China in Focus (Aug. 26): Whistleblower Reveals Masks Hoarded in China for Profit

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By NTD Newsroom
August 26, 2020China in Focus

In an exclusive interview, a Chinese whistleblower tells the story of how he helped Chinese officials source massive volumes of medical supplies from around the globe during the pandemic.

In Hong Kong, police have arrested two opposition lawmakers this Wednesday. U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has criticized HSBC for reportedly shutting down accounts of pro-democracy Hong Kong media executives. And some local artists are turning to self-censorship for fear of violating the new law.

A group of people in work uniforms have been seen crawling in front of a business building. This is a form of punishment given to those who fail to achieve a satisfactory performance in their jobs.

And the U.S. has sanctioned 24 Chinese firms involved in helping Beijing advance its territorial claims in the South China Sea.

A paper document-shredding truck was spotted next to the Chinese Consulate in San Francisco on Monday. That’s after the same kind of truck appeared in front of the Chinese Consulate in New York a mere 3 weeks ago.

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