China In Focus Full Broadcast (Aug. 25)

Tiffany Meier
By Tiffany Meier
August 25, 2023China in Focusshare

Is investor appetite for the Chinese market dwindling? Chip designer Arm Holdings flags “significant” China risks, citing the country 350 times in its IPO filing.

Beijing’s espionage scheme to recruit overseas talents is back with a new name, this time attracting microchip experts amid U.S. bans.

Shein clothes will soon appear in Forever 21 stores. The two retailers are inking a deal to partner up.

Chinese leader Xi Jinping’s mysterious absence at South Africa’s BRICS summit is triggering speculation over a potential health scare. Plus another oddity from the three-day summit: a man was seen running to catch up with Mr. Xi, before getting body-slammed by security staff.

Topics in this episode:

  1. Arm Holdings Reveals Its China Risks in IPO Filing
  2. China Quietly Poaches U.S. Chip Talent Amid Curbs
  3. China Asked Retired Mountie to Target Real Estate Tycoon, Uyghurs: Canadian Police
  4. Japan Dumps Radioactive Wastewater into Ocean
  5. Xi Jinping’s Absence Draws Health Concern Speculations
  6. Xi Jinping’s Translator Forcibly Stopped by Security
  7. States Propose Banning Chinese Ownership of U.S. Land
  8. ‘SHEIN x Forever 21’ Partnership Amid Forced Labor Claims
  9. Are Chinese Cities Being Sacrificed to Save Beijing?
  10. ‘A Communist Country That Targets Capitalists’: Corr on Foreign Asset Safety in China
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