Weiming Chen

Sculptures by artist and activist Weiming Chen
(Photos © Jonas Yuan)

A frieze by Weiming Chen with 4 observers in frontWeiming Chen - Head sculpture - frontWeiming Chen - Head sculpture - 3/4 back Weiming Chen - Head sculpture - seen from 3/4 front in low light, 2 observersWeiming Chen - shelter or cave, artist inside off-center

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China now rises even more threateningly as America’s greatest geopolitical rival, promising to dominate the world within a decade. Security experts see a strange and sudden surge of more than 36,000 illegal entrants at the southern border, the acquisition of vast tracts of American farmland, close coordination with drug cartels, the proliferation of illegal “police stations” on US soil, and loud daily promises to invade Taiwan. Hudson Institute foreign policy fellow Josh Block and artist and activist Weiming Chen join Edwin for an update on the China Threat (Part I; Part II; Part III), plus Carolyn Glick updates us on WWJ.