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PolitiFact→ US frets about TikTok feeding data to China; banning app won’t end the threat, experts say
TikTok’s data collection practices and China-based parent company have drawn U.S. lawmakers’ scrutiny. What’s really at stake in the debate over banning the app?
Logically→ Worms rained from the sky in Liaoning province, China.
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Video Does NOT Prove Worms Fell From The Sky In China — Experts Say They’re Tree Blooms
Did it "rain worms" in China in early March 2023? No, that's not true: Two separate botanical experts confirmed individually to Lead Stories that the "worms" reported by some publications and social media users were the result of the annu
The Dispatch→ China’s Middle East Power Play
Chinese President Xi Jinping is welcomed by Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia Mohammed bin Salman Al Saud in Riyadh on December 8, 2022. (Photo by Royal Court of Saudi Arabia/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)A Beijing-brokered normalization deal between Iran
PolitiFact→ Nicholas Langworthy – Claim about Energy Department, gas stoves, China is exaggerated
Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm met "with the radical green energy group behind the gas stove ban," which "has ties to the" Chinese Communist Party.
The Dispatch→ The Rise of Xi Jinping’s China
Xi Jinping waves to journalists at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, on Oct. 23, 2022. (Photo by Pang Xinglei/Xinhua via Getty Images)Former National Security Advisor Stephen J. Hadley on the risk of competition turning into confrontation: A Dis
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Video Does NOT Show China Has Cloned Dinosaurs — These Are Animatronic Theme-Park Attractions
Does a video on social media show that China has successfully cloned several species of dinosaurs? No, that's not true: The video's clips, shot at different locations, show Jurassic-Park-themed animatronics and puppetry. The dinosaurs are
The Dispatch→ The Daunting Task the New China Committee Faces
A protester disrupts the first hearing of the House Select Committee on Strategic Competition between the United States and the Chinese Communist Party as Lt. Gen. H.R. McCaster testifies alongside human rights activist Tong Yi. (Photo by Kevin Dietsch
The Dispatch→ The China-Russia Partnership Holds Steadfast
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping pose for a photograph during their meeting in Beijing, on February 4, 2022. (Photo by Alexei Druzhinin / Sputnik / AFP via Getty Images)American officials say Beijing will face consequen
The Dispatch→ Microsoft, China, and the Future of Artificial Intelligence
Outside Microsoft Research Asia in Beijing, 2019. (Photo by Visual China Group via Getty Images/Visual China Group via Getty Images)Rethinking tech collaboration in an age of great-power competition. The post Microsoft, China, and the Future of Artific
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Video Showing ‘Breaks In Earth’s Crust’ Is NOT Hatay Province In Turkey But Shanxi Province In China
Did an aerial video capture a deep and wide chasm in the Earth's crust in southern Turkey's Hatay province, part of the area hit by earthquakes in early February 2023? No, that's not true: This video footage does not show earthquake fault
Logically→ The Great Wall of China was built by the Tartarian Empire.
No, the Great Wall of China was built by the Chinese to protect from nomadic invaders, not from the Chinese.
PolitiFact→ Joe Biden – Biden says U.S. is losing ground to China in R&D spending. His rankings are off.
“We used to rank No. 1 in the world in research and development, now we rank No. 9. China used to rank No. 8, now it ranks No. 2.”
The Dispatch→ Lawmakers Ask if U.S. Companies Helped Develop China’s Spy Balloon
Sen. Dan Sullivan speaks during a news conference in August 2022. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)Plus: More congressional scrutiny on China and high-profile House GOP hearings.The post Lawmakers Ask if U.S. Companies Helped Develop China’s Spy B
The Dispatch→ China Competition a Bipartisan Bright Spot in Congress
Rep. Mike Gallagher in 2021. (Photo by Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images)Plus: An early look at the House GOP’s Afghanistan withdrawal investigation.The post China Competition a Bipartisan Bright Spot in Congress appeared first on The Dispatch.
AllSides→ How could surveillance balloon have travelled from China?
https://www.bbc.com/news/world-64514120 The Chinese authorities say a surveillance balloon sighted over
The Dispatch→ Making China Pay if It Attacks Taiwan
Members of Taiwan's armed forces during drills to show combat readiness. (Photo by Annabelle Chih/Getty Images)Lawmakers are laying the groundwork for economic sanctions on China if it invades Taiwan. The post Making China Pay if It Attacks Taiwan
The Dispatch→ China’s Demographic Decline
China is getting old before getting rich. The post China’s Demographic Decline appeared first on The Dispatch.
