China’s first ever Golden Globe winner is now facing backlash from her home country. It’s because of her criticism of China from back in 2013.
The Chinese Communist Party head takes military tension with Taiwan to a new level. And a top U.S. military officer warns of a potential invasion.
China’s new AI can recognize you, even if you’re wearing a mask. The software won a Shanghai-based company first place in a global tech competition.
A young man suffers 14 years in jail, for leaking details about CCP head Xi Jinping’s daughter. The young man faced torture and was forced to confess.
And China’s largest offshore oil producer delists from the New York Stock Exchange. It’s in compliance with a Trump-era order, banning U.S. investment in companies tied to China’s military.
01:16 China cancels film ‘Nomadland’ over director
03:15 U.S. Admiral: China could invade Taiwan in 6 years
05:16 China expands military airports nearby Taiwan
05:45 Chinese facial recognition tech sees through masks
06:38 Man behind Xi’s info leak tortured by police
09:30 China promoting new digital currency ‘e-yuan’
11:53 Report warns of China’s agriculture reliance
14:11 China’s largest oil company delisted from NYSE
14:45 Linkedin says it will obey Chinese law
16:02 Congress denounces CCP’s HK election reforms
17:26 Politician: HK system ‘dictatorship of majority’
18:13 China summons UK ambassador over article
19:21 NGO: CGTN under ‘more pressure’ in Europe