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  The Chinese Army Spy and Condoleezza Rice   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Hua Di was born into a family of prominent Communist officials.
Hua Di described himself as the "matchmaker" between the Chinese Army and Lewis during an interview for the Far Eastern Economic Review.
Hua arranged for Gen. Ding's wife, Madam Nie Li, to head the joint project as the Chinese co-chairman.
www.newsmax.com /archives/articles/2001/1/23/203153.shtml   (1611 words)

  
 Hua Di arrested in China: 10/28/98
Colleagues of Hua Di, a senior research associate at the Center for International Security and Cooperation, have confirmed press reports of his arrest in China where he awaits trial on assorted charges related to allegations of leaking state secrets.
Hua, who first came to Stanford in 1980 as his country's first military fellow, has been a research associate at CISAC since July 1989 where he worked on the center's Project on Peace and Cooperation in the Asian-Pacific Region, headed by Professor Emeritus John Lewis.
Hua has not been allowed to see a doctor or his family since his arrest, Lewis said, but a lawyer was recently assigned to him.
www.stanford.edu /dept/news/report/news/1998/october28/huadi1028.html   (579 words)

  
 Hua's second conviction, 10-year sentence dismay colleagues: 2/01
Hua Di, a Chinese nuclear weapons expert at the Center for International Security and Cooperation (CISAC), has appealed the conviction and is expecting a decision soon, the New York Times reported Feb. 3.
Hua, 64, was receiving chemotherapy treatment for male breast cancer when he traveled to China in January 1998 for a family funeral.
A child of the Communist elite, Hua was a senior military scientist in China who fled to the United States in June 1989 after he publicly criticized the government's crackdown on the pro-democracy movement and feared arrest.
news-service.stanford.edu /news/2001/february7/huadi-27.html   (551 words)

  
 China: The Kafkaesque case of Hua Di | thebulletin.org
Hua first came to the United States in 1980 as a visiting scholar at the University of Washington, and he then traveled down the coast to Stanford, where he was named a CISAC fellow.
Hua, who held a green card, was due to receive his U.S. citizenship in July 1998; he should wait until then before returning.
Hua's lawyer later told the family that Hua pleaded innocent to the charge of leaking state secrets.
www.thebulletin.org /article.php?art_ofn=nd99moore   (1475 words)

  
 missile
Hua Di was charged with divulging state secrets and sentenced to 15 years prison in late November.
Hua Di was arrested in Beijing, just one week after arriving on his first trip back to China to participate in a family memorial service since 1989.
Hua Di was reported to be suffering from a rare form of cancer in prison.
projects.ldc.upenn.edu /TDT2000/topics/completed-research/missile.html   (394 words)

  
 AMPP: Engaging Red China: Journalistic item
Hua Di was the self-described "matchmaker" in a Clinton administration high-tech deal for the Red Army.
Hua went to work as a researcher at Stanford's Center for International Security and Arms Control, whose co-directors are former Secretary of Defense William Perry and Stanford political science professor John Lewis.
Hua Di was one of many in a network of spies run by Chinese mastermind General Ding.
www.mega.nu:8080 /ampp/china/j191.html   (1009 words)

  
 New information on Hua Di: 3/17/99
Hua Di, the Stanford University scholar imprisoned in China last year, will stand trial soon but will not be prosecuted for charges stemming from his work at Stanford or anywhere in the United States or China, a Stanford colleague has learned.
Hua, a research associate in Stanford's Center for International Security and Cooperation (CISAC), was arrested by China's security police on Jan. 6, 1998, when he went to Beijing for a family memorial service.
Hua is a permanent resident of the United States but had not received citizenship by the time of his arrest.
www.stanford.edu /dept/news/report/news/1999/march17/huadi317.html   (605 words)

  
 Chinese Science Periodicals sorted by Chinese title (Pinyin romanization)
Zhongguo ke xue yuan Hua nan zhi wu yan jiu suo ji kan
Zhongguo ke xue yuan Nanjing di zhi gu sheng wu yan jiu suo cong kan
Zhongguo ke xue yuan Nanjing di zhi gu sheng wu yan jiu suo ji kan.
www.lib.uchicago.edu /e/su/sci/pinyin.html   (529 words)

  
 WorldNetDaily: Difference between propaganda and news   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
It was reported that Hua Di was sentenced to 15 years in prison for passing missile secrets to America.
Hua Di was an agent for the Chinese army.
Hua Di also noted that he was a good friend of Gen. Huai Guomo, the Chinese army officer working for Gen. Ding.
www.worldnetdaily.com /news/printer-friendly.asp?ARTICLE_ID=20560   (1016 words)

