Recently, an audio recording of a private meeting with Huang Wansheng, a Harvard scholar, was leaked. The conversation involved the intentions behind the Chinese regimes’ “0-Covid policy” and how China lagged behind the U.S.
Huang said in the recording, six months after the July 2020 outbreak, a Chinese official spent $27,000 on buying a one-way ticket for him to go back to China. He left because of a “personal command of Xi Jinping” for a “Science and Technology Epidemic Prevention Project.”
Huang said that China’s zero-Covid policy is terrible because China’s nucleic acid testing, vaccine development, and China’s powerful interest groups have been using it to make money. He cited recently obtained information, saying that a Chinese group of companies made $105.8 billion on nucleic acid testing alone.
He further said that no other country in the world immunizes its citizens in this manner. This type of immunization is a means for the government to benefit from it. The nucleic acid reagents are in the hands of the Chinese government’s senior family members, resulting in the entire region being tested for nucleic acid as soon as people found one or two cases.
According to Huang, the entire problem with Chinese health care derives from the power structure. China’s large hospitals and medical resources are already overburdened. China’s medical system is on shaky ground and unable to properly establish a universal public health system to prevent it from collapsing.
Another reason China’s medical system is systematically collapsing is that China’s independent research and development capabilities are inferior. Drug development, medical equipment, and testing reagents are all dependent on imports.
According to his statement, China invests several trillion yuan (1 yuan equals $0.16) in the pharmaceutical industry each year, yet they spent 90% of that money buying foreign patents. He claims that China imports practically all of its essential medical equipment. China’s most regularly used CT equipment production has failed to pass.
According to Huang Wansheng, medical care is crucial because it is related to life. Education and retirement come next.
Huang also talked about the IT field, including quantum computers, 5G and genetic engineering, and other high-tech fields. He believes that China is far behind the U.S. in these areas.
He claimed that MIT had developed the bit-jet machine, which can retain jet bits eternally at a single point, culminating in a quantum bit. This technique currently allows for the simultaneous presence of 50 bits. He indicated that a constant amount of bits is the first condition for quantum computing, but this is still a long way off.
However, the Internet’s key technology is in the hands of Americans, from its roots to all forms of software, and China is merely a user.
Scientists believe that the two major fields of science and technology that dominate the world are IT and genetic engineering based on molecular biology.
When it comes to genetic engineering, Huang Wansheng explained that in the twenty-first century, genes are information, gene misexpression causes all diseases. Single-cell genetic screening is the most extensive scientific and technological endeavor. If scientists finish this vital study, it will be a huge step forward in understanding the causes of human illness.
He cited Harvard as an example of a university that could employ genetic technology to create an exact clone of a steak from a cow. The United States has now sold a patent on a biological chicken-producing process to Singapore. The law in Singapore allows this chicken to be sold in supermarkets.
Huang Wan Sheng stressed that bioengineering is more technical than the IT industry. Unlike IT technology, which is basically applied mathematics, bioengineering cannot make any breakthrough without basic research in the field of life.
According to Huang Wansheng, 5G applications are not civilian communications in the same way that a cell phone only requires 4G. The real-world use of 5G is remote automation control. 4G is a short and medium wave with a long box, whereas 5G is a micro short wave with a square container. Micro shortwave has a limited propagation distance yet a strong propagation power. As a result, 5G boxes per square kilometer is 50 to 100 times that of 4G.
The U.S. opposes Huawei’s 5G because it employs micro-shortwave wavelengths that don’t match 5G specifications. As a result, there are visible delays, such that autonomous driving becomes risky.