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  1. Lanzhou's health commission said Friday that sheep, cattle and pigs were most commonly involved in the spread of the bacteria.
  2. "In recent weeks, Microsoft has detected cyberattacks targeting people and organizations involved in the upcoming presidential election," says the company
  3. After the Galwan Valley incident, the popular idea that's resonating with a lot of Indians is that they should boycott Chinese goods and services. This, mind you, is not limited to just Chinese smartphones and electronic gadgets. People are trying to boycott everything that originates from China, in order to "teach China a lesson". Well, it's safe to say that a lot has changed since the whole anti-China movement began. Even the government has stepped in and has banned the use of a bunch of Chinese apps. Today, we'll be taking a look at some Chinese companies and how the whole anti-China movement has affected them. TikTok - Bytedance © Reuters TikTok was one of the first Chinese apps to get banned in India during the first wave of the apps ban by the IT Ministry. It's been a few months since the app has been banned in India. The app's parent company Bytedance has lost a significant amount of money due to the ban. According to a report by China's state-run media The Global Times, ByteDance could lose up to $6 billion( Rs 45k crore) after the Indian government decided to ban them. PUBG Mobile - Tencent © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla It has only been a few days since PUBG Mobile was banned in India. However, we've already started seeing its effects. Chinese technology giant Tencent lost $34 billion in market value in one day after India banned the popular battle royale game PUBG Mobile in the country. Now that's a huge number. Vivo - BBK Electronics © Reuters Vivo's parent company, for those of you who don't know, is BBK Electronics, which is a Chinese company. Following the whole boycott China movement, a lot of people started raising questions on the BCCI asking them why they haven't taken a call on VIVO being title sponsors. It led to protests and calls to boycott the IPL itself, following which the decision was taken to drop them as the title sponsors. Huawei & ZTEThere's also an on-going report that both Huawei and ZTE are to be kept out of India's plans to roll out its 5G network. This is primarily due to the rift between the two countries and the boycott China movement is not helping their case at all. This is also a massive blow to both the companies here, even though it may not seem like a huge deal to most people. View the full article
  4. Some have also been accused of embezzling money collected from fundraisers to help coronavirus patients and selling defective medical equipment
  5. Well it?s something that if they don?t treat us right I would certainly, I would certainly do that, Trump on decoupling
  6. Democracy supporters had warned against delaying the polls, accusing authorities of using the pandemic to avoid a drubbing
  7. According to the Chinese Foreign Ministry?s Spokesperson, the countries have also discussed to resume the cross-border flow of people in an orderly manner when certain conditions are met
  8. As Britain prepares to cast off from the EU, fears over the security of Huawei have forced Johnson to take sides
  9. No special privileges, no special economic treatment and no export of sensitive technologies, says Trump
  10. We're only six months into the year, but 2020 has already been quite an eventful year. From a possible World War 3 to a full-blown pandemic, we've seen it all. While we're still struggling to get out of a pandemic, it looks like there's already a new disease coming out of China. According to a new report, a city in Northern China sounded an alert after a suspected case of bubonic plague was reported. A level 3 warning of plague prevention and control came out of Bayannur, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. The suspected case was reported by a hospital in Bayannur. © Reuters The warning period will apparently continue until the end of 2020. The local health authority has confirmed the case and said there's a risk of a human plague epidemic spreading in the city. This, by the way, wasn't the first suspected case of this newly reported plague. Earlier this month, two other adults were found to be affected. They both are brothers and they're being tested at two separate hospitals. The brother reportedly ate marmot meat. Marmot, for those of you who don't know, is a type of rodent. A total of 146 people, who they've been in contact with, have been isolated and are being treated at local hospitals. Bubonic plague is a bacterial disease that is spread by flies living on wild rodents such as marmots. It can kill an adult in less than 24 hours if not treated in time. Last year, a couple died in the western Mongolian province of Bayan-Ulgii after eating raw marmot meat. The researchers are now concerned about further mutation so that they can transfer from person to person. That's probably the worst thing that can happen while we're already battling a full-blown pandemic. People are obviously not happy about this whole situation that we're in. Here are some Twitter responses to this news about the new disease. No! I beg for mercy. I canât cope with any more such news... https://t.co/3CtrIrAVII â anand mahindra (@anandmahindra) July 5, 2020 True that Itne virus hum biology class me na padhe honge jitne ye log iss saal invent kar chuke he ð¤£ð¤£ â Appu (@Appu_Jr1) July 5, 2020 We wish everything happening in 2020 was 'Fake News' Please tell me it's fake news. â Asha (@iamAshaLatha) July 5, 2020 Let's not step out of the house only. @PMOIndia seal boarders till end of 2020 . â SVDragnov (@SDragnov) July 5, 2020 We really hope we're not looking at a serious disease here. Between COVID-19 and everything else happening in 2020, we really can't afford to have another crisis situation. Source: TOI View the full article
