EXCLUSIVE: Green Lasers Fired at Hawaii by a Chinese Satellite Occurred in Same Area as Unusual Chinese Real Estate Activity
Green lasers fired at Hawaii by a Chinese satellite occurred in same area as unusual Chinese real estate activity
Guest post by Lawrence Sellin, Ph.D.
That Chinese military operation occurred simultaneously with the arrival of a Chinese spy balloon, which entered U.S. airspace over the Aleutian Islands in Alaska also on January 28, 2023.
After being allowed to fly over the entire U.S. mainland, including sensitive military installations, the Chinese spy balloon was finally shot down off the coast of South Carolina on February 4, 2023.
Within the last 24 hours, a “high altitude object,” presumably another Chinese spy balloon, was shot down over Alaska.
All of the above indicates coordinated Chinese military activity against the United States, which may have associated elements not yet widely known.
The green laser bursts over Maunakea on the Big Island of Hawaii, the highest point in the Hawaiian Islands, occurred in the same area as unusual Chinese real estate activities, reported on October 1, 2022 by The Gateway Pundit.
According to information originating from inside the Chinese Communist Party, Tao Huang is the son of a People’s Liberation Army General, who received special training in its General Staff and the International Department of the Communist Party of China’s Central Committee. That is, a person of importance.
Tao Huang and his wife Yin Nog Tang, who were married in New York, first appear publicly around 2008 in an arguably pro-China section of Flushing, New York, which sponsors events featuring the Consul General from the People’s Republic of China’s Consulate in New York.
Tao Huang seems to have been a real estate manager at Chinese-owned and operated Apple Wealth Realty in Flushing.
According to County of Hawaii records, on August 8, 2017, Yin Nog Tang, as Grantee, purchased 15-2055 Government Beach Road in Pahoa, Hawaii, a 14-acre property designated as “agricultural” on the easternmost coastline of the Big Island of Hawaii for $750,000, although Tao Huang is now listed as Owner.
Again, according to County of Hawaii records, a Quitclaim Deed was executed on February 2, 2021 “selling” the 15-2055 Government Beach Road property for zero dollars, apparently to Tao Huang.
Quitclaim Deeds can be used to hide the true nature of property transactions.
Two photographs allegedly taken on the grounds of 15-2055 Government Beach Road, which originated in China, show Tao Huang and a portion of that property, photos not found on the internet.
Why would Tao Huang allegedly be sending photos and why would the Chinese Communist Party be interested in photos taken at 15-2055 Government Beach Road on the Big Island of Hawaii located in the vicinity of the green laser bursts?
Since arriving in Hawaii, Tao Huang’s wife, Yin Nog Tang, started a real estate company called Big Island New Horizon LLC.
Strangely, the address of Yin Nog Tang’s Big Island New Horizon LLC is a private residence, 1647 Oneawa Place, Hilo, Hawaii, owned by the Zhang Trust, which is linked to Yu “Maggie’ Zhang, a prominent real estate agent in the Hawaiian Islands, who is originally from Shanghai.
After Tao Huang and Yin Nog Tang arrived on the Big Island of Hawaii, Maggie Zhang also bought a large parcel of “agricultural” land near the property of Tao Huang and Yin Nog Tang and close to the eastern coast of the Big Island. It was bought via a company called Xing Long Produce, which, like Big Island New Horizon LLC, is registered at 1647 Oneawa Place, Hilo, Hawaii.
What is the relationship, if any, between Yu “Maggie” Zhang and Tao Huang and Yin Nog Tang and the properties they own on the Big Island of Hawaii and is there any connection to China?
As separately reported by The Gateway Pundit, the above Chinese real estate activities have occurred in parallel with Chinese property acquisitions on the main island of Oahu located near key U.S. military installations shown in the images below.
Perhaps nothing treacherous is underway, that there is no connection between green laser bursts from a Chinese satellite over the Big Island of Hawaii and seemingly unusual real estate activities in the same location.
An abundance of caution dictates, however, that even the remotest possibilities be considered, given the high stakes involved in a potential war between China and the United States and because the Headquarters of the U.S. Indo-Pacific Command and the critical military installations in the Hawaiian Islands would be prime targets, just like on December 7, 1941.
Lawrence Sellin, Ph.D. is retired U.S. Army Reserve colonel and a veteran of Afghanistan and Iraq. He had a civilian career in international business and medical research. Dr. Sellin is the author of Restoring the Republic: Arguments for a Second American Revolution. His email address is [email protected].