental and Biological Engineering, Nanjing University of Science and Technology, Mr. Xun Zhang, founder of Spatial Front, Inc., United States, Researcher Zhiming Zheng, Director of the Tumor Virus Laboratory, Division of AIDS and Malignancies, National Cancer Institute (NIH/NCI), etc.

Among them, Prof. Feng Xinhua, Prof. Ling Xinsheng and Academician Zhang Xueji were selected for the National Thousand Talents Program, and Dr. Hu Zhiyu is the sixth distinguished alumnus of Wuhan University.

The forum has received strong support from Wuhan University Overseas Alumni Science Foundation, Wuhan University Alumni General Association, Wuhan University Medical Department and Fischell Biomedical Engineering Department of the University of Maryland, etc. Branches around the world have also signed up to co-host the forum and actively participated in the organization. Prof. Peng Yuwen, Assistant President of Wuhan University, Vice President and Secretary General of the Alumni Association, will come to Washington, D.C. to participate in the preparatory meeting of the organizing committee, to guide the work of the Forum and to present souvenirs of the Forum. Wuhan University Medical Department will not only continue to provide financial support for the Forum, but also send a five-member delegation of experts to participate in the Forum and conduct on-site recruitment. Chancellor Lu Daokui of the University of Maryland, Parker, sent a letter of congratulations after the inaugural meeting last year, saying, “It is an honor to hold the forum at the University of Maryland, not only to establish the relationship between U-M and WU, but also to provide a platform for exchange and cooperation between scholars from all over the world”. Professor William Bentley, Chair of Fischell’s Department of Biomedical Engineering, continued to provide four meeting rooms, a circular exhibit hall and event facilities for the Forum this year.

Co-organizers:

  • Wuhan University Faculty of Medicine
  • Wuhan University Alumni Association
  • Fischell Department of Biomedical Engineering, University of Maryland
  • Wuhan University Meidong Alumni Association
  • Wuhan University Alumni Association of Northern California
  • Wuhan University Houston Alumni Association
  • Wuhan University Boston Alumni Association
  • Chinese Students and Scholars Association, University of Maryland

Forum home page: www.wuhanuniversity.org; www.wuda- alumni.org/luojia/

Forum registration: http://goo.gl/gdlX0P

President of the General Assembly: Liu Yang

Co-Chair: Guo Hengchang

Advisers: Hu Zhiyu, Huang Xinyun, Zhang Xueji, Zheng Zhiming

Organizing Committee (in alphabetical order): Chen Xiaochun, Chen Yuanyuan, Chen Zhanghong, Diao Junchen, Guo Hengchang, Guo Jia, Hu Hongxia, Li Chuanming, Li Gang, Liu Yang, Qin Xuan, Shi Xiaohong, Wang Changyu, Wang Zhiyong, Xi Zhengxiong, You Jing, Zheng Jiaming, Zheng Lei, Zhong Shen

Forum Contact: Guo Hengchang [email protected]

Conference Registration: Ms. You Jing [email protected]

Forum Sponsor: Diao Junchen [email protected]

These two reports clearly show that the Houston Alumni Association of Wuhan University and other overseas alumni associations are not simply overseas alumni helping and warming groups, but rather having close ties with Wuhan University, or in other words, are an overseas extension of Wuhan University’s teaching and research work, and are the network of relationships and channels on which the BGY plan, which targets then scientists and technology in related fields in the United States.

This is also evidenced by the successful recruitment of Shu Hongbing by Wuhan University in the United States in 2005, which was hosted and organized by the alumni association. Of course, the alumni association will also be responsible for the life and management of the accredited overseas students, together with the consulate.

The first channel for implementing BGY plan: the overseas alumni association.

Rao Zihe and Oxford University

We have already disclosed information about Rao’s overseas experience and mentorship in previous articles, and here we are only highlighting and tapping into Rao’s role as a conduit for BGY plan in his overseas experience of tenure and creating relationships.

Rao’s overseas experience includes two periods, Australia and the UK, the most significant one being in the UK: he received his PhD from the University of Melbourne in 1989. He then went to the University of Oxford to conduct postdoctoral research in David Stuart’s laboratory, during which he published his thesis in Nature and Cell. During his time in the UK, Rao also served as President of the All British Chinese Students Federation. Note that Rao served as president of the All-British Chinese Students’ Association. Rao’s association in the UK benefited, or rather inherited, from his mentor, the structural biologist Liang Dongcai.

British chemist Dorothy Hodgkin discovered that pepsin possessed perfect crystals through X-rays in the early 1930s, a landmark discovery that launched the era of biological crystallography. Hodgkin determined the structure of penicillin in 1949 and of vitamin B12 in 1957, for which she was awarded the 1964 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Hodgkin enthusiastically supported and assisted Chinese scientific research. Several important Chinese scientists working on insulin, such as Liao Hongying, Tang Youqi and Liang Dongcai, worked in her laboratory at Oxford University and were carefully supervised by her.

Liang Dongzai (left) with his mentor, Nobel laureate D.L. Hodgkin, in England in July 1982. Note this British mentor.

