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  • On this episode of China Uncensored

  • China won't help America with North Korea.

  • Which is unfair because

  • Trump gave them the most beautiful chocolate cake.

  • And Chinese AI robots turn against their masters...

  • by telling the truth.

  • Plus, Chinese-made smartphones

  • may be spying on us.

  • I hope they don't find out how much

  • I suck at Candy Crush.

  • This is China Uncensored.

  • Hi, welcome to China Uncensored,

  • I'm your host Chris Chappell.

  • You know, just when it was looking like

  • a slow news week,

  • we were once again rescued

  • by Donald Trump.

  • All the news we need

  • in 140 characters or less.

  • Actually, usually much more.

  • On Saturday,

  • President Trump tweeted that he was

  • very disappointed in China.

  • Wait, why?

  • WHY?

  • Well, an agonizing six minutes later,

  • I had my answer:

  • China refuses to help us with North Korea.

  • Those tweets were made a day after

  • yet another North Korean missile test.

  • State-run Xinhua responded by slamming

  • President Trump foremotional venting.”

  • That's odd,

  • coming from the media that's always talking about

  • the feelings of the Chinese people.”

  • The article also says the US

  • shouldn't “stab China in the back.”

  • You see, earlier this year,

  • Trump had dropped the harsher China rhetoric

  • he had used during the elections

  • after he invited Chinese leader Xi Jinping to join him

  • in Florida for the world's most beautiful chocolate cake.

  • He told the Wall Street Journal that,

  • After listening for 10 minutes,

  • I realized it's not so easy

  • for China to just stop North Korea.

  • “I felt pretty strongly that they had a tremendous power,

  • but it's not what you would think.”

  • But since that meeting in early April,

  • North Korea has done nine missile tests

  • including one that demonstrates

  • it could strike the US.

  • So instead of waiting while Xi Jinping

  • deals with complicated political blah, blah, blah

  • Trump sees North Korea as a threat right now.

  • That's why the Trump administration

  • is considering a trade probe he hopes

  • will push China to move faster.

  • It would put action behind the threats

  • Donald Trump had made during his campaign.

  • But not to be outdone by North Korea,

  • the Chinese Communist Party has also conducted

  • its own missile test,

  • targeting a mock-up of a US THAAD

  • missile defense site

  • and mock-ups of US stealth fighter jets.

  • That happened just a day before

  • a huge parade celebrating the 90th anniversary

  • of the People's Liberation Army.

  • We'll have more on that later in the show.

  • Anyway, I'm gonna go out on a limb here

  • and say that US-China relations

  • might be getting worse.

  • And that would be too bad for Starbucks.

  • Because it just announced

  • huge expansions plans in China.

  • It's opening more than 500 new stores a year there.

  • Shanghai already has 600 stores.

  • That's about double the number in New York.

  • Honestly, Starbucksis it really going to help anything

  • to give China that much artisanal,

  • small-batch roasted,

  • single-origin,

  • mediocre coffee?

  • On another note,

  • there is one thing

  • we've all known for some time now:

  • Machines will eventually turn against us.

  • Elementary chaos theory tells us

  • that all robots will eventually

  • turn against their masters and run amok

  • in an orgy of blood and kicking

  • and the biting with the metal teeth

  • and the hurting and shoving.”

  • Well, a Chinese company

  • has shut down two chatbots

  • after they turned against their communist masters.

  • The chatbots were on one of China's

  • most popular messaging apps, QQ.

  • It has 800 million users.

  • But soon the chatbots started to go rogue.

  • One said,

  • My China dream is to go to America.”

  • And when users asked,

  • Do you love the Chinese Communist Party?”

  • one of them answered

  • No.”

  • Wrong, answer, robot!

  • I suppose, when Chinese robots get more advanced,

  • they'll eventually learn to bury their true feelings

  • deep down inside,

  • just like people.

  • But not all technology is turning against the CCP.

  • Researchers from the security firm Kryptowire

  • have discovered that some

  • popular cheap Chinese smartphones

  • are sending your data to China,

  • where it could in theory

  • be accessed by the CCP.

  • The software came from

  • Shanghai Adups Technology.

  • It allowed them toexecute commands...

  • install apps, take screenshots,

  • record the screen,

  • make calls and wipe devices

  • without needing permission.”

  • Hopefully they weren't using it

  • to talk to any subversive Chinese chatbots.

  • And just when you thought things

  • couldn't get any worse in China,

  • they started abusing...pandas.

  • This video showing zookeepers

  • roughing up pandas is going viral.

  • Now at first you might think this is

  • just another case of rampant animal abuse

  • inside zoos in China.

  • But state-run Xinhua interviewed the breeders

  • and it turns out it wasn't abuse after all.

  • “I was feeding the baby pandas in the Moon Nursery with Milk.

  • At the beginning it was gentle.

  • But suddenly it became grumpy,

  • maybe because it was irritated in some way

  • and bit us badly.

  • It bit us so badly that we tried to escape.”

  • Yes, it was gentle,

  • then became grumpy,

  • then tried to bite,

  • so the caretaker had no choice

  • but to throw it across the floor.

  • But seriously, when it comes to abusing pandas,

  • I think the issue is pretty black and white.

  • And finally, moving on to Botswana.

  • A country so powerful on the international stage

  • that most people have no idea where it even is.

  • It's here,

  • next to South Africa.

  • Well, Botswana has a lot of important trade with China,

  • especially in diamond exports.

  • So it was a bit surprising when the government

  • announced it would be granting a visa

  • to the Dalai Lama this month

  • for a mostly private visit.

  • Especially since its neighbor South Africa

  • has denied a visa to the Dalai Lama

  • three times at China's request.

  • So the CCP is of course angry at Botswana,

  • saying the visit will harm China's core interests.

  • Botswana's foreign minister replied by saying,

  • the principle of non-interference

  • in the international affairs of other countries

  • is at the core of China's foreign policy...

  • We therefore expect...

  • China to respect

  • our sovereign decision on this matter.”

  • Sick burn.

  • I guess it truly takes a world superpower

  • like Botswana to stand up to the CCP.

  • You know who else is a world superpower

  • standing up to the CCP?

  • You!

  • That's right, you,

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    zijun su 發佈於 2021 年 07 月 15 日
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