China In Focus Full Broadcast (Dec. 30)

Tiffany Meier
By Tiffany Meier
December 30, 2022China in Focus
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The year 2022—full of unexpected changes. But more are on the horizon.

The Chinese Communist Party is opening its borders, soon allowing Chinese people to visit other countries.

An unprecedented COVID-19 outbreak sweeping the country, bringing risks of new virus mutations.

The world’s second largest economy in question, as it copes with export bans from the U.S., growing pushback from the international community, and surging tensions with Taiwan.

We examine the year the world is leaving behind—and look at what to expect in the year to come.

Topics in this episode:

  1. COVID-19 in Review: China Sees Dark End to 2022
  2. China’s Zero-COVID-19 in Review: What Went Wrong?
  3. Report: China’s 100+ Police Offices Around the World
  4. Chips Act Boosts U.S. Domestic Manufacturing
  5. Year in Review: 2022 a Wild Ride for TikTok
  6. U.S. Gains Full Access to Audits of Chinese Companies
  7. Key Takeaways: the First Biden-Xi Meeting
  8. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s Visit to Taiwan
  9. China Eastern Plane Crash Kills All 132 Onboard
  10. Weakness Can Invite Enemies: Thayer Looks into 2023
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