Yes, I can, but I believe this is not a common case since not all users have a firewall in their home.
However, all my home connections (INCOMING and OUTGOING ones) are controlled and filtered by a firewall. I'm using Endian Firewall community version, which is like the best known IP-Cop or PFsense.
Well, starting from Feb, 10th, my firewall starts to DROP every INCOMING/OUTGOING packages FROM/TO Xiaomi Singapore servers (13.228.253.xx) like the firewall's log below:
Feb 11 07:06:13 firewall-home ulogd: OUTGOINGFW:DROP:1 IN=br2 OUT=eth1 MAC=xxxxxx SRC=192.168.2.28 DST=220.127.116.11 LEN=44 TOS=00 PREC=0x00 TTL=254 ID=9 PROTO=TCP SPT=49153 DPT=80 SEQ=6509 ACK=0 WINDOW=14000 SYN URGP=0 MARK=2800
I don't know why, because previously I don't have that issue, most probably, the Singapore servers goes to UrlFilter Blacklist Engine handled by ClamAV. They was considered malicious and then every traffic was dropped.
Well, this is the "short" story, and the funny thing is that only Singapore were blocked, The Mainland China had no DROPs at all