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      • Cars trapped in tunnel amid floods in China; Family washed away by mudslides | China in Focus



        #SevereFlooding worsens in China. Drivers inside a road tunnel — trapped inside amid rising water. Human remains were later carried out in sealed foam boxes. Residents blame authorities for making flood conditions worse. That’s after they released water from an upstream reservoir–with no warning. An insider reveals the real story of what happened inside a Chinese subway. Revealing what’s been called missed opportunities to save lives. News from Hong Kong’s pro-democracy front. Seven men that attacked pro-democracy protesters in 2019 are going to jail. But police are also arresting a media professional, and several book publishers. And American photography company Kodak bends to Beijing. It offered an apology to China related to the country’s Xinjiang region.

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        • Kenny Xu: America is Weaker Under the Equity Model | CLIP | American Thought Leaders



          Kenny Xu explains the difference between equity (equality of outcomes) vs. equality (equality of opportunity) and how the shift towards the equity model in the US makes the nation more susceptible to being supplanted by the likes of China in the technology race and in other fields. He also explains a scenario in New York City in the late 1980’s that led to the death of black and Hispanic achievement.

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          • Kenny Xu: Equity Models Discriminate Against Asian Americans | CLIP | American Thought Leaders




            Kenny Xu describes how the equity models used in university admissions are discriminatory against Asian Americans, calling it an attack on meritocracy and an attack on colorblindness. He also explains the phenomenon of “white guilt” and how white progressives are the least likely group of people to hold a positive assessment of their own race.

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            • Why Beijing Is Going After China’s Uber DiDi | China in Focus



              Are Chinese stocks safe for American investors? Just this month, one Chinese company sent many of them on a roller coaster ride. China’s version of Uber, called DiDi, entered the U.S. market to sell its stock shares. At first, it was exciting news for Wall Street and looked like a big investment opportunity. But in less than 48 hours, Beijing dropped its hammer on DiDi. It announced a #Cybersecurity review of the company, and later took down some of its software from app stores. The move sent DiDi’s stock price plummeting over 30 percent. But Beijing’s crackdown begs the question, why is the Chinese Communist Party going after the country’s biggest ride-sharing company, two days after its successful debut on America’s stock market? And what other companies are on the regime’s radar? In this episode, we dive into Beijing’s tug of war with its tech giants.


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              • Live Q&A: Democrats Block Bill to Declassify Virus Origin; Larry Elder Wins CA Lawsuit for Election



                House Democrats blocked a bill that would declassify US intelligence information on the origins of COVID-19. And in other news, Larry Elder won his lawsuit in California, after his name wasn’t included on the ballot for the recall election of CA Governor Newsom. In this live Q&A with Crossroads host Joshua Philipp we’ll discuss these stories and others, and answer questions from the audience.

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                • Pushing Against Dependence on Government—Dr. Ben Carson on Homelessness & Poverty | Wide Angle



                  “One of the things that I discovered very quickly at HUD as a secretary, is that there are a lot of people on the hill who don’t agree that people should be independent,” says Dr. Ben Carson. Policies that seemed geared toward making people more dependent on government seemed to be commonplace, and difficult to change, Dr. Carson adds. Alternatively, If people on housing subsidies weren’t forced to report an increase in income straight away and have their rent go up, they’d have more incentive to find work. This is a step towards independence. Dr. Carson reflects on his time as HUD Secretary, under President Trump, and the kinds of shifts toward independence he saw in people, when government policy supported this. This includes the example of providing housing and employment for certain people with birth defects (like Down syndrome) under the public-private partnerships that HUDs opportunity zones facilitated.

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                  • Flood Explosion and Land Subsidence in China, Natural or Man made Disaster? Zooming In China





                    Zooming In is a weekly in-depth/investigative report program hosted by the award-winning journalist Simone Gao. Zooming In focuses on US-China relations, American tradition and values, and critical questions that America faces today. It is known for never shunning tough, controversial issues or complex stories. Exclusive interviews and reports from China, insight from top experts on US and China, good storytelling, and engaging visual presentations make Zooming In one of a kind.


