China In Focus Full Broadcast (Dec. 22)

Tiffany Meier
By Tiffany Meier
December 22, 2022China in Focus

A reopening of China’s border is possibly on the horizon. Reports are hinting at the easing of a major rule: the mandated five-day stay in quarantine facilities after arriving in China.

Chinese hospitals grapple with surging patient numbers. Some people are reportedly getting treatment while lying on the floor.

The first batch of Western-made vaccines is arriving in China. But they’re not for Chinese citizens. For now, only German nationals in China can access the German jabs.

An update on overseas Chinese police offices: Now, a new country joins those launching investigations into the reports.

Taiwan is scrambling jets to fend off a Chinese air force incursion. The island’s ministry gives details in a statement.

Topics in this episode:

  1. China to Cut Quarantine for Foreign Travelers: Report
  2. China’s COVID-19 Surge: Hospitals Overwhelmed, Top CCP Officials Questioning Official Death Toll Data
  3. First Foreign COVID-19 Vax Sent to China from Germany
  4. India: Ready to Export Fever Drugs to China
  5. Japan Probes Claims of Chinese Police Outposts
  6. Taiwan Scrambles Jets to Ward Off Chinese Incursion
  7. From ‘Little Pink’ to Protesting Totalitarianism: Chinese Students Share Their ‘Awakening Stories’
  8. U.S., China Clash Over South China Sea
  9. China’s Infiltration of Power Positions: Faddis
  10. Core Issue: Faddis on Economic Entanglement with China
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