In 1976, as a student of biophysics at the University of Science and Technology of China, Rao Zihe presented his thesis at the Beijing Insulin Structure Research Group, the most active group at the Institute of Biophysics at that time, which was a golden opportunity for him. In 1979, he became the first disciple of Liang Dongzai. During his postgraduate studies, he met current members of the Royal Society, who were sent by the Royal Society to be postdoctoral fellows under Liang Dongzai. David Stuart, a professor at Oxford University, and the two often stay up late together in the night onboard to analyze the structure. This connection led Rao Zihe to receive his PhD from the University of Melbourne, Australia in 1989, and later to work with Professor Stuart at the University of Oxford, UK, for eight years. That is to say, Rao Zihe, through his mentor Liang Dongcai’s good personal relationship with British chemist Dorothy Hodgkin, obtained a friendly relationship with Royal Society member and Oxford University Professor David Stuart, who worked with him, and then went to Oxford University to do postdoctoral research in David Stuart’s laboratory.

let’s take a look at Rao Zihe and the All-British Chinese Students’ Association, of which he is president.

The following is from Wikipedia.

“The Chinese Students and Scholars Association (CSSA-UK) is currently the largest Chinese association in the UK and the largest friendship association for Chinese students and scholars in the UK.

Founded in 1988, AFSA has been in existence for 26 years. At present, AFCE has nearly 170,000 members, mainly Chinese students and scholars who are studying and working in the UK after graduation. Scholars, mainly settled Chinese students and scholars and their families, have also maintained close ties with the All England Federation of Studies (AEFS). In addition, the ACSF has maintained long-term relationships with other Chinese professional societies in the UK.”

The Chinese Students and Scholars Association,UK (CSSA-UK) is a national mass organization of students and scholars from the People’s Republic of China in the United Kingdom. At present, the CSSA-UK has 105 local federations distributed in 6 regions include London, Greater Manchester, South, North, Central and Northern Ireland. It has a membership of more than 170,000. The CSSA-UK is also the overseas governing body of many national organizations, such as the European and American Students’ Association and the Association of Chinese Students Studying Abroad.

The supreme body of the CSSA-UK is the CSSA-UK Congress, whose duties are to elect a new President and Area Vice-Presidents, to consider and Adopt the work report of the All-England Federation, amend and finalize the constitution of the All-England Federation, and organize the experience sharing of the work of the Federation. The elected president of CSSA-UK presides over the day-to-day work of the federation. The CSSA-UK Executive Committee consists of the CSSA-UK Bureau, Secretariat and Executive Departments. The CSSA-UK Bureau is the decision making body for the day-to-day running of the CSSA-UK and consists of the CSSA-UK President, Vice-President and General Secretary. The Secretariat is the standing body of CSSA-UK which deals with the day-to-day affairs of the Federation. The members of the CSSA-UK Executive Committee are responsible for the development and implementation of the daily work of the CSSA-UK . The Education Section of the Chinese Embassy in the UK provides the secretariat for the CSSA-UK . Secretariat.

The Education Section of the Chinese Embassy in the UK provides advice to AFCE.

It is worth noting that all members of CSSA-UK are volunteers and are not paid for their work. Over the 10 years since its establishment, CSSA-UK has grown into an influential Chinese society in the UK, maintaining close links with government departments, the scientific community and the corporate sector. As the largest student association, key members of CSSA-UK have been received by the national leaders whenever they visit the UK, such as Premier Wen Jiabao’s visit to the UK in 2003, President Hu Jintao’s visit to the UK in 2005, Premier Wen Jiabao’s visit to the UK in 2009 and Premier Wen Jiabao’s visit to the UK in 2011. In its short history of three decades, the CSSA-UK has united a large number of elites who have studied in the UK, often taking pride in the success of those who have returned to China. They have used their success in China’s contemporary development to serve the motherland and give back to society. In the science and technology sector, they stand in the front row of the country’s scientific and technological development, including Feng Changgen, Secretary of the CAST and Executive Vice President of the European-American Fellowship Association (University of Leeds), Chen Jun, President of Nanjing University (Imperial College), Rao Zihe, President of Nankai University (University of Oxford), Tan Tieniu (Imperial College of Science and Technology, China), Deputy Secretary-General of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and Director of the Institute of Automation, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Lin Jintong, former President of BUPA (University of Southampton), Pan Yi, Vice-Chancellor of Nanjing University (Imperial College), Lu Tianjian, Vice-Chancellor of Xi’an Jiaotong University (Cambridge University) and others. They can also be seen in political circles, including Xu Kuangdi (Imperial College), Vice-Chairman of the CPPCC, Zhou Wenzhong (University of Bath, LSE), Chinese Ambassador to the US, and Wang Guangya (LSE), Permanent Representative of China to the UN.

1990-1991: CSSA-UK 3rd President — Rao Tzihe.

According to the data, Rao Zihe was the first president. The A.B.F.A. is also the overseas governing body of many national organizations, such as the European and American Students’ Association, the Chinese Students’ Association and so on. From this point of view, the importance of this federation to the country can be imagined. In addition to the large number of overseas elites who have been reunited with the United Kingdom during its 30 years of existence, it is a perfect fit to become a conduit for BGY plan.

Well, that’s all for “the Farmer and the Snake”story. In this article, we also revealed a shocking secret: “Not only have they mastered the ability to make viral weapons, but they are also able to produce neurotoxins, thus the whole shocking strategic layout and plan and the big boss behind it is finally going to be revealed.

Edited by:【Himalaya Hawk Squad

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