China in Focus (Dec. 17): Prominent US Lawmaker and Wife With Ties to China

A paraplegic Chinese woman has been fighting for her rights for seven years. But she’s not only a victim of forced demolition.

A shortage of power in three Chinese provinces shuts down some factories and heating devices. At the same time, China bans Australia’s coal, the main raw material for producing electricity in the country.

We breakdown the U.S. Secretary of Transportation’s relation to the CCP and that of her husband, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.

And Chinese telecom company Huawei is now allowed to operate in Germany – as long as it guarantees its equipment won’t be used for sabotage, espionage or terrorism.

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