The deeper we dig, the worse things become.

Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and People’s Liberation Army (PLA) experts began infiltrating crucial Department of Defense and related civilian research programs in the 1990s.

The infestation has spread over a large area.

While some returned to China with the most sophisticated knowledge and skills, many others remain in the United States, sponsored by American taxpayers.

The information below is just the tip of the iceberg.

Some of the individuals invited inside U.S. military installations, such as Liang-Ming Liu and Dai-Zhi Peng, were plainly identifiable as PLA officers, while others, such as CCP scientists and PLA officers, kept their backgrounds hidden.

No one in the Clinton administration, however, bothered to look into it.

Jing-Ning Huan, aka Jing-Ning Xun, identifies Shanghai Second Medical University as his educational institution. It is, in fact, the People’s Liberation Army’s Second Military Medical University.

Dr. Allan Z. Zhou’s laboratory at the University of Pittsburgh eventually took Jing-Ning Huan in. Dr. Zhou’s whole background is unknown, although he has subsequently returned to China to teach at Guangdong University of Technology’s School of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences.

Guo-Ping Li’s educational background is unknown, but she worked for Bell-Northern Research Ltd. in Canada before accepting a temporary research position at the US Army Medical Research and Materiel Command studying advanced laser technologies as part of the same US Army program that brought the PLA officers there.

It’s also unclear why Guo-Ping Li is wearing a United States Army uniform while studying sophisticated laser technology at the United States Army Medical Research Detachment in San Antonio, Texas, or what happened to her afterward.

Guo-Ping Li is currently employed with the Chinese space program, where he is developing laser technology for radio telescopes.

Chunyuan Luo and Chunsheng Xiang were recruited by the Clinton Administration through the same Pentagon initiative.

Chunyuan Luo worked at the Institute of Pharmacology and Toxicology, Academy of Military Medical Sciences in Beijing, prior to joining the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research. This was part of China’s chemical warfare program.

Chunyuan Luo spent more than ten years at Walter Reed researching chemical warfare challenges, including working directly with the US Army Medical Research Institute of Chemical Defense at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland.

Chunyuan Luo left Walter Reed in 2012 to work as a patent examiner for the United States Patent and Trademark Office, covering his areas of expertise.

Chunyuan Luo is listed in a talent database, which some see as a sign of the CCP’s interest or friendliness.

Chunsheng Xiang, a CCP member and a citizen of the People’s Republic of China, lied about his nationality as a Canadian.

Despite this, he was assigned to the United States Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases, where he examined the Ebola virus, a highly dangerous and potentially biological warfare agent.

Chunsheng Xiang is presently a professor at Zhejiang University and has strong ties to the CCP and PLA’s upper echelons.

The “scientific chain migration” of CCP and PLA experts began under the Clinton administration, resulting in significant penetration of US research programs and, no doubt, contributing to China’s biowarfare program.

Sources: thegatewaypundit.com, jbc.org, pubmed.gov, iopscience.org, spiedigitallibrary.org, europepmc.org, sciencedirect.com, aminer.org

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