Chinese-owned factories set on fire in Burma; China urges foreigners to take Chinese vaccine
China is urging foreigners to get inoculated with Chinese-made vaccines. Beijing says anyone who does, gets an expedited process toward a Chine se visa.
The Chinese regime calls the U.S. an empire of espionage, and accuses its government of hacking. This, after the U.S. labeled Chinese telecom giant Huawei and four other Chinese companies as "a threat to national security."
A survey says only one in five Americans look favorably on Communist China. Europeans are growing increasingly distrustful of the regime, too.
Chinese-owned factories go up in flames in Burma, also known as Myanmar. Some people there suspect the Chinese regime is behind the military coup there.
And a polar bear hotel in China is drawing criticism. One animal rights group says the iconic bears belong in the Arctic, not in a hotel.