Liu Xuanzun
Reporter, Beijing
Defense reporter at the Global Times covering weapons and military development.
  • Chinese political advisor suggests more PLA aircraft carrier visits to HK

    China should organize an aircraft carrier task group to visit the country's Hong Kong Special Administrative Region in 2021, a move that can boost the senses of pride, safety and belonging for people in Hong Kong and safeguard Hong Kong's prosperity and stability by displaying China's strong national defense capability, a national political advisor suggested at the ongoing two sessions.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2021/3/5 16:00:13
  • China hikes defense budget by 6.8 % in 2021, faster than 6.6% growth last year

    China increased its 2021 defense budget by 6.8 percent to 1.35 trillion yuan ($ 209 billion) in a quicker pace than last year's growth, which analysts believe is normal, steady and restrained as the country resiliently emerges from the wreckage of COVID-19 pandemic.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2021/3/5 10:19:12
  • PLA Navy holds joint landing exercises far away from mainland

    A Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) Navy joint expeditionary training group recently conducted a series of combat-scenario, cross-service exercises including amphibious landing in waters away from the mainland, and experts said on Wednesday that such far sea training will boost the PLA's capability in defending China's sovereignty and development interests.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2021/3/3 20:55:06
  • PLA commissions upgraded destroyer, naval drills show

    A newly commissioned, upgraded variation of the Type 052D destroyer recently made its public debut in a series of maritime exercises by the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) Navy, and analysts said more warships of this class are expected to join the service soon.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2021/3/2 19:33:57
  • China to hold month-long military drills in South China Sea

    The exercises come at a time when the US has started to again frequently conduct close-up reconnaissance operations on China's coastal regions as well as on hydrological environments in the South China Sea.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2021/2/28 23:08:39
  • Chinese legislator urges enhanced drone usage in border regions

    A Chinese legislator who leads a regiment in the country's southwestern border defense frontline will submit a proposal at the upcoming two sessions, suggesting that China should enhance border management and control by deploying more smart equipment like drones, as his experience and research indicate huge room for improvement despite the wide use of such devices by the People's Liberation Army (PLA).

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2021/2/28 20:13:40
  • PLA Navy expedition group crosses equator

    A Chinese People's Liberation Army Navy expedition group led by a Type 052D destroyer recently crossed the equator as it sailed further into the open sea, and such missions enable the PLA to get familiar with the high seas as China eyes to build a blue-water navy, experts said on Thursday.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2021/2/25 19:58:39
  • PLA bombers practice maritime strike amid foreign provocations in S. China Sea

    At least 10 bombers of the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) Southern Theater Command recently held maritime strike exercises in a move that showed China has more than anti-ship ballistic missiles to deter hostile vessels, analysts said on Wednesday. The drills come at a time when countries from outside the region, including the US and France, are making provocations in the South China Sea.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2021/2/24 17:49:49
  • Chinese weapons shine at Mideast expo

    China's arms industry has brought a broad selection of weapons and equipment to an ongoing major large-scale international arms expo in the Middle East, attracting wide interest, with analysts saying on Tuesday that Chinese arms have prospects in the defense market in the region despite the COVID-19 pandemic.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2021/2/23 22:36:32
  • China's first carrier-based early warning plane continues flight tests: report

    China's first domestically developed fixed-wing early warning aircraft capable of taking off and landing on aircraft carriers recently conducted another successful flight test, state media revealed for the first time on Sunday, and Chinese military experts said they expect the plane to operate on large aircraft carriers equipped with catapults.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2021/2/22 17:57:31
  • Honoring martyrs shows nationwide support to PLA, sincerity of easing tensions

    Patriotism and profound respect toward the People's Liberation Army (PLA) martyrs who sacrificed their lives to defend China's territory in the Galwan Valley conflict with India in June 2020 have been the hottest topics trending on Chinese social media networks in recent days, but Chinese authorities and the public are demonstrating sophistication of not letting antagonism overwhelm rationality.

    By Yang Sheng, Chen Qingqing and Liu Xuanzun | 2021/2/21 22:18:39
  • Chinese military to build new-type training system amid external threats

    The Chinese military announced on Saturday that it will build a new type of training system that would improve military training in all respects, strengthen the capability to win wars and build the Chinese military into a world-class one.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2021/2/21 20:28:38
  • Update: China, India expected to further disengage border troops following latest talks

    China and India reportedly held the 10th round of corps commander-level talks on Saturday, and Chinese analysts predicted on Sunday that the two countries' troops could further disengage at other previous hot spots after smooth disengagement at the northern and southern banks of Pangong Tso days earlier.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2021/2/21 19:07:24
  • PLA Navy commissions final Type 056A corvettes specialized in coastal defense

    The Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) Navy recently commissioned its last batch of Type 056A corvettes specialized in coastal defense, with the total number of the Type 056 series reaching 72, as analysts predicted on Wednesday that China could then shift focus to produce more larger warships as part of the country's aim to build a blue-water navy.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2021/2/17 17:38:40
  • PLA destroyer flotilla joins multinational drills in Pakistan with US, Russian navies

    A Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) Navy flotilla led by a Type 052D destroyer on Thursday started participating in a multinational exercise in Pakistan, a unique platform experts said that provides opportunities for Chinese and Russian navies to come together with their counterparts from the US and other Western countries.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2021/2/12 18:02:58
  • China, India armies disengage, 'breakthrough in returning to peace'

    The Chinese and Indian armies started to disengage simultaneously on Wednesday after a months-long border standoff, and Chinese experts hailed the move as a key breakthrough that will ease border tensions and hopefully lead to peace and stability.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2021/2/10 19:03:35
  • China completes construction of medium-thrust aeroengine production line

    A Chinese arms firm has recently completed construction of a third-generation medium-thrust aeroengine production line, and analysts said that China can now mass produce warplanes without having to rely on imported engines.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2021/2/10 0:00:02
  • US dual carrier drills in S. China Sea 'symbolic, not militarily practical'

    The US dual aircraft carrier operations in the South China Sea on Tuesday has more symbolic and political meanings rather than military significance, as the US is fully aware of the power of China's anti-ship ballistic missiles, Chinese military experts said.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2021/2/9 22:13:40
  • Gwadar a commercial port, to receive port calls by ships of different navies: Pakistan Navy chief

    The Gwadar Port is a commercial port that may receive port calls by ships of different navies, said Admiral M Amjad Khan Niazi, Chief of the Naval Staff of the Pakistan Navy, in a recent exclusive interview with the Global Times, in response to media reports claiming the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) is mulling to build a naval base in Pakistan.

