Internet Users Remark on Odd Hailstones in Beijing

Oil prices in the United States are skyrocketing. Half a million barrels of American oil flow into China daily, but some on Capitol Hill are looking to change that.

Over 90 percent of the American companies operating in Shanghai are expecting less revenue than before. A recent poll highlights the impact of pandemic control.

Teachers are protesting in one of China’s most culturally-rich provinces. Why? Reports say authorities are cutting their paychecks back down to what they were a decade ago.

Hailstones fall in Beijing. But the ice clumps’ curious shape caught the attention of Chinese internet users.

A bill aims to overhaul Washington’s policy toward Taiwan—covering sanctions, military aid, and diplomatic relations. We break down the highlights.

  1. Bill Introduced to Ban Oil Exports to China
  2. Tech Execs Urge Congress on China Bill
  3. Poll: U.S. Companies in Shanghai Lower Expectations
  4. Teachers Protest Over Significant Salary Reduction
  5. Internet Users Remark on Odd Hailstones in Beijing
  6. U.S. Lawmakers Push Bill to Revamp Taiwan Policy
  7. Politician: Taiwan’s Missiles Can Strike Beijing, Three Gorges Dam
  8. Fmr Real Estate Director Tells Story on Quitting CCP
  9. CCP Spying via Coffee Makers: Researcher
  10. Pay Cuts for Civil Servants Begin to Sweep China
  11. Military Commanders Meet in Japan
  12. Hong Kong Floating Restaurant Towed Away

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