Hunter Biden's Chinese Ho

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Okay she's a Bao but she worked for a "spy chief" named Ho. :laugh: 


From Daily Mail UK


EXCLUSIVE: 'Your doggy chain necklace is waiting for you.' Flirty messages from Hunter Biden's Chinese-American secretary, 29, who worked for him when he partnered with the 'spy chief of China' are revealed



  • ******* dot com can reveal messages between Hunter Biden and young Chinese-American woman who worked in his business venture with Patrick Ho 
  • In an audio recording, Hunter described Ho to a friend as the 'spy chief of China' 
  • The young secretary, JiaQi Bao, worked for Hunter during his partnership with Chinese oil giant CEFC in a multi-million-dollar deal
  • Bao, then age 29, scheduled flights, hotels and doctor's appointments for him 
  • She sent him opposition research to help Joe Biden's 2020 election bid and wrote flirty and personal messages and ended up with his military dog tags
  • She also encouraged him to draw from the company's accounts before they was shut down 
  • Hunter and Joe Biden's brother Jim partnered with CEFC in 2017, in a deal that was meant to generate billions of dollars 
  • But the joint venture collapsed the following year when CEFC's secretary general Ho was arrested and convicted of bribery in a US federal prosecution   
  • It's unclear whether Bao was aware of CEFC bosses alleged links with intelligence services at the time and she has not responded to requests for comment 



PUBLISHED: 11:13 EDT, 7 May 2021 | UPDATED: 17:03 EDT, 7 May 2021


Hunter Biden's emails reveal his close relationship with the Chinese-American secretary who worked for him when he went into business with the man he called the 'spy chief of China.' 


The mysterious young assistant wrote the president's son flirty messages, sent him opposition research for Joe's White House run and encouraged him to draw funds from the company's accounts when the joint venture collapsed and even ended up with Hunter's military dog tags.


In 2017 Hunter went into business with Patrick Ho, secretary general of Chinese oil giant CEFC.


Hunter described Ho in a call recording on his abandoned laptop as the 'spy chief of China', and the Chinese businessman was later surveilled by US law enforcement as a foreign intelligence threat before he was convicted of bribery in 2018.


After launching his multi-million-dollar joint venture with CEFC, Hunter was assigned a 29-year-old Chinese-American assistant, JiaQi Bao, who quickly struck up a close and intriguing relationship with her Biden boss.


At first, emails show the New York-based Bao diligently scheduled flights, hotels and even doctor's appointments for the president's son.


But mysteriously, the young assistant also sent him opposition research to help Joe Biden's 2020 election bid, urged him to take cash from the joint venture's accounts as the business collapsed and wrote flirty and personal messages and even ended up with Hunter's military dog tags in her New York apartment – the same tags he can be seen wearing in home-made porn videos he recorded on his laptop.


While Hunter had photos of Bao on his laptop, seen here, *******.com did not find any explicit photos or videos of the assistant.









A Senate probe highlighted links between Hunter's Chinese backers and the country's spy machine, and reported that his dealings with the Chinese 'raise criminal financial, counterintelligence and extortion concerns'.


But it is still unclear whether Bao was aware of Hunter's partner's alleged links to the intelligence services at the time – as the New York-based clerical worker has not responded to multiple requests for comment.


Hunter and Joe Biden's brother Jim partnered with CEFC in 2017, in a deal that was meant to generate billions of dollars and create a string of oil and gas projects in the Middle East and Europe.


But the joint venture collapsed the following year when CEFC's secretary general Patrick Ho was arrested and later convicted of bribery in a US federal prosecution.


Ho was suspected of working with the Chinese intelligence services, and had been monitored by federal law enforcement under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, court documents revealed.


The Senate homeland security and finance committees issued a joint report in September 2020 scrutinizing Hunter's business deal with CEFC, noting the company's deep ties to the Chinese government and concluding that the millions of dollars transferred from the firm to Hunter and his uncle 'raise criminal financial, counterintelligence and extortion concerns.'


In November, then finance committee chair Senator Chuck Grassley wrote to the Department of Justice, demanding an investigation into Hunter's business dealings with his corrupt foreign billionaire backers.


The president's son admitted in December last year that he is currently the subject of an FBI investigation, reportedly for tax crimes, though it has been reported that investigators are also scrutinizing his foreign dealings. 


Hunter himself seems to have believed his business partner's ties to Chinese intelligence agencies – telling a friend in an audio recording on his laptop that Ho was the 'spy chief of China'.








After partnering with Chinese oil giant CEFC in the multi-million-dollar deal, Bao was appointed as his secretary and assistant, acting as a go-between for his Chinese business partners, translating documents and performing clerical work for Hunter in the joint venture.


According to Bao's LinkedIn page, she has worked as an analyst and assistant in finance and private equity in Hong Kong, Shanghai, Beijing and New York since 2011.


Her Chinese-American family are based in Arizona, and she studied at the state's university before taking a masters at top Beijing university Tsinghua.


Her LinkedIn page does not mention CEFC or the joint venture with the Bidens, only listing 'Hedge Fund / Asset Management / Financial Services' as her job from February 2016 to July 2019.


Their correspondence in emails obtained by *******.com from Hunter's abandoned laptop were at first purely professional, with Bao booking plane tickets and hotel rooms and translating reports on Hunter's oil and gas ventures into Chinese for his CEFC business partners.


But in November 2017, just weeks after Bao's first email to Hunter, Ho was arrested in New York on charges of bribing the president of Chad for oil rights.


After the arrest, Bao wrote Hunter an email asking for information about the case 'as a learning opportunity'.


'I just don't get it, why the US has the legitimacy or the authority to sue when whatever involved is not happening in the U. S. and no U. S. company is involved?' she wrote.


