Editor Of China's Global Times Taunts US Farmers: "Wait For A Trade Deal Before Getting Bigger Tractors"
China -- Non-intervention by nations in the internal affairs of others is fundamental international law.
A small band of anti-government protesters, their numbers diminished by surrenders and failed escape attempts, remained holed up at a Hong Kong university early Wednesday as they braced for the endgame in a police siege of the campus.
Throughout the world, the media televise weekly reports on the protests in Hong Kong. Developments have remained highly visible, courtesy of regular demonstrations that take place like clockwork, every weekend in the business district of the city.
Recent protests in Hong Kong, along with the resulting fall out from international corporations questioned for their relationships with mainland China, has placed a renewed focus on the authoritarianism of the Chinese Communist Party.
It's like something out of a movie.
About 100 anti-government protesters remained holed up at a Hong Kong university Tuesday, their choices dwindling along with their food supplies as they braced for the endgame in a police siege of the campus that entered its third day.
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Hong Kong -- Months of violence and chaos in Hong Kong have US dirty hands all over them.
China -- Major Sino/US differences have nothing to do with trade. They have everything to do with China's growing political, economic, financial, and military might bipartisan US dark forces want undermined.
... of Hong Kong university after worst night of violence saw petrol bombs hurled at officers, building set ablaze and home-made gas canister bombs spotted
The last few days have seen scenes of utter carnage appearing on social media round the world as Hong Kong authorities (with the 'generous support' of the PLA) have fought with students at various universities.
As the AP reports, local police charged demonstrators at Hong Kong Polytechnic University early Monday in a bid to end a lengthy standoff with protesters who had occupied the campus for a week, even though the local police later denied they had, in f
Fewer than five years after China said it had finally ended the controversial practice of involuntary organ "donations", research published this week found a disturbing pattern in the data on organ transplants that China submits to international regu
Internal Chinese government documents obtained by The New York Times have revealed new details on the origins and execution of China's mass detention of as many as one million Uighurs, Kazakhs and other predominantly Muslim minorities in the Xinjia