China in Focus (Sept. 18): Dissident Poet, Wife Arrested, Leaving 4 Children Behind

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By NTD Newsroom
September 18, 2020China in Focus

The Trump administration is set to ban TikTok and WeChat over the weekend. And if other Chinese-based apps raise the same national security concerns, they will face the same fate.

U.S. sanctions not only hit Huawei’s mobile phone production hard, but are likely affecting Chinese passenger plane manufacturers, due to a lack of key components.

A Chinese pro-democracy poet and his wife were arrested and their four young children are now under house arrest with their grandma. Nobody is allowed to visit them.

The father of a Chinese American was denied entry to the United States, possibly due to his membership of the Chinese Communist Party.

And concerns that China could start using hybrid warfare are rising. We sat down with the host of “Crossroads” Joshua Philipp to learn more about those risks.

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