  11. TikTok's Kevin Mayer said the Chinese government has never requested user data, nor would the company turn it over if asked
  12. United States and China have been engaged in a series of retaliatory actions involving journalists in recent months
  13. It seems like 2020 has even more bad news in store for us, as a new strain of flu that has the potential to become a global pandemic has been discovered by scientists in China. The virus is being carried by pigs and can infect humans, according to scientists. Researchers have expressed concern that the virus can further mutate and will easily spread from person to person, which could result in yet another global outbreak. The virus is not as big of a concern as COVID-19, however, scientists say it has all the necessary attributes required for it to mutate to infect humans and requires close monitoring. © Reuters It possesses âall the essential hallmarks of being highly adapted to infect humansâ, said the authors, scientists at Chinese universities and Chinaâs Center for Disease Control and Prevention. The findings of the virus were posted in a journal on Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. It is worth to note that more than one in 10 swine workers have already been infected and tests indicate as many as 4.4% of the general population have already been exposed to the new virus. The virus has been given the name âG4â by the researchers. The researchers added in their report, âIt is of concern that human infection of G4 virus will further human adaptation and increase the risk of a human pandemic,â the researchers wrote. As the news broke, people on social media were clearly not happy about the new virus and shared their concerns: What is wrong with #China ? As if one #pandemic wasn't enough? #SwineFlu â Sharmishtha Sahu (@mesme_rising) June 30, 2020Rest of the world to China :#SwineFlu pic.twitter.com/OYLtVWOzxp â Mr. Stark (@Mr_Stark_) June 30, 2020#SwineFlu all set to take charge 𥺠pic.twitter.com/g83lnlUmZB â Vijay Jaiswal (@puntasticVU) June 30, 2020#SwineFlu People : This year can't get any worse July : pic.twitter.com/4V79VC46QQ â ÊÖÓÖÔµÖѵ (@Faltu_username) June 30, 2020#SwineFlu Whenever something good is happening China be like - : pic.twitter.com/oJcvykOUa3 â THE | Epic Blogger | (@Kush_official_) June 30, 2020#SwineFlu is trending again People : pic.twitter.com/UWxzbdTe0o â Salman Hussain (@Salman_sinn) June 30, 2020#SwineFlu Seeing one more disease trending, People calling the Life insurance policy agents : pic.twitter.com/FfMWB6qtws â The Young Monk (@ayush_k_u_m_a_r) June 30, 2020A new virus like #SwineFlu having pandemic potential found in China. Whole world to China: pic.twitter.com/1DP1l075op â You're annoying but still I (@ProteinBabaa) June 30, 2020 View the full article
  14. The virus is believed to have first appeared at a market that sold live animals in the central city of Wuhan
  15. Local authorities announce one new case with no recent travel history on Thursday, followed by two more cases on Friday
  16. A clash took place at the China-India border last week. Several soldiers, from both sides, were injured after throwing stones and fighting each other
  17. They say âlove thy neighbourâ. But when your neighbour tries to act smart, you canât help but try and set them straight, right? Now while India has its own quirky neighbours, Nepal too isnât far behind when it comes to having âencroachingâ neighbours being a pain in the a*s. I mean, no offence but letâs admit that nobody appreciates snooping neighbours, do they? But perhaps living right across from each other often makes people forget all about their âboundariesâ. Just like how the Chinese media recently claimed that Mt Everest is in China, matlab yeh Geography toh sirf books mein hoti hai na? Post showing Everest in China, CGTN deleted old tweet. In new tweet CGTN said, Everest located on China-Nepal border. pic.twitter.com/c1bx8hJmbB â Sidhant Sibal (@sidhant) May 10, 2020 To give you a better understanding, Beijingâs state-run media house, China Global Television Network (CGTN) recently posted a tweet featuring Mt Everest and said, âlocated in Chinaâs Tibet Autonomous Regionâ which infuriated Indian and Nepalese users on Twitter who began calling out China for spreading fake news with #BackOffChina trending on the microblogging site. Even though CGTN has since made appropriate changes to the caption, it didnât do much good because thousands of users had already seen the original post and the damage was done. Both Indian and Nepalese users are trolling China right, left and centre for trying to make incorrect claims. Mt. Everest is in Nepal, Not in china.