French media: Beijing Sustains Economic Growth With Debts
China’s economic growth has reached 7.5% in the second
quarter, higher than what was previously estimated, at 7.4%.
On July 17, Radio France Internationale excerpts correlation
analysis and commentary from major French media claim that
Beijing relies on debt to sustain economic growth.
A comprehensive analysis from various media, RFI reported
China’s economic growth in the second quarter was higher
than expected, mainly due to a series of economic
Although the CCP officially avoids the term, “stimulate,"
these measures displayed Beijing’s concern over the economic
growth drop to 7.4% for the first quarter.
While keeping the high economic growth indicator continues to be
the primary task,
Beijing is still willing to continue with the country’s public debt
burden increase and to postpone the looming economic reforms.
CPPCC Standing Committee Lied in Immigration Interview
A CPPCC (National Committee of the Chinese People’s
Political Consultative Conference) Standing Committee,
was reportedly declined Canadian investment immigration,
due to his concealment of his real identity as a CPPCC
Ming Pao reported that the CPPCC Standing Committee
Cui Hailin (transliteration) applied for Canadian investment
immigration in January 2011.
In his interview with the Hong Kong Immigration Department
office last January 21, he was asked if he was ever employed
at a government department or joined any organization.
Cui Hailin claimed that he had never joined any organization.
But when the immigration official brought up the website
information from the Communist regime showing his title
as a member of the CPPCC Standing Committee,
Cui was compelled to admit.
The immigration officer rejected the application believing that
Cui Hailin had not honestly answered questions and his reply
After the rejection, Cui Hailin filed a judicial review
to the Federal Court of Canada.
The Federal Court of Canada rejected his application on July 7.
Mass Protest Against Shenzhen Police Beating
On the evening of the 16th, Shenzhen traffic police conducted
violent law enforcement and injured an automobile driver.
Nearly 2,000 people protested. Thousands of police were
dispatched to evict the crowd.
Eyewitness told our reporter, shouts and sirens have been
A police shuttle and a bus were smashed.
The police hit whoever was in the way and arrested more than
The protest lasted for about 7 hours until 3:00 in the morning.