Seven more Chinese companies are added to the U.S. exports blacklist—most of them in the aerospace sector.
A former Apple engineer is pleading guilty to stealing trade secrets. Waiting for him is up to a decade of jail time.
An urgent appeal for help: A daughter in New York is afraid for her father’s life in China after he was abducted by police for meditating.
China’s largest lake has turned into grassy plains amid extreme drought and a scorching heat wave.
China’s financial hub goes dark. The dimmed skyline is an attempt to save on power.
We look at how many Confucius Institutes in Canada are still operating.
Topics in this episode:
- 7 Chinese Companies Added to U.S. Export Black List
- Former Apple Engineer Pleads Guilty to Theft
- NY Resident Calls on China to Release Jailed Father
- Drought Drying China’s Largest Freshwater Lake
- Shanghai Skyline Switched Off Amid Power Shortage
- Q&A: in Canada in Decline
- Beijing Graffiti Voices Anger Over Covid-19 Testing
- Sunak and Truss: UK-China Policies
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