@PRCAmbNepal#backoffchina pic.twitter.com/dBHCcvzNyS â सवà¥à¤¨à¤¾ð³ðµ (@SlowmoQueen9) May 10, 2020 Well, thatâs not happening. Maybe they think Nepal is part of China's Tibet region. And that's not cool at all. â Bourne Reacherï¸â¡ (@4aBr1ghtFuture) May 10, 2020 Fake will always be fake. World knows where Mt. Everest lies. Why Chinese media reporting false news. Mt. Everest lies on Nepal territory. #backoffchina â बाबॠà¤à¤¨à¤¾à¤² (@shivakhanal4all) May 10, 2020 Nepalese people have taken personal offence over the matter. This is our mount everest 8848 we don't want this to used and marked as yours.nepal government should act upon this. This is unprecedented words that has beem used here. this is unacceptable .#backoffchina pic.twitter.com/0KBtEvTBP8 â डा.पà¥à¤¯à¤¾à¤°à¥ (@shivarajkoiral) May 10, 2020 Ouch. #backoffchina Suddenly all parts of the world becoming part of China...come on China...at least be sensible after Corona disaster which you donated to world â Umasankar Thiyagaraj (@umasurgeon) May 10, 2020 A word of caution? #backoffchina gentle reminder #nepal if you side with #china they will take not only Mount Everest but everything. â rbajaj (@rbay_9) May 10, 2020 Well, no matter what they were trying to imply with that misleading caption, but if history is to be believed, China does have a tendency to call what belongs to others their own, or worse, try to take it by force...*coughs* Arunachal Pradesh *coughs*. View the full article
  18. It looks like China has attempted to mock the United States with a short video that says that the U.S did not pay heed to China's warnings amidst the coronavirus outbreak. On April 29, Chinaâs state-run news agency Xinhua posted an animated video on the internet, titled âOnce Upon a Virus.â In it, two mock figures representing the two countries exchange dialogue over coronavirus. The Chinese representation mocks Americaâs late response to the COVID-19 pandemic and also paints Chinaâs response in a flattering light, backed by seemingly reliable facts at the same time. The video has gone on to generate a lot of buzz on Twitter. Users started to call Chinaâs claims of warning âfakeâ and âmisleading.â Others also pointed out how this could be more damaging to China. Here's the video: Once Upon a Virus... pic.twitter.com/FY0svfEKc6 â Ambassade de Chine en France (@AmbassadeChine) April 30, 2020 The coronavirus pandemic first started from Wuhan in China inâDecember 2019 and rapidly spread across the world, affecting more than three million people and resulting in over 2,00,000 deaths so far. China has reported fewer cases and deaths that were previously even lesser, before they had randomly increased their figures by almost 50% overnight. Still, COVID-19 has worst impacted the United States, with the largest outbreak amongst other affected countries. People started calling it propaganda from China for image control since a lot of political leaders are clearly expressing their anger towards the country. False propaganda from the Chinese ambassador to France, whitewashing over its government's deceptions and mocking U.S. objections to its human rights abuses. RTing so folks can see the Chinese government lying in real time -- https://t.co/yg3MX5S5ud â Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) April 30, 2020 And posting counter-memes in response to the video. #ChinaLiedPeopleDied pic.twitter.com/tmZwbpOKvK â Jane (@Jane_Splaining) April 30, 2020 Along with catchy hashtags. pic.twitter.com/sAqr5Pzeme â NoLaws (@NickB_83) May 1, 2020 USâPresident Donald Trump has lashed out at China on multiple occasions during the daily press conferences on COVID-19. Donald Trump has also expressed that the trade deal with China is now of secondary importance to the coronavirus pandemic. In fact, he has also threatened China with new increased tariffs as his administration is in the process of drafting retaliatory measures in the post-pandemic world. View the full article
  19. Have you ever been to a shop where you saw the sign âIf Broken, Considered Sold?â Well, it seems the Chinese government just got a taste of that very medicine. © Twitter/memelord As per an article by the English daily newspaper, The Daily Express, Germany has sent a bill to the Chinese Government for all the loses that the European country had to put up with because of the novel Coronavirus. © Reuters No matter where one stands on the virusâ origin, whether it was manmade or it originated in the wet markets of Wuhan, one cannot deny the haphazard manner in which the Chinese state authorities have handled the outbreak and the manner in which it tried to cover up certain facts, and at times straight-up lied, both to its citizens and international regulatory bodies. © Reuters Naturally, the world right now is not looking at China with a favourable lens. Nevertheless, that anger and frustration could not be taken as the excuse of the racial bigotry and xenophobia that has been observed to becomes the norm. People with mongoloid facial features all over the world have been targeted, abused and attacked. Delhi man spat at Manipur girl shouting Corona. If you think that this is unacceptable, can you stop addressing North Easterners as Chinki, Momo etc and stop your friends from doing same, if applicable?