Huawei is now completely banned in the United States—alongside a handful of other Chinese tech companies and their gear, from telecom to drones and surveillance cameras.
A blaze kills at least 10 in Xinjiang. Fire trucks were blocked by barricades, with the burning building’s entrance reportedly locked—blocking residents’ escape.
China is powering Russian drones? Iranian-made drones used by Russian forces in Ukraine appear to contain Chinese parts. Reports are calling them knock-offs of Western designs.
Apple’s largest iPhone manufacturer is paying workers to leave their jobs, as violent protests erupt.
Chinese coast guard ships are marching into disputed waters. One of them is armed with a canon, one week after two leaders shook hands.
Topics in this episode:
- U.S. Bans Huawei, ZTE, Other Chinese Companies
- UK Bans Chinese Cameras from ‘Sensitive Sites’
- At Least 10 Dead in Xinjiang Fire
- 19 Makeshift Hospitals Set Up in Guangzhou
- Video: China’s COVID-19 Curbs Fuel Public Pushback
- Chinese Knock-Off Parts Used in Russia Drones: Report
- Apple Supplier Foxconn Works to Resolve Labor Dispute
- Chinese Ship Armed with 76mm Cannon Enters Waters near Japan, Disputed Islands
- China Meets with Pacific Nations on Police Cooperation
- Credit Suisse Cuts a Third of China-Based Bankers
- Lots of Volatility Ahead in China: General Spalding
- Women’s Network Rescues Babies from Abortion
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