Deaths among Chinese Communist Party elites are rising in China, with a recent outbreak of COVID-19 killing dozens of prominent scholars and officials.
China says its medical supplies are sufficient. But reports tell another story.
TikTok’s parent company admitted some employees accessed the user data of two journalists, without consent.
Meanwhile, some American universities join about 20 states in banning TikTok.
This year, the Drug Enforcement Administration seized enough illegal fentanyl on American soil to kill the entire population of the United States.
Chinese telecom giant Huawei is pulling in more money from patents than it pays out, for the second straight year.
Topics in this episode:
- Deaths Among CCP Elites Rise as COVID-19 Wave Hits China
- Chinese Article Details U.S. COVID-19 Deaths
- China Claims Sufficient Drug Supply, Limits Sales
- ByteDance Admits User Data Compromised
- Some U.S. Universities Restrict TikTok on Campus
- TikTok Spends Millions on Lobbying in U.S.: Report
- DEA Seized 379M Fentanyl Doses in 2022
- China Sanctions 2 Americans Over Actions in Tibet
- Huawei Brings in More Patent Royalties Than It Pays
- Must Look with a Non-Biased Lens: Rex Lee on Twitter Files
- Big Tech Cooperating with Gov’t on Censorship: Rex Lee