US military commander fears China's plan to replace US; Chinese market drives Hollywood censorship
China steps up as the world’s biggest feature film market. It’s giving Hollywood even more incentive to comply with Beijing’s censorship.
A New Yorker recounts being put under lockdown in Shanghai. Living in isolation for two months once drove him to a dangerous point.
A top U.S. military commander fears China is speeding up plans to replace the U.S. on the world stage. That’s as the communist regime deepens a plan to recruit technology talents from around the world.
And the International Olympic Committee is going to buy CCP-virus vaccines from China. But this year's host country, Japan, is refusing to use them.