Huawei CFO’s arrest poses a threat to China’s global 5G mobile ambitions
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To convincingly rebut your usual false accusations, I even combined the older and new version of my hp bill to show irrefutable proof that my hp subscription plan is only $6. I added the $5 Caller ID as an option which can be cancelled anytime. Laughing

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7-12-2018 11:53 AM
alanis said:
But you are dumb enough to think that ALL others are idiots! Rolling on the flor laughing
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PRC Cheena Analnis falsely accused me of lying about my $6 Singtel Mobile plan. Previously, he falsely accused me of lying about having BOC credit cards which I didn't bother to activate. In both instances, I submitted convincing and irrefutable photographic proof that his false accusations are baseless and that Analnis is an @sshole and fucktard without a proper working brain and lacking utter credibility. Going to bookmark this thread to serve as a constant reminder to him that he is nothing more than an utterly useless piece of PRC Cheena shit

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#33
Are you speculating that Meng is arrested because of Prof Zhang death? It will be interesting to know what is the working relationship between the two...... Thinking
7-12-2018 11:14 AM
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THE HUAWEI KIDNAPPING: MORE THAN MEETS THE EYE?

There may be a lot more than meets the eye in Canada’s shock arrest, at US behest, of Huawei’s CFO and heir apparent Meng Wanzhou (link below).

Chinese sources have assembled the following facts:

• April 2017: A director of Chinese tech giant Huawei personally escorts famed Shanghai-born physicist Zhang Shoucheng from the latter’s hotel in Shenzhen. Jackson & Wood Professor of Physics at Stanford University, Zhang was in town to attend an IT summit.

• Sept. 2018: Prof. Zhang receives a European physics award, one of his many honors. His work in quantum physics is expected to revolutionize the global semiconductor industry. Yang Zhenning, the first Chinese scientist to receive the Nobel Physics Prize (1957), had predicted that Zhang would be the next one.

• Dec. 1, 2018: Prof. Zhang and Meng Wanzhou are expected to attend a dinner in Argentina, where the G20 summit is being held.

• Dec. 1, 2018: On her way there, Meng is arrested in transit by the Canadian government.

• Dec. 1, 2018: Prof. Zhang falls to his death from a building in the US, allegedly a suicide. Said to be suffering from depression, he was 55.

• Dec. 1, 2018: A nighttime fire breaks out at a factory of Holland’s ASML, the world’s leading manufacturer of extreme ultraviolet (EUV) lithography technology. EUV is crucial to the production of the next generation of semi-conductors, which US and Chinese tech firms as well as Korea’s Samsung are competing to be first to bring to market. Leading Chinese semiconductor producer SMIC is known to have ordered EUV technology worth US$120 million from ASML, for scheduled delivery early in 2019. After the fire, ASML announced that it expected delays in shipments of its products, notably early 2019.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/94786790...336526577/

Photos: Fire at ASML factory; EUV machine; Prof. Zhang
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#34
possible 30 yrs jail term per news say..... Laughing Bye
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