China In Focus (June 11): Zoom Shuts Chinese Activists’ Accounts

Torrential rains flood parts of China. Millions are impacted, with thousands displaced as water levels exceed warning levels.

An inside source tells us a detention center has been emptied out in preparation for Hong Kong protesters. It’s in anticipation of Beijing’s new national security law being passed.

A new analysis suggests the Chinese regime has launched a propaganda campaign on Twitter as thousands of suspicious accounts have cropped up.

Popular video conferencing platform Zoom shuts down U.S. rights activists’ account, after an online meeting commemorating the Tiananmen crackdown.

And two senators propose nearly $23 billion in incentives for overseas chipmakers to set up shop in the United States. That’s amid Washington’s tech rivalry with Beijing and telecom giant Huawei.

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