China in Focus (Dec. 28): Christmas Banned in China Without Approval

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By NTD Newsroom
December 28, 2020China in Focus
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Celebrating Christmas in a church in China requires 11 approvals from police and authorities of different levels. In some cases, police just block the entrance.

Glossing over negative issues is a trick used by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).

Another heavy blow to China’s e-commerce giant Alibaba and its owner, billionaire Jack Ma came from China’s central bank.

Is Apple bowing to China’s censorship? A former Apple employee says yes, and claims he suffered for standing up to it.

And Chinese spies are facing charges in Afghanistan. Some of them are in contact with a terrorist group.

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