China’s TikTok Caught Spying on Millions of iPhone Users

China’s video sharing app TikTok has been caught spying on millions of iPhone users. Earlier this year, Forbes writer Zak Doffman reported on a technical issue with iOS 14. The exploit allowed for people to access the clipboard on a person’s device. Doffman warned that this exploit could be used to abuse the privacy of users. This exploit was fixed … Read More

Most of China’s BRI Projects Abroad Hit By Pandemic

China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) projects abroad have been adversely hit by the pandemic. The BRI is a billions worth plan from China. This project was launched back in 2013 when President Xi Jinping came into office. It has several objectives. First, it is to extend its influence in foreign countries. It will also boost China’s trade and investment. … Read More

Huawei Backed by Chinese Military, Says US

The United States (US) Department of Defense says that Huawei is owned by the Chinese military. Apart from Huawei, they go on to say that the top 20 Chinese companies are also backed or owned by the Chinese military. These include video surveillance company Hikvision, and Chinese telecommunication companies China Mobile and Avic to name a few. All of these … Read More

Singapore Picks Nokia and Ericsson to Build 5G Networks

Singapore’s telecommunication companies have chosen Nokia and Ericsson to help build fifth generation (5G) networks. Singapore’s biggest wireless network companies have chosen Nokia and Ericsson over China’s Huawei. These companies will help build 5G networks all across Singapore. The decision comes at a time when the United States (US) and China continue with their disputes. One consequence of these disputes … Read More

Majority Want to Continue Telecommuting After Pandemic

Majority of respondents from a survey said that they want to continue telecommuting even after the pandemic has ended. The Japanese government recently conducted a survey regarding the current work practices. Of all the respondents, 70% stated that they want to continue telecommuting – or working from home – even after the pandemic is over. Of those 70% in favor … Read More

China Suspends Chicken Imports from Tyson Foods

China has just suspended chicken imports from United States (US) company Tyson Foods. This happened after their facility in Arkansas tested positive for the Coronavirus. China stated that they suspended the import of Chicken from Tyson Foods due to hundreds of Coronavirus cases. These cases were found in a plant in Arkansas. The Chinese government noted in a news release … Read More

New Coronavirus Found in Beijing’s Seafood and Meat Products

Heavy traces of the new Coronavirus were just found in certain seafood and meat products in Beijing. An analysis of seafood and meat trading sections in Beijing has shown that they are heavily contaminated with the new Coronavirus. This new report came out just as a resurgence of new Coronavirus cases appeared in China. These new cases over the past … Read More

India to Boycott Chinese Goods After Border Battle

India has called for the boycott of all Chinese goods after the border battle turned bloody this past week. Apart from boycotting Chinese goods, the Indian government has added more actions to hurt China. For one, they have blocked any and all investments from China. They have also increased tariffs on certain Chinese products. The Indian government has shed specifics … Read More

Asian Aviation Jobs Less Likely to be Cut

Asian aviation jobs are less likely to be cut as opposed to their European (EU) and United States (US). The head of the aviation industry association just reported on the standing of Asian aviation carriers. This head represents several of Asia’s biggest carriers.  He states that jobs in the Asian aviation industry are going to hold strong. This doesn’t necessarily … Read More

Covid-19 Changes How Chinese Restaurants Do Business

The Covid-19 virus has disrupted family values and drastically changed how Chinese restaurants do business. The Covid-19 pandemic has affected many things. Apart from people’s health and lives, it has caused Chinese restaurants to rethink how they do business. This change can be seen via the long used utensils of choice: the chopsticks. Most, if not all, Chinese families prepare … Read More