The name “Israel” has been wiped from China’s top digital maps, while the names of neighboring countries remain intact. What could the deletion mean as the war intensifies between Israel and Hamas terrorists?
China’s foreign minister hints that an upcoming U.S. meeting might not be smooth sailing. That’s as potential talks between President Joe Biden and Chinese leader Xi Jinping are expected next month.
At the same time, Beijing is greeting U.S. veterans with open arms, praising their efforts in aiding China during World War II.
And a Canadian movie is facing a blockade in South Korea. Why would a foreign film festival catch Beijing’s eye?
Topics in this episode:
- Israel’s Name ‘Disappears’ From Top Chinese Maps
- China: Xi-Biden Meeting Won’t Be ‘Smooth Sailing’
- Beijing Honors Two American WWII Veterans
- U.S. State Senator Acquitted in Hong Kong Over Firearms
- ‘China Must Uphold Rule of Law’: Singapore
- Canada Bans WeChat, Kaspersky From Government Devices
- China Factory Activity Unexpectedly Shrinks
- More Chinese Immigrants Coming to US
- Xi Jinping to Tighten Grip on Financial Industry
- Staff Exodus at Chinese Copper Giant Amid Strain
- Canadian Movie Facing Blockade in S. Korea Under Pressure From Chinese Foreign Ministry: Report
- China to Remove Anonymity of Bloggers’ Accounts
- US Is in a Marxist Revolution: Xi Van Fleet