U.S. warns citizens of heightened detention risks in China


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Nothing good ever comes from China.

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So sloppy.... it must have some impact on the security issue.

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Australians, Canadians & Americans should avoid travel to China, Xi is an unstable leader and no one knows what he will do.

Also countries need to come together and limit Chinese tourists, students... That is the way to Stoke civil unrest and bring about a change in China.

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China isn't used to a tit for tat US response.

Nothing good ever comes from China.

I'd change that to "Nothing good ever comes from the CCP Chinese Govt."

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China seems to be the model for Progressives in the US. People’s speech is controlled, offenders of politically incorrect speech are singled out and attacked, ridiculed, and fired from their jobs. It’s happening every day now in the US.

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Truly free countries wouldn't detain without due process. Even the illegal immigrants in the US have their day in court. China? Just crazy punitive sentences via a very opaque process!

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Xi & his CCP will go down..soon. So will Kim in North Korea & his people. The question remains, who's ready to show good governance and world peace? Confusion will continue. Shoguns inside their nations will rise. Blood will be shed. Keep praying for the Chinese and North Koreans.

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Looking forward to sanity returning to D.C.

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China wants to be regarded as a great power and leader among the world’s nations, but, in fact, many if not most people don’t want to ever visit there mainly because of its government.

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All that would be out of the window of the swam regains control

Then American can actually focus on being great again.

Right now it's a nation of immigrants and ex-slaves, that hates immigrants and ex-slaves.

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Looking forward to sanity returning to D.C.

Not in relation to the China policies. Prez-45 has that correct. Actually, I think the US should close more and more off in relation to China-American business.

China is still listed as a UN Developing Nation. Since when does a "Developing Nation" have a space program, nuclear power, nuclear weapons, and is providing subsidized construction around the world? Developing Nation status must be removed so China pays their fair share of costs for all sorts of things. Today, it is cheaper for me to get a $5 part from China than get that same part from anywhere else in the world because the shipping is subsidized under the Developing Nation rules.

China is just like any wealthy person evading in tax payments. They seek out each loophole and abuse it to the highest level possible. But when China does this, it is $Trillions.

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