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China has blocked access to Clubhouse amid further tightening of what its citizens can see and talk about

The bitter row between China and its own citizens almost never ceases to accelerate. According to reports and a non-profit organisation, China has reportedly restricted access to the newly minted ("Clubhouse App") that ook the world by storm this year. In some of the chatrooms, Chinese locals were using the app to chat with their neighbors in nearby Taiwan. That feat alone is likely among the biggest reason why the Communist Party blocked the app . It is unclear how long the ban is and whether or not it may be indefinite.
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In case 2020 couldn’t get any worse, the bubonic plague is spreading in parts of Asia

Mongolia — China ‘s neighboring country has now reported at least its third death from “The Black Death” (aka the Bubonic Plague.). According to reports, a 38-year-old man died on Monday after eating contaminated animal meat that contained the virus. Fears are now mounting throughout the region that China could soon be grappling with yet a 2nd deadly virus if it manages to continue to spread out of Mongolia. The new death follows two additional deaths in China ‘s own Inner Mongolia region. At least 17 localities throughout Mongolia are now under emergency warnings that they are at high risks for the deadly disease. Parts of the region including small pockets of China are now under government imposed lockdowns as authorities scramble to stop the plague from spreading. ...
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Coronavirus: Virus originated in Chinese lab in deadly competition with the U.S

Turns out that the Coronavirus actually did originate in a Wuhan lab but for far deadlier reasons than originally thought. According to reports out Wednesday, the research lab in question is actually the home of the virus and it leaked because of sheer irresponsibility. But that isn't the worst part. Multiple reports now show that secret documents revealed that China had concocted the killer COVID-19 virus to compete with the U.S to figure out who could better research deadly pathogens. The first report originated (here), while others within the intelligence community have circulated their own. It is now being called one of the costliest government cover-ups of all time.
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The U.S has declared a public health emergency over the coronavirus

The United States has reportedly declared a public health emergency over the rise of the coronavirus. On Friday, it was confirmed by the U.S government that the emergency had been declared and a rule barring travellers from China. Subsequent to the announcement, the Trump Administration issued an executive order barring foreign nationals who have visited China in the past two weeks from gaining entry into America. Personnel in protective clothing unload luggage Wednesday from the plane carrying US citizens evacuated from Wuhan, China, at March Air Reserve Base in Riverside, California.   (AP Photo/Ringo H.W. Chiu) Americans returning from China or the areas hit hardest will be allowed to re-enter are certain ports of entry, however, will be subjected to at least 14 days in mandator...
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Don’t Get Left Behind: 5G Era Is Here

A consumer study sponsored by Intel in August found that 58 percent of Americans were not knowledgeable about 5G or had not heard of it. Allow us to inform you of some need to know the information because the potential here is unlimited.  The transition to new fifth-generation networks, known as 5G, will affect how you use smartphones and many other devices. For instance, the newly released iPhone 11 is not 5G enabled. Womp Womp Womp. On the other hand, Samsung Galaxy S10+ is 5G compatible. This is not a pitch on one vs the other. Being factual actual. Don Clark of the New York Times writes "The transition to new fifth-generation cellular networks, known as 5G for short, will also affect many other kinds of devices, including industrial robots, security cameras, drones and c...
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China just killed any hope of same-sex marriage laws in the region

On Wednesday, China's spokesperson for parliament reportedly made numerous false claims about same-sex marriage in other parts of the developed world. According to Reuters, China's parliament (which falsely claims rule over Taiwan) ruled out allowing same-sex marriage in any of China's territories. The Chinese Skyline/Stock Image/Royalty Free Use Zang Tiewei, the spokesperson, made the following comments when questioned as to why China remains one of many countries in that part of the world that don't allow same-sex marriage. "This rule suits our country's national condition and historical and cultural traditions," he said. "As far as I know, the vast majority of countries in the world do not recognize the legalization of same-sex marriage." In unusual presentations, Ch...
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Thousands of Chinese social media accounts kicked offline for gross misuse of influence

Tens of thousands of social media accounts believed to have been ran by the Chinese government have been kicked offline. According to reports, both Twitter and Facebook have reportedly discovered that the Chinese government is wagering  war against its own people and those protesting in Hong Kong, by illegally using social media to spread bizarre pieces of misinformation. First up, on Monday night Facebook confirmed that they had reportedly discovered thousands of accounts linked to President Xi Jinping -- whom in recent times has begun nan even equally bizarre campaign to silence his critics.  The social media giant released the following image from their newsroom to exhibit the example of gross misuse at the hands of the Chinese. These reports were reportedly what triggered Facebook ...
Victory: China to free top human rights lawyer
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Victory: China to free top human rights lawyer

BEIJING -- Pu Zhiqiang, is a free man. China's most prominent human rights lawyer is reportedly set to go free according to the country's ruling Communist Party.  China's governing body announced Tuesday afternoon that he would be released -- after much protest and brouhaha over his arrest to begin with. Pu Zhiqiang, was originally arrested in 2014 after criticizing the country's Communist Party online.  Such actions are actually illegal in the country, and carry sentences of three years and above in prison.  Per the Communist Party,  his sentence of three years has reportedly formally been suspended -- however because he remains with a guilty verdict he can no longer practice law.  
China accuses United States of “military provocation”
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China accuses United States of “military provocation”

HONG KONG -- If there's one thing the Chinese are good at, perhaps, that would be stirring up propaganda. According to newly released reports from China's state run news agency, Chinese officials are hurling military-charged accusations at the United States following a massive arms sale that didn't go to China. The heat came harder when the Americans reportedly "flew a B-52 Bomber" over a disputed Island in the South China Sea, an Island, that China claims (and all of its reefs and such) belongs to them. "The actions by the US side constitute a serious military provocation and are rendering more complex and even militarizing conditions in the South China Sea," the statement said. This news comes at a particularly interesting time, some of which, is dutifully marked by turmoil betw...
Trump: China not a currency manipulator after all
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Trump: China not a currency manipulator after all

Despite the claims being part of one of his biggest campaign promises,  Trump, has now reportedly reversed his stance on China and its booming economy. According to Vox,  Trump, has now appeared in new interviews entirely reversing his stance on the controversial issue.  On day one of a Trump administration, the US Treasury Department will designate China a currency manipulator," he wrote in a Wall Street Journal op-ed in 2015.  Vox notes that many believe the reversal on opinions comes amid a renewed alliance between Trump and China to eventually take on the "increasingly troublesome situation involving Northern Korea". 
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