China In Focus

China's state counselor makes unusual statement; Chinese company collects data from millions

Washington’s ban on Chinese tech giant Huawei is taking effect this Tuesday. The tech giant may have to withdraw from high end smartphones and the 5G equipment market.

A Chinese tech company with close ties to the communist regime is collecting the data of nearly 2.4 million people around the world.

Australia is probing into whether China is meddling in Australian votes. And another Australian politician is being asked about his choice to sign on to China’s 'Belt and Road Initiative'.

China’s State Counselor said that China will be a high-income country in five years from now. But five years ago, he already said exactly the same thing.

And when human rights lawyers in China are sent to prison by authoritarian regimes, their families continue their fight.

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