Category: China

NJ-04: Rep. Smith’s Hong Kong bill, unpopular in Beijing, advances on Capitol Hill

WASHINGTON, D.C. – On Wednesday, legislation sponsored by Rep. Chris Smith (R, NJ-04) known as the “Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act” (HR 3289) cleared the House Foreign Affairs Committee; a companion bill sponsored by U.S. Senator Marco Rubio Read More

Rider says planned sale of N.J. college to Chinese company isn’t happening

TRENTON, N.J. – Rider University is abandoning plans to sell one of its colleges to a former Chinese defense contractors. The new plan: programs previously provided by the Princeton-based Westminster Choir College will instead be held at Rider’s flagship Lawrenceville campus starting Read More

UPDATE: Grewal seeks to stall sale of N.J. college to Chinese-owned company

PRINCETON, N.J. – Rider University’s hugely controversial decision to sell a respected music school to Kaiwen Education, a company party-owned by the Chinese government is receiving a challenge from the State of new Jersey. This week, the New Jersey Attorney General’s Read More

Legislators sponsor resolution opposing sale of N.J. college to Chinese company

PRINCETON, N.J. — Will China soon own an institution of higher education on New Jersey soil? The century-old, Princeton-based Westminster Choir College, a well-respected music school, may soon be the property of a Chinese government-owned company named “Beijing Kaiwen Education Read More

Kushner Family Offers Wealthy Chinese Investors The Chance To Buy Their Way Into The US

The Kushner family told a group of 100 wealthy Chinese investors Saturday that they could secure immigration visas to the U.S. with an investment of half a million dollars, several media outlets revealed. Speaking in Beijing, Nicole Kushner Meyer, sister Read More

Trump Questions Whether US Should Continue ‘One China’ Policy

U.S. President-elect Donald Trump questioned Sunday whether the United States should continue its “one China” policy that includes its Taiwan province, unless Beijing offers concessions on trade and other issues. “I don’t want China dictating to me,” Trump said in Read More

US Lawmakers, Chinese Dissidents Ask Trump to Pressure Beijing on Rights

Some U.S. lawmakers are urging President-elect Donald Trump and his incoming administration to recalibrate U.S.-China relations with a harder line on human rights. “It is increasingly clear that there is direct link between China’s domestic human-rights problems and the security Read More

Hackers May Bring Back The Paper Ballot

Traditional paper ballots may be making a comeback, thanks to the slew of cybersecurity hacks hitting presidential candidates, the government and election databases. The 2000 presidential contest between Republican nominee George W. Bush and Democratic nominee Al Gore was substantially Read More

Booker confuses “vision” and delusion

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Look: I get that the Democrat Party needs something to celebrate right now, Save Jerseyans. Desperately. I remember how it felt after Election 2006! The emotional scars will never heal. Cory Booker Read More