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China in Focus (Jan. 28): Chinese Media Headlines Misrepresent WHO

Some Chinese media reports use headlines to mischaracterize overseas vaccines. But internal documents show they haven’t had much success in promoting China’s version. A Chinese actress is left floundering after a scandal goes public. It involves her two children born from surrogate mothers—and sheds light on the practice in the country. The Biden administration gives investors more time to toss their holdings in blacklisted Chinese firms. They now have until May, though former President Donald Trump’s original deadline expires Thursday. And a new Chinese law gives its Coast Guard permission to open fire when foreign vessels enter disputed waters. Subscribe to our YouTube channel for more first-hand news from China. For more news and videos, please visit our website and Twitter.