From Hong Kong to Taiwan, Xi Jinping wants shift from 'one country, two systems' to single government
By setting up Hong Kong as a testing ground, the Chinese Communist Party is establishing itself as the definitive body for judging any form of resistance to the National Security Law. Xi Jingping is hopeful of shortly being able to apply that same governance in Taiwan.
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Boris Johnson consults corporate intelligence firms on China
As it puts the finishing touches on its new Investment Security Unit, set up to prevent attempts at economic predation on UK businesses, especially from China, 10 Downing Street is turning to corporate intelligence firms to help with the task.
Beijing's VIE crackdown a boost for Hong Kong corporate intelligence firms
Many companies are calling on Hong Kong business intelligence firms to better understand the impact of Beijing's latest measures regarding variable interest entities (VIEs), which give foreigners a backdoor way to invest in Chinese companies.
Mainland's tightening grip on Hong Kong security agencies jostled by massage parlour raid
The director of the Hong Kong Police Force's national security department, Frederic Choi Chin-pang, was placed on leave this month, hamstringing an office that has seen its powers rapidly expand under Beijing's national security law.
Facebook drops San Francisco-Hong Kong submarine cable amid growing national security concerns
Facebook has withdrawn its proposal for the Bay to Bay Express Cable System (BtoBE), according to a September 10 FCC filing. The move comes just weeks after the social media giant abandoned the Hong Kong link of another trans-Pacific submarine cable, the Pacific Light Cable Network (PLCN), after US agencies flagged the project for potential national security risks.