China in Focus Full Headlines for November 20

Published on November 20, 2021 by

In the thick of preparing for the Winter Olympics, Beijing is suffering from a scandal exposed by a top Chinese athlete. The United Nations is concerned about her whereabouts—and an international tennis association is considering cutting business ties with China.

NBA player Enes Kanter is speaking out, pointing the spotlight on the widespread killing of Chinese prisoners of conscience for their organs.

U.S. President Joe Biden is considering a diplomatic boycott of the Beijing Olympics, meaning U.S. government officials wouldn’t attend, though American athletes would still compete.

Beijing rolls out new technology for use in its Xinjiang region. It’s a kind of emotion sensor, reportedly used to detect potential terrorists.

A top university in Europe is found to be leaking technology to China’s military, all because of one staff member there.

00:00 Intro
00:56 UN seeks info on missing Chinese tennis star
03:51 NBA’s Kanter slams CCP over forced organ harvesting
04:45 China: prices officially listed for organ donations
05:35 Virginia local governments warn against “transplant tourism” in China
08:01 Biden ‘considering’ gov’t boycott of Olympics
10:25 Communist China’s techno-tyranny in Xinjiang
14:20 Communist China’s control tactics reach a new high
16:11 Top school finds staff working w/ Chinese military
18:45 Alibaba shares dip 11% after news of weaker growth
20:22 Millions of children ‘left behind’ in China
21:35 Beijing steps up virus control measures
23:28 Effects of China’s virus prevention measures

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