China in Focus Full Headlines for November 5

Published on November 5, 2021 by

Reports emerge of worsening panic buying in China. Some have even been spotted fighting over goods in stores amid concerns over possible repeat pandemic lockdowns.

Donated organs come with official price tags in China. Six provincial departments co-released a price guide for transplants. But critics say it may encourage killing for profit.

Fourteen candidates are forced to withdraw from an upcoming election in Beijing. Police threatened them over not being appointed by the communist government.

China’s nuclear threat level has increased 150 percent over the past year, according to the newest Pentagon report on China.

U.S. Customs has detained products from the world’s largest solar cell manufacturer. The Chinese company is accused of involvement in Xinjiang’s human rights violations.

00:00 Intro
00:56 Customers fight while panic-buying in China
02:33 China: prices officially listed for organ donations
06:31 China: police threaten electoral candidates
07:41 Human rights lawyer’s license cancelled
10:17 Pentagon: China nuclear threat level doubles
11:37 China may not attack Taiwan soon: U.S. general
12:50 U.S. detained China’s top solar firm products
14:11 ‘You are not alone’: EU lawmakers tell Taiwan
16:16 South Korea eyes end of war with the North

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