Chinese company with ties to Hunter Biden helped CCP oppress Uyghur Muslims, says Treasury Department
A Chinese investment firm in which Hunter Biden was a part owner held a stake likely worth millions in a surveillance company that helped Beijing spy on Uyghur Muslims, the U.S. government revealed Thursday.
President Joe Biden's son long held a 10% ownership stake in Chinese investment firm Bohai Harvest, which invested in several controversial Chinese companies. One, Megvii, was sanctioned in 2019 for its alleged participation in China's repression and high-technology surveillance in Xinjiang, and again on Thursday by the Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control.
Megvii was among eight Chinese tech firms accused of “actively support[ing] the...