China in Focus Full Headlines for October 20

Published on October 20, 2021 by

Chinese hackers hacked the new iPhone 13 Pro in just one second, allowing them access to the phone’s system. And they won prize money for it—$300,000.

China’s food supply may be at risk. But authorities are responding to the crisis with ease—and changing course within a month.

Beijing condemned the United States and Canada after both countries each sent a warship through the Taiwan Strait.

An American toymaker is working desperately to get its products in for the holiday season. Boxes of toys are currently stuck in Chinese warehouses.

A Canadian publisher is accusing Twitter of censorship. Twitter recently suspended his accounts promoting books critical of Beijing.

01:19 Chinese hackers hack iPhone 13 pro in 1s
03:03 Apple removes religious app in China
04:18 Beijing plays down impacts on grain output
05:57 U.S., Canada send warships through Taiwan strait
06:57 Chinese, Russian navy sail through Japan strait
08:16 Japan plans to build up defense capabilities
10:06 China angry at Japanese city over WHO meeting
12:00 Toys stuck in supply chain chaos
14:41 Canadian publisher alleges twitter censorship
17:35 Beijing gets Olympic flame amid protests
19:13 Evergrande fails to pay debt again
21:57 North Korea tests two more missiles

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