Floods and landslides continue to plague parts of China. To make the situation worse, authorities are discharging water from local reservoirs, with little to no warning ahead of time.
A newly built house is torn down in China. Police reportedly beat up the owner—who’s disabled—and his elderly parents.
Some overseas Chinese people are running scams on dating websites. As a consequence, Chinese authorities are destroying their homes to force them to return to China.
Controversial Chinese tech giant Huawei is hiring a former BBC news executive to help it brush up its international image.
In a blow to China’s nuclear ambitions, the United States blocks China’s largest nuclear company from sourcing crucial materials from the United States.
01:16 Floods cause damage in Northern China
03:31 Authorities forcibly demolish new house, beat owner
04:58 Xi Jinping cracks down on scammers
05:42 Document lists illegal activities by Chinese police
07:51 Huawei hires former BBC Exec. as editor-in-chief
08:58 U.S. blocks CGN from getting nuclear materials
10:53 U.S. navy head: China is a top threat
12:16 European firms consider moving staff from HK
13:33 Taiwan seeks support after Chinese incursions
15:44 New Zealand sails through South China Sea
16:37 Dems want new fees for federal land mining
19:31 French senators warn of Beijing’s influence
22:14 Chinese student charged w/ U.S. church arson