China in Focus Full Broadcast (April 24)*

President Joe Biden inks the TikTok divestment bill into law. Will the app sever ties with its Chinese parent or risk being ousted from U.S. app stores?

U.S. prosecutors want the founder of a crypto exchange giant to serve three years in prison. The Chinese-born businessman pleaded guilty to breaking money laundering laws.

Rooting out spies, raiding Chinese firms, and launching a probe—the European Union is launching a series of moves aimed at China, just ahead of the Chinese leader’s first visit to Europe in five years.

Germany arrests an EU Parliament staff member on suspicion of spying for China, taking the tally of alleged Chinese spies arrested in Europe recently to six.

  1. Biden Signs Foreign Aid, TikTok Bills
  2. Sec. Blinken to Address CCP’s Human Rights Abuses
  3. Biden Signed the TikTok Bill into Law, What’s Next?
  4. How China Factors into Every Part of the $95B Aid
  5. FBI Chief Warns About TikTok Risks
  6. Trump Hosts Former Japanese Prime Minister in New York
  7. EU Probes Fair Access to China’s Medical Device Market
  8. U.S. Seeks three Years Jail for Binance Founder Zhao
  9. EU Parliament Aide Arrested for Spying for China
  10. ‘China Doesn’t Care About Israel’: Israeli Politician
  11. Athletes Potential Doping Cases Sparks Outrage
  12. ‘Unsilenced’ Film Hits Capitol Hill
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