Cadence of Conflict: Asia, June 27, 2016


China seems to be the talk of town, especially with hitting. China cyberattacks hit the US less, but more strategically, says a study. A hailstorm tornado hit China and killed 98, critically wounded 200 and injured another 600 in a farming and factory village. Chinese bank management hit employees on stage at a training session for under-performance shows a video, the bank apologized.

But people are also “out”. India wanted in on a nuke control group, but claims that China kept India out. A group of Taiwanese involved in a phone scam in Cambodia were going to be deported to “China”, even though airline companies would know that their passports would keep them out at the destination. The Taiwanese complained and Cambodia delayed on sending them out. And, interestingly after Britain voted out of the EU, a new party in Hong Kong wants out of China by going back to Britain first, but only for a short time.

The Symony’s Cadence does not make any judgment or prediction concerning Hong Kong, except that, without vying to supply its own military as Singapore does—and without strong respect and peace with China and other countries as Singapore has—Hong Kong never has an answerable prayer of independence.

India blames China for stalled nuclear group entry | Japan Times

Cyberattacks from China: Less numerous but more effective | ZDNet

Chinese Curb Cyberattacks on U.S. Interests, Report Finds | NY Times

…Crediting  Obama in the first paragraph

Video shows China bank employees being spanked | BBC

Cambodia holds off on deportations | Taipei Times

New party seeks Hong Kong’s independence, via return to British rule | SCMP

East China: Tornado and hailstorm kill 98; rescuers search rubble | Indian Express