China in Focus Full Headlines for September 29

Published on September 29, 2021 by

Beijing allows two American siblings to leave China and come home after three years. Their father is one of China’s most-wanted corrupt officials. Beijing accuses him of committing major bank fraud.

Power shortages cause issues across China, and American businesses are feeling the pain. Coal shortages may play a role, but some say the real cause is the Chinese Communist Party’s global ambition. A China affairs analyst breaks it down.

America is spending big bucks to kick Huawei out of U.S. networks. One government agency is now lending a hand to rural telecom carriers.

Heavy rains drench northern China. The continued downpours have already caused flooding and mudslides.

China’s real estate industry seems to be booming, but many buildings are being ripped down.

01:22 Beijing releases American siblings after 3 years
03:13 U.S. to replace Huawei equipment in networks
04:13 U.S.’s deal with #MengWanzhou
05:15 Airbus wants more business with China
07:25 What’s behind the blackouts in China?
10:55 Few workers seen: Evergrande’s half-built stadium
12:25 Heavy rain, mudslides hit several Chinese provinces
13:53 Why so many unfinished buildings in China?
15:19 Tech giants roll out more courier robots in China
17:01 Philly rally celebrates movement to quit CCP
19:44 UK sails through Taiwan strait, angering Beijing
20:56 Suspected North Korea ballistic missile test

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