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South China Sea: Philippine military discovers ‘illegal’ structures on reef

(STL.News) The Philippine military on Thursday said that it has spotted “illegal” structures being built in the Union Banks in the South China Sea’s Spratly Islands. Wikipedia – China/Philippine relations…

More work needed to rule out COVID lab leak theory says WHO

(STL.News) The head of the World Health Organization (WHO) says further investigation is needed to conclusively rule out a theory that Covid-19 emerged from a laboratory in China. Tedros Adhanom…

United States pulls up China on Uighurs abuse

(STL.News) Pulling up China on its abuse of Uighurs Muslims in Xinjiang, Washington has now condemned China’s baseless sanctions against US Officials. ?

World News Alert: Philippines accuses China of swarming presence

(STL.News) In a retaliatory move, the Philippine military is sending light fighter aircraft to fly over hundreds of Chinese vessel stations in the South China sea‘s disputed waters. ?

Top US Admiral speaks on China’s growing influence

(STL.News) Friday is the date when the quad summit is scheduled to happen.  The summit is also being seen as Beijing’s bid to restore the world order. Wikipedia – China/US…

Beijing set to overhaul Hong Kong’s electoral system

(STL.News) China’s Parliament is expected to approve on Thursday (March 11) a resolution that will reduce democratic representation in Hong Kong institutions and vet any candidates for “patriotism.” China correspondent…

Senegal: Opposition leader set to appear in court

SENEGAL (STL.News) Detained Senegalese opposition leader Ousmane Sonko will appear in court Monday, with his supporters urged to “massively descend onto the streets” for a new round of protests against…

Chinese Coast Guard activity in East China Sea – Alarming

EAST CHINA SEA (STL.News) China, over its territorial disputes, has increased the Chinese activity in the East China sea.  Tensions have risen in the region after the Chinese intrusion. ?

China removes Hong Kong’s fundamental structure from new draft

(STL.News) China has laid out a draft of reforms discussed in the biggest political meeting of the year.  The three terms that form the basic structure of Hong Kong’s politics…

New evidence of China moving Uighur minority workers

New evidence of China moving Uighur minority workers to uproot communities (STL.News) A BBC investigation has found evidence that China’s policy of transferring hundreds of thousands of Uighurs and other…

China: manufacturing growth slows – third month in February

(STL.News) #China?’s factory output grew at the slowest pace in February since its post-lockdown recovery began last May.  The Caixin Manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI), which gives an independent snapshot…

T. Rowe Price Opens Investment Research Office In Shanghai

T. Rowe Price Opens Investment Research Office In Shanghai To Strengthen Coverage Of Chinese Securities (STL.News) T. Rowe Price Group, Inc. (NASDAQ-GS: TROW) announced that effective today it has opened…

China: What’s happening with Uighurs in China?

(STL.News) Human rights groups say the Chinese are committing horrific crimes against Uighurs. The UN has raised the alarm.  The US and Canada have called it genocide. But China has…

EU demands China allow ‘meaningful access’ to Xinjiang region

(STL.News) After the United Kingdom, the European Union has now demanded access to the Xinjian region for human rights observers.  EU has urged China to allow an investigation into the…

Indian Army Chief – the disengagement a ‘win-win situation’

(STL.News) Indian Army Chief General Manoj Naravane has made a statement after the Eastern Ladakh border’s disengagement process.  He called the disengagement process a ‘win-win situation. Wikipedia – China/India relations…

China: 7 suspects detained for insulting PLA

China: 7 people detained for insulting PLA – Social Media Crackdown – Galwan Valley (STL.News) In just 24 hours of the webspace crackdown on bloggers.  Today, China went on to…

WHO to probe origins through contact tracing in China

(STL.News) A WHO panel to demand extensive contact tracing of the first patient of coronavirus in Wuhan will help find the origins of the COVID-19.  The panel also demanded contact…

Taiwan hints at Chinese pressure behind stalled vaccine deal

(STL.News) The deal for Taiwan to buy 5 million doses of a COVID-19 vaccine developed by Germany’s BioNTech is on hold.  Taiwan’s health minister has hinted at potential Chinese pressure…

China expands control over Digital realm

(STL.News) China has stepped up cyberspace administration with new rules for users.  Starting next week, the country will require bloggers and influencers to have a government-approved credential before they can…