Anti-American sentiment, conspiracy theories surge in China amid COVID-19 crisis

Anti-American sentiment, conspiracy theories surge in China amid COVID-19 crisis

Over the past week, voluminous Anti-American sentiment and unverified allegations against the US government have escalated on China’s heavily state-monitored social media networks. Among the claims are that the novel coronavirus originated not in Wuhan but in the United States. China’s censors, which typically take a heavy-handed approach to ’rumors and disinformation’, have so far taken no action

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It seems that the Chinese communist party continues to take advantage of this crisis in ways that underscore the true depths of their evil.

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Here are some links to Chinese-language media pertaining to this story. I have verified that the content is relevant using Google Translate, but please bear in mind that Chinese media is heavily monitored and to some extent controlled by the Chinese government. https://m.thepaper.cn/newsDetail_forward_6296153 https://m.takefoto.cn/viewnews-2076696.html https://m.sohu.com/a/376784864_496421/

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