    By Liu Xuanzun and Guo Yuandan | 2021/2/8 10:01:30
  • Pakistan Navy welcomes potential exercises with, visits by Chinese aircraft carriers: Pakistan Navy chief

    The Pakistan Navy would like to conduct an exercise with aircraft carriers of the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) and welcome their visits, Admiral M Amjad Khan Niazi, Chief of the Naval Staff of the Pakistan Navy, told the Global Times in a recent exclusive interview.

    By Liu Xuanzun and Guo Yuandan | 2021/2/8 9:57:52
  • China, Pakistan strength naval collaboration with arms procurement: Pakistan Navy chief

    Naval collaboration between China and Pakistan is strengthening with a series of arms procurements, as Pakistan is acquiring Chinese-made frigates that will be one of the most technologically advanced platforms of the Pakistan Navy and submarines that would substantially add to the offensive capability of the Pakistan Navy, Admiral M Amjad Khan Niazi, Chief of the Naval Staff of the Pakistan Navy, told the Global Times in a recent exclusive interview.

    By Liu Xuanzun and Guo Yuandan | 2021/2/8 9:52:25
  • Xi calls for enhanced combat readiness from Chinese military during holidays

    Chinese President Xi Jinping called for the Chinese military to enhance its combat readiness during the upcoming Spring Festival holidays when he recently inspected an aviation division of the People's Liberation Army (PLA) Air Force. And experts said other militaries should not have the illusion that they can make provocative moves during the holidays without meeting PLA's countermeasures.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2021/2/7 19:32:50
  • China's Type 99A main battle tank deployed in high-altitude border defense frontier: reports

    The Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) has deployed its most powerful tank, the Type 99A, in the high-altitude border frontier at Karakoram Mountain, with supplies to celebrate the Spring Festival arriving in the hands of PLA border defense troops, recent media reports said.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2021/2/4 23:30:56
  • China conducts mid-course antiballistic missile test, system 'becomes more mature, reliable'

    China successfully conducted a land-based, mid-course antiballistic missile (ABM) technical test on Thursday in a move experts said showed China's mastery of the technology as the country's antiballistic missile system gradually matures and becomes more reliable.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2021/2/4 22:55:03
  • Pakistani, Chinese navies play important roles in maintaining maritime order of Indian Ocean: Exclusive with Pakistan Navy chief

    Global Times reporters Liu Xuanzun and Guo Yuandan (GT) recently had an exclusive interview with Chief of the Naval Staff of the Pakistan Navy (PN) Admiral M Amjad Khan Niazi (Adm. Niazi), during which the Admiral shared his visions on topics including the PN's role in promoting regional maritime security, naval cooperation between the PN and PLA Navy, and the upcoming multinational exercise.

    By Liu Xuanzun and Guo Yuandan | 2021/2/4 16:23:39
  • Zhuhai to hold Airshow China likely before November: exhibitors

    The 13th Airshow China, originally scheduled for November 2020 and postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, will be held this year. It will likely take place before November, exhibitors said.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2021/2/3 15:48:06
  • PLA Xinjiang Military Command commissions first Type 15 light tanks

    The Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) Xinjiang Military Command recently received delivery of and commissioned its first batch of China's newly developed Type 15 light tanks, which excels at rapid reaction combat in plateau regions, a Chinese expert said on Monday.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2021/2/1 20:33:40
  • PLA holds exercises near Taiwan Straits almost daily in Jan, warning on 'independence'

    The Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) reportedly sent warplanes for exercises near the Taiwan Straits almost every day of the first month of 2021, and analysts said that the Chinese mainland has talked the talk by warning that"Taiwan independence" means war, and it is also walking the walk by preparing to fight the possible war through exercises, so foreign and Taiwan secessionist forces should not miscalculate.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2021/1/31 19:47:37
  • China launches 3rd Type 075 amphibious assault ship

    China launched on Friday its third Type 075 amphibious assault ship — a genre of warship often referred to as helicopter carrier with the ability to conduct amphibious landing missions.

    By Yang Hui in Shanghai and Liu Xuanzun in Beijing | 2021/1/29 15:48:29
  • China launches 2nd Type 054A/P frigate for Pakistan

    China launched the second Type 054A/P frigate for Pakistan on Friday in Shanghai, as the Pakistan Navy Chief Naval Overseer highlighted at the launch ceremony that induction of the Type 054A/P warships will significantly enhance Pakistan's maritime defense and deterrence capabilities.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2021/1/29 14:58:07
  • China-US military relations at 'new starting point'

    In a move analysts said China sent a signal of communication and cooperation to manage risks, militaries of China and the US recently held a meeting over the search for the remains of US prisoners of war and missing-in-action personnel, as the Chinese Defense Ministry said on Thursday that China-US military relations are at a new starting point with the Biden administration, but warned it is impossible for the US to contain China if it remains determined to do so, and "Taiwan independence" will lead to war.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2021/1/28 20:06:25
  • Taiwan's display of new missile 'wrongly boosts courage of secessionists'