  
 Chinese court convicts scholar Hua Di, family says: 12/99
"Stanford University learned this week that Hua Di, a social science research associate at the Center for International Security and Cooperation (CISAC) at Stanford, was convicted by a Chinese court of leaking Chinese state secrets and sentenced to 15 years in prison.
Hua, a former high-ranking official in China's missile program, was arrested in the People's Republic of China while on a visit there in January 1998, and charged with leaking unspecified Chinese state secrets.
Hua is a permanent resident of the United States and had plans to become a citizen, according to colleagues at CISAC.
news-service.stanford.edu /news/1999/december8/huadi-128-a.html   (180 words)

  
 6/17/99 Downside Legacy - Communications Technology [Free Republic]
Hua Di met with Chinese security officials in late 1997 and was assured that he would not be prosecuted.
Hua Di passed false missile information to the west, obtained secure communications for the Chinese Army and penetrated into the Clinton White House through the U.S. Secretary of Defense.
The cochairmen of the Hua Mei joint venture in 1994, according to Pentagon documents, were former senator Adlai E. Stevenson III and Madam Nie Li, wife of Ding.
www.freerepublic.com /forum/a3769f570312a.htm   (8900 words)

  
 DOUBLE AGENT AND RED MISINFORMATION
Hua joined the Stanford University study center after the Tiananmen Square crackdown on student democracy demonstrators in June 1989.
Hua Di also participated in the successful penetration of the Clinton administration at its highest level.
Hua was then a researcher at Stanford's Center for International Security and Arms Control, whose co-directors are Perry and Lewis.
www.softwar.net /huadi.html   (1099 words)

  
 AMPP: Engaging Red China: Journalistic item
Hua Di located a Madam Nie Li in China to run the project and be co-chair with an American director.
Hua Di was an agent of COSTIND, the espionage unit led by General Ding.
Hua served the communist party and made a tidy profit in the process.
www.mega.nu:8080 /ampp/china/j142.html   (1238 words)

  
 Apartments Thailand Hua Hin apartments condo rent Hua Hin pictures
Hua Hin is about 200km south of Bangkok on the west coast of the Gulf of Thailand.
On the way from Bangkok to Hua Hin there are two big Outlet Factory Clothes Centres with goods produced for export to Europe on sale.
In case you prefer to fly to Hua Hin's new airport there are direct flights from Bankok's domestic airport on Bangkok Airways v.v.
myweb.tiscali.co.uk /huahinthailandhuahin   (652 words)

  
 Condoleezza Rice and the Stanford Spy Ring   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
The Hua Mei espionage operation was well documented by the GAO GAO/NSIAD-97-5 and the mystery surrounding Hua Di remains unsolved.
Hua was born into a family of prominent Communist officials, studied missile engineering in Russia and worked inside China's missile program for 24 years.
Hua met with Chinese security officials in late 1997 and was assured that he would not be prosecuted.
www.freerepublic.com /focus/fr/576917/posts   (6024 words)

  
 Scholar is arrested   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Hua Di, who formerly worked for the ballistic missile program in China, has been a senior research associate at the Stanford Center for International Security and Cooperation since 1989.
Hua suffers from malignant cancer and should be permitted to return to his treatment in California," Casper said.
Hua traveled to China only after telling his physician it would just be a brief break in his cancer treatment, Casper added.
www.paloaltoonline.com /weekly/morgue/news/1998_Nov_4.DETAIN.html   (390 words)

  
 Romanization of the character di
When the National Library of Australia converted its bibliographic records to pinyin, records in which the syllable di occurred were manually reviewed, and, in most cases, the converted syllable di was changed to de.
However, the Library and the utilities, RLG and OCLC, agreed from the outset that it was not feasible for us to identify the syllable di in hundreds of thousands of converted Chinese authorities and bibliographic records, evaluate each instance, and then manually change the syllable to de where appropriate.
was converted to di by machine program, change the romanization of that syllable to de; then make the same change to headings and titles on corresponding bibliographic records.
www.loc.gov /catdir/pinyin/di2.html   (327 words)

  
 The Chinese Army Spy And Condi Rice
Hua Di teamed in 1994 with Stanford Dr. John Lewis, Secretary of Defense Perry, and Gen.
With Perry's blessing, Hua Di and Lewis contracted ATandT to ship the secure communication systems directly to a Chinese Army unit using Galaxy New Technology as a front.
Mei, a joint venture between SCM Brooks Telecommunications, a U.S. limited partnership, and Galaxy New Technology, a Chinese company primarily owned by an agency of the Chinese military." In 1997, Rep. Henry Hyde pressed Attorney General Janet Reno to investigate the Galaxy New Technology scandal in a letter outlining his concerns.
www.rense.com /general50/condi.htm   (1438 words)

  
 Suppliers To The Peoples Liberation Army
More on PLA Agent Hua Di Hua Di was a self-described "defector" who also supported the modernization of the Chinese military.
Hua served as a missile scientist and designer for the Peoples Liberation Army from the 1960s through the late 1980s.
Hua defected to America and worked at Stanford University as a specialist on Chinese military operations.
www.softwar.net /h&q.html   (191 words)

