Dr. Sun Shili is a leading UFO researcher in China. He helped start China’s first UFO research organization, and was able to get the Chinese government to print his first UFO journals. He participated in the Citizen Hearing on Disclosure in Washington D.C. where we were able to interview him. He does not speak English, however he was Chairman Mao’s Spanish translator. We have Antonio on hand to translate from Spanish to English for us.
Congratulations to Antonio for staying on the edge of non-US UFU research, with his exclusive Sun Shi-Li interview.
Like Antonio, I am intrigued by the story of the 1999 country-crossing UFO, and hope to obtain further information about exact date and time, direction, rate across the sky, shapes and light fluctuations if noticed, and so forth.
My reason is simple. As with the Soviet Union, China is a ciuntry with strict military secrecy, so often, missile and space events can be misperceived as unexplainable, merely because the knowlledge of their identity was never widely shared.
Here are some examples:
MSNBC (Jan 15, 2010): Did missile test spark Chinese UFO reports? In an ironic encore, yet another secret military missile test – this time, in China – has sparked widespread UFO reports from surprised ground witnesses.
Space.com (1999): Chinese UFOs caused by space activities
Sky Dragons Behind the Media Curtain: UFOs in China
Like Antonio, I am intrigued by the story of the 1999 country-crossing UFO, and hope to obtain further information about exact date and time, direction, rate across the sky, shapes and light fluctuations if noticed, and so forth. Can anybody help, please?
I hope at some point we can obtain further information about these reports from Shi-Li, or they just degenerate into yet more hearsay. We can do better.