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China’s Insane Fortnite Limits Take ‘Nanny State’ to Ridiculous New Levels

China is implementing new Fortnite gameplay restrictions. These new limits could severely hinder the country’s expanding the esports scene. Overall, in-game restrictions are going way overboard. China’s government has already placed infamous limits on younger gamers. Kids and teens can’t play past 10 pm on weekdays, and they’re restricted to three hours on weekends. But…

China’s Communist Party is Getting Nervous About Coronavirus Reporting

The Chinese government has expelled three Wall Street Journal reporters over an op-ed published by the outlet. The Wall Street Journal has been instrumental in exposing China’s underreporting of the coronavirus outbreak. China may be trying to suppress information about the outbreak by intimidating journalists. The Chinese Communist Party has expelled several journalists for daring…

China’s Economy on the Brink as Coronavirus Fears Intensify

Coronavirus fears are already hurting China’s economy. The government’s widespread quarantines suggest the problem could be much worse than we think. Chinese social media posts give clues about the true extent of the crisis. The world may be on the verge of the next global pandemic. So far, the Wuhan coronavirus has infected over 2,000…

China’s $1 billion death trade

A new witness report confirms the “slaughter on-demand” of China’s Muslim prisoners for rich Saudi customers. This is part of the country’s $1 billion death trade in forced organ transplants, described as “extreme wickedness.” Xinjiang has become a hellhole for its Uighur minority. The extractions were conducted on live victims—the organs had been ordered and paid…

China’s iPhone 11 Love Affair Could Send Apple Stock to New Highs

China’s unexpected love affair with the iPhone 11 could send Apple stock to new highs, lingering trade war concerns or not. | Source: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images/AFP Analysts have expressed concerns towards declining sales of Apple products since early 2019, particularly after AAPL’s $44 billion sell-off last month. Its flagship iPhone 11, however, is selling unexpectedly…

China’s CPI Inflation Rises in August as Trade War Ravages Producer Prices – CCN.com

Image: Photo by WANG ZHAO / AFPChina’s consumer price index (CPI) rose above trend in August, fueled by a continued surge in food costs and weather-related supply shortages.Factory-gate prices, expressed by the producer price index (PPI), told a completely different story. The PPI gauge plunged deeper into deflation last month, the result of a bitter…