How many people are under lockdown orders in China? A new report found the number covers more people than the entire U.S. population.
Under Beijing’s “Zero-Cases Policy,” those who test positive for COVID-19 are sent to quarantine centers. But what happens to their pets? Photos and video of one incident paint a grim picture.
Energy independence vs. climate concerns—the issue marks a fine line for the United States as Washington struggles to find a balance. But the most controversial part of the issue might be coming from somewhere else.
China will soon send more astronauts into orbit, despite getting blocked from using the International Space Station.
A group of Chinese companies is suing the Israeli government. We zoom in on the dispute and its apparent ties to the United States.
Topics in this episode:
Shanghai: Pet Dog of COVID Patient Beaten to Death
Shanghai Residents Face Repeated COVID-19 Tests
China to ‘Stick With’ Zero-COVID-19 Strategy
WH Aims to Produce Renewable Energy in US
Expert: Mixed Energy Is a Reliable Solution
US Bans Anti-Satellite Missile Tests
China to Send Up Next Space Station Crew in June
China Sues Israel Gov’t Over Light Rail Tender
Private Chinese Company Sold Off by Court
SOS Letter Depicts Situation in Shanghai Community
Hong Kong Zero-COVID Policies Create Plastic Waste
Building Collapse Kills 3, Injures 9 in China
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