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Journalist exposes one source of fentanyl crisis; Enes Kanter freedom calls out Yao Ming | China in Focus

China in Focus
China in Focus
There are just two weeks until the Beijing Winter Olympics begin. More star athletes are giving a voice to ongoing concerns about China's human rights. Some defend the nation while others accuse it. The International Olympic Committee is under fire. A U.S. politician wants to introduce legislation to sanction the head of the organization. A Chinese group chat from one neighborhood is warning residents not to break lockdown orders. It lists a number of intimidating consequences for violators and advises people to stay at home. A 10-year investigation exposes a process fueling the U.S. opioid crisis. It involves a laundry list of actors—including casinos, Beijing officials, money laundering, and criminal gangs. Another European nation is backing Taiwan. Its leaders say the island is the "legitimate successor" of mainland China. Subscribe to our YouTube channel for more first-hand news from China. For more news and videos, please visit our website and Twitter.
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