China In Focus (July 10): Dam Makes Flood Power 25 Times Stronger

July 10, 2020 Updated: July 11, 2020

“Rain” and “waterfalls” were spotted inside China’s tallest building. Videos surfaced online showing water pouring down from leaking ceilings, soaking floors and offices.

A new whistleblower stepped forward at great personal risk. She says the Chinese regime knew about the virus long before telling the world.

It’s been over a week since China’s Three Gorges Dam started to release floodwater. An expert says the water’s speed is 25 times more powerful, and potentially damaging, than a natural flood.

Chinese authorities took action to slow down the country’s stock market. It comes after a weeklong boom that fueled worries of a new bubble.

And, Hong Kong’s pro-democracy camp will have its primary election this weekend. Though Beijing’s law has sent a chill through the city, one candidate says Hong Kongers are not giving up the fight.

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