China In Focus Full Broadcast (Jan. 10)

Tiffany Meier
By Tiffany Meier
January 10, 2023China in Focus
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A casket burned in the open air in China as funeral homes are grappling with overcrowding.

A makeshift crematory is under construction in Beijing, set to house 200 new cremation furnaces.

A health department in a Chinese province admitted to large-scale infection for the first time.

The death of a Chinese official is casting a spotlight on Beijing’s darkest secret. We hear from three experts.

Could Taiwan defend itself from Beijing with the help of its allies? A think tank breaks it down.

A Chinese spy who publicly defected from Beijing is losing his bid for asylum in Australia.

Topics in this episode:

  1. Video: Casket Burned Outside in Rural China Amid Cremation Services Shortage
  2. Makeshift Beijing Hospital Transformed to Crematory
  3. 89% of People in Henan Province Infected: Official
  4. ‘Many Organs Replaced’: CCP Official Obituary Stirs Speculation
  5. China Suspends Short-Term Visas for S. Korea, Japan
  6. War Game Simulates Chinese Invasion of Taiwan
  7. U.S.-Listed Chinese Firms Kick Off New Year Trading
  8. European Investor Interest in China Running Low
  9. Australian Court Denies Chinese Spy’s Visa Appeal
  10. Beijing Looking to Repair Ties with Australia
  11. Russia to Buy Back China’s Aircraft Carrier
  12. Japan, U.S. Militaries Combined Can Deter China: Newsham
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