Nothing to see here. Just more weather reports. But you don’t need a weatherman to know which way the wind from China was blowing.
In the 2011 email thread, Hunter bragged to Archer about his relationship with Che Feng, a Chinese business tycoon who they referred to as “The Super Chairman.”
Hunter then presented his theory for why Feng favored him. He mentioned that he met Feng through Li, the then-CEO of Bohai Capital, who eventually became the CEO of BHR.
“Your question- ‘why does Super Chair love me so much?’ is easily answered. It has nothing to do with me and everything to do with my last name (and I bring along very handsome Aryan godlike men wherever I go),” Hunter wrote.
Because Feng liked names that start with a ‘B’? Was it some Feng Shui thing? Or the fact that Hunter was the son of the vice president?
Who was Feng?
At one time, he was business partners with the then-vice minister for state security in China, which is China’s KGB.
This man was reportedly the director of the ministry’s No. 8 Bureau, which targeted foreigners with its intelligence apparatus — including reporters, diplomats and businessmen. It was also reported that he oversaw intelligence operations for North America.
Another key figure in putting this investment deal together was Zhao Xuejun (a k a Henry Zhao) of Harvest Fund Management. Zhao is a Communist Party official. (“The mission of our Party is to bring happiness to people, and to revive the nation for people,” he has said.)
But more troubling — Zhao was at that time business partners with Jia Liqing, the daughter of the former minister of state security, Jia Chunwang.
In short, he was in charge of espionage, domestic and overseas intelligence work for China. Jia was famous during his tenure for developing China’s “deep water fish” (Chendi yü) strategy of developing thousands of special agents on foreign soil.
Zhao was also a key figure for Biden prospects in China. His fund participated in BHR, where Hunter Biden received a board seat. The business that he co-founded with Jia Liqing, Harvest Global Investments, also figures in Deal #2.
Just more weather reports and casual conversation, as congressional Democrats are claiming.