The United States says it’s prepared to confront China’s threat, after reports that Beijing has built mock-ups of U.S. warships in a remote desert.
Top U.S. officials voice concerns about the life of a citizen journalist in China. She was sentenced to prison for reporting on what really happened during the height of the pandemic in Wuhan.
Beijing has been collecting Americans’ DNA data, but what makes those details especially attractive for the Chinese regime? We dive into what drives the effort.
Poor air quality remains a major issue in China—but the nation’s pollution is now causing trouble elsewhere. A Chinese-owned steel mill is coating one Serbian town in dust, sending cancer rates soaring.
Germany takes action to ensure stability in the Indo-Pacific. For the first time in 20 years, the country has sent a warship to Japan.
A film director uses his latest movie to expose the Chinese Communist Party’s human rights abuses. What’s more, it’s already won an award at an Oscar-contending film festival.
00:56 U.S. focusing on readiness to China threat
02:11 U.S. concerned about Chinese journalist
03:50 Lawyer says CCP manipulated his health code
05:12 How Beijing collects American’s DNA data
10:13 China: 30k shoppers held for emergency testing
10:59 Heavy smog hit over 90 Chinese cities
12:10 Chinese-owned steel mill coats Serbian town in dust
14:37 German warship shows indo-pacific peace woes
16:58 Beijing’s interest in digital pact causing concern
19:00 China pressures politicians over Taiwan event
20:09 Award-winning film exposes rights abuses in China
22:49 UK to recognize 2 Chinese vaccines