Shares in #Xiaomi collapsed on Friday after the US blacklisted the #smartphone giant and a host of other Chinese firms as the #Trump administration aims to cement its trade war legacy against Beijing#USChinaTradeWar
The US government imposes targeted sanctions on six Hong Kong and Chinese officials for implementing Beijing's new "national security" law in Hong Kong, most recently in the mass arrests of pro-democracy activists.
Chinese mainland reported 130 newly confirmed #COVID19 cases, of which 115 were locally transmitted and the rest arrived from outside the mainland. Of the locally transmitted cases, 90 were reported in Hebei, 23 in Heilongjiang, and two in Beijing
On Friday, the Chinese mainland reported: - 130 new #COVID19 cases: 115 domestically transmitted cases (90 in Hebei, 23 in Heilongjiang, 2 in Beijing) - 1113 active cases in total, including 38 in critical condition - 79 new asymptomatic cases: 24 from overseas
"Beijing Continues To...":Pompeo Slams As WHO Probes Coronavirus Origin
Military and technology cooperation between Beijing and Moscow is growing. "To see two of your biggest adversaries all of a sudden linking arms... that's very concerning," says a member of the President’s Intelligence Advisory Board.
The sweeping arrests of pro-democracy demonstrators are an assault on those bravely advocating for universal rights. The Biden-Harris administration will stand with the people of Hong Kong and against Beijing’s crackdown on democracy.
“Today, the United States Senate sent a clear message to Hong Kongers fighting for their long-cherished freedoms: we hear you, we continue to stand with you, and we will not stand idly by as Beijing undermines your autonomy." — Sen. Marco Rubio PASSED ✅