China in Focus Full Broadcast (June 24)

Taiwan’s new president is facing off against Beijing’s shocking decree: The threat of the death penalty for anyone found supporting Taiwanese independence.

A media mouthpiece for China’s communist regime is now operating in more than 70 percent of African countries, and reports say it’s pushing anti-U.S. messaging.

Seven pro-democracy activists from Hong Kong are back in a Hong Kong court, including former media mogul Jimmy Lai. They’re appealing to get their conviction overturned.

China’s state-run Global Times is reporting that Beijing wants the EU to scrap its tariffs on Chinese electric vehicles by July 4. We have details on the escalating tariff war.

  1. Taiwan Responds to Beijing Threat of Death Sentences
  2. Likely Chinese Hackers Ramped Up Attacks on Taiwan: Report
  3. Report: China Pushes Anti-U.S. Messaging in Africa
  4. Suspected Chinese Rocket Debris Crashes into Village
  5. What’s Driving China’s Nuclear Buildup?
  6. Hong Kong Court Hears Democracy Activists’ Appeal
  7. China Wants EU to Remove EV Tariffs on July 4
  8. China Resident: Relative Killed by Flood Gate Opening
  9. U.S. Aircraft Carrier Arrives in S. Korea for Drills
  10. China’s New Maritime Law ‘Illegal’: Copley
  11. German Trade Focus Could Pivot from China to U.S.