History suggests an answer as to when China might quash Taiwan and if it will embark on a wider conflict involving the United States, Japan, and other nations.
The pro-democracy group behind Hong Kong’s annual July 1 rally and the famous street protests of 2019 has announced it is disbanding.
No one had imagined that the Chinese Communist Party would be willing to destroy an entire industry with abrupt policy changes.
Hong Kong police charged four former Apple Daily journalists with collusion weeks after the paper closed because government officials froze its assets.
In Western universities and board rooms, souls are cheap. But Jimmy Lai’s is not.
The death of Apple Daily marks the end of Hong Kong’s free press, and the west must ask: is it wise to continue empowering the CCP’s destruction?
Hong Kong’s last pro-democracy newspaper, Apple Daily, may close later this week following a crackdown on press freedoms by the city’s Beijing-appointed government.
The legislation rejected by Democrats also sought to apply sanctions to businesses involved with the creation or providing of technology or assistance for mass surveillance in Xinjiang.
Sports Insider, an online betting platform, put together a geotagged map and found that LeBron James scored lowest in favorability in 24 of the 50 states.
A Hong Kong court sentenced Jimmy Lai to jail on Friday for organizing and participating in a 2019 protest against Beijing.
For the first time in 50 years, the Academy Awards ceremony will not be aired in Hong Kong. TVB, the Read Full Article >
Once one of the world’s most free and open places, Hong Kong is becoming an authoritarian state. Its decline should terrify the West.
Apple continues to carry Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube on its App Store, all of which have been the platform for Antifa to broadcast violence.
Over these past few weeks, Apple has experienced something it isn’t used to: bad PR in the wake of essentially banning popular social media app Parler from its phones without publicly providing any truthful explanation.
The United States should consider providing an unlimited number of special visas for carefully vetted Uighurs, dissidents, and targeted religious minorities.
It’s gross that the Times and other outlets effectively carry out Chinese information operations. But maybe we should appreciate the inadvertent candor.
Wednesday morning, Chinese police arrested dozens of pro-democracy politicians in Hong Kong who orchestrated the city’s opposition movement.
In May, two Chinese nuns at the Vatican mission in Hong Kong were arrested by Beijing authorities on a visit home to the Hebei province.
As the Georgia runoff election approaches, questions continue about Democratic Senate candidate Jon Ossoff’s views on and connections to communist China.
History shows totalitarian regimes fall when brave people rise up. As the future of Hong Kong, time is on the side of Joshua Wong, Agnes Chow, and Ivan Lam.
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