China’s Weibo bans Trip.com co-founder who questioned zero-COVID strategy

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BEIJING (Reuters) – A leading entrepreneur in China who had questioned the wisdom of the country’s zero-COVID strategy was banned from posting on Weibo, with the social media platform accusing Trip.com co-founder James Liang of violating laws. Continue reading “China’s Weibo bans Trip.com co-founder who questioned zero-COVID strategy”

The Chinese Communist Party are Criminals – The prolonged lockdown in Shanghai has taken a heavy toll on the operation of foreign companies…

A Chinese worker fixes compressors on an air conditioner production line at the Japanese Hitachi Household Electrical Appliances Company in Shanghai, March 13, 2003. (Liu Jin/AFP via Getty Images)
A Chinese worker fixes compressors on an air conditioner production line at the Japanese Hitachi Household Electrical Appliances Company in Shanghai, March 13, 2003. (Liu Jin/AFP via Getty Images)
Japanese Enterprises Suffer from Shanghai Lockdown, Most Plants Suspend Production
The prolonged lockdown in Shanghai has taken a heavy toll on the operation of foreign companies. Most Japanese factories in Shanghai came to a standstill and the problem spilled over to domestic Japanese manufacturers that have halted production due to a lack of necessary spare parts. Continue reading “The Chinese Communist Party are Criminals – The prolonged lockdown in Shanghai has taken a heavy toll on the operation of foreign companies…”

China Update, May 4

Living Shanghai Senior Nearly Sent to Funeral Home +More news emerges from under Shanghai’s lockdown. Workers there were busy loading a filled body bag into a vehicle destined for a funeral home—when they discovered it was still moving.
A wave of tragic suicides hits Shanghai. Driven by starvation and the absence of medical care, more residents have been found dead after struggling under the city’s draconian rules.
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