A global information war worth billions is buying up the media and booting critics from apps like TikTok. A new report shows how Beijing controls what details you see about China.
Celebrities and politicians on TikTok beware: a new risk could see their closest personal contacts exposed.
American companies face a growing risk in China. We take a look at the latest example of Beijing’s exit bans.
Tensions in the Taiwan Strait are flaring up, with the island detaining 17 fishermen on Friday after a coast guard collision.
An iconic absence at Washington’s National Zoo: its three pandas will soon say farewell to visitors and head back to China, as a unique form of diplomacy dries up.
Topics in this episode:
- ‘Information Manipulation’: State Dept. Says Beijing Spends Billions to Push Propaganda
- TikTok Exposes Politician, Celebrity Contacts: Forbes
- Taiwan Detains 17 Chinese Fishermen After Collision
- China Blocks U.S. Executive from Leaving
- Philippines Vows to Defend Maritime Territory
- National Zoo Saying Farewell to Chinese Pandas
- U.S., China Diplomats Meet in Washington
- 11 European Countries Put Curbs on Huawei
- China to Relax Cross-Border Data Controls
- Beer Brewers Abuzz as Australia Barley Returns to China
- China Fueling Russia’s War in Ukraine: Expert
- Parent Skeptical About China’s Screen Time Proposals
- China Analyst Threatened near Disputed Region