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Summary Claws of the Panda

Nese heritageClaws of the Panda gives a detailed description of the CCP’s campaign to embed agents of influence in Canadian business politics media and academia The party’s aims are to be able to turn Canadian public policy to China’s advantage to acuire useful technology and intellectual property to influence Canada’s international diplomacy and. An excellent presentation analysis While China isn t the only source country for some of the issues the scope scale is uniue and the impact profound Manthorpe also outlines the involvement culpabilityperhaps contribution to the current situation is a better term of generations of Canadians I wasn t really familiar with the generational ramifications of the earlier flows of missionaries from the late 1800 s to pre ww2 into China The book calls for us all to think about what we really want our country to be like how can we help keep itmake it that way I hope every politician bureaucrat in Canada at all levels from municipal through provincial federal reads this book I also hope the same for schools colleges universities I strongly encourage every citizen to read the book and consider the evidence and activities Jonathan Manthorpe has been a credible reporter journalist author for a long time

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Claws of the Panda

Claws of the Panda tells the story of Canada’s failure to construct a workable policy towards the People’s Republic of China In particular the book tells of Ottawa’s failure to recognize and confront the efforts by the Chinese Communist Party to infiltrate and influence Canadian politics academia and media and to exert control over Canadians of Chi. This is a timely exploration of the relationship between Canada and China Canadians should be worried about this lopsided relationship and we should be stronger in our dealings with China Canada is being used by China to launder dirty money through gambling and real estate purchases and they re trying to get their claws into some of our vital industries this needs to stop and we need governments at all levels to stand up to them

Jonathan Manthorpe ¼ 2 Review

Most important to be able to monitor and intimidate Chinese Canadians and others it considers dissidentsThe book traces the evolution of the Canada China relationship over nearly 150 years It shows how Canadian leaders have constantly misjudged the reality and potential of the relationship while the CCP and its agents have benefited from Canadian naivet. It is an easy read as the seasoned journalist author simply states mostly facts and reports that he compiled over the last few decades I feel the chapters are neatly divided as feature articles As an immigrant originated from Hong Kong and has been living for three decades in Canada I witness and experience many of the political and community affairs described in the book The author is not advocating for a binary solution in the complex relationship with China but a realistic approach to engage with a one party authoritative state that has extensive and well financed aggressive strategies that worry their international partners as well as incite fear upon many people within its jurisdiction and beyond


10 thoughts on “Claws of the Panda

  1. says:

    This book is about the encroachment of China into Canada’s internal affairs Canada recognized China in 1970 The development of China and its impact on the world since then have been on a phenomenal level which many in Canada have failed to realizeThe author gives us a history of Canadian Chinese relations and it started in the 19th centu

  2. says:

    This is a timely exploration of the relationship between Canada and China Canadians should be worried about this

  3. says:

    I wanted to devour this book as I am uite concerned about developing closer ties with Chinaour naïveté seems frightening The book clearly lays out the influence of the Chinese state in the early chapters but it is a litany of names dates an

  4. says:

    An excellent presentation analysis While China isn't the only source country for some of the issues the scope scale is uniue and the impact profound Manthorpe also outlines the involvement culpabilityperhaps contribution to the current situation is a better term of generations of Canadians I wasn't really familiar with the generational ramifications of the earlier flows of missionaries from the late 1800's to pre ww2 int

  5. says:

    A warning to Canadians on the type of government we deal with in China It is uncompromising focused and cunning in its mission to create a world leading economy and political force It uses Canada for laundering money suelching honesty among Chinese immigrants to Canada about the true nature of China's government

  6. says:

    Excellent journalism by an excellent journalist If you are Canadian you must read this book to understand how in

  7. says:

    It is an easy read as the seasoned journalist author simply states mostly facts and reports that he compiled over the last few decades I feel the chapters are neatly divided as feature articles As an immigrant or

  8. says:

    An excellent review of the evolution of Canada's relationship with China and specifically the Chinese government's goals for that relationship and the means by which they are pursuing their goals As the author says everything in the book is on the public record Mr Manthorpe does a good job at telling the story in an impartial manner and leaving the reader to draw their own conclusion while some information presented i

  9. says:

    Great readAuthor s on the money This book should be given to all politicians Does it serve an agenda? Sure does The Canadian one

  10. says:

    25 stars This is a fairly opportunistic book which is clearly capitalizing on the current climate and coasting off of the success of Clive Hamilton's Silent Invasion which was published a year earlier and examines the same theme in Australia It also undoubtedly benefited from the whole Meng Wanzhou affair which occurred just after the book was published and so isn't addressed The speed with which this book appears to

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