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Rephrased title: Indicators of Heightened Military Preparedness in the Chinese Army

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Military law expert Shi Dan confirmed that the amendments to the laws on military conscription during the war show that the Chinese army is increasing its level of combat readiness in light of the escalating tensions in the Taiwan Strait.

Chinese expert Deng said in a statement to the South China Morning Post that new wartime recruiting rules had previously been circulated in China, stating that the recruitment mechanism should “be guided by the concept of preparing for war.”

It also points to the need to improve recruitment efficiency by hiring “highly skilled people”.

Dan believed that the amendment worked to “patch a loophole” in this law, and also led to the need for military preparations, including in the context of the aggravation of the Taiwan issue.

The expert continued, “The Anti-Secession Law (Taiwan) contains conditions for resolving this issue by non-peaceful means. The improvement of the relevant military regulations is undoubtedly an important component of ongoing military preparations.”

Dan indicated that priority is given to veterans due to the skill and experience they have in using high-tech weapons.

Last week, Chinese President Xi Jinping asked the military to step up military training for actual combat, stressing that Beijing will protect its territorial sovereignty and maritime interests in the region.

A Chinese official called recent air and sea exercises simulating a blockade of Taiwan aimed at a “serious warning” to local pro-independence politicians and their foreign allies.

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