    Taiwan island's air force on Tuesday conducted a series of exercises, including showcasing a new missile and threatening to attack the Chinese mainland, with mainland experts saying on Wednesday the display of the weapon wrongly boosted the courage of secessionists, and risked accidents amid ongoing exercises by the People's Liberation Army (PLA) near the island. They also said the missile would not even be used if a war breaks out.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2021/1/27 22:15:26
  • PLA exercises in S.China Sea 'not related to US carrier activity'

    The Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) started a series of exercises in the South China Sea on Wednesday, which Chinese observers said is likely a regular move and not related to the recent activities of a US aircraft carrier in the region, as foreign media had speculated.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2021/1/27 19:43:39
  • China's western airspace more secure with PLA Army, Air Force integration

    The Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) Western Theater Command has begun to integrate air defense systems of the Army and Air Force in a move experts said on Tuesday can complement each other's capabilities and better secure China's air security in joint operations in the region.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2021/1/26 22:12:57
  • Latest China-India military talks agree to push for early disengagement as spring nears

    China and India on Sunday held the ninth round of the Corps Commander Level Meeting, in which both sides agreed to push for an early disengagement of the frontline troops and continue to stabilize and control the border situation, China's defense ministry announced on Monday.

    By Liu Xuanzun and Guo Yuandan | 2021/1/25 23:06:12
  • PLA continues large scale warplane exercises near Taiwan

    The Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) reportedly continued large-scale warplane exercises near the island of Taiwan on Sunday by sending 15 warplanes, two more than on Saturday, as Chinese mainland analysts said Monday that the routine drills are becoming increasingly closer to real-life combat.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2021/1/25 19:07:46
  • PLA bomber swarm near Taiwan 'likely routine operations'

    The Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) on Saturday reportedly dispatched 13 warplanes including eight H-6K bombers to locations in the middle of the island of Taiwan and the Dongsha Islands in the South China Sea, as the US aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt entered the South China Sea from the south of Taiwan on the same day for "routine operations," in a first since US President Joe Biden assumed office.

    By Liu Xuanzun and Guo Yuandan | 2021/1/24 21:33:40
  • PLA builds renewable power grids for border defense outposts in plateau, islands

    The Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) has built newly developed micro-power grid systems for more than 80 border defense outposts in remote plateau regions and islands, and troops stationed at these posts are using stable, reliable and renewable solar and wind energy sources in addition to diesel oil and battery storage, ensuring their combat capabilities, analysts said on Thursday.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2021/1/21 20:30:33
  • China's J-15 fighter jets conduct drills in frigid weather, 'prepare for aircraft carrier exercises'

    China's J-15 aircraft carrier-based fighter jets recently conducted a series of free air combat drills in temperatures below -20 C, proving the warplane's strong environmental adaptability, given that Chinese aircraft carriers will need to sail to all kinds of places around the world, experts said on Tuesday.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2021/1/19 21:03:18
  • China's 3rd aircraft carrier expected to launch in 2021: reports

    China's third aircraft carrier, expected to be very different from the previous two with much larger displacement and featuring electromagnetic catapults, could be launched in 2021 and enter naval service around 2025, media reports predicted based on recent photos of the ship's construction site.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2021/1/17 21:55:30
  • PLA plateau special forces adopt low-visibility Starry Sky camouflage uniforms

    Plateau special forces of the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) Tibet Military Command have been equipped with the latest combat uniforms with a camouflage pattern that can perfectly hide them in the surroundings, and analysts said on Sunday that the low-visibility camouflage will have a practical use in border defense missions.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2021/1/17 19:26:12
  • Official videos, state broadcaster offer hints H-20 bomber might soon be unveiled

    Speculations over China's next generation, long-range strategic stealth bomber, allegedly called the H-20, has again been ignited by recent promotional videos and state broadcaster reports after the People's Liberation Army (PLA) Air Force gave a vague glimpse of the flying wing aircraft in its 2021 recruitment video last week.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2021/1/14 22:17:24
  • China's WJ-700 drone completes maiden flight, 'creates new drone combat pattern'

    China's WJ-700, a high-altitude, long-endurance and high-speed armed reconnaissance drone said to be able to create a new pattern for drone combat, successfully conducted a maiden flight test recently, as military experts said the unmanned aircraft is characterized by its large payload and ability to launch large munitions from outside hostile anti-aircraft fire coverage zone.

    By Deng Xiaoci and Liu Xuanzun | 2021/1/13 18:48:14
  • China reveals powered exoskeleton suit for carrying ammunition

    China recently revealed another type of military-use exoskeleton suit that is powered and that can be used for carrying ammunition, after a previous type of non-powered exoskeleton suit entered service with the People's Liberation Army (PLA) border defense troops in late 2020 for missions including supply delivery, patrol and sentry duty.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2021/1/13 2:22:26
  • PLA completes 3D mapping of China's western border with centimeter-level accuracy

    The People's Liberation Army (PLA) recently started deploying China's first panoramic, high-precision spatial datum that covers the uncharted western border region of the country, with leading analysts saying that the system will contribute to the infrastructure construction as well as combat capability enhancement of Chinese forces in the region.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2021/1/12 20:11:22
  • Twin-seat variation & domestic engine-equipped version of J-20 make official appearances

    A twin-seat variation of China's J-20 stealth fighter jet and a J-20 version equipped with a domestically made engine have been spotted for the first time in official videos recently released by its developer and the People's Liberation Army (PLA) Air Force , only days before the 10th anniversary on Monday of the aircraft's maiden flight.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2021/1/10 18:43:40
  • Human activities in India threaten Pangong Tso lake ecosystem

    India has not only threatened the peace and stability in the region around Pangong Tso Lake by inciting frequent tussles along the lakeshore, it is also threatening the unique ecosystem of the high-altitude, 134 kilometer-long lake that forms part of the border between China and India.

