Another tale of forced demolition strikes a family in China. The victims say authorities railroaded them—and now they’ve lost everything.
An over $400,000 fine, over a rule-breaking gain of $300—the Chinese Communist Party ramps up its clampdown on the country’s fintech industry.
Parts of northern China are seeing renewed lockdown orders amid a surge of new virus cases. Businesses are closed; flights are canceled; and residents aren’t allowed to leave the city.
Lawmakers from three European countries meet with Taiwan’s president. But the talks come alongside growing ire with Beijing.
In another blow for the global supply chain, the majority of cargo ships in China have vanished from a global system used to track shipping data.
00:51 Family lost everything: China’s forced demolition
04:09 Beijing fines Tencent fintech subsidiary $400k
05:31 #RealEstateCrisis triggering mixed reactions
07:23 Virus cases rise, lockdowns in northern China
09:26 China: no Olympics invite for certain politicians
10:46 Wind challenges snow makers at games site
12:49 Baltic states officials meet Taiwan president
16:02 Taiwan warns away 27 Chinese aircraft
17:22 HK: trial of 47 activists resumes, adjourned again
18:49 Raimondo presses Congress for chips funding
20:27 Ships in Chinese waters halt tracking signals