What’s all the buzz about Beijing’s hypersonic weapons, and why could they pose a nuclear threat to the United States? We break it down in this episode.
A 12-year-old girl died after getting a shot of a Chinese-made vaccine. Her mother asked authorities for an investigation into the case, only to be beaten and detained.
Chinese journalists must undergo so-called “continuous education” by the state—at least 90 hours every year—to learn how to develop news with a Marxist angle.
China has a real-life version of the U.S. crime drama “Prison Break.” Footage of an agile North Korean’s jailbreak in China is going viral.
Taiwanese businesses are leaving China, and experts say a bigger wave of retreat is on the way.
01:22 New wave of pandemic in 10 Chinese provinces
02:20 Beijing lights Olympic flame amid protests
03:39 CCP’s new rule: make news with Marxist angle
04:55 China pressures McDonald’s to use digital Yuan
05:41 North Korean prison-break video goes viral
06:34 China: vaccine victim’s mother speaks out
09:31 Chinese vaccine not recognized in Italy
10:22 Hypersonic weapons, explained
12:36 FCC member calls to review Chinese drone maker
14:09 New U.S. bill counters China in S. China sea
15:23 Time for Taiwanese companies to leave China?
18:37 China’s power shortage threatens car industry
19:55 China keeping foreign auto companies alive