    By Cao Siqi, Liu Caiyu and Liu Xuanzun | 2021/1/8 2:40:16
  • China's Z-20 helicopter variations for anti-submarine warfare, assault spotted

    Two new variations of China's Z-20 utility helicopter for anti-submarine warfare and assault were recently reported by media.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2021/1/7 20:31:10
  • China's long-range stealth bomber outlined in PLA Air Force recruitment video

    The Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) Air Force for the first time gave a hint on the design of its next-generation, long-range strategic stealth bomber by including it in a scene in the service's 2021 recruitment video released on Tuesday, leading analysts to say that the new bomber, allegedly designated the H-20, could make its public debut soon.

    By Liu Xuanzun and Leng Shumei | 2021/1/6 17:26:11
  • Chinese arms company delivers 50th made-for-export Wing Loong II drone

    The 50th Chinese-made Wing Loong II drone was delivered at the end of 2020, showing China's high-end drone products are fully suitable for the international market, analysts said on Tuesday.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2021/1/6 0:14:38
  • China's top warship maker builds new shipyard, phase I project to complete by 2023

    China's major manufacturer of amphibious assault ships, amphibious landing ships and frigates on Monday started constructing an advanced new shipyard in Shanghai, a move analysts said on Tuesday would boost China's technical level and efficiency in building such vessels.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2021/1/5 20:46:21
  • J-10C, J-11B fighter jets shine in just-concluded China-Pakistan air exercises

    The recently concluded China-Pakistan air exercises benefited both sides, as Chinese pilots could learn from their Pakistani counterparts' maneuvers and experiences, and China's J-10C and J-11B fighter jets could be used to simulate India's Rafale and Su-30 fighter jets in mock battles, Chinese analysts said on Monday.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2021/1/4 23:37:54
  • China's DF-17 hypersonic missile seen to get stealth upgrade, reports show

    One of China's most advanced weapons, the DF-17 hypersonic missile, was seen in media reports to have received an upgrade that experts said on Monday can improve the weapon's capability to disguise itself from hostile reconnaissance and protect itself from complicated battlefield environments.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2021/1/4 20:23:51
  • From 3rd aircraft carrier to fighter jets: weapons to expect in 2021

    The progress of the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) in modernizing and expanding its arsenal will continue over the upcoming year after an unsettling 2020 in which recently developed equipment played major roles in protecting Chinese people from COVID-19, safeguarding national sovereignty and development interests in regions like the China-India border, the South China Sea and the Taiwan Straits.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/12/30 19:26:48
  • Aircraft carrier Shandong conducts night exercises, builds up combat-readiness

    China's second aircraft carrier, the Shandong, recently conducted a series of night exercises, as the warship is on its way to becoming combat-ready around-the-clock, analysts said on Tuesday.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/12/29 18:38:40
  • Tactical information system for individual soldiers in service for PLA Tibet Military Command

    Individual soldiers with the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) Tibet Military Command are now equipped with a new type of tactical information system that can share real-time combat dynamics, receive mission objectives and allow the soldiers to comprehensively grasp the battlefield situation, boosting their combat capabilities in cold, mountainous regions, media reported on Monday.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/12/28 21:03:39
  • PLA receives world's lightest heavy machine gun

    A new type of heavy machine gun, possibly the lightest of its kind in the world, was recently spotted in an amphibious landing exercise held by the People's Liberation Army (PLA), indicating that the weapon with powerful suppressive fire has now entered Chinese military service.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/12/27 22:04:00
  • China amends national defense law, shows country's sense of global justice

    After the approval of China's new amendment to the country's national defense law, China is expected to make itself heard more on global justice in addition to its own, and will play a unique role in safeguarding world peace at a time when evil forces are ravaging, Chinese experts said on Sunday.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/12/27 18:23:40
  • Improved J-11B fighter jet variant enters batch production: reports

    An improved variant of China's J-11B aircraft has reportedly entered batch production, and experts said on Thursday that this type of heavy fighter jet has possibly received upgrades on its radar system that can increase its situational awareness and combat range.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/12/24 19:08:31
  • PLA Navy's pilot recruitment program enters new phase as demand on the rise

    The annual pilot recruitment program of the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) Navy recently entered a new phase, in which candidates' physical and psychological potential will be put to test.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/12/23 22:57:48
  • PLA Army helicopters switch role from support to main force in cross-sea operations

    The Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) Army helicopters are reportedly switching from their original supporting role to a main force in cross-sea operations, as helicopters are expected to play vital roles in amphibious landing operations in regions like the Taiwan Straits and the South China Sea, analysts said on Wednesday.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/12/23 21:47:31
  • H-6K variant seen at China-Russia strategic patrol

    A new variant of China's H-6K bomber, which experts said on Wednesday is more powerful than the original version, was spotted in the second joint aerial strategic patrol by the air forces of China and Russia on Tuesday. Japan's Air Self-Defense Force identified four Chinese H-6 bombers and two Russian Tu-95 bombers when they flew across the South China Sea and the Sea of Japan on Tuesday, according to a statement seen on the website of Japan's Defense Ministry the same day.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/12/23 19:38:31
  • China, Russia hold second joint aerial strategic patrol, which could become 'routine'

    The air forces of China and Russia held the second joint aerial strategic patrol in the Asia-Pacific region on Tuesday, the two countries' defense ministries simultaneously announced on the day, following the first one in 2019.

