China in Focus (Oct. 12): 9 Million to Undergo Testing in China’s Qingdao City
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Nine million people are to be tested for the CCP virus in a Chinese city. An expo was postponed, a hospital closed—only because of 12 cases, if the official figure is accurate.

Taiwan denounced China for releasing a forced TV confession of a Taiwanese businessman. The man has been missing in China for over a year due to his support of Hong Kong’s pro-democracy movement.

Air in Beijing is exceeding three times the healthy limit of atmospheric particulate matter measuring less than 2.5 micrometers in diameter, causing haze and harming people’s health.

Anti-American in public but admiring America in real life. This way of life has become popular among many Chinese celebrities. An “anti-American pioneer” scholar is revealed to have sent his son to the United States for education.

And U.S. flags are made in China, sold in China, and used in China. But China’s authorities forbade this, because a group of residents wanted to show their support for U.S. President Trump, using these flags.

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