China Using Machine Guns to Enforce Airport Lockdown

Tiffany Meier
By Tiffany Meier
October 7, 2022China in Focusshare

Thirty-one more Chinese companies were added to Washington’s “unverified” list—which makes it harder for them to import advanced U.S. technology.

Tech giant IBM is investing $20 billion in New York, boosting U.S. microchip manufacturing and reducing U.S. dependence on Asia.

Data on U.S. election workers was stored in China. Now, the CEO of a California company is under arrest.

The United Nations stays silent on Beijing’s repression of Uyghurs in the Xinjiang region. A vote hints at China rallying developing nations to counter the West.

Another COVID-19 lockdown takes place—this time, with police holding machine guns in an airport to keep people from boarding.

Topics in this episode:

  1. New Measures Restrict Chip Exports to China
  2. Huawei to Relaunch 5G Phone Amid U.S. Sanctions
  3. Biden Visits NN IBM Plant, Touts Chips Act
  4. Apple Suppliers Add U.S. Production Sites
  5. Apple Shifts Airpods Production from China: Nikkei
  6. U.S. Election Tech Company CEO Arrested for Storing Election Workers’ Data in China
  7. U.N. Rejects Debate on China’s Rights Abuses
  8. China’s Xinjiang Hit with Another Lockdown
  9. China Using Machine Guns to Enforce Airport Lockdown
  10. N. Korea Fires More Missiles, Condemns U.S.
  11. Taiwan Stockpiling Supplies in Case of Invasion
  12. Chinese Millennials Turning to Frugal Lifestyles
  13. China Lags Behind the U.S. in Tech War?

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