    By Guo Yuandan and Liu Xuanzun | 2020/12/22 23:56:50
  • China's second Type 075 amphibious assault ship starts first sea trial: reports

    China's second Type 075 amphibious assault ship reportedly embarked on its first sea trial on Tuesday, just eight months after its April launch.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/12/22 23:41:00
  • PLA expels US warship trespassing South China Sea

    The Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) Southern Theater Command on Tuesday warned away a US warship that trespassed the South China Sea, leading analysts to say the PLA has again demonstrated its control over the region and ability to safeguard national sovereignty and security.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/12/22 18:22:56
  • Carrier Shandong likely to return to S.China home port for future missions after recent Straits transit: analyst

    The Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) Navy's second aircraft carrier, the Shandong, sailed through the Taiwan Straits on Sunday toward the south in a combat group of four other PLA warships, media reported.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/12/20 23:48:39
  • Taiwan military launches new corvette, 'target of PLA aircraft'

    The island of Taiwan launched its first heavily armed Tuo Chiang-class corvette on Tuesday, with Taiwan media calling it an "aircraft carrier killer," but Chinese mainland military experts said on Wednesday that the corvette's threat to the People's Liberation Army (PLA) is limited and will only become a target of PLA aircraft.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/12/16 20:51:55
  • J-10, Su-30 fighter jets conduct mock dogfights to coordinate naval aircraft

    J-10 and Su-30 fighter jets of the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) Navy recently conducted mock dogfights that experts said on Tuesday not only let pilots better understand other types of aircraft as teammates but also simulated potentially hostile aircraft.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/12/15 20:33:41
  • Aircraft carrier Shandong wraps up year's 3rd voyage, exercises with submarine speculated

    China's second aircraft carrier, the Shandong, reportedly wrapped up its third voyage of this year, and returned to the Dalian Shipyard in Northeast China's Liaoning Province on Sunday.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/12/14 20:53:41
  • Plateau-operable Z-20 helicopters enter service in PLA Tibet Military Command

    China's latest and fully home-manufactured utility helicopter, the Z-20, which is designed to operate in plateau regions, recently made its long-expected first public appearance under the People's Liberation Army (PLA) Tibet Military Command. Analysts said on Monday that the new chopper is likely to be commissioned in large numbers.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/12/14 18:25:23
  • Newly commissioned PLA destroyers form combat capability with intensive exercises

    Two Type 052D destroyers that entered Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) naval service only a few months ago are gaining combat capabilities at a very fast pace, as they were brought to the fore in a recent round of highly intensive exercises that put the ship's hardware and personnel to the test.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/12/13 20:03:40
  • PLA introduces new, highly mobile assault vehicle-based howitzer: report

    The Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) recently introduced a type of newly developed assault vehicle-based howitzer, which experts said on Wednesday is more mobile than truck-based howitzers and can operate in challenging, off-road terrains where other types of other artillery cannot.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/12/9 22:18:40
  • PLA holds drills in South China Sea amid US warship transits

    Warships of the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) Navy recently conducted real scenario-oriented exercises in the South China Sea and comprehensively honed their combat capabilities, media reported on Monday, a day after the US sailed warships into the region.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/12/8 19:40:53
  • US plans latest arms sale to Taiwan, 'PLA will be ready'

    The US is planning the sale of a battlefield communications system to Taiwan island, marking the sixth US arms sale to the island this year, as the Taiwan authorities claimed on Tuesday such exchanges have become "routine."

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/12/8 17:42:17
  • PLA anti-submarine warfare aircraft conducts depth charge attack drills, seen as deterrent to Taiwan secessionists

    In a rare report shared with media, an anti-submarine warfare aircraft of the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) was shown dropping a new type of depth charge in a recent training exercise, demonstrating its capability to not only detect, but also launch attacks on submarines, analysts said on Sunday.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/12/6 22:12:10
  • Plans of UK, India to deploy aircraft carriers against China of 'no military significance'

    China's surroundings could soon be infested with foreign aircraft carriers targeting China, with the latest media reports saying the UK is planning to send an aircraft carrier strike group to the western Pacific as soon as early 2021, while India is eyeing the development of a third aircraft carrier.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/12/6 18:28:40
  • China's first vessel-borne lightweight helicopter drone makes maiden flight

    China's first domestically developed vessel-borne lightweight helicopter drone has recently made its maiden flight, its maker announced. It is designed to conduct maritime monitoring and identification tasks, and is expected to be used on board smaller vessels including corvettes and coast guard ships for missions like patrol and search and rescue, analysts predicted.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/12/3 19:16:39
  • 'Victim complex' drives NATO to view China as a rival

    North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) foreign ministers will hold a virtual session on Wednesday, with the attendance of non-NATO colleagues, to address a rising China that has become a "full-spectrum systemic rival," for which analysts warned China to get prepared for possible coercion from the organization and its non-member partners although NATO's influence and relevance have been declining.

    By Zhang Han, Liu Xuanzun and Shen Weiduo | 2020/12/2 21:07:07
  • PLA commissions hospital ship at Nansha Islands, showcases regional presence

    The Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) Navy recently commissioned a newly developed hospital ship, which will serve as a mobile medical force in the Nansha Islands in the South China Sea in missions including military and civilian medical support, international humanitarian aid and emergency rescue.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/12/2 20:14:38
  • Australia 'binds to US chariot' by developing hypersonic missiles

    After Australia announced plans to develop hypersonic cruise missiles with its ally the US on Tuesday, Chinese military experts said on Wednesday that China has no intention to make Australia a "military foe" but the latest move of developing missiles with the US could make Australia a potential threat to China.

