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A large number of ordinary people in Beijing joined the “White Paper Revolution”

A large number of ordinary people in Beijing joined the “White Paper Revolution”

Police cars, patrols and a network of surveillance cameras, coupled with biting winds, appeared to temporarily halt a new wave of protests in Beijing yesterday as the “white paper” movement…

Demonstrations broke out at Foxconn’s Gigafactory in Zhengzhou

Demonstrations broke out at Foxconn’s Gigafactory in Zhengzhou

Video footage has gone viral showing a worker demonstration at a Foxconn factory in Zhengzhou, China, which is the world’s largest manufacturing base for Apple phones. Zhengzhou yesterday announced “liquidity…

The epidemic has surged in many places in China

The epidemic has surged in many places in China

Just a week after the northern Chinese city of Shijiazhuang announced that residents would no longer have to show a negative certificate to take public transport for the novel coronavirus,…

Hong Kong Former Attorney general’s husband fined $150 million for violating competition laws

Hong Kong Former Attorney general’s husband fined $150 million for violating competition laws

A company controlled by Poon Lok-to, the husband of the former Secretary for Justice, Cheng Yeu-wah, admitted to conspiring to set prices for air conditioning projects with a major electrical…

Trading volumes in Hong Kong’s foreign exchange market slowed

Trading volumes in Hong Kong’s foreign exchange market slowed

The challenge to Hong Kong’s International standing comes as the Bank for International Settlements, or BIS, reports that the city is the world’s fourth-largest foreign exchange market by value, The…

Hong Kong’s rule of law ranking has dropped out of the world’s top 20

Hong Kong’s rule of law ranking has dropped out of the world’s top 20

The rule of law is one of the cornerstones of Hong Kong’s success in differentiating itself from China, but the latest Global rule of Law Index shows Hong Kong dropped…

A “rare” delay in China’s third-quarter GDP

A “rare” delay in China’s third-quarter GDP

China’s statistics bureau abruptly postponed the release of third-quarter data on Tuesday, without giving a reason. The move is rare because the data were released on time despite such poor…

Hong Kong Chief Executive Li Ka-chao has received mixed reviews on his first 100 days in office

Hong Kong Chief Executive Li Ka-chao has received mixed reviews on his first 100 days in office

Hong Kong Chief Executive Li Ka-chiu will mark his 100th day in office on October 8 after taking office on July 1. In the past three months, he and his…

Under the dual pressure of the epidemic and customs clearance, Hong Kong’s economic situation is worrying.

Under the dual pressure of the epidemic and customs clearance, Hong Kong’s economic situation is worrying.

The economic situation in Hong Kong, which is still suffering from the pandemic and customs clearance problems, may be worse than expected at the beginning of the year. Paul Chan,…

China accuses NSA of Hacking Northwestern Polytechnical University

China accuses NSA of Hacking Northwestern Polytechnical University

China on Monday accused the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) of carrying out a cyber attack and stealing data from China’s Northwestern Polytechnical University. Northwestern Polytechnical University has close ties…

India and China take part in military exercise hosted by Russia

India and China take part in military exercise hosted by Russia

India and China took part in a military exercise codenamed Vostok-2022 hosted by Russia on September 1. India’s participation in Russian-led military exercises while the war in Ukraine is ongoing…

UN human rights report: China responsible for ‘serious human rights violations’ in Xinjiang

UN human rights report: China responsible for ‘serious human rights violations’ in Xinjiang

The United Nations has accused China of “serious human rights violations” in a long-awaited report on allegations of abuses in Xinjiang. China had asked the United Nations not to release…

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