China in Focus (Nov. 27): Three Gorges Dam Used to Fill Official’s Pockets

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By NTD Newsroom
November 27, 2020China in Focus

Many Chinese people thought the Three Gorges Dam would bring their hydro fee down when completed. But things are going the other way. They don’t know they have been paying for the project, and still are.

The first round of virus mass testing has just finished, the second round has already started. That with the testing fee is a million-dollar business for the government.

A nearly $50,000 monthly salary paid in cash? This is the kind of inconvenience that the head of Hong Kong is facing, since being sanctioned by the United States for limiting freedoms in the region.

Amidst allegations of voter fraud, a Dominion tech worker is found to have worked for a firm linked to the Chinese military.

And China breaks a record for the highest trade tariffs imposed on a country. That’s 210 [percent] on Australian wine imports.

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