China in Focus (July 19): Two Reservoirs Burst Amid Heavy Rain in China

An unusually broad coalition of countries is calling out Beijing for its hacking practices. Its cyber-espionage campaign is believed to target sensitive technology.

Rallies in support of Falun Gong are happening from North America to Europe. The Chinese Communist Party has been waging a brutal persecution against the spiritual movement for 22 years.

A surprise addition to the line-up of this year’s Cannes film festival, a documentary is shining a spotlight on Hong Kong’s 2019 pro-democracy protest movement.

Heavy rains hit China’s Inner Mongolia region. Two reservoirs have burst, destroying more than 20 bridges.

Chinese telecom company Xiaomi just leapfrogged Apple, becoming the world’s second-largest smartphone vendor. Former U.S. President Donald Trump blacklisted the company, but President Joe Biden removed the label.

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