Chinese authorities start to interrogate COVID protesters

Chinese authorities start to interrogate COVID protesters

Spotlight on China 2022-12-01 14:21:51

Days after the massive protests in Beijing and Shanghai, a large number of police officers were present in the areas where the demonstrations took place. Chinese authorities have started to seek out some of the people in China who joined weekend protests against COVID restrictions.

Hong Kong: Exchange Fund losses soar to record $34 billion

Hong Kong: Exchange Fund losses soar to record $34 billion

Spotlight on China 2022-12-01 14:11:43

The Exchange Fund lost a record $34 billion from investments in the first nine months. The cause is a triple whammy of falling valuations for equities, bonds, and currency holdings.

Massive chaos during protests in Shanghai, Chinese police beat and arrest foreign journalist

Massive chaos during protests in Shanghai, Chinese police beat and arrest foreign journalist

Spotlight on China 2022-12-01 13:58:41

Under 'zero COVID' policy, four million Urumqi residents have been placed under lockdown and banned from leaving their homes for four months.

The CCP has the final say on allowing Jimmy Lai a British lawyer

The CCP has the final say on allowing Jimmy Lai a British lawyer

China Revealed 2022-12-01 13:40:24

‎ According to the CCP's national security law, Lai committed the crime of foreign collusion and sedition by criticizing the CCP and supporting the pro-democracy movement.

These alleged charges would carry a maximum sentence of life imprisonment.

According to VOA, Lai decided to hire Tim Owen, the former British lawyer of the late Queen Elizabeth II, to defend him in the trial.

Chinese regime floods Twitter with pornography to curb news about protests

Chinese regime floods Twitter with pornography to curb news about protests

China Revealed 2022-12-01 13:15:30

‎Social network Twitter saw the search for information about the protests in China hampered by a large amount of spam offering pornography and sexual escorts.

Chinese people publicly apologize and thank Hong Kong

Chinese people publicly apologize and thank Hong Kong

China Revealed 2022-12-01 13:01:47

The “white paper revolution” has started in China. For the fourth day, many Chinese people have been suppressed by the police. Horrifying images have been spread on the internet.

The world has also stood up to defend freedom and human rights. Some Chinese netizens said that they regretted not supporting Hong Kong’s anti-extradition protests three years ago, and they apologized to Hong Kong and thank the people.

At the end of a video, there is also a screenshot of a message from a Chinese netizen, word by word expressing his indifference and remorse for the anti-extradition protests that happened in Hong Kong. In the video, a Chinese netizen replied that it is now completely understandable how Hong Kong people felt: “When the anti-extradition movement was going on, the vast majority of people in China supported the police and scolded Hong Kong people. Now we must bear the retribution.”

Some people who could not hide their sadness said, “Hong Kong… I’m sorry… At that time they blindfolded me, covered my ears and dressed me up as a clown. Hong Kong, thank you!”

“I thought they were wrong 3 years ago, I didn’t realize it at the time, I really want to apologize to them, fighting for our rights is the bravest thing.”

‘If the CCP violently suppresses protesters, major world-changing events will happen’

‘If the CCP violently suppresses protesters, major world-changing events will happen’

Spotlight on China 2022-12-01 12:52:43

The fire in the city of Urumqi, Xinjiang ignited protests across China. In just 3 days, at least 75 colleges and universities across the country responded to the "white paper revolution." According to preliminary statistics, 18 provinces and cities have participated. Various protests continued until the evening of November 27, so far it has been attended by workers, grassroots Party members, students and ordinary citizens.

Is the UK planning to terminate relations with China?

Is the UK planning to terminate relations with China?

China Revealed 2022-12-01 12:12:39

‎ In his first major foreign policy speech, the British prime minister warned of the Chinese regime's growing authoritarianism and hinted that the "golden era" with China, that is, good relations, has ended.

Jiangsu: Where did all the armored vehicles go?

Jiangsu: Where did all the armored vehicles go?

China Revealed 2022-12-01 12:02:51

People in China are dissatisfied with excessive pandemic measures, and protests have broken out in many cities since November 26. Hong Kong media reported that a large number of white anti-riot vehicles appeared on the streets of Shanghai on November 27.It was also reported that many armored vehicles appeared in Xuzhou city, Jiangsu province on November 28, sparking many public discussions.

Some people believe that the vehicles in Xuzhou were sent to Nanjing or Shanghai, but others think it was just ordinary training.

On the morning of November 29, some netizens posted articles saying that there were many military vehicles moving on the streets of Xuzhou, and they didn’t know which direction those vehicles were going.

China suddenly wakes up

China suddenly wakes up

China Revealed 2022-12-01 11:48:55

China suddenly wakes up

Goldman Sachs: China might exit zero-tolerance sooner than expected

Goldman Sachs: China might exit zero-tolerance sooner than expected

Spotlight on China 2022-12-01 11:32:57

Goldman Sachs Group believes China may end its stringent “zero-COVID” measures sooner than widely predicted. There might be some probability of a “disorderly” exit amid unrest against stricter virus curbs across the nation.

Chinese regime tightens security after protests; State-controlled media quiet on widespread protests

Chinese regime tightens security after protests; State-controlled media quiet on widespread protests

Spotlight on China 2022-12-01 11:18:27

0:00 Highlight
0:29 China's regime tightens security after protests against CCP's zero-COVID policy
6:42 ‘Liking a post’ might be a crime in China’s latest censorship wave
8:07 Iphone Pro production slows by 6 million units because of Zhengzhou chaos.

