Anti-US Chinese Professor Criticized After Being Identified as Texas Resident

Anti-US Chinese Professor Criticized After Being Identified as Texas Resident

BY FRANK YUE February 21, 2021 Updated: February 21, 2021

Chen Ping, a Chinese professor with a large following on Chinese social media known for his anti-American sentiments, was recently ridiculed and scolded by Chinese netizens after it was discovered that he’s a resident of Texas, after a severe winter storm hit the state and triggered power outages in mid-February.

According to China’s state media reports, Chen is a senior researcher at Fudan University’s China Institute and a part-time professor at the university’s school of economics.

Chen is known for his anti-U.S., pro-CCP (Chinese Communist Party rhetoric, attracting more than 3.8 million followers on mini-blogging platform Weibo.

On Dec. 26, 2020, which is Mao Zedong’s birthday, he posted, “Chairman Mao is the person I admire most.”

Mao, the first Chinese leader after the CCP came to power in 1949, was largely responsible for mass unnatural deaths in China totaling up to 80 million due to the CCP’s political purges and mismanagement of state affairs, including the Great Chinese Famine and the Cultural Revolution, according to On the Chinese Communist Party’s History of Killing, part of Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party.

On Jan. 20, Chen stated on Weibo that he would not root out the possibility that the Wuhan pandemic was leaked from a lab where the United States conducts in biological warfare studies. His stance is in line with the official narratives of the Chinese regime regarding the origins of COVID-19, the disease the CCP virus causes.

But Chen’s most controversial viewpoint is his conclusion after comparing life in China and in the United States.

On May 30, 2019, Chen claimed at an event held by the Institute for Contemporary China Studies, Tsinghua University, that one can live more comfortably with a 2,000-yuan ($308) monthly salary in China than one with $3,000 monthly salary in the United States.

He said his reasons were simple: There’s no public transportation, such as a subway system, in American cities and driving a car plus auto insurance was expensive.

He told his audience that “Americans live in suffering, as in deep water or hot fire.”

Chen’s statement drew heated debate.
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