China in Focus (Dec. 29): Virus Cancels Major New Year’s Events

More and more CCP virus cases emerge in China. Major New Year’s events in Beijing have been canceled.

A district in a northeastern city is now under strict lockdown. Authorities are sealing entrances to shops and apartment units, and even windows of passing cars.

Where is the smog from? Less coal is imported from Australia and burned in China, leading to less electricity, the shutdown of heating systems, and suspension of factories. But the air quality is getting worse.

Canadians give taxpayers money to Chinese companies as part of the coronavirus subsidy. Some of them are linked to Chinese military and intelligence.

And the United States put sanctions on a Chinese gangster boss for his infiltration activities in Southeast Asia. He is working with the CCP on Beijing’s Belt and Road Initiatives.

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