China in Focus (June 6): US Charges Chinese Company for Faulty Masks

June 6, 2020 Updated: June 8, 2020

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo decried Beijing’s “obscene propaganda” that has been exploiting the unrest across the United States, while calling out the communist regime’s expansive suppression of free speech and other human rights at home.

Federal authorities are charging a Chinese company for selling faulty masks claiming to be N95 respirators. Prosecutors say these masks cost U.S .buyers more than $1 million and could put frontline workers in danger.

Three Chinese nationals were murdered in Zambia, Africa, as tensions ran high between Chinese immigrants and local Africans.

A new survey from a Chinese university reveals 220 million citizens in China earn less than $70 USD a month—far below the poverty line. This is despite China having the world’s second highest GDP.

And a new global alliance is forming as lawmakers unite to tackle the challenges posed by the Chinese communist regime. They say international order is everyone’s responsibility.

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