How an American Singer Fled Shanghai’s Lockdown
More protests over bank freezes broke out in China over the weekend. Customers say they can’t access their money—while those who gathered to demonstrate were met with violence. Eyewitnesses blame it on plainclothes police.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken met with his Chinese counterpart. The talks were described as a path toward easing tensions between Washington and Beijing.
Blinken and Taiwan’s vice president visit Tokyo to pay their respects to former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. China’s Xi Jinping also extended condolences.
An American singer tells us how she escaped Shanghai’s lockdown after witnessing suicide, protests, and being forced out of her home.
Topics in this episode:
- Bank Customers Brutally Beaten in China’s Henan
- Blinken, China’s Wang Yi Hold Talks
- U.S. Expects Biden, Xi to Speak in Weeks Ahead
- World Leaders Express Condolences Over Abe’s Death
- How an American Singer Fled Shanghai’s Lockdown
- Officer Charged for Harassing Dissidents
- Nearly 20 Chinese Cities Hit by Virus Outbreak
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