Two Chinese netizens have disappeared. That’s after they and a group of others tried to celebrate the Lunar New year by mocking the head of the Communist Party.
Beijing endures heavy smog over the holiday weekend. At its worst, levels of one pollutant reached 20 times higher than what air quality standards deem safe.
Flowers are sold out in Wuhan. They’re commemorating those who passed away because of the pandemic. And major US banks are financially supporting China’s military. Some have invested billions of dollars in a Chinese cell phone maker, tied to the country's military. 00:00
00:40 Netizens go missing amid plans to mock Xi Jinping
01:25 Thick smog covers Beijing Lunar New Year
03:18 Migrant workers separated from families
05:31 Flowers for the dead sold out in Wuhan
07:43 Virus prevention strategies continue amid holiday
08:53 City still under lockdown despite no new cases
10:12 US bank investment aids China's military expansion
12:56 Apparently staged vice premier's visit criticized
14:15 School requires students to disclose beliefs
15:52 Chinese lawyer receives human rights award in jail