#NoToRacism #Respect #NorthEast #NoChinki #India pic.twitter.com/obj0uXcfem â Raaj Biswas (@xploreraj) March 23, 2020 The Germans, though, have a different way of doing things. Instead of indulging in idiotic and xenophobic rhetorics, a German national daily, which goes by the name Bild has come up with an itemised bill or invoice as to what the Republic of China owes to Germany. © Twitter/Disclose.tv The bill has broken pretty much everything down - losses from tourism, losses from the film industry, losses from small business, and losses from airlines, among other things. The bill comes up to be 149 Billion Euros, which we converted into Indian Rupees, just for fun. In Indian Rupees, the figure stands at Rs 1,24,15,00,00,00,000. For those of us who had to pay a little extra attention at school during maths classes, Thatâs Rs1.24 Lakh-Crore. © Reuters As big and as hefty as these figures are, they represent something significant. According to the article, Germany is the fourth country after the UK, France, and the USA in calling out the actions of the Chinese state authorities. © Reuters The invoice, which wasnât a government document, but what a newspaper has put together, actually, has Beijing riled up, and furious, with Chinese state authorities calling the move to be xenophobic, and an action that instils nationalistic pride in the wrong way. © Reuters However, given how the Asian community has been attacked in North America and Europe, and how people with mongoloid facial features are being targeted, we think the Chinese state authorities might want to look up the word 'xenophobia' in a dictionary. If only there was a way to communicate with them. Perhaps over Twitter? Oh right, sorry, they donât have Twitter in China... View the full article
  20. OnePlus finally revealed the India pricing of the OnePlus 8 Series and it's good news for every OnePlus fan in India right now. Last week, we speculated that the company would be launching their smartphones in India at a cheaper price by taking cues from its China pricing. However, OnePlus has managed to launch the two smartphones at even cheaper prices in India, showing the companyâs commitment to the Indian smartphone market. While this move was highly unanticipated, it far exceeded our expectations and probably every OnePlus fan's as well. © Youtube_Karl Conrad The OnePlus 8 starts in India at Rs 41,999 while the starting price of the smartphone in China is around Rs 43,160. Similarly, the OnePlus 8 Pro in India starts at Rs 54,999 while it costs considerably more in China for the same model. This couldnât have been possible without OnePlus localising the production of the smartphone in India and the fact that India is the companyâs most important market when it comes to revenues. India accounts for over 33% of OnePlusâ global sales and it only seems to be growing with each launch every year. View the full article
  21. 'If it was a mistake, a mistake is a mistake. But if they were knowingly responsible, then sure there should be consequences'
  22. US President Donald Trump has questioned China's handling of the pandemic
  23. At this point in time, we've all probably heard and in fact, grown a strong sense of loathing for Chinese wet markets, notoriously infamous for selling bats, pangolins and a lot of other animals as livestock. However, in a recent turn of events, China has decided to stop slaughtering millions of dogs for meat. China reclassifies dogs as pets, not livestock, in post-virus regulatory push https://t.co/gquUfstNem pic.twitter.com/oB84yUanY2 — Reuters (@Reuters) April 9, 2020 Dog meat has infamously been a delicacy in China, however, earlier this month, the Chinese city of Schenzen had banned dog meat. In fact, the latest guidelines issued by the Ministry of Agriculture of China has rejigged the guidelines for 18 animals that were earlier classified as livestock including cattle, pigs, poultry and camels. “As far as dogs are concerned, along with the progress of human civilization and the public concern and love for animal protection, dogs have been 'specialized' to become companion animals, and internationally are not considered to be livestock, and they will not be regulated as livestock in China,” the notice said. © Reuters Moreover, 13 more animals have also been identified as special species which exempts them from being involved in wild animal trading, including reindeer, alpaca, pheasants, ostriches and foxes. Following the coronavirus outbreak that is supposed to have originated from horseshoe bats, China had banned the breeding, trading and consumption of wildlife, and revoked all existing licenses. In fact, it has also promised to look into it and make the ban permanent after the pandemic is over. 10 million dogs are killed in a year in China for meat and this also includes stolen pets. Needless to say, everyone from across the world has hailed the move, while some just couldn't miss the opportunity to take digs at China for being so late in alleviating such regressive norms. Welcome to the 21st century. — ChrisIn303 (@ChrisIn303) April 9, 2020 Much needed first step, indeed First step — eggbot (@eggbotme) April 9, 2020 It's a start! — the riddler (@TRiddler85) April 9, 2020 Thank goodness... — T. Hamilton (@thamilton007) April 9, 2020 too little too late but very good for those dogs — shirley (@shirleymarriot1) April 9, 2020 However, some people had more pressing questions at hand What about bats??? — T. Hamilton (@thamilton007) April 9, 2020 CATS??????? — mediumsizedoneatahugeworld (@mediumsizedone) April 9, 2020 Will the Chinese govt ban the dog meat festival? — Sleep_sleeð· (@slee_sleep) April 9, 2020 View the full article
  24. The development comes just a day before China plans to lift travel curbs from the contagion's epicentre of Wuhan
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