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Q: Do you ever ... 'Global Times' yourself?

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-05-17/chinese-media-barbaric-us-beha...

 

China Slams "Barbaric" US Behavior Toward Huawei As "A Declaration Of War" 

A letter written by He Tingbo, president of HiSilicon, a semiconductor company owned by Huawei, was published on Friday in China. In the letter, which the Global Times described as "touching and which has won public support", He said that employees of the company embarked on the "most stirring journey in technology history in recent years" to make backup products for Huawei and now these products will finally be put to use.  

Or maybe not if Trump gets his way and Huawei is barred from operating in the US, something which the bond market is increasingly concerned about, sending the price on Huawei's dollar bond plunging the most in history overnight.

The plunge came even though in his letter to employees, He Tingbo also claimed that Huawei will be able to continue its service to clients in such scenario, and will push for innovation and achieve technological independence.

 

In other words, China is increasingly forced to resort to hollow, jingoist propaganda to rally the people around the flag, such as this one from the Global Times Editor In Chief, Hu Xijin, who earlier on Friday tweeted that "Shanghai stock exchange index dropped 2.48% Friday due to worry of an overall escalation of trade war, but Huawei related stocks soared. This is vote of confidence of the market on Huawei's long prepared back-up plan. Huawei's US supplies will become real victims."

 

 

 

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I think, time to switch and teach other languages in China has arrived ...:

 

China State Run Media Broadcasts Anti-American Movies To Millions Amid Deepening Trade War 

"Enlightenment from this film to Chinese: there's no equal negotiation without fighting."

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Did I tell you or what ...? 

 

Beijing Demands Giant Pandas Loaned To San Diego Zoo Be Returned Immediately

And China will be able to ensure they are handed back the correct pandas rather than cheap US fakes due to the fact that Beijing’s facial recognition technology now extends to pandas too... 

 

I want my panda back immediatelly ... or "we are at war ..." surprise

 

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The Boycott Begins: Chinese Company Orders Employees To "Stop Using American Products, Eating At KFC"

"The functions in Huawei are comparable to Apple iPhones or even better. We have such a good smartphone alternative; why are we still using Apple?"

 

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