China In Focus

Police attack 12-yr-old girl; Mongolian woman, 33, dies in tragic protest; Billionaire flees China?

Hong Kong police are caught on camera cornering a preteen, then pushing her to the ground. Police accused the girl of illegal gathering.

The US considers blacklisting China’s biggest chipmaker. It could impact China’s ability to build its own domestic industry.

As Czechia’s president works on quelling Chinese aggression following a top official’s trip to Taiwan, a Chinese businessman who served as the Czech president’s economic advisor has since disappeared.

A suicide note goes viral online. It belonged to a woman from Inner Mongolia, protesting against Beijing’s attempt to replace the Mongolian language with Chinese in schools. She’s not the only one who’s died so far.

And top US officials voice differing stances on whether China is the biggest threat to the upcoming presidential election.

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