China In Focus Full Broadcast (Jan. 2)

Tiffany Meier
By Tiffany Meier
January 2, 2023China in Focus

What’s the true scale of China’s virus surge? An estimate puts the number at 600 million.

The United States is considering new steps to curb the spread of COVID-19 as infections skyrocket in China. A growing number of countries are now taking action, from France to Australia.

Twenty feet—the dangerously close distance between Chinese and American military aircraft. But which side is to blame?

North Korea is celebrating the new year with missiles. Its leader is vowing to develop a larger nuclear arsenal.

And South Korea responds. Will there be a nuclear race on the Korean peninsula?

The Chinese ambassador to the United States is given an unprecedented spotlight at an NBA game. We look at why.

Topics in this episode:

  1. Estimate: China Infections Could Hit 600 Million
  2. U.S. Weighs Airline Wastewater Testing as COVID-19 Surges in China
  3. Body Bags, Urns, Wreathes Sold Out: Factory Owner
  4. Hospital Staff: Many Patients Getting Reinfected
  5. Returnees Scuffle with Police at China Airport
  6. Taiwan Offers Help to China Amid COVID-19 Surge
  7. Chinese Jet Within 20 Feet of U.S. Military Aircraft
  8. N. Korean Leader Promises Larger Nuclear Arsenal
  9. South Korea, U.S. Discuss Nuclear Exercises: Yoon
  10. Nba Draws Backlash Over Ties with CCP
  11. TikTok a Weaponized Military App in Kids’ Hands: Fleming
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