China Update – July 18, 2011

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International Herald Leader: “Carrying the Flag" in the South China
Sea, Vietnam Embarrasses China [Featured Report]

Communist Party Members in Foreign Invested Companies

People’s Daily Condemns Obama’s Meeting with the Dalai Lama

Chinese American Organizations Denounces Obama-Dalai Lama Meeting

FE1International Herald
Leader: “Carrying the Flag" in the South China Sea, Vietnam Embarrasses China

An article
published on June 13 in the International Herald Leader, a newspaper under
Xinhua, gives Beijing’s version of the recent events in the South China Sea. In
particular, it targets Vietnam. The article is translated below. [Full Text]

China Update – July 18,

Briefings: Following
major developments from Chinese language media not generally available to the

BR1 Communist Party Members in
Foreign Invested Companies

Xinhua published an article featuring stories of how
Chinese Communist Party (CCP) members and branches inside foreign invested
companies in Shanghai helped the companies pull through difficult times during
the global financial crisis. A few large corporations including the U.K.’s
Hamworthy, the U.S.’s Medtronic, Walmart, and Hamilton Sundstrand, Korea’s
Samsung, and Finland’s Nokia Siemens Networks, have CCP branches in place in
their China subsidiaries.

According to the article, “In 2004, Shanghai
Foreign Service Co., Ltd, (abbreviated SFSC, a subsidiary company of Shanghai
World Expo Group, which specializes in human resource management for foreign
investment companies in Shanghai) assumed the function of managing its 3,900
Chinese Communist Party members. Among the 550,000 employees of foreign invested
companies, almost 10,000 are CCP members. As of end of March this year, under
SFSC, there awere 407 stand-alone CCP branches in individual foreign invested
companies and 88 CCP branches jointly across foreign invested companies."

“There are more than 6,000 foreign invested companies in Suzhou City,
with over 1,000 CCP organizations in place. Statistics indicate that, at the end
of 2010, there were 7,300 CCP organizations in ‘two new’ types of organizations,
managing 110,292 CCP members, accounting for one third of the city’s total
membership."[Ed. note: The “two new" types of organizations refer to new
economic and social organizations. Before the economic reform, CCP organizations
existed in virtually all units of Chinese society. Since the reform, many new
economic and social organizations, such as foreign invested companies, appeared
and there were originally no CCP organization in place.]

Source: Xinhua,
July 15, 2011

BR2 People’s Daily Condemns
Obama’s Meeting with the Dalai Lama

A July 16, 2011, a People’s Daily commentary
criticized U.S. President Obama, because, against the objections of the Chinese
government, he met with the Dalai Lama in the White House map room. “The
development of events shows that the U.S. insists on interfering with China’s
internal affairs and has harmed the Sino-U.S. relationship."

The article
said, “While begging for a meeting with U.S. government officials and profiting
from U.S. tax payers money, Dalai has repeatedly neglected the historic facts,
intensified attacks on the Chinese government, and claimed ‘to cause trouble for

The commentary further added, “a (U.S. State Department)
official announced that by the end of July this year, the U.S. government will
allocate funding of $2 million for a two-year project to support the Tibetans
settling down in India, Nepal, Bhutan and other South Asia countries, with the
goal of ‘increased economic opportunities which will encourage youth to remain
in the settlements, strengthen community ties, and preserve cultural and
linguistic traditions.’ This type of monetary ‘support’ will undoubtedly
encourage and intensify the Dalai clique’s separatist activities."

Source: People’s Daily Online, July 16, 2011

BR3 Chinese American
Organizations Denounces Obama-Dalai Lama Meeting

Some overseas Chinese organizations in the United
States have echoed Beijng’s outcry and lashed out at the Obama-Dalai Lama
meeting, saying it hurts the overseas Chinese people’s feelings.

Xiaohui, the executive deputy president of the Washington D.C. branch of the
China Council for the Promotion of Peaceful National Unification, said,
“Overseas Chinese in the United States insist on maintaining national
reunification, and oppose any separatist act. The Tibetan issue is China’s
internal affair; no country or no person is allowed to interfere."

Yubin, deputy chair of the Union of Chinese American Professional Organizations,
said, “The Tibetan issue is China’s internal affair and should be decided by the
Chinese people themselves. Obama’s meeting with the Dalai Lama is interfering
with China’s internal affairs. Overseas Chinese firmly oppose any separatist act
and support peace and the reunification of the motherland."

Xinhua, July 17, 2011


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