    By Yang Sheng and Liu Xuanzun | 2020/12/2 20:14:14
  • PLA holds intensive fighter jet exercises at strategic military location in NW China

    A large number of Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) warplanes recently conducted a series of intensive exercises around a Western Theater Command Air Force base, which is located at an important strategic point in Northwest China. The drills honed and demonstrated the Chinese military's capability to safeguard the country's western air defense border, analysts said on Tuesday.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/12/1 20:54:45
  • PLA warplanes set new record in Taiwan Straits, sorties routine

    A warplane of the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) on Monday again approached the island of Taiwan, marking the 26th day the PLA has done so in 30 days in November, and has surpassed the frequency record in October, media on the island reported on Sunday.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/11/30 20:06:14
  • Chinese arms firm ready to deliver indigenous helicopter drones

    As a top Chinese arms firm was recently cleared to deliver its made-for-export multipurpose helicopter drone system, which can conduct missions including reconnaissance, communication relay and battle damage assessment at a long endurance, analysts referred to it on Sunday as a good partner for tanks, infantry fighting vehicles and self-propelled artillery.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/11/29 19:34:22
  • Chinese military urged to modernize theories, organization, weapons to reach PLA's 2027 centennial goal

    The Chinese military was urged to modernize military theories, organizations, personnel and weapons and equipment in order to reach its centennial goal by 2027 recently set by the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, the Chinese Ministry of National Defense said on Thursday. It marked the first time that the country's defense ministry explained the goal after it was unveiled in the country's new development plan for the next five and 15 years approved at a key Party meeting in late October and a new military outline released in early this month stressed design on future warfare.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/11/26 21:08:40
  • Amphibious landing ships, stealth missile boats conduct exercises in South China Sea

    The Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) Navy recently sent three Type 071 amphibious dock landing ships, and multiple Type 022 stealth missile boats to two exercises in the South China Sea, sending a strong message of deterrence to Taiwan secessionists and forces with ulterior motives, analysts said on Tuesday.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/11/25 0:15:49
  • Taiwan's new submarines 'can't make waves in Straits'

    Chinese mainland analysts said Tuesday the Taiwan island does not have what it takes to build advanced submarines, and even with US help, the underwater vehicles could not make waves in the Taiwan Straits, and may suffer from technical difficulties that hinder combat capabilities.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/11/24 20:18:41
  • PLA Western Theater Command commissions more J-16 fighter jets: reports

    The Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) Western Theater Command is reportedly commissioning more J-16 aircraft, a type of powerful fighter jet capable of controlling air, sea and land, in a move to better safeguard China's territorial integrity in the country's western regions, analysts said on Monday.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/11/24 0:04:47
  • China's aircraft carrier Shandong holds year's 3rd voyage

    The Shandong, China's first domestically developed aircraft carrier, the second in all, recently embarked on its third voyage of the year, after it was declared to have completed regular testing and training missions in late October.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/11/23 19:00:14
  • China's Y-20 strategic transport aircraft gets key indigenous engine: reports

    China's Y-20 strategic transport aircraft are finally getting its long-awaited domestically developed engines, which recently made their first public appearance, multiple media reports speculated recently. The new engines are expected to boost the Y-20's key performances including range and cargo capacity, in addition to reducing reliance on imported engines, experts said on Sunday.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/11/22 19:08:21
  • Z-20 to be China's most-delivered military helicopter, multiple variants expected

    China's latest commissioned and fully domestically made tactical utility helicopter, the Z-20, is expected to become the country's most-delivered chopper by entering service with not only the Chinese army, but also the nation's air, naval and armed police, with additional prospects of export sales, said the chief designer of the helicopter.

    By Liu Xuanzun and Leng Shumei | 2020/11/19 21:58:40
  • US conducts ICBM interception test; 'tech won't work against advanced missiles'

    The US recently conducted an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) interception test with a missile launched from a warship. US media said on Wednesday the move could harm the mutual deterrence between major nuclear powers and force China and Russia to expand their capabilities.

    By Liu Xuanzun and Leng Shumei | 2020/11/19 19:18:49
  • China's Y-20 tanker variant spotted conducting aerial refueling for J-20 fighter jet: report

    The development of the aerial tanker variant of China's domestically developed Y-20 large cargo plane is apparently entering the final stages, as a recent photo captured what seems to be a Y-20 tanker variant conducting aerial refueling for a J-20 stealth fighter jet, media reports said.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/11/17 17:38:41
  • Insulated cabins help sustain PLA border troops

    Since the deployment, about a month ago, of the newly developed, self-powered dismountable insulated cabins along the borders in the high-altitude region in Northwest China amid the prolonged border tensions between China and India, the living conditions and combat capability of the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) border defense troops have been greatly enhanced as the region entered winter.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/11/16 18:36:40
  • China's future fighter trainer could feature AI to boost pilot's combat capability: top designer

    China's future fighter trainer could feature artificial intelligence (AI) technologies to help pilot cadet's learning and boost future combat capability, said the chief designer of China's current most advanced trainer jet in a recent media report.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/11/15 21:51:15
  • Taiwan island's new missile useless against Chinese mainland: experts

    The air-launched cruise missiles made in the island of Taiwan that reportedly are able to strike key military facilities along the coast of the Chinese mainland cannot reach their intended targets, Chinese mainland experts said on Sunday, after the military on the island recently test-fired one in a move analysts warned is a dangerous act of resisting reunification by force.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/11/15 18:46:07
  • Joint PLA combat exercises to be normalized amid intensifying situation in Taiwan Straits and South China Sea: expert

    The Central Military Commission (CMC) has released an outline on improving joint combat capabilities of the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA), which is aimed at war preparedness given the intensifying situation and increasing risk of military conflicts in some regions - such as the Taiwan Straits, the South China Sea and the China-Indian border, Chinese military analysts said, noting that more joint exercise between different forces will follow in accordance with the outline.

