China in Focus (Nov. 26): Anger Erupts Over Apartment Rental Company

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By NTD Newsroom
November 26, 2020News

Anger erupted among tenants of a Chinese apartment rental company after the company’s funding chain cut off, prompting landlords to send their residents packing.

A former president of a provincial High Court has been convicted of accepting $10 million in bribes. Though he’s now awaiting his sentence, the trial overlooked an even bigger crime.

U.S. tech giant Apple asks one of its major suppliers to move production lines out of China. It’s the result of the United States’ tough stance on the Chinese Communist Party.

Two Chinese apps are sending the data of Android phone users to China. The apps have tens or hundreds of millions of users globally.

Why don’t the Chinese people stand up against the Chinese regime? Two factors play key roles in the answer.

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