FCCC: At least 2 journalists detained in Shanghai protest

FCCC: At least 2 journalists detained in Shanghai protest

Spotlight on China 2022-12-01 10:40:33

The Association of Foreign Correspondents in China (FCCC) wrote on November 28 that some foreign journalists had been harassed by police while covering recent protests in Shanghai and Beijing.

Pentagon warning; China’s nuclear warheads to more than triple by 2035

Pentagon warning; China’s nuclear warheads to more than triple by 2035

Spotlight on China 2022-12-01 10:20:52

The Pentagon released a report on Tuesday, November 29, stating that if China keeps building nuclear weapons at the current pace, it could have 1,500 nuclear warheads by 2035.

‘Are you human?’ Guangzhou woman allegedly handcuffed to stairs of pedestrian bridge by police

‘Are you human?’ Guangzhou woman allegedly handcuffed to stairs of pedestrian bridge by police

Spotlight on China 2022-12-01 09:21:31

A few days ago, a woman in Guangzhou intended to leave the 'silent management' area of Haizhu district. On her way to escape, she was caught by the police. As a result, she was handcuffed to the stairs of a pedestrian bridge.

Chinese children recruited to join the anti-pandemic staff; Giant bird has nearly 2m wingspan

Chinese children recruited to join the anti-pandemic staff; Giant bird has nearly 2m wingspan

Spotlight on China 2022-12-01 09:07:21

0:00 Chinese children have been recruited as anti-COVID pandemic staff
0:55 Huge black bird with 2 meter wingspan scares everyone
1:26 Beautiful pictures of Tibetan hot springs

Will China change? A brief analysis on Xi Jinping's response to mass protests

Will China change? A brief analysis on Xi Jinping's response to mass protests

China Revealed 2022-12-01 08:27:05

It has been three years that the Chinese people have been under the strict policies of the Chinese Communist Party to counter the pandemic that originated in Wuhan.

Mass lockdowns, barricaded residential buildings, daily PCR tests, along with the color-coded health system, are part of a heavy-handed routine for the millions of Chinese citizens who leave their homes to go to work every day.

Since December 2021, protests have increased in frequency and social media trends have quickly gone viral. In fact so quickly that Chinese internet censors have been unable to stop those trends for several hours.

The white paper symbolizes everything Chinese people want to say, but can't

The white paper symbolizes everything Chinese people want to say, but can't

China Revealed 2022-12-01 08:03:42

‎A white sheet of paper is news. Although there are no words to interpret, in China it speaks volumes.

Desperate Spanish businesswoman escapes China amid chaos

Desperate Spanish businesswoman escapes China amid chaos

China Revealed 2022-12-01 08:02:21

Desperate Spanish businesswoman escapes China amid chaos

China's factory and services shrink to seven-month low as COVID cases surge

China's factory and services shrink to seven-month low as COVID cases surge

Spotlight on China 2022-12-01 07:50:08

China's factory and services activities contracted further in November to seven-month lows as record numbers of COVID cases surged under the country's controversial zero-COVID policy, hurting the economy's weak outlook.

  • Chinese authorities start to interrogate COVID protesters

    Chinese authorities start to interrogate COVID protesters

  • Hong Kong: Exchange Fund losses soar to record $34 billion

    Hong Kong: Exchange Fund losses soar to record $34 billion

  • Massive chaos during protests in Shanghai, Chinese police beat and arrest foreign journalist

    Massive chaos during protests in Shanghai, Chinese police beat and arrest foreign journalist

  • The CCP has the final say on allowing Jimmy Lai a British lawyer

    The CCP has the final say on allowing Jimmy Lai a British lawyer

  • Chinese regime floods Twitter with pornography to curb news about protests

    Chinese regime floods Twitter with pornography to curb news about protests

  • Chinese people publicly apologize and thank Hong Kong

    Chinese people publicly apologize and thank Hong Kong

  • ‘If the CCP violently suppresses protesters, major world-changing events will happen’

    ‘If the CCP violently suppresses protesters, major world-changing events will happen’

  • Is the UK planning to terminate relations with China?

    Is the UK planning to terminate relations with China?

  • Jiangsu: Where did all the armored vehicles go?

    Jiangsu: Where did all the armored vehicles go?

  • China suddenly wakes up

    China suddenly wakes up

  • Goldman Sachs: China might exit zero-tolerance sooner than expected

    Goldman Sachs: China might exit zero-tolerance sooner than expected

  • Chinese regime tightens security after protests; State-controlled media quiet on widespread protests

    Chinese regime tightens security after protests; State-controlled media quiet on widespread protests

  • FCCC: At least 2 journalists detained in Shanghai protest

    FCCC: At least 2 journalists detained in Shanghai protest

  • Pentagon warning; China’s nuclear warheads to more than triple by 2035

    Pentagon warning; China’s nuclear warheads to more than triple by 2035

  • ‘Are you human?’ Guangzhou woman allegedly handcuffed to stairs of pedestrian bridge by police

    ‘Are you human?’ Guangzhou woman allegedly handcuffed to stairs of pedestrian bridge by police

  • Chinese children recruited to join the anti-pandemic staff; Giant bird has nearly 2m wingspan

    Chinese children recruited to join the anti-pandemic staff; Giant bird has nearly 2m wingspan

  • Will China change? A brief analysis on Xi Jinping's response to mass protests

    Will China change? A brief analysis on Xi Jinping's response to mass protests

  • The white paper symbolizes everything Chinese people want to say, but can't

    The white paper symbolizes everything Chinese people want to say, but can't

  • Desperate Spanish businesswoman escapes China amid chaos

    Desperate Spanish businesswoman escapes China amid chaos

  • China's factory and services shrink to seven-month low as COVID cases surge

    China's factory and services shrink to seven-month low as COVID cases surge

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