A protester was assaulted after people reportedly pulled him into a Chinese consulate in the UK. British police are now investigating.
Beijing is refusing to renounce the use of force on Taiwan. The head of the Chinese Communist Party reiterated the message during a major congress meeting.
A setback for Shein—a fast-fashion brand from China—involves a $1.9 million fine, slapped on the company by New York state.
Texas is moving to safeguard retirement assets, cutting teacher pension funds’ exposure to Chinese stocks in half.
Beijing is ready to use force on Taiwan when China feels necessary. How should the island react? An expert breaks it down.
Topics in this episode:
- Protester Pulled into UK Chinese Consulate, Beaten
- Beijing Won’t Renounce Use of Force on Taiwan: Xi
- China Kicks Off 20th Communist Party Congress
- NY Fines Shein’s Owner $1.9M Over Data Breach
- Texas Teachers Pension to Cut China Stock Allocation
- ‘Russia Is the Storm, China Is Climate Change’: German Spy Chief
- Germany: Decoupling from China ‘The Wrong Answer’
- Chinese Citizens Asked to Wear Masks While Eating
- U.S. Weakness Causes Opponents to Rise: Expert
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