China in Focus Full Headlines for November 24

Published on November 24, 2021 by

Chinese real estate company Evergrande’s crisis isn’t over. Hundreds of home buyers are protesting, as construction on their future homes has been suspended for months.

Reports of China’s so-called tofu buildings strike again. Four are dead after a residential workers’ dorm collapsed in the middle of the night.

China’s birth rate plummets to its lowest point in four decades, despite authorities’ efforts to encourage a baby boom.

A young man from Wuhan announces his decision to quit the Chinese Communist Party. He’s one of around 400 million Chinese people that have abandoned their ties to the CCP.

China is exerting pressure on a small European country related to tensions over Taiwan. But the United States is defending the country and is offering a trade deal worth hundreds of millions of dollars.

00:00 Intro
01:03 #Evergrande homeowners fight halted construction
03:30 Workers housing collapses in China, kills 4
04:43 China’s structurally unsound ‘tofu buildings’
05:14 China’s birth rate lowest in 43 yrs: data
07:11 Wuhan citizen anonymously quits CCP via website
09:54 Concerns grow over tennis player Peng Shuai
12:47 China downgrades diplomatic ties w/ Lithuania
14:51 Tai on U.S. barring S.Korea tech in China
16:54 Filipino boats reach marines at China-guarded shoal
18:14 Examining the 3rd ever CCP ‘historical resolution’

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