    By Leng Shumei and Liu Xuanzun | 2020/11/14 15:41:26
  • China's latest unmanned combat systems to enter service, aim to win future wars for PLA: reports

    Scientists at a Chinese military university have in the past few years been focusing on developing unmanned combat systems intended to win future wars, and their efforts are beginning to bear fruit. Recent reports show multiple types of unmanned equipment, including an amphibious combat platform and a combat vehicle with a new design concept, that are about to enter military service.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/11/12 20:33:18
  • Air Force video reveals Chinese fighter jet's mysterious new missile

    Chinese fighter jets are apparently getting a mysterious new type of missile, a recent recruitment video of the People's Liberation Army (PLA) Air Force shows. The unidentified missile could be an advanced anti-radiation missile or a new long-range air-to-air missile, and either possibility could significantly increase the PLA's capabilities in destroying hostile early warning aircraft, analysts said on Wednesday.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/11/11 20:59:42
  • Nigeria receives China-made armed reconnaissance drones: reports

    The Nigerian air force has reportedly received a batch of China's Wing Loong II armed reconnaissance drones, once again showcasing China's advantages in the international drone market, including mature technologies, combat-proven results and reasonable prices, analysts said.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/11/11 20:03:58
  • China-developed exoskeletons to support patrol, logistics tasks in high-altitude region

    Chinese scientists have recently developed an exoskeleton system specially designed for high-altitude regions, and the equipment is expected to conserve users' energy in tasks including patrol and logistics support.

    By Deng Xiaoci and Liu Xuanzun | 2020/11/10 21:46:33
  • Taiwan in awkward position to befriend Biden as DPP leaned toward Trump during election

    After gambling on Donald Trump in the US presidential election, the island of Taiwan and its Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), whose members have been openly rooting for Trump and bashing Joe Biden on social media, found themselves in an embarrassing situation to congratulate the reported president-elect and became anxious as it may not have the same "support" from the US as in the past four years, analysts said.

    By Zhang Han and Liu Xuanzun | 2020/11/9 20:57:53
  • Aircraft carrier Liaoning embarks on voyage, sets fighter jet pilot training history

    The Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) Navy aircraft carrier Liaoning has been at sea over the past week, making history by qualifying the first batch of new fighter jet pilots who were directly recruited from high school and trained specifically to fly carrier-based aircraft.

    By Liu Xuanzun and Zhang Han | 2020/11/6 23:05:42
  • PLA long-distance maneuver exercise in plateau includes Type 15 tanks

    The Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) Tibet Military Command recently conducted a long-distance maneuver exercise featuring heavy equipment, including dozens of Type 15 light tanks and different types of infantry fighting vehicles and trucks, in a move experts said demonstrated the PLA's rapid, comprehensive deployment capabilities in high-altitude border regions.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/11/5 19:02:51
  • Type 075 amphibious assault ship spotted on doorstep of South China Sea, near Taiwan island: report

    The Chinese mainland's first Type 075 amphibious assault ship was recently spotted on the doorstep of the South China Sea, close to the island of Taiwan, Taiwan media reported, leading Chinese mainland military experts to say that the vessel could be conducting another sea trial session in the more challenging sea region of the South China Sea.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/11/4 18:01:54
  • New-generation assault vehicles enter service with PLA border defense troops

    China's new-generation off-road assault vehicles have been commissioned into the People's Liberation Army (PLA) border defense troops in large batches, official releases and media reports suggest. The vehicles will give PLA troops operating in high altitude regions high mobility, winning them advantages in stamina and time, analysts said on Tuesday.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/11/3 19:38:40
  • Washington mulls another arms sale to Taiwan, PLA flies fighter jets to Straits

    The US on Monday was reportedly edging near the approval of yet another arms sale, sophisticated aerial drones this time, to the island of Taiwan, while the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) on the same day sent fighter jets to the Taiwan Straits for the first time since mid-September.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/11/3 18:58:43
  • 'China threat' Japan's excuse to deploy large warship

    So-called missile threats from China and North Korea are only excuses Japan uses in its plan to break its peace constitution, Chinese experts said on Monday, after Japanese reports said the country is planning to develop a large Aegis-equipped warship as an alternative to the scrapped US-made Aegis Ashore missile defense system.

    By Leng Shumei and Liu Xuanzun | 2020/11/2 21:23:41
  • China to modernize military, arsenal in next 5 years

    China will develop and produce modern, advanced weapons and equipment in the upcoming five years, as the world could witness the debut of China's first long-range, stealth-capable strategic bomber, the country's third and electromagnetic catapults-equipped aircraft carrier, among other new weapons that aim to safeguard the country's sovereignty, territorial integrity and development interests, Chinese military experts and analysts predicted on Monday, after China's recently released 14th Five-Year Plan (2021-25) and the Communiqué of the fifth plenary session of the 19th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC) set the tone for the development of the country's national defense and armed forces.

    By Liu Xuanzun and Leng Shumei | 2020/11/2 20:12:14
  • Private arms firms equip PLA with intelligent equipment for better border defense

    Private Chinese arms firms are providing the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) Tibet Military Command with unmanned, intelligent and advanced weapons and equipment including drones, anti-drone guns and warm clothing made of graphene, giving the troops an edge in their defense of the border.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/11/2 1:26:55
  • PLA warplanes conduct sorties in Taiwan Straits on 25 days in October

    Amid recent US arms sales to the island of Taiwan, the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) reportedly sent warplanes to the Taiwan Straits on at least 25 days out of the total of 31 days in October, setting a new record for frequency this year, and leading Chinese mainland military analysts to say on Sunday that the PLA's patrol and drill operations in the region have become completely routine and the PLA is in full grasp of the situation.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/11/1 21:58:40
  • China mulls defence law amendments amid profound changes in the world

    China is mulling amendments to its Law on National Defence amid profound changes in the world over the past two decades by adding key formulations, including threats to the country's development interests, as reasons for defense mobilization, and involvement in global security governance.

