A social media frenzy surrounding rumors of a China coup has erupted over the past 48 hours

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Observers have questioned the reason behind the cancellation of over 9000 flights across China’s mainland, along with the suspension of bus and train services

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One of the first mentions of the rumored China coup, came from the mysterious Chinese-language, @5xyxh Twitter which has over 70,000 followers

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Asia Market previously pointed, Xi Jinping is more vulnerable than many think with the 20th National Congress of the Chinese Communist Party under three weeks away

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Two former ministers were sentenced to death and four officials were sent to life in jail last week in China

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Xi is facing an increasingly angry middle class as the nation’s property sector collapses and residents grow more and more frustrated by China’s harsh COVID-zero strategy

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The powerful Typhoon Muifa made landfall over China last week and many parts of eastern China are now faced with widespread flooding damaging infrastructure

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The Communist Party is running an anti-corruption campaign, and is believed that six were opponents of the Jinping

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