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                    • ‘China runs the show’: Milton Ezrati on the risks of doing business with a communist regime



                      In this special episode, we sat down with Milton Ezrati, chief economist at Vested, and Steven Shaerer, China policy expert and author of “Surviving Chinese Communist Detention.” They gave their insights into the dangers of doing business with a communist regime. Ezrati said, “If China gains the upper hand, it is going to be effectively a, forgive me for being blunt, almost a situation with an empire where China runs the show, and everyone else pays tribute or, and gets what they can. But everything is done out of Beijing. And now a lot of people might say the United States did that. And I’m not saying the United States is always equitable in its dealings with people. But the United States primarily was pushing for free trade until recently.” Schaerer said, “The biggest kind of problem right now is that we’re funding our own demise through these kinds of channels that go back into the Chinese coffers. And that money is then used to attack us through all the different mediums that were originally written about and discussed in books like ‘Unrestricted Warfare’ that were written by the PLA [ People’s Liberation Army] to literally destroy and replicate the United States … And also being kind of well-read on the subject, whether that’s my book, but that’s other books, that are kind of written about the issues that are happening with China, the ongoing relations with the United States and China. But really kind of curbing that investment and putting that money into other free countries, democratic countries that value human rights, like India, like Japan, like South Korea, like Singapore, or other countries outside of Asia, that kind of mirror the same philosophy—that’s a huge thing that we could be doing right now. We have to all advocate for that.”



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                      • Reggie Littlejohn: Beijing Olympics in 2022 ‘Akin to 1936’ Games in Nazi Germany | CLIP



                        Reggie Littlejohn, president of Women’s Rights Without Frontiers, says a full boycott of the 2022 Olympic Games in Beijing is necessary because of the CCP is committing human rights atrocities and genocide. She likens the 2022 Games to the 1936 Games in Nazi Germany, and poses the question: “Do we mean ‘never again’? Or do we mean never again, unless it’s China?”

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                        • Reggie Littlejohn: The Invisible Victims of China’s One Child Policy | CLIP



                          China’s brutal One Child Policy has ravaged their population, leaving behind a lack of women and a lack of young people, says Reggie Littlejohn, president of Women’s Rights Without Frontiers. She explains how her organization helps those that she calls the “invisible victims” of the oppressive policy: elderly widows.

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                          • Censorship: ‘Starts With Trump,’ Ends With the Average American | CLIP | American Thought Leaders



                            The censorship by Big Tech of former President Donald Trump is an issue that affects all Americans, because the suppression of conservative voices stifles debate. [Name of Speaker] says ending Big Tech’s Section 230 protections will allow Americans to fight back against censorship of ideas.

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                            • More Choices Needed to Encourage Competition in the Big Tech Marketplace | CLIP



                              In order to combat the monopoly that Big Tech companies have, people need to use alternative social media platforms and search engines, says [Speaker name]. Additionally, antitrust actions should be taken to prevent Big Tech from manipulating the marketplace, he says.

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                              • Teaching Critical Race Theory to U.S. Military Puts the World at Risk: Rep. Mo Brooks | Wide Angle



                                Critical race theory “divides people based on…skin pigmentation, or ethnicity, something that people have no control over,” says Republican Congressman for Alabama, Mo Brooks. This meets his definition of racism. And with China threatening to ‘crack the heads of its enemies, a recent Russian cyber-attack on a U.S. pipeline, and terrorist activity rife in the Middle East, is learning critical race theory really the highest priority for U.S. troops? Rep. Brooks doesn’t think so. “I’m baffled by why anyone would want to interject Marxist ideology and racism into our military to the degree that it is being introduced by the Biden administration,” he adds. What would it mean to the world, if the U.S.—which has led in terms of economy, military, and to many, in enshrining in its constitution the basic rights of its citizens, were to be destabilized by an ideological rift—Marxism vs. capitalism—between its citizens?

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