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August 5, 2022 – As tensions between the People’s Republic of China (PRC) and Taiwan escalate following the visit of United States House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to Taiwan, the Chinese Media Studies Project (CMSP ) from the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) publishes translations, reports, analysis and videos covering the current situation in the region, from within and without. Just last week, China halted cooperation with the United States on climate and military issues after sending missiles over Taiwan in retaliation for the visit; Earlier, he announced sanctions against Pelosi and his direct family members and called the visit “vicious and provocative actions.”

Long before Speaker Pelosi’s visit, CMSP publications focused on the wave of warnings and threats from Chinese officials and experts about it. Since then, the project has released official videos showing China’s military capabilities, statements reiterating that the Chinese military ‘remains fully prepared for any crisis’, and reactions to the visit from the Middle East and Russia. and speculation about its possible ramifications.

MEMRI CMSP monitors, translates, and analyzes primary source content from Chinese print and online media, videos from Chinese television stations, textbooks, and official government documents and transcripts. He also translates speeches by a wide range of Chinese government and military officials, as well as statements by journalists from Chinese-language media, including social media. In doing so, it offers a broader and more nuanced understanding of China, its people, its Chinese Communist Party-led government, its ideology, and its regional and international aspirations.

A new effort by MEMRI CMSP is its Chinese Schoolbooks Initiative – an ongoing review of the Chinese government’s education system. The initiative studies official PRC textbooks for primary and secondary school children, including translated excerpts and commentaries from these deeply ideological texts used by the PRC to mold young minds.

The CMSP is the only project carrying out this research. Nobody else does what we do.

Heino Klinck, former U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for East Asia and former U.S. military attaché to China, who is also a member of the MEMRI advisory board and a regular contributor to the CMSP, said: “I frequently referenced the products of the CMSP while I was in power, as MEMRI’s work uniquely captured the narrative woven by the People’s Republic of China for its own domestic audience. MEMRI’s translations leave no doubt about the Chinese Communist Party’s intention to dominate the region and beyond.

For nearly 25 years, MEMRI has bridged the language gap between the Arab and Muslim world and the West by providing continuous and timely translations in English and other Western languages ​​to Western audiences, emphasizing the reality of Middle Eastern, from Arabic, Persian, Turkish, Urdu and Pashto. Over six years ago we added Russian, and in 2020 we added Chinese (Mandarin and Cantonese).


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  • Taiwan

  • Military and security developments

  • Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Statements and Policies

  • Anti-American statements

  • Regional and international relations

  • Reactions to world events

  • Human rights violations

Below are some recent reports and videos from the CMSP. You can see all the latest reports and analysis on the CMSP website and all clips on the CMSP page of the MEMRI TV website.


China increases military and ‘law enforcement’ activity in Taiwan Strait as ‘serious warning’ to Taiwan separatists, ‘stern deterrence’ against US escalation, August 3, 2022

Chinese FM spokesperson Hua Chunying on Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan: The US is approaching our red line, any Chinese countermeasures would be legitimate, August 2, 2022

Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Spokesperson Global Times: “Tension Rises Hours Ahead of Pelosi’s Potential Taiwan Visit as PLA Remains Fully Prepared for Any Crisis,” August 2, 2022

Chinese military video released by Iran ahead of US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s Asia trip showcases infantry, navy, air and missile capabilities, August 1, 2022

Chinese experts: ‘People’s Liberation Army Rocket Force could conduct drills with new missiles targeting all possible US aircraft carriers… Involved in Pelosi’s visit [To Taiwan]’, July 28, 2022

MEMRI Special Dispatch No. 10096, Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Mouthpiece Commentator Hu Xijin: “People’s Liberation Army Warplane May ‘Accompany’ Pelosi’s Plane If She Surrenders in Taiwan”, July 26, 2022

#9707 Chinese Foreign Ministry officials during Pelosi’s planned visit to Taiwan: visit will undermine our sovereignty and deal a blow to US-China relations; If U.S. insists, China will take “resolute” action to protect its national security, July 19, 2022

MEMRI TV Clip No. 9697, Chinese Taiwan Affairs Office Spokesperson Ma Xiaoguang: We will crush all DPP efforts to achieve Taiwanese independence, July 15, 2022

MEMRI Special Dispatch #10042, Chinese Media “The United States Cannot Save Taiwan…Once Mainland China Is Forced to Resort to Non-Peaceful Means to Reunite Taiwan,” June 27, 2022


MEMRI Special Dispatch No. 1009, China Military Online: “NATO has proven to be nothing but an aggression bloc”; “NATO has initiated intensive interactions with Asia-Pacific countries… with the intention of endangering world peace”, June 9, 2022

MEMRI Special Dispatch No. 10007, , Taiwan’s ‘Global Defense Magazine’: ‘If Taiwan loses maritime and air superiority in initial battle’ with China, Ukrainian ‘urban warfare scenario’ may be repeated in Taiwan, June 9 2022

MEMRI TV Clip No. 9646, China Unveils Fujian, its third aircraft carrier launched in ten years, June 17, 2022

MEMRI TV Clip No. 9584, China unveils Zhu Hai Yun unmanned vessel for transporting and deploying drones, said to have military capabilities, May 20, 2022

MEMRI TV Clip No. 9571, Chinese PLA Navy Aircraft Carrier and Naval Aviation Forces Propaganda Film: We Are Sharpening The Sword, April 22, 2022


MEMRI Special Dispatch #10121, Russian Commentators Believe Pelosi’s Provocative Taiwan Visit Will Play Into Russian Hands, August 4, 2022

MEMRI Special Dispatch No. 10114, Emirati ‘Al-Khalij’ Daily: The US Is Employer A Confrontational Policy Against China, which Could Lead To Global Catastrophe, August 2, 2022

MEMRI TV Clip No. 9727, Syrian Presidential Advisor Bouthaina Shaaban on Chinese TV: China wants to eradicate poverty, has a collaborative human mentality; The West is unilateral and racist, Land of Ruins, July 8, 2022


MEMRI Special Dispatch No. 10094, Chinese Think Tank Research Report: “We should have no illusions about the full and intensified ideological game between China and the United States, and must make full preparation” , July 25, 2022

Special Dispatch No. 10048, CCP Mouthpiece “Global Times”: “Small Circles” of US and West “Constantly Seek and Create Enemies” – While BRICS Encourage “Genuine Multilateralism,” June 29 2022


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