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Chinese State Media Did NOT Report China’s Military Has Equipped Its Soldiers With Self-Destruct Helmets
Did the Chinese military equip its soldiers with self-destruct helmets? No, that's not true: There's no evidence from the Chinese government or from official Chinese state media that members of the military are being given helmets with th
The Dispatch→ China’s Looming Demographic Crisis
A staff member helps a child put on a mask as she holds a Communist Party of China flag. (Photo by STR/AFP via Getty Images)Beijing reported population decline for the first time in decades—the long-term economic impact could prove painful.The post C
Logically→ Prime Minister Narendra Modi was spotted with China’s President Xi Jinping after India-China clashes at Arunachal Pradesh in December 2022.
A 2014 image of Jinping and Modi on a traditional swing on the Sabarmati Riverfront in Ahmedabad has circulated with a false narrative.
PolitiFact→ Ro Khanna – US trade deficit with China now $400 billion per year, much higher than in the 1990s
The U.S. "trade deficit with China has gone from about $80 billion a year in the 1990s to $400 billion a year.”
Logically→ China killed 300 Indian personnel in Tawang during the December 09, 2022 clashes.
According to the Indian government, India did not suffer any fatalities. No official source has so far confirmed any deaths on either side.
Logically→ Recent videos show the face-off between India and China in Arunachal Pradesh’s Tawang sector.
Old videos have been falsely shared, claiming to show the recent skirmish between Indian and Chinese troops in Arunachal Pradesh.
Logically→ Mesut Ozil was dismissed from Germany’s national team for condemning China’s treatment of Uyghur Muslims.
Mesut Ozil cited racism and discrimination by the German Football Association and the media as the reason for resigning in 2018.
PolitiFact→ Ad Watch: The context of Herschel Walker’s comments about vampires, a bull, China’s air
A Raphael Warnock ad highlights Herschel Walker campaign comments about vampires, a bull and China’s air. Here’s the context.
The Dispatch→ Video: Elon vs. Apple and the China Protests
Watch the video of our weekly livestreamed conversation.The post Video: Elon vs. Apple and the China Protests appeared first on The Dispatch.
Logically→ Protestors in China’s Shanghai province are calling for President Xi Jinping’s resignation over the government’s COVID-19 measures.
Protesters have taken to the streets in Chinese cities, demanding the president step down and end oppresisive COVID-19 lockdown measures.
The Dispatch→ Video: Ukraine, China, and the Midterms
Declan, David, Esther, and Andrew talk Ukraine, China and the midtermsThe post Video: Ukraine, China, and the Midterms appeared first on The Dispatch.
The Dispatch→ Dispatch Live: China, Ukraine, and the Midterms
Join our weekly livestreamed conversation.The post Dispatch Live: China, Ukraine, and the Midterms appeared first on The Dispatch.
The Dispatch→ Vietnam: The Bipartisan Thorn in China’s Side
Relations with our former enemy have improved steadily since the 1990s in an effort to counter Chinese ambitions.The post Vietnam: The Bipartisan Thorn in China’s Side appeared first on The Dispatch.
The Dispatch→ Russia’s Real Enemy Is China, Not the West
The Putin years have left it a vassal state of Beijing.The post Russia’s Real Enemy Is China, Not the West appeared first on The Dispatch.
Logically→ China produced more CO2 equivalent emissions than the entire western hemisphere in 2021.
China's net CO2e emissions are higher. Its per capita emissions are lesser than in many third-world countries. Data for 2021 is yet to be published.
Logically→ A global recession has been planned and coordinated to implement a social credit system in the U.K. similar to China.
Snopes→ Fish Fossil Catch from China Includes Oldest Teeth Ever
A big catch of fish fossils in southern China includes the oldest teeth ever found — and may help scientists learn how our aquatic ancestors got their bite.
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: China Is NOT Creating Fake Eggs Made for Human Consumption
Are nefarious actors based in China manufacturing fake eggs made of plastic and selling them for human consumption? No, that's not true. The absence of corroborating reports on what would be a noteworthy event in the history of food raise
PolitiFact→ Facebook posts – China President Xi Jinping is still in power, despite coup rumors
“President Xi of China under house arrest” amid “coup by the PLA.”
Logically→ Fifty-nine percent of flights in China have been canceled due to a coup against President Xi Jinping.
There is no evidence that the canceled flights are related to a rumored coup, and reports of mass cancellations are unsubstantiated.
Snopes→ No Evidence Xi Jinping Is Under House Arrest Amid Supposed Coup Attempt in China
Rumors spread on social media alleging a coup attempt was taking place in China, despite having no reputable source.