Satellite images are highlighting China’s death surge, showing an uptick in the number of vehicles parked at funeral homes.
A Pfizer-made COVID-19 drug is soon to be removed from China’s health insurance list. Beijing is complaining the drug is “too expensive,” while the drugmaker’s CEO disagrees.
Bipartisan efforts are working to counter the Chinese communist regime. U.S. lawmakers are launching a new committee on China.
Germany confirmed it won’t send weapons to Taiwan. One lawmaker says it’s not a question of military aid.
A Chinese warship has been spotted deep in the South Pacific. What does the sighting say about Beijing’s latest military moves?
Topics in this episode:
- Satellite Images Show Busy Chinese Funeral Homes
- China to Remove Paxlovid from Insurance Drug List
- House Creates Bipartisan Committee on China
- House China Select Committee Aims to Counter Threats
- Japan Tours G7 Nations for Head of State Talks
- ‘Germany Won’t Arm Taiwan’: Senior Lawmaker
- Chinese Warships Spotted in South Pacific
- No Worries on China’s Quantum Computing for Now: Herman