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Initiatives for China reports ten Chinese State Funded Media to DOJ that have failed to register as a Foreign Agent required by Foreign Agents Registration Act

Honorable Jeff Sessions
Attorney General of the United States
U.S. Department of Justice
950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20530-0001
September 25, 2018
Dear Mr. Attorney General:
I applaud your decision to order Xinhua News Agency and China Global Television Network, the two major Chinese state media firms, to register as foreign agents. This is a timely and urgent move much needed to counter the Chinese Communist regime’s aggressive foreign propaganda strategy aiming to gain political influence and win Americans’ hearts and minds.
However, there are still hundreds of other Chinese state media outlets that serve as the backbone of the Chinese regime’s propaganda apparatus operating in this country. They have failed to comply with the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA) to register their firms as Chinese government agents and disclose information of acting on behalf of the Chinese government. I therefore urge you to require them to do so.
Below are a few key Chinese state media firms for you to consider:
1. China News Service US Bureau
15 East Street, Room 801,
New York, NY 10016
2. CCTV America
1099 New York Ave NW # 530,
Washington, DC 20001
3. Phoenix North America Chinese ChannelPhoenix Satellite Television (U.S.) Inc.
3810 Durbin Street, Irwindale,
California 91706
4. International Chinese Network Inc. ICN
800 S Barranca Ave, Suite 180,
Covina, CA 91723
5. ICN Chinese American Voice
13351 37th Ave Flushing,
NY, NY 11354
6. Sky Link TV
500 Montebello Blvd,
Rosemead, CA 91770
6401 Poplar Avenue, Suite 640
Memphis, TN 38119
8. China Radio International North America
1776 Massachusetts Ave NW,
Washington, DC 20036
15 East 40th Street
New YorkNY 10016
10. China Press
15 East 40th Street
New York, NY 10016
Thank you for your leadership and I look forward to your reply
Your truly,
YANG Jianli
Citizen Power Initiatives for China
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