China in Focus (Dec. 2): 10,000 Victims Protest P2P Lending Scams

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By NTD Newsroom
December 3, 2020China in Focus

Thousands of Chinese peer-to-peer (P2P) lending companies went bankrupt. Millions of people lost their money. Some say it was due to misplaced trust in the authorities.

A Chinese woman used harsh words to describe a popular Chinese writer. But months later, she was the one in need of help.

Beijing officials attempted to attack Australia with an inflammatory doctored photo; instead, the faked image rallied support for the country.

Joshua Wong, Hong Kong’s prominent pro-democracy activist, was jailed for more than a year over a pro-democracy rally last year.

And Joe Biden is selecting his picks for his cabinet. But what’s their stance toward communist China? We dive into what this could mean for Biden’s China Policy.

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