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The British government has refused to officially label China as a “threat”, despite calls from lawmakers after a researcher in the British parliament was allegedly accused of spying for China.
Morrison Lee, the Taiwanese businessman accused by China for being “a spy”, revealed that he had been suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), during the long years of detention in China.
In the 1960s, Switzerland stood at the center of a global Chinese espionage network. Many Taiwanese diplomats could be blackmailed into collaboration because they had relatives living in China.
CCP pressure on Taiwan forms an interlocking web of coercion that demands pushback from the international community.
When he wasn’t converting people, Father Francois Xavier d’Entrecolles was extracting trade secrets from porcelain producers.