China in Focus (Nov. 30): Chinese Stars Feel Heat Under Internet Ban

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By NTD Newsroom
November 30, 2020China in Focus

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is further working to suppress Internet freedom. This time, it’s celebrities taking the heat.

A self-appointed Chinese sociologist suggested that China’s supposed 4,000 virus deaths are so few that they don’t really matter. His statement drew criticism online.

The CCP is set to export its vaccines to other countries, but in its own country a survey reveals only a few people have confidence in their safety.

For the first time, malicious codes were discovered in equipment received by South Korea’s military. The equipment was made by a Chinese firm and could deliver military secrets to China.

And China is defaming Australia with a fake Photoshopped picture, posted by a top official on Twitter. But instead of apologizing, China is telling Australia it should apologize to the world.

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