Two American sailors have been arrested on charges of selling sensitive military information to China.
Heavy rainstorms move toward northeastern China, the nation’s largest grain belt. Farmlands were submerged under water and harvest season was disrupted.
A unique feature offered by a Chinese surveillance camera maker uses keywords like “black,” “white,” and “yellow” to tag and track people as they appear in footage.
Topics in this Episode:
- Two U.S. Navy Sailors Charged With Spying for China
- Chinese Surveillance Maker Analyzes By Skin Color
- Floods Hit China’s Grain Belt, Farmlands Submerged
- UC Berkeley’s Ties With CCP Under Scrutiny
- No Response From China On Invitation To Visit U.S.
- U.S., Eu Wary Of China’s Legacy Chip Efforts: Expert
- Biden Admin’s China Strategy Has Continuity