China Reform Monitor

The American Foreign Policy Council's Review of P.R.C. Government Actions and U.S. Policy

China Reform Monitor

China Reform Monitor No. 1483

November 17, 2021 Joshua Eisenman

U.S. intel official warns: China seeks to dominate advanced tech;
China's cyberspace administration to eliminate "illegal publishing and reprinting";
U.S. revokes license of China telecom;
Hong Kong passes new film censorship law;
Beijing wants "new media platforms that cover the entire world"

China Reform Monitor No. 1482

November 12, 2021 Joshua Eisenman

Biden vows to defend Taiwan if China attacks;
U.S. warns of Beijing's efforts to collect genetic data;
China-based hackers attack Hillel Yaffe Medical Center;
China to build outpost for Tajik forces near Xinjiang, Afghan border;
China rations electricity and diesel amid shortages

China Reform Monitor No. 1481

October 25, 2021 Joshua Eisenman

Harvard Beijing Academy moves to Taipei;
U of HK orders removal of statue commemorating Tiananmen protests;
Tight funding, facility shortages top list of education challenges;
Xi pushes property tax legislation;
China provides economic and political support to the Taliban

China Reform Monitor No. 1480

October 22, 2021 Joshua Eisenman

Mental health survey: Many cases of depression, lack of treatment;
News leaks of U.S. secretly training Taiwan forces...;
...as Beijing warns Washington;
Microsoft to shut down LinkedIn app in China;
Apple Store crackdown hits holy books and Amazon's Audible

China Reform Monitor No. 1479

October 5, 2021 Joshua Eisenman

PLA suffers from shortage of recruits and "low troop morale";
Lithuania urges Europeans to toss Chinese phones;
Huawei Chairman: U.S. sanctions to blame for $30-$40B in revenue loss;
China makes all cryptocurrency transactions illegal;
Facing crisis, Beijing orders energy firms to secure supplies