India and the Chinese regime face off in the Indo-Pacific. But what exactly is Beijing’s strategy for outwitting the nation — a close friend to the U.S.? We look into the wrestling match between the two giants, over border land in the Himalayas.
Working 12 hours a day, 6 days a week: a common practice among many Chinese technology firms. Now, China’s Supreme Court is taking aim at overtime work policies.
A woman, reportedly caught selling her new-born to a medical company. The case suggests a child-trafficking network — and may be just the tip of the iceberg.
And the U.S. State Department condemns Beijing for arresting nearly a dozen Epoch Times supporters in China. They had provided the U.S.-based newspaper with first-hand footage of the pandemic as it spread through China.
00:48 Why Beijing’s moves on India are critical for the U.S.
12:45 China’s top court bans overtime work culture
14:26 The battle against ‘996’
15:14 Report: woman sold baby to medical company
16:34 11 ‘Epoch Times’ supporters arrested in China
19:49 Taiwan, Japan hold 1st security talks