China in Focus (March 19): Top US, Chinese Diplomats Clash in First In-person Meeting
Top U.S. and Chinese officials clashed in their first in-person meeting. The Chinese side responded to American comments on human rights violations with a 15-minute monologue.
Chinese propaganda outlets reported on the fiery exchanges, but are telling a different story than the rest of the world.
The Chinese regime is blaming the U.S. government for alleged anti-Asian crimes, but a China analyst says it’s actually the Chinese Communist Party’s fault.
The Biden administration subpoenaed a number of Chinese companies. The move aims to probe for information about possible national security risks.
And students from one Chinese university leave their campus en mass. That’s after enduring harsh lockdown measures since last semester.
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