    By Liu Xuanzun and Liu Caiyu | 2020/10/22 21:04:28
  • China's amended draft of national defense law to turn military into profession revered by whole of society

    China's draft revisions to the National Defense Law aim to make Chinese military service a profession revered by the whole of society, which analysts said will guarantee that they better accomplish missions in emergencies, war and occasions in which national sovereignty, security and development interests are being harmed.

    By Liu Caiyu and Liu Xuanzun | 2020/10/22 15:26:09
  • Prison term, fine for defense firm executive 'deterrent to corruption'

    A former senior executive of an aviation institute responsible for the development of China's key large warplanes – including bombers, transport aircraft and special mission aircraft – was recently sentenced to jail and fined for corruption and bribery, a case that will serve as a deterrent for others in the defense sector at a time when the country is facing increasing external military pressure and boosting national defense expenditure, analysts said on Wednesday.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/10/21 20:43:40
  • China's latest bomber H-6N spotted carrying hypersonic missile

    The Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) Air Force's latest bomber, the H-6N, was recently spotted carrying what seems to be a ballistic missile with a hypersonic warhead, overseas media reported. This new capability will enable the H-6N to become a real strategic bomber capable of covering the entire Indo-Pacific region with air strikes against which there is no defense, Chinese analysts said on Tuesday.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/10/20 20:48:41
  • China unveils first practical drone swarm tech, 'to be used in amphibious landing missions'

    China has grasped the technology to practically use a drone swarm, a concept featuring the simultaneous and coordinated operation of a large number of drones that could prove to be very difficult to defend against, a Chinese arms firm recently demonstrated in tests. Capable of deployment from the ground, sea and air, this new tool could play a vital role in challenging missions including amphibious landing operations, analysts said on Sunday.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/10/18 22:23:40
  • Rumored PLA deployment of DF-17 hypersonic missiles near Taiwan Straits could deter US meddling in China's internal affairs: analysts

    The Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) has deployed its most advanced hypersonic missile, the DF-17, to the Chinese mainland's southeast coast near the island of Taiwan, Hong Kong media reported on Sunday, sparking fear on the island. Although the reports are merely speculation, the PLA missile that is impossible to be intercepted can effectively deter Taiwan secessionists, control the Taiwan Straits and keep foreign interventions away, Chinese mainland analysts said on Sunday.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/10/18 20:59:20
  • US warship transit through Taiwan Straits to instigate secessionists, attempt to obstruct China's reunification futile: experts

    The Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) had a US warship under surveillance when it made a provocative transit in the Taiwan Straits on Wednesday, as the PLA was conducting live-fire exercises near the region. The US' high profile move was meant to lend support to Taiwan secessionist forces, but its attempt to interfere in China's internal affairs and obstruct China's reunification will be futile, Chinese mainland experts said on Thursday.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/10/15 19:57:38
  • PLA tests truck-based rocket-propelled mine launchers in plateau region

    The Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) Tibet Military Command recently conducted live-fire test training exercises with its latest truck-based multiple rocket-propelled mine launchers at a high altitude. This type of weapon will allow a rapid regional lockdown during combat, and it is much more efficient than manual work, analysts said on Thursday.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/10/15 19:25:54
  • Latest US arms sale to Taiwan 'cannot change PLA edge'

    The US is making another arms sale to the island of Taiwan, featuring aerial drones and anti-ship missiles, a day after it moved ahead with the sales of a truck-based rocket launcher, long-range air-to-ground missiles and F-16 sensor pods.

    By Liu Xuanzun and Li Qiang | 2020/10/14 19:48:15
  • US attack arms sales shows strategic ambiguity on Taiwan fading: experts

    The US remains persistent in pushing forward the sales of several types of attack weapons to the island of Taiwan, which experts say shows the US strategic ambiguity on Taiwan is fading, and its policy is gradually leaning toward Taiwan secession.

    By Liu Xuanzun and Guo Yuandan | 2020/10/13 19:06:26
  • Two new guided missile destroyers enter Chinese naval service

    Two new and advanced guided missile destroyers have recently entered service with the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) Navy, official reports show. This takes the tally of new destroyers that have been commissioned into the PLA Navy this year known to the general public up to four, which analysts said shows a strong momentum of growth for the PLA Navy amid external instability and pressure.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/10/12 15:53:40
  • PLA holds amphibious landing drills to 'show firm will against Taiwan secessionists'

    The Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) recently conducted large-scale joint amphibious landing drills off the Chinese mainland's southeastern coast amid increasingly rampant Taiwan secessionist moves, including hundreds of espionage attempts on the Chinese mainland and collusion with the US. Chinese mainland analysts said on Sunday that the PLA drills again demonstrate the mainland's strong capability and firm will against Taiwan secessionists and push for reunification, following PLA aerial and naval exercises and patrols in the Taiwan Straits that have continued for nearly a month.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/10/11 20:53:41
  • China's Type 055 destroyer has anti-stealth, anti-satellite capabilities: report

    China's domestically developed 10,000 ton-class Type 055 guided missile destroyer can counter stealth aircraft and low-Earth orbit satellites, a state-owned media has recently revealed for the first time, leading Chinese experts to say on Sunday that the capabilities will give Chinese forces a key edge over their opponents in modern warfare.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/10/11 18:04:41
  • Taiwan's military drills 'a futile cover-up show' against PLA operations

    The military on the island of Taiwan reportedly started on Friday a set of exercises off the coast where the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) of the mainland have been frequently conducting drills and patrols since mid-September. While analysts on the island claim the exercises were designed to counter those of the PLA, many recent events indicate weaknesses of the Taiwan military and mainland experts say Taiwan drills shall yield no significant changes to the overwhelming advantage the PLA has over it.

    By Liu Xuanzun | 2020/10/9 17:01:12