COVID-style prevention measures are reappearing in China—from face masks to virus testing, and workers in heavy protective gear. One Chinese city is appealing to citizens to stockpile food. How is the United States responding?
The Taiwanese president is urging voters to fight for “dignified peace” ahead of the island’s elections.
Could a coat made in China show evidence of slave labor? A curious ID card found in a British Black Friday buy is raising questions.
A Chinese campaign is mobilizing citizens to register as organ donors. But some report the optional program isn’t so voluntary after all.
Topics in this episode:
- COVID-19 Prevention Measures Reappear in China
- Hong Kong Activist Jumps Bail, Moves to Canada
- ‘Look at Hong Kong and Think of Taiwan’: Tsai
- U.S. Envoy to Taiwan Talks Election Interference
- U.S. Navy Responds to China’s Accusation
- Chinese Prison ID Found Sewn into Coat in UK
- German, Brazilian Leaders Hold 1st Talks in 8 Years
- Mutual Fund Group Won’t Invest in China: Founder