'In case if someone really should sue, it should be Hong Kong or the African country government as it involves its is this has anything to do with the U. S.? Or something happened in the U. S. and through a U. S. bank ? Or some international lawy that every country follows?


'So the US government thought he did, based on the U. S. government's standard, might be his dealing with whatever various circle(s)/companies he close to, or a personal matter, may or may not related to CEFC...why the US government is so certain of the linkage?'


She ended the message by lavishing compliments on the president's son, writing: 'Many thanks for having been the most amazing and understanding boss, and the most charismatic friend and coconspirator-in-mischief.'


By January 2018 Bao was becoming more familiar in her emails to Hunter, telling him: 'One of my New Year's Wishes is that you could drink less… I will do anything and everything to make you happy so that alcoholic beverages' widely believed mythical function as a stress reliever won't be an excuse for indulgence!


'You have such a charismatic personality and I know you are a super nice person that I'm naturally draw to, so you know, I have your best interest at heart and I want to do something for you to show my appreciation.'


Bao's messages became strangely obsequious, even emailing Hunter to tell him not to pay her for the whole month of February because she took four vacation days to see her family.


'I'm taking too many days off on February, I really should not waste your money like this,' the diligent assistant wrote. 'Please do not pay me any salary for the month of February.'


In one striking email Bao revealed that she had Hunter's military dog tags and asked him to visit her New York apartment to pick them up.


Hunter wears the tags in several naked selfies on his laptop, as well as in home-made porn videos shot with prostitutes which he uploaded to his Porn Hub account. Bao does not appear in any explicit pictures or videos on the laptop.


'Your doggy chain necklace: I thought I would simply bring it to you whenever I see you during your last trip in NY, but you were too busy and that didn't happen. Please let me know when and where I should bring it to you or how would you like it to be delivered,' Bao wrote to Hunter in March 2018.


'I think the most convenient way might be to simply pick it up whenever you are in NY next time. For the meanwhile, it is in a safe place awaiting for you.'


As Hunter's joint venture with the Chinese began to crumble that month amid the arrests of its two leaders, Bao wrote one of her most surprising emails encouraging him to raid the coffers of one of Hunter and CEFC's joint corporate vehicles called Hudson West.


'I'm a bit hesitated to say this to you, because I don't want you to misunderstood me as a messed up bad girl. However, for your benefit, I can't hold it back to myself,' Bao wrote in the March 26 email marked 'confidential'.


'Here is my two cents: Whatever money from Hudson West, please take them, take as much as possible, or figure out a way to spend them for your own benefit.


'It doesn't matter whether the left-over operational fund for Hudson West is labeled as 'personal goodwill / loan' or 'non-recourse' 'recourse' 'borrowing/drawing'...just take it and keep as much as possible.


'If you do not take that money, the money would ended up become 'nobody's money.' So it is better to use it for good. 'Nobody's money' means they take away whatever you give up to no body knows where in the system it will end up and whomever stranger might simply take the money for granted.'


Delaware company filings show the Biden-CEFC joint venture corporation, Hudson West III, was dissolved in November 2018, eight months after Bao’s email recommending Hunter take any remaining money in its accounts.


According to last year’s Senate committee report, payments to Hunter from the corporation continued through September 2018.


The report also says that between January 2018 and October 2018, Hudson West III wired Jim Biden’s consulting firm Lion Hall Group a total $76,746.15 with the memo, ‘office expense and reimbursement.’


Wire orders on the abandoned laptop show Hunter also transferred about $1.4 million of funds from his company Owasco to his uncle’s consulting firm between August 14th 2017 and August 3rd 2018.


In an earlier email Bao also encouraged Hunter to  add personal bills into his expenses reports for the joint venture.


'I included your Yale Club Quarterly Contribution starting from last year up to the latest one, not sure if the accounting department will let this go, but let's try,' she wrote.


'Don't worry about our drinks, it's on me, no need to be included in this report.'


After the joint venture had dissolved, Bao emailed Hunter with a conspiratorial message encouraging him to help his father run for president and listing talking points to combat criticism of Hunter's dealings with the Chinese.


'Trump advocate's stupid book with exaggeration and fabrication on your business connection with Chinese or that NYTimes article mentioning a retired Hong Kong official trying to reach you/Uncle Jim when need help have no relevance whatsoever!' she wrote.


Bao listed negative stories about Trump for Hunter to use, including allegations of selling citizenship to corrupt Chinese officials, his alleged links to a Chinese-owned Florida 'prostitution parlor', and letting human rights violations slide in negotiations with China.


Bao also attacked Trump's trade war with China, slamming it as 'a complete failure thus far, resulting in tremendous loss to Americans'.


Under the heading 'Uncle Joe 2020', the former assistant encouraged Hunter to tell his father to 'lead by example', 'bring back sensibility', and emphasize his experience and age as a strength.


Bao's suggestions appear to fit with China's foreign policy at the time. Joe Biden was expected to have a less confrontational policy towards China, and appeared to be preferred by the Chinese government over Trump.


Bao did not respond to requests for comment.     




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Just more c h I t festering in the swamp that is of course denied by the classic I don’t remember I was f u q d up on drugs  ...classic c h I t stain LOL LOL LOL 

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6 mins ago, MattieG said:

I’m not gonna lie. I’d tap that too, and I’m not a crack head.

Not altogether clear that he did from the story.  *shrugs*


What is crear is her infruence.

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50 mins ago, MattieG said:

I’m not gonna lie. I’d tap that too, and I’m not a crack head.

Don't sell yourself short, millions of Burisma bux, you too could have meth mouth.

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Drip, drip, drip.  I think Giuliani mentioned in a recent interview there would be more on Hunter coming out soon.  

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