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BEIJING CHINA ON ALERT – Australia, UK and U.S. Warn Citizens to be Vigilant
Christmas warning centres on Sanlitun diplomatic and entertainment district, with Chinese authorities saying steps taken to ensure good public order
Countries including Australia, Britain and the US have issued Christmas security warnings for westerners in Beijing’s popular Sanlitun diplomatic and entertainment district as Chinese police step up patrols.
Beijing is generally safe and criminals rarely target foreigners, although the fashionable Sanlitun bar and restaurant area occasionally sees fights. In August a lone attacker stabbed a French man and a Chinese woman there. The woman died.
The US embassy said in a brief statement on Thursday that it had “received information of possible threats” against westerners in Sanlitun, also home to many embassies, on or around Christmas Day.
The French embassy, Britain’s Foreign Office and Australia’s Department of Foreign Affairs issued similar warnings. None of them elaborated.
Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Hong Lei said he was aware of the reports and that the government paid great attention to foreigners’ safety.
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Beijing police, in a statement, said they had issued a “yellow” security alert for Christmas and New Year, the second lowest level, focused on areas like malls, which are likely to see more people visiting during the festivities.
“Beijing police are planning ahead and taking many measures … to ensure good public order,” it said.
Christmas is not a holiday in China but more and more young people celebrate it as they view it as a sophisticated western custom and excuse to give gifts.
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The city overall has been on much higher alert, with patrols by armed police in popular shopping and tourism sites, since a fatal car crash in 2013 at the top edge of Tiananmen Square in which five people died. The government blamed that incident on Islamist militants from China’s far western region of Xinjiang, where hundreds have died in unrest in recent years. Beijing police said in a microblog post (in Chinese) that they had implemented the yellow alert in Beijing’s large and medium sized shopping areas to “maintain social order”.
China’s largest social networks have partnered with the country’s Communist government to create a credit score system that will measure how obedient its citizens are, a chilling prospect that could one day arrive in America if social justice warriors get their way. As if further proof were needed Orwell’s dystopia is now upon us, China has now gamified obedience to the State. Though that is every bit as creepily terrifying as it sounds, citizens may still choose whether or not they wish to opt-in — that is, until the program becomes compulsory in 2020. “Going under the innocuous name of ‘Sesame Credit,’ China has created a score for how good a citizen you are,” explains Extra Credits’ video about the program. “The owners of China’s largest social networks have partnered with the government to create something akin to the U.S. credit score — but, instead of measuring how regularly you pay your bills, it measures how obediently you follow the party line.”
Sesame Credit is operated by Alibaba and Tencent, two companies that run all the top social networks in China, including Weibo, which has over 200 million users. It works by measuring not only purchase and bill paying history but also “political compliance.”