An official response from Taiwan over Beijing’s aggressiveness says Taiwan stands on the front lines of what it described as an assault and it won’t back down, as China conducted military exercises in the Taiwan Strait.
Beijing claims Taiwan is “not eligible” to join the United Nations because it claims the island as a part of mainland China.
Widespread power shortages are still wreaking havoc across China. Almost two-thirds of the country is now struggling with electricity rationing.
And the problem is hitting the global supply chain, too. Hundreds of workers are protesting from one company in South China—and they work for a main supplier to Apple computers.
The world is still wondering, where exactly did the pandemic come from? A vital clue could be sitting inside tens of thousands of blood samples in Wuhan.
01:28 Taiwan says it won’t back down from China threat
03:25 Taiwan ‘not eligible’ to join U.N.: China
05:25 Is Taiwan part of China?
06:57 China’s Liaoning: worsening power crunch
07:38 China boosts coal output, raises power prices
09:12 Tech workers protest conditions amid power outages
12:16 Covid: China to test Wuhan blood samples
16:16 Typhoon prompts HK, Hainan to close schools
16:46 IOC rules out pressuring China over human rights
18:09 Britain aircraft carrier makes Singapore stop