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The Department of Justice announced on Thursday that it indicted Fujie Wang, a 32-year-old Chinese citizen, and an unnamed accomplice for stealing personal information on nearly 80 million Anthem clients.Why it matters: The data breach revealed in 2015 was a historic event in cybersecurity, as evidenced by Anthem being on the hook for record penalties — a $16 million fine from the Department of Health and Human Services and a class action law suit settled for $115 million.Details: The Chinese hacker group targeted Anthem and several other companies, according to the indictment, including unidentified communications, technology and materials companies.Dave Lawler joined Axios' Dan Primack on his Pro Rata podcast to talk about why the position of so much of the world on China's detention of over 1 million Uighur Muslims is, "no comment."ListenGo deeper: By Axios' Phanindra Dahal and Dave Lawler:The Trump administration says Nepal is "central" to its strategy in the Indo-Pacific, but the small South Asian country is already home to a battle for influence between its giant neighbors: China and India.Why it matters: Nepal is a signatory to Beijing's Belt and Road initiative, and the government sees a railway deal with China as a "game changer" for the country, Foreign Minister Pradeep Gyawali tells Axios. Meanwhile, there’s some bemusement that great powers seem to be putting so much emphasis on Nepal.Go deeper.China.org.cn - SCIO briefing on the Conference on Dialogue of Asian CivilizationsCaixin - Former Yunnan Leader Surrenders in Corruption ProbeSouth China Morning Post - China's whistle-blower judge in custody of anti-corruption agency and facing accusations of theft and fabricationColombo Telegraph - Gota's Intelligence Czar Caught Red Handed As Chinese MoleReuters - How a Chinese venture in Venezuela made millions while locals grew hungryInkstone - Top Chinese sites erase "The Good Fight" show amid censorship rowNational Geographic - China's new panda park will be three times bigger than YellowstoneThe Information - Huawei Targets Database Market in Challenge to Oracle — The InformationBuzzFeed - Watch Awkwafina Amaze In The New Trailer Her New Film "The Farewell", a movie about saying goodbye to a sick grandmother in ChinaThis week's issues of my Sinocism China Newsletter

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