Farmers forbidden from farming under lockdown; US changes wording on Taiwan, angers Beijing

Farmers forbidden from farming under lockdown; US changes wording on Taiwan, angers Beijing

Farmers forbidden from farming under lockdown; US changes wording on Taiwan, angers Beijing

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On Mother’s Day in #Shanghai, Chinese authorities forcibly separated a mother from her son. An expert breaks down why Beijing is sticking to its “Zero COVID-19” policy.

Are China’s food shortages primed to get worse? In some regions, farmers are getting banned from working their fields. Instead, they’re forced to stay at home.

Is Washington changing its stance on Taiwan? Two sentences were removed from the State Department’s website defining U.S.-Taiwan relations. The update has drawn anger from Beijing.

A top U.S. intelligence official says Beijing is carefully weighing the Russia-Ukraine war, while keeping its eye on Taiwan.

Aircraft carriers from three nations are sailing the waters around Taiwan. The United States, Japan, and China are all maintaining a presence there as tensions heat in the region.