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The Chinese consulate in Houston was closed. Documents were burnt. Now two shred trucks stand in front of the Chinese consulate in New York. A dozen containers of shredded papers were taken away.

Chinese citizens’ anger towards authorities is rising. A watermelon farmer’s video has gone viral on social media.

A Chinese company celebrated the People’s Liberation Army’s day with US aircraft carriers. If the US and China were at war, which one would Chinese people support?

The US seeks to remove Chinese apps from American app stores and American Apps from Chinese phones—a potential blow to Chinese phone makers.

And TikTok insists it’s clean and has no security risks. But its parent company back home appears to be under the thumb of the Communist Party.

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