Saturday, May 15, 2021

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The Australian Consulate-General in Hong Kong Elizabeth Ward: ‘We Have Done What We Can Do’

After the Hong Kong National Security Law was enacted, many countries opened their doors to citizens of Hong Kong. Elizabeth Ward, the Australian Consul-General...

Canadian Men Detained in China Face Trial

Beijing is showing no sign of softness for two Canadian men detained in the country. There was hope that diplomacy could lead to the...

US, EU Imposing Sanctions Over China’s Uyghur Abuses

The United States joined the European Union, Britain, Canada, and New Zealand on March 22 to impose sanctions on several Chinese officials for human...

Lithuania Blocks Chinese Scanning Equipment on National Security Grounds

It appears that China’s ambition of emerging as an Asian superpower has hit a stumbling block. After Australia opted to export their coal to...

Chinese Investment in Australia Plunged by Over 60 Percent in 2020 as Trade War Rages

One of the worst forms of an economic war waged by nations against each other is a trade war. With each nation coming up...

Communist Chinese Takeover of Hong Kong’s Legislative Council Nearly Complete

The Sino-British Joint Declaration signed on December 19, 1984, allowed Hong Kong to maintain its existing systems and lifestyle, which was ratified by Beijing...

The Greatest Man in British History

In 2002, the BBC conducted a nationwide poll of the British people to determine the greatest Briton in history. It was no surprise that...

Study Proves Link Between Political Bias and Social Tie Formation on Twitter

Twitter users are three times more likely to follow back the accounts of strangers if they share the same political bias, according to a...

Chinese Man Who Lost Father to Coronavirus Calls on WHO Experts Not to Be ‘Tool to Spread Lies’

A Chinese man who lost his father to the coronavirus has called upon the World Health Organization-led (WHO) team visiting the city of Wuhan...

Hong Kong Leader Says She Has Piles of Cash at Home After US Sanctions

In early August, the Trump administration blacklisted 11 officials from China and Hong Kong for their roles in eroding the autonomy of Hong Kong....

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