China in Focus (Aug. 12): First Report Proves Huawei Spy for Beijing

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By NTD Newsroom
August 12, 2020China in Focus

A new report shows that Huawei deliberately created security loopholes when building a data center for the government of Papua New Guinea, leaving the Pacific country’s government data open to spies.

Chinese leader Xi Jinping is calling on the country to stop wasting food and maintain a sense of crisis over food security. The rare move is sparking concerns over China’s potential food crisis.

The price of pork in China rose by almost 90 percent year-on-year. And when 7 tons of pork was scattered on a highway due to a truck accident, locals snatched it up. This happened in one of the provinces worst-hit by flooding.

Hong Kong froze media mogul and pro-democracy activist Jimmy Lai’s million-dollar assets. Hongkongers flooded to a restaurant owned by his son, showing their support. And another activist, Agnes Chow, is hailed as the “real Mulan.”

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