Academic freedom vs. Communist rule
In China, questioning authority is a crime.
Will it be effective?
"politics of racial resentment dressed up in the banal dog whistle of 'national security'"
"we must be alert"
"theft is not innovation"
Arrested on his way back to China...
Working for the CCP?
"Never heard of it"
"a firm but fair signal"
A long history...
"Something we should take seriously"
"an indication of just how deep Chinese government influence now goes"
"The United States was largely wrong."
"This is a very difficult time now with China”
The right move?
China at work?
What's to hide?
Who do they think they are?
Where have we seen this before?
Is this what's next here?
China gaining a "foothold"?
"To say criticism of a racist regime is racist is absolutely wrong."
"it will continue until something is done to stop it"
"We have the evidence"
How deep does this run?
"The world is watching."
How widespread is this?
How many of these cases are there?
It's more than you think...
What will be the outcome?
Check out these numbers...
Like it or not...
“I am very happy to see that Miami has made this move."
“It should concern all users..."
Why do they do it?
Guilty as charged?