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Hong Kong Police Raid Tiananmen Massacre Victims’ Museum

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In another possible cover-up from the Chinese Communist Party, authorities claim there were no casualties as shockwaves from a massive explosion reportedly leveled houses in China. But residents say otherwise. Beijing works to quiet talk of the 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre. Hong Kong police raid the premises of a closed museum dedicated to honoring the massacre’s victims. A Chinese man is sentenced to prison by a U.S. court for smuggling submarine technology from the United States to China. Chinese regulators are now clamping down on foreign brands. This time, it’s winter jacket manufacturer Canada Goose, hit with a $70,000 fine. The online gaming industry also takes a hit. No new online games have been granted approval in China, as authorities take aim at the sector. Subscribe to our YouTube channel for more first-hand news from China. For more news and videos, please visit our website and Twitter.

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