The first story is not new. Predictions that China's economic growth is due for a "crash" (if you wanna be dramatic), or a "correction" (if you prefer to be less alarmist) has been circulating. As early as 2009, according to the first article.
And here we are, 10 years down the road. And China is still humming along.
Sure, maybe the tune is a little less jaunty, and the beat is a little slower, but China is not crashing.
The point is pointing out the structural weakness and faults cracking China's economy is all well and good. But if you want to make money, you need your prediction to be more precise. Or it is still just luck.]