  
 Hua Hin Hotel Speciali
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Overlooking the Paknampran Bay Beach, Tanao Sri Resort Hua Hin is not to be missed if you want to enjoy some fine hospitality with an unmatched location and scenery....
Sofitel Central Hua Hin Resort, the Kingdom’s first resort hotel was opened in 1923 as the Railway Hotel, and now offers the best of the past, harmoniously blended with every modern facility.
www.hoteldetective.net /Town/IT/Hua_Hin-Hotels_IT.htm   (493 words)

  
 zi hua di ding, Complementary and Alternative Healing University
The extract of zi hua di ding, within non-toxic concentration, can totally inhibit the growth of HIV.
The extract of dimethylsulfoxide of zi hua di ding possesses a very strong inhibitive effect on in-vitro HIV activities.
Snake bite: use fresh zi hua di ding to make juice and take internally.
alternativehealing.org /zi_hua_di_ding.htm   (142 words)

  
 phorum - Chinese Culture Forum at Asiawind - About Chinese Surnames (Hua Ren Di Xing)
The people gave him the title of Huang Di or the Yellow Emperor which was named after the colour of the earth which was and still is in yellow colour.
Huang Di encouraged exogamy as he wanted to create a melting pot of mixed blood people in his domain.
A descendant of Huang Di called Ji Fa (®Vµo) founded the Zhou Dynasty (©P´Â1134BC to 256BC) and he gave authority to his children, relatives, ofiicials and generals to rule on his behalf other parts of his empire.
www.asiawind.com /forums/read.php?f=2&i=532&t=532   (2674 words)

  
 William Perry
Hua Di defected to America and became close friends with Clinton buddies, Stanford Professor John Lewis and former DoD Secretary William Perry.
Hua returned to the homeland in January, 1998, under a PLA promise that all was forgiven.
Hua had published nothing really new about the DF-15 but I wanted his personal comments as the "official source." Curiously, Hua Di would not grant an interview.
alamo-girl.com /0231.htm   (14644 words)

  
 Chinese August 2004
    she : Xin hua shu dian jing xiao, 2003.
    ji chu ban she : Zhejiang Sheng xin hua shu dian jing xiao, 2003.
  Hua yu fen pi lao zi hao.
www.indiana.edu /~libeast/acqui/caug2004.html   (1081 words)

  
 Found this about dong   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
187 Dong yi gong jing hua Zhichen Guo dong
212 Liang an jing mao hu dong di yin you yu sheng ji noauthor dong
246 Xin wen hua yun dong qian di Chen Duxiu 1879 zhi 1915 Wanxiong Chen dong
italia.depilzman.de /dong_ccc.html   (6418 words)

  
 Bei Jing fang di chan (Beijing real estate)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
AUTHOR: - TITLE PINYIN-mono: Zhong Hua Ren Min Gong He Guo tu di zeng zhi shui zan xing tiao li shi shi xi ze.
TITLE PINYIN-mono: Shen hua zu jin gai ge de mu biao, nan dian he zheng ce cuo shi.
TITLE PINYIN-mono: Jue ce zi xun: fang di chan ye zhong jie ji gou de zhong yao zhi neng.
www.anu.edu.au /Asia/Chin/txt/BJFDC/1995/BJFDC-03-95.htm   (827 words)

  
 The Treatment of Recalcitrant Skin Disease with Dispersing Medicine   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
If there is pronounced Damp, Jin Yin Hua can cause the lesions to spread.
Ye Ju Hua is important for greasy skin.
Typically the lesions will begin to clear from the centre of the area, breaking into islands and then shrinking.
www.rchm.co.uk /articles/dispersing.html   (735 words)

  
 Hua Di   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Profile: Hua Di Positions that Hua Di has held:
Hua Di actively participated in the following events:
Receive email updates whenever we have important announcements or there have been major updates to the site.
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 CLINTON'S ROGUES GALLERY:
..."The Hua Mei deal was where it all began," said a former U.S. intelligence officer who spoke to TAS on condition of anonymity for himself and his company.
"When one of our clients asked us to check Hua Mei out and we discovered COSTIND was behind it, we told them there was no way they would ever get U.S. government or CoCom (Coordinating Committe on Export Controls) approval to export.
The technology was extremely sensitive, and the Chinese end-user was a known government collection agency.
alamo-girl.com /0061.htm   (14787 words)

  
 Chinese November 2002
    : Li xu wen hua shi ye you xian gong si, [2001].
Shi : Wen hua yi shu chu ban she, 2001.
    Taibei shi : Huang guan wen hua chu ban you xian gong si, 2001.
www.indiana.edu /~libeast/acqui/cnov2002.html   (855 words)

  
 Viola Herb
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