New trend in China: ‘do-nothing’ approach; Linkedin blocks some content access in China

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New trend in China: ‘do-nothing’ approach; Linkedin blocks some content access in China​



LinkedIn makes some user content inaccessible within China. The professional social network says the new policy aims to respect local legal requirements. China’s young people are taking up a new attitude toward life: the do-nothing approach. It was born out of a desire not to be slaves to their paychecks, but Chinese authorities are trying to nip it in the bud. A former Huawei director is on trial in Poland. He and a Polish cybersecurity expert allegedly spied for Beijing. This trial could be a significant hit for the Chinese telecom gear company Huawei in the European market. Hungary is protesting plans to open a Chinese university campus in the country. To make its stance clear, Budapest is renaming streets near the university. Giving them titles like: “Free Hong Kong Road,” “Uyghur Martyrs’ Road,” or after Tibetan leader the Dalai Lama. And 15 wild elephants in China have trekked more than 300 miles, and they’